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CEAT launches Milaze X3 range of tyres, claims 1 lakh km range

CEAT Milaze X3 tyres are suitable for small cars, hatchbacks and entry-level sedans and are available in 12- to 15-inch size.

By: | Published: September 19, 2017 10:32 AM

CEAT Milaze tyre

Tyre maker CEAT has launched the new Milaze X3 tyres and claims that it offers high fuel-efficiency and lasts for over 1 lakh kilometres. The new range Milaze X3 tyre uses wear resistant compound that makes it durable and has a longer tyre life. The new tyre is suitable for small car, hatchback and entry-level sedans and will be available in all metro cities. The company will also launch this new range in tier I and II cities soon. The CEAT Milaze X3 tyres are available in sizes, 12-inch to 15-inch for the front as well as the rear wheel.

Some of the features of the new CEAT Milaze X3 tyre are its new tread compound, optimised shoulder depth and rigid shoulder blocks that provide longer tyre life as well as safer driving experience. The Milaze X3 tyre also ensures better load distribution for improved driving comfort and safety. CEAT bets that this new range can last to up to 1 lakh kilometres and also claims better grip on the roads. The higher groove depth, on the other hand, provides high resistance.

Commenting on the launch of tyres, Nitish Bajaj, CEAT Vice President -Marketing, said, β€œIt has been our continuous endeavour 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. Milaze X3 is one such product which pushes the boundaries of tyre mileage. At CEAT, we strive hard to make travel more efficient for customers by reducing the cost and time of travel with improved convenience.”

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