CEAT launches the X3 series tyres for trucks in India
Leading Indian tyre manufacturer CEAT Ltd today, announced the launch of its new and highly durable X3 series catering to the truck tyre segment in India. The CEAT X3 series has been tested and proven to reduce overall cost of operation of a fleet operator. The series contains five different products namely WinLoad X3-D, WinMile X3-D, WinSuper X3-D, Mile XL X3-R and Rock Max X3.
CEAT X3 series is specifically designed to address the demand for durable and cost effective tyres. The series consists of three radial tyres and two bias tyres with each tyre having its own specialty. The WinLoad X3-D (10R20) provides failure free life in highly stressful conditions, the WinMile X3-D (10R20) helps you earn with every kilometer you run, the WinSuper X3-D (10R20) helps you navigate seamlessly across different terrains, the Mile XL X3-R(10.00 20) is the coolest running tyre with a proposition of a longer life and the Rock Max X3(10.00 20) offers strong grip and life in toughest of conditions.
The Tyres were launched at a gala event in Mumbai by Mr. Arnab Banerjee, Chief Operating Officer, CEAT Ltd
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Amit Tolani, Vice-President, Marketing, CEAT Ltd said, "We are pleased to announce the launch of our new range of truck tyres, CEAT X3 series in India. With this, we hope to create a new benchmark in the truck radial space. With India's growing infrastructure creating demand for tyres that run at higher speeds, higher loads and lower cost of running; CEAT's X3 range fulfills this demand with higher mileage, higher loadability and provides high cost efficiency."
CEAT X3 series tyres are now available with authorized CEAT Shoppes, CEAT Truck Service Hubs, and CEAT dealers across the country
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