Why Choose Dunlop
Dunlop provides a wide range of high performance and ultra high performance tyres to meet the needs of driving enthusiasts. Each tyre is designed to deliver unsurpassed performance and handling, ensuring that drivers get the best possible enjoyment out of their drive in all road conditions. If you are a petrol head then this is the brand for you.
The manufacturers ethos of taking innovation and technology from the race track to the road has attracted partnerships from the likes of Mercedes AMG, Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Audi, Jaguar, Volkswagen and Chrysler just to name a few.
On the road Dunlop’s high and ultra-high performance tyres have received recommendations and test wins from Auto Express, Which, Auto Bild and ADAC.
Dunlop invented the pneumatic tyre in 1888 and have been driving innovation ever since. Dunlop tyres have won races and prizes, but most importantly, they’ve given generations of drivers standards they can rely on.
What Dunlop does best
Having started out by inventing pneumatic tyres, Dunlop continually raise the bar on driving performance. The connection between the driver and the road is sensational, due to several smart tyre technologies developed over the years. What makes their tyres give users the power to drive with confidence, is their conviction that the more you feel the road, the more exciting the drive. Therefore, every innovation Dunlop introduces is based on improving road feedback.
Dunlop is dedicated to those who love driving. That’s why Dunlop is a performance brand and takes technology from the race track to the road.
The lower a tyre's rolling resistance, the less fuel you will use and in turn your vehicle will create less CO2. Over a distance of 625 miles a vehicle with 'A' rated tyres will use 6 litres less fuel than a vehicle with 'G' rated tyres. So over the life of a tyre, the difference in fuel costs can really add up and have a real effect on the cost of your motoring.
The Wet Grip grading is all about how well the tyre performs in wet conditions. The rating of your tyre makes a big difference to your ability to stop quickly in tricky conditions. If you brake from 50mph on a wet road, then a vehicle with 'A' rated tyres will stop 18m sooner than a vehicle with 'G' rated tyres. If you have to stop suddenly on the road, the wet grip rating of your tyre is critical in determining whether you stop in time or not.
The amount of noise a tyre makes is measured using sound waves, with one wave being the quietest and a tyre rated at three sound waves making the most noise. A decibel rating is also given, the higher the number, the louder the tyre. The external noise rating on a tyre label tells you how a tyre rates in line with future mandatory European legislation. One wave gives the best performance, three is the worst. In fact three waves is the current limit while two meets future legislation limit requirements.
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Our top picks of Dunlop tyres
|Tyre||Conditions||Vehicle||Fuel efficiency||Wet grip||Noise emissions||Size|
|SP Sport Fast Response||summer||Car||B - F||A - E||67 - 71 db||14″ - 17″|
|SP SportMaxx RT 2||summer||Car||A - E||A - C||66 - 71 db||17″ - 21″|
|SP Sportmaxx RT||summer||Car||A - F||A - C||65 - 71 db||16″ - 22″|
|SP Winter Sport 5||winter||Car||B - E||A - E||68 - 73 db||15″ - 20″|
|Sport BluResponse||summer||Car||A - E||A - C||66 - 70 db||14″ - 17″|