Ceat Launches Industry-First High Mileage ‘Milaze X3’ Tyre In India

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Indian tyre manufacturer Ceat has launched its industry-first tyre range, the 'Milaze X3' boasting superior longevity that will last for more than one lakh kilometers.

The new generation wear resistant compound in Milaze X3 ensures superior durability that gives a longer tyre life. The tyres are available in the size of 12-inch to 15-inch (rim diameter) for front and rear.

Ceat Launches Industry-First High Mileage ‘Milaze X3’ Tyre In India

In line with Ceat's vision of making mobility safer and smarter every day, 'Milaze X3' is the best-in-class high mileage tyre suitable to small car, hatchback and entry-level sedan. The tyre will be available in all metro cities followed by tier I and II cities.

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    The 'Milaze X3' features new-generation tread compound, optimised shoulder depth, rigid shoulder blocks that gives longer tyre life and ensures safer driving experience. The higher groove depth of tyres also provides high resistance. It is the only tyre which lasts up to one lakh kilometers with better stability and stronger grip on the roads.

    Ceat Launches Industry-First High Mileage ‘Milaze X3’ Tyre In India

    Nitish Bajaj, Ceat Vice President - Marketing, said, "It has been our continuous endeavor to launch new tyres in the industry that can make mobility safer and smarter every day for customers. While introducing new products and services, we focus on innovation quotient that can provide more value to our customers and benefit society and the environment."

    Ceat Launches Industry-First High Mileage ‘Milaze X3’ Tyre In India

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    The Ceat Milaze X3 is a tyre designed to last long and also provide superior performance. The tyre is made out of new-generation tread compound which ensures a safe driving experience. Good tyres are an important factor in safety and performance of a vehicle.

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    Story first published: Tuesday, September 19, 2017, 9:28 [IST]

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