Maxxis M922F tubeless tires are built with specialized compound technology that makes them lightweight, which the company claims reduces energy consumption by 5-10% and thus improves the operational range of an electric vehicle. .
New M922F tire is suitable for 12 inch wheels and is backed by Maxxis 5 + 1 unconditional warranty
Maxxis India has launched a new range of tires that are said to have been exclusively designed for Indian electric two-wheelers. Dubbed the Maxxis M922F, the new line of tubeless tires are built with specialized compound technology that makes them lightweight. The company says the new compound reduces energy consumption by 5-10%, which could help improve the operational range of an electric vehicle. The new M922F is suitable for 12 inch wheels, and while the front tire is a 90/90 section unit, the rear one is a 120/70 section unit.
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Commenting on the launch of the Maxxis M922F, Bing-Lin Wu, Marketing Manager of Maxxis India, said: “This is our first step towards contributing to the Indian government’s Clean India mission. We are extremely pleased to have developed these unique tires, specially designed for electric two-wheelers in the Indian market. The electric two-wheeler industry is on a growth path and will experience exponential growth over the next few years. Maxxis is a world leader in production of tires for alternative fuel vehicle technology. With our specialized technical know-how, we believe these tires will be best suited to Indian topography. “
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Maxxis claims the new tires feature circumferential grooves and side grooves that work together to provide better grip. In addition, the tires have a larger contact patch, ensuring more stability, while the company claims that it also delivers smooth performance on wet roads and dry terrain. In addition, the new M922F will also come with Maxxis’ 5 + 1 Unconditional Warranty, a no-questions-asked offer that applies to all unusable and unrepairable tires.
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