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Bridgestone Dueler HP tyres-fitted to new Mercedes-GLC SUV – Etyres

Bridgestone Dueler HP tyres

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Bridgestone Dueler HP tyres

Bridgestone Dueler HP tyres have been chosen by Daimler for the 2015 worldwide launch of the second-generation Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV. The luxury mid-sized SUV leaves the factory fitted with Dueler H/P Sport tyres in four sizes across the model range.

Bridgestone tyres have done a deal. With the giant Mercedes-Benz organisation. Hence,  to fit their Bridgestone  tyres. Thus, onto the new GLC SUV mid-sized SUV car.

As you would probably noticed. Of course, all the big tyres companies. Are fitted as new original equipment tyres.

Because of  the tyre quality. Has been previously tested and proven and it is very rare that any problems would occur, when the cars go out into the open market.

This is not always true. Hence, as there have been some major tyre problems on some 4X4 vehicles. Especially,  in the USA in recent times. I believe that Firestone(now owned by Bridgestone). Had issues on some Ford vehicles. Therefore, with tyre treads lifting. But in general, the tyres supplied are of excellent quality. Thus,  and fit for purpose.

The tyres are provided to the car makers at knock-down prices from the factory gates. This is because the percentage of drivers that will buy the same replacement tyres is very high. We find that the newer the car is the more likely that the driver will replace the tyre with the same tyres and this is where the tyre manufacturers make their profits. Tyres sold to the replacement market are more expensive and more profitable than when they are sold to the car companies.

Bridgestone Dueler HP tyres

Also, we find that the customers who buy the Mercedes and BMW’s are better of or use them as company cars. When the Dueler HP tyres were fitted to the Mercedes, need replacing then they will be superseded by the Bridgestone Dueler HP tyres, a same match. This is simply because the first time owners can afford to buy the most expensive tyres.

The second and third owners of the cars will probably go for a cheaper tyre brand or a mid-range brand, such as Apollo Tyres or Yokohama tyres.!2fP+Sport