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Maxxis Tyres wins the 2020 4x4 Australia Tyre Test

Updated: January 17, 2020, 11:02 AM IST

The Maxxis RAZR MT772 has taken out top spot in the 4X4 Australia 2020 Tyre Test, making Maxxis the winner of this prestigious test for the second consecutive year.

Maxxis competed with major tyre companies in the test like Bridgestone, Kumho, BF Goodrich, Sunwide. The test was done on mud terrains which is the most serious of the off road tyres for serious adventures. Each tyre was put through wet and dry braking assessments, whereby the car is on the maximum braking from 100 km/hr to a standstill. The test determined how MaxxisRazr made least compromises on road.

The test was conducted at Pheasant Wood Circuit, south of Sydney and Ford Everest was also a part of it. The test was done on dry and wet braking, dry and wet cornering. Price was also one of the factors in computing the final score.

Commenting on the win, Mr. Bing-Lin Wu, Marketing Head, Maxxis India, said, "Maxxis has time and again proved its metal in performance and safety with respect to quality in world toughest terrains. In 2020 4x4 Australia Tyre Test, Maxxis outshone as one of the leading tyre companies in the world. We have achieved the top position twice in a row and this is the testimony of our product superiority over other products. The test result proves that MaxxisRazr provides excellent stability on diverse terrains and superior comfort to the riders across different terrains."

Maxxis is Original supplier of ATV tyres to Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Polaris and KTM.

In addition, Maxxis will be the title sponsor of both 'Best in the Deserts' new Triple Crown races and the series' 'legendary Casey Folks Vegas to Reno'. The company is expanding its business worldwide and is planning to set up more plants in countries like India to increase its production in the market.

DISCLAIMER: This information is published as per the press release sent to us. It has not been verified or ratified by OVERDRIVE.

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