Avon Tyres is a leading tire manufacturer in Europe and has been in business since 1885. Avon Tyres are manufactured in England. They began making automobile tires in 1901. In 1933, Avon was selected as the original equipment tire of choice for Rolls Royce cars. Avon tires are also fitted as original equipment to other British cars such as Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar and Land Rover. Avon achieved notoriety in 1981 when they began producing racing tires. In 1997, Avon was acquired by Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.

Avon tires are divided into several categories, including light truck/suv, performance passenger models, original equipment models and competition models.

The Avon Ranger model is an all-season light truck tire intended for SUVs, pickups and vans. They combine light truck capability with passenger tire control. These tires are designed for primary use on-road, rather than off-road. A twin steel belt body gives strength and a comfortable ride.

Avon's Tech M500 line is an ultra high performance summer tire. This line is intended to give great handling and control to sports cars, sports coupes and performance sedans. While not intended for snow use, this line of tires delivers great performance on both dry and wet roads.

The Avon Tech R-A line of tires is a specialty line intended for racing only. Fit them to your sports car, coupe or sedan for outstanding performance autocrossing, on the track or road racing. With a wide variety of tire widths, these racing tires can be fitted to narrow wheels utilized in Stock classes.

Avon Tech ST tires are a cost-effective line of tires for pickups, SUVs and sport activity vehicles. They perform well in dry or wet road conditions and in light snow.

All Avon tires carry a 2/32" or 12 month replacement warranty against tread defects. Check the internet for a Cooper-Avon tire dealer near you.

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