Designed for use on coupes, sedans, minivans, and CUVs, the Aplus A608 is an all season tire that offers drivers solid handling and cornering performance.
A silica based tread compound enhances grip on wet roads while also lowering rolling resistance to improve fuel efficiency, and the A608's optimized design and asymmetric tread pattern reduce road noises for a quiet, comfortable ride.
Features & Benefits
- Designed for use in coupes, sedans, minivans, and CUVs
- Built with a silica based tread compound that enhances grip on wet roads and reduces rolling resistance to improve fuel efficiency
- Asymmetric tread pattern boosts handling and cornering performance
- Optimized design reduces road noises for a quiet, comfortable ride
Category: All Season
Like their name suggest, all season tires are designed to give drivers performance year-round. All-season tires often provide strong performance in dry and wet conditions, and suitable traction and grip in wintery weather.Like their name suggest, all season tires are designed to give drivers performance year-round. All-season tires often provide strong performance in dry and wet conditions, and suitable traction and grip in wintery weather.
Passenger tires are some of the most common tires you'll find on the roads today, and frequently used on coupes, sedans, hatchbacks, minivans, and other passenger vehicles. Passenger tires are available in a wide variety of types, such as all-season, winter, and ultra-high-performance.
This product is not covered by a manufacturer’s treadlife warranty.
Max Speed: 130mph (H rated)
Maximum speed capability to safely carry a load for an extended period of time.
Load Range: SL
The maximum load carrying strength at the specified inflation pressure, also known as ply rating
Load Index: 84 (1102 lbs)
The maximum carrying capacity for a tire determined by the manufacturer
Standards that measure treadwear, temperature resistance and traction, example: "640 A A". The 640 is the treadwear test and it lasted 6.4 times longer than the comparison tire tested against. The first "A" is the traction rating using straight-line wet traction on test surfaces (see information tables tab) and the second "A" is the temperature rating by testing operation at high speeds without heat-related failure (see information tables tab)
Low Rolling Resistance: Present
Low rolling resistance tires are designed to reduce the energy loss as a tire rolls, decreasing the required rolling effort, improving vehicle fuel efficiency
The side of the tire between the tread and rim, with cosmetic branding as well as information about the tire including manufacturer, model, size, etc.
Part Number: 1AP825H1
An identifier of a particular tire line and size combination assigned by the tire manufacturer.
Inflation Pressure: 44 psi
The highest inflation pressure (measured in pounds of force per square inch, PSI) the tire is designed to contain, and should only be used when called for by the vehicle placard
Tread Depth: 7.3/32nds
Measured in 32nds of an inch, this metric shows how much tread life is left on a tire, with the tire's traction & stopping capabilities greatly diminished at 4/32nds and less. Tire manufacturers include "tire wear bars" at 2/32nds to indicate when your tire is worn out