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Hankook Kinergy Eco K425 – your affordable summer tyres
Whether you are looking for summer or all season tyres, the giga-tyres.ie store has it all. In particular, we invite you to take a closer look at the Hankook Kinergy Eco K425 wheels. These incredibly sports summer tyres will match your driving style, while being a fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly, economical choice at the same time. The increased grip and precise handling make these wheels a great option for your passenger car. Keep in mind that these quality wheels by the Hankook Tire Co. have no problem going as fast as 240 kilometres an hour while keeping you safe on the road.
Hankook Tire Co. – tyres from South Korea
Hankook Tire Co. is a tyre maker from South Korea, which produced passenger car and truck tyres in addition to motorbike tyres. 4x4 tyres are also offered. 21,000 employees are working for the company that is based in Seoul. In 1941, Hankook was founded, although the company was still called Chosun Tire Industrial at that point in time. In 2003, the tyre brands Michelin and Hankook formed a strategic alliance. Moreover, this tyre brand has been supplying OEM tyres for car manufacturers such as BMW, VW, Volvo, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Daihatsu, Kia, General Motors and even Mercedes. In 2007, this South Korean tyre producer finally became the seventh largest tyre producer worldwide.