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Giti Tire USA has introduced the GT Radial Adventuro AT3 in North America for light truck/SUV drivers who desire “a comfortable on-road ride with off-road capabilities in mud, sand and snow,” the tiremaker said.

Backed by a 50,000-mile limited tread wear warranty (for P-metric sizes only), the tire is available in 20 R, S and T speed-rated sizes covering 15- to 20-inch wheel diameters.

The tire features an optimized contour and construction that helps absorb impact shock and vibration from the road; a tread pattern comprised of five pitches with different dimensions to reduce pattern noise; two longitudinal grooves that cross through angled lateral grooves to evacuate water efficiently; an S-shaped central rib for grip on soft surfaces; and interlaced grooves and sipes for off-road handling, according to the company.

Other features include a jointless nylon cap ply to stabilize the tire for greater control; a durable polyester carcass that maintains the tread profile and minimizes deformation; and a single strand bead wire for improved bead uniformity and durability, the tiremaker added.

“We’re excited to introduce the new Adventuro AT3,” said David Shelton, marketing director for Giti Tire USA. “Engineered to deliver the benefits consumers expect from an on- and off-road tire, the Adventuro AT3 will be well accepted by dealers and their customers.”

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