The Bridgestone Turanza ER300 II RFT is a summer touring tire built for passenger vehicles. This model has great wet and dry weather traction and is resistant to hydroplaning, but is not suited for lower temperatures. It was manufactured with run flat technology, meaning it can support the vehicle’s weight for 50 miles after the loss of air pressure, providing temporary mobility. The model is fuel-efficient, offering lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions with its reduced rolling resistance. The Turanza ER300 II RFT has a longer lasting tread life and it provides a road noise free drive.
Run Flat Tire
After the loss of air pressure, the tire offers temporary mobility for 50 miles at up to 50 mph due to the run flat technology.
The tire’s special compound helps reduce the rolling resistance, which in turn lowers the fuel usage and CO2 emissions.
The dry and wet weather traction and road grip are due to the special tread pattern, but it will not perform well in winter.
The circumferential grooves in the tread pattern help prevent dangerous hydroplaning by dispersing water from the footprint.
The road noise is reduced while driving, as the tread pattern helps channel the airwaves to cancel out any sound, providing a quiet drive.
Longer Lasting Tread
The driving force is evenly distributed on the tire’s road contact surface, resisting irregular wear and extending the tread life.