MOMO Tires Announces New All-Season Tire Lineup

Momo Tires Announces New All-Season Tire Lineup

Momo Tires, a manufacturer of ultra high-performance tires, will expand its tire lineup to include seven new all-season designs and introduce a new compound specifically formulated for the North American market at the 2018 SEMA Show.

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Momo Tires’ new all-season lineup.

Momo Tires, a manufacturer of ultra high-performance tires, road wheels, racing safety equipment and tuning accessories, will expand its tire lineup to include seven new all-season designs and will introduce a new compound specifically formulated for the North American market.

Distributed and marketed in more than 60 countries, Momo launched in the North American market in late 2017 and has invested heavily in developing a new line of tires in the all-season and truck segments.

The company has engineered an advanced all-season tread compound, Tempo Metereologico Flex (TMF) Technology, a new silica-enriched, rubber polymer compound that allows for increased range expansion of the operating temperatures. This allows the tread compound to remain flexible under a wider range of climate conditions, enabling year-round driving. It also allows for superior tread life and enhanced rolling resistance for improved fuel mileage over previous generations. The seven new products include the flagship Toprun M30 ultra high-performance all-season and the 4Run M4 true all-season. It also includes two, new light truck products: the Forcerun M8 HT, an all-season highway performer; and Momo’s first snowflake rated all-terrain, the M-Trail M8 AT, engineered with an enhanced tread pattern design to improve traction and lateral grip, while the deep siping and grooves disperse water and debris during inclement conditions, promoting year-round driving confidence, Momo says.

The new products are available now and most come with an up-to 50,000-mile limited warranty. Momo Tires now has 14 total patterns in seven segments to support their national dealer network, the company says.

“With the addition of the new 2018 line, Momo Tires now has over 400 part numbers dedicated to servicing the North American market and growing market coverage from 2017 to 2018 by nearly 40%,” said Henrique Cisneros, chairman of the Momo automotive group. “Momo Tires is extremely aggressive about expanding the lineup and will continue to focus on expanding the ultra high performance market in 2019.” Debuting at the 2018 SEMA Show, MOMO’s newest offerings will be showcased in booth #46063 in the Lower South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Momo Tires includes most segments of passenger car and light truck tires including summer UHP, UHP all-season, winter, and all-terrain. New Momo all-season tires include the Toprun M30, Outrun M3, 4Run M4, Outrun M2, A-Lusion M9, Forcerun M8 HT and the M-Trail M8 AT

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