Tyreworx New Lynn
Phone: +64 9 827 4086
Tyres Brands: Nexen, Pirelli, Toyo Tires, Nankang, GT Radial, Yokohama, Goodyear, Hankook, Michelin.
Address: 12 Crum Avenue, New Lynn, Auckland.
New Lynn is a residential suburb west of the urban area of Auckland. The city centre is transforming the remodelling of industrial land and still dominated by the shopping centre suburban, LynnMal. One of the major public transportation exchanges connects West Auckland with other parts of the city by rail and bus. Its population is about 20,000 inhabitants.
About Tyreworx New Lynn
TYREWORX is a leading company, made up of independent tyre retailers in New Zealand
It is an organization that has different owners, but all of them retain their image and essence, and it is fully owned by each distributor, who have their own stores.
As each store is independent, they can offer different products and services to suit your needs. These include roof repairs; sale of batteries; wheel alignments; supply, adjustment and balancing of tires; sales of alloy wheels; suspension repairs and upgrades, among others.
They work with an excellent range of tyres brands, and they include TOYO, NANKANG, YOKOHAMA, GT RADIAL, MICHELIN, PIRELLI, GOODYEAR and HANKOOK.
The owner of the tyre shop runs each store, but they maintain their identity and image, and above all the quality of care and service in the same way, so that their customers choose them in any Tyreworx store they go to, even if it is not from the same owner.
If you are looking to have your vehicle in excellent condition, do not hesitate to contact the Tyreworx team today to meet them and get a free quote according to what you are looking for!
New Lynn is a residential suburb in Auckland, New Zealand.
New Lynn is located towards the west of the Auckland urban area, 10 kilometres to the southwest of the Auckland city centre. The former boundary between Waitakere City and Auckland City lay at the eastern edge of the suburb. Suburbs surrounding New Lynn include Blockhouse Bay, Avondale, Titirangi and Green Bay.
▷ GT Radial
GT Radial Tyres History
GT Radial Company was founded in 1951 in Indonesia. They started out as a small bicycle tire factory and have now grown into the largest tire manufacturer in Southeast Asia. Globally, GT Radial is ranked among the top 10 tire manufacturers.
This brand stands out for its value for money and for a design designed to always respond to consumer demands. Thanks to this, the manufacturer has collaborated with brands such as Pirelli, BF Goodrich or Yokohama. But the one who was finally seduced by GT Radial was Michelin: the French company bought a good part of GT Radial’s shares in 2005.
Currently, they offer a wide range of tires for all types of vehicles, passenger cars, vans, trucks and heavy buses, exported to more than 100 countries around the world.
The most prominent and successful models that it currently has in the touring range are the SportActive and FE1City.
In the case of the SportActive (and SportActive XL), it should be noted that it has been specifically designed for sports vehicles. With these rubbers, maneuverability, durability and especially resistance to hydroplaning are considerably increased. It is manufactured at Giti’s R&D centre in Hannover, Germany and, in the construction of the carcass, uses a technology that guarantees optimal contact of the tire on the road, thus achieving immediate grip and wear of the homogeneous tread throughout its life. For this, work has been done on distributing the pressure within the tire footprint and increasing the balance in the rigidity of the casings.
As for the FE1 City, it is a model designed for urban use and available in 13 to 16-inch wheels and with H, T and V speed indices. This tyre model has an updated tread compound, which provides exceptional mileage and great safety on all surfaces and more so on wet surfaces”, according to GT Radial. He also adds that “the construction of the carcass has considerably reduced the weight of the tire and has optimized the distribution of pressure, which considerably lengthens its useful life”.
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