Tyres, one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of two & three
wheeler tyres and off-highway tyres in India, announced the launch of two new
scooter tyre patterns ‘Jumbo-XT’ and ‘Pancer-II’ across the country.
has been designed with cutting-edge technology and has a new bold, rugged block
type tread design which provides excellent grip. The tyre also features a
unique parallel groove design, which helps in expelling water quickly and
provide better grip in wet conditions. To provide better grip while cornering,
Jumbo-XT has a rounded shoulder profile.
features a new aligned block type design and groove channels, which improves
stability, delivering firm grip in wet as well as dry conditions while
improving the overall mileage. The pattern has been designed to enhance water
dispersion quickly enabling better riding during wet conditions.
Vijayaraghavan, Director, TVS Srichakra Ltd, said, “We are proud to announce the
launch of Jumbo-XT and Pancer-II scooter tyre patterns. We believe the scooter
segment in India is one of the primary drivers of growth in the domestic
two-wheeler market and has witnessed a strong demand in the urban, semi-urban
and rural areas across the country. Jumbo-XT and Pancer-II are technologically
superior products with highest quality standards and have been tested
rigorously to suit the varying road conditions.”
Jumbo-XT and Pancer-II will be available in 90/100 -10 53J TL sizes. The new
scooter tyre patterns will be widely available across all cities and towns in
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