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Tigar Syneris
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Tigar Prima
Tigar Syneris
  • Rigid and solid shoulders
  • Excellent holding in turns
  • Good steering accuracy
 Fuel Efficiency
GRADE E
 Wet Grip Performance
GRADE C
 Noise Levels
71 dB
Labelling information relates to the following tyre size 205/55/16
Tigar Sigura
  • Directional tread patterns
  • Wide longitudinal groove
  • High sipe density
  • Rigid tread blocks on the shoulders
 Fuel Efficiency
GRADE F
 Wet Grip Performance
GRADE C
 Noise Levels
68 dB
Labelling information relates to the following tyre size 205/60/16
Tigar Prima
  • Directional tread patterns
  • Wide longitudinal grooves
  • Wide transversal grooves
 Fuel Efficiency
GRADE F
 Wet Grip Performance
GRADE C
 Noise Levels
71 dB
Labelling information relates to the following tyre size 205/55/16

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Why Choose Tigar Car Tyres

Providing value for money and increased durability.

Tigar tyres have become a popular choice for drivers across the globe who are looking for a tyre that offers them both fantastic value for money and a great level of durability, particularly in Europe. The tyres are manufactured specifically with the continent's weather conditions in mind, which means they are top performers on roads across Europe.

Tigar manufactures tyres for cars, vans and 4X4 vehicles, and its brand is one that has become synonymous with high quality at affordable prices. Modern technology used means that the tyres offer drivers a very smooth ride quality and durability that means the tyres are long-lasting and reliable.

Our most popular Tigar tyres

Tigar Prima - The perfect tyre for use over the summer months, the Tiger Prima is a range built to suit European roads. Although they should not be used in winter, their high performance and excellent value for money make them a great choice for small family cars. Well known for reliability and safety, they have a symmetrical tyre tread which increases contact with the road and greatly increases handling. This also gives great speed stability for cornering and strong protection against the risk of aquaplaning in the wetter weather. 

Tigar Sigura - Best for compact cars and city driving, the Sigura is a tyre which makes use of a directional tread pattern to maximise safety. It is best used in the summer months, but also offers fantastic protection against the danger of aquaplaning thanks to the tread pattern and improved grooves and sipes on the tyres. Available in 13 and 14-inch tyres, it also reduces noise and rolling issues. For a low price point, the tyre represents fantastic value for money, and is a favourite for city drivers who drive short distances and have low mileage in the summer.

Tigar Syneris - The largest of the Tigar range of tyres, the Syneris comes in both 16 and 17 inches. It is more suited to sports-style driving, thanks to the one-directional arrow tread it carries, and it focuses mainly on reliability and safety. Smaller central blocks on the tyre mean it gives drivers a smoother ride and improved traction on the surface, while wide shoulder blocks withstand high cornering to provide a stable ride for motorists.

Supplying drivers with the right tyres at ATS Euromaster

ATS Euromaster are proud to provide Tigar tyres throughout the UK at our service centres. For more information on available tyre ranges, use the 'Find Your Tyres' section of our website, or visit a service centre, where our experts will help select the right tyre for your vehicle and ensure that they are fitted correctly. 

About Tigar

Tigar as a company was first formed in Pirot Serbia as long ago as 1935. Its early years saw it founded as a rubber workshop for the manufacturing of general rubber products and footwear. However, Michelin, one of the world's largest tyre manufacturers, became the majority shareholder in 2007, before spending $47 million to become the 100 per cent owner in 2010.

In October of this year, Michelin opened a new Tigar plant at the company's factory at a cost of €215 million with plans for this to house an additional 500 employees over time.

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