PT Elangperdana Tyre Industry started in producing its first tire in year 1996. Accelera product range is from High Performance Passenger Car Radial Tire, Light Truck Radial Tire as well as Light Truck to Truck and Buses Conventional Tires. The Accelera tyre brand is a high perfromance tyre that has been created through leading technology procducing tyres that offer maximum speed with a great safety performance. Accelera has exported as well to over 50 countries around the world.
- ALPHA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $56.96 (ea)$56.96
- AT - All Season / All TerrainAcceleraStarting at: $89.40 (ea)$89.40
- BETA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $45.08 (ea)$45.08
- DELTA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $74.85 (ea)$74.85
- ECO PLUSH - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $45.08 (ea)$45.08
- EPSILON - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $49.08 (ea)$49.08
- IOTA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $84.44 (ea)$84.44
- PHI - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $65.24 (ea)$65.24
- SIGMA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $71.19 (ea)$71.19
- PHI-R - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $84.62 (ea)$84.62
- ZETA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $121.80 (ea)$121.80
- ACCELERA - Summer / PerformanceAcceleraStarting at: $46.13 (ea)$46.13
There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.
| Posted by Gary A | (Toney, AL)
These tires I ordered were already mounted and balanced on the rims I purchased also. Everything was ready in a great amount of time. Soon as they arrived I installed the rims and tires on the car. I was simple as they had done all the hard work for me. These tires provide a smooth ride and quiet. I would recommend these to anyone.
| Posted by James | (Nevada City, CA)
I also put Acceleras on my new 16" horseshoe alloys and can confirm the comments. There is a slight increase in tire noise, but I've put this down to the extra width rather than the tires themselves. It remains to be seen how they perform over time - I've done about 500 miles since fitting them.
| Posted by Susan | (North Lauderdale, FL)
I have experience with these tires. The rubber is extremely hard, not very good if you're enthusiastic in your driving. This is when some people would argue that you get relatively good treadwear for little money. Personally, I like to have a tire that I know will get me out of trouble in sticky situations.
| Posted by Min | (Blackwood, NJ)
To be fair, I think the Acceleras have done over twice as far as my last premium set and cost about 40% of the price. Very pleased with them over their life and I'll be putting a new pair on the front.
| Posted by Dave | (Manitowoc, WI)
I fully expected them to be rubbish but I've got a few thousand miles on them now and have noticed little if any difference. It's been torrential rain here last few days, and even ploughing through standing water at speed they have kept their composure. So far as I'm concerned at under half price, the performance is probably only 5 to 10% under the Pirellis and more than acceptable. I'm with the OP, good solid tire - my local fitting center rated them also and said they have several budget brands they don't like but Accelera isn't one of them. Their verdict is it's a good tire at a very good price!
| Posted by Joe | (Saint Cloud, MN)
Just had 4 Acceleras put on my Brera. Driven from Cheshire to Coventry and back over the weekend on them and they have been totally fine. I am yet to drive in the wet on them, but so far in the dry they have more than held their own against the Bridgestone Potenzas that were on before.
| Posted by Rod | (Browns Mills, NJ)
Accelera 255/45 R20s are working just fine on my Charger. 2 new ones were fitted on the front when I purchased the car and have done 2200 miles in them since. Had the tracking reset to avoid so much of the dreaded inside treadwear and it's been happy days all the way. Great grip in both wet and dry and run quietly too. Make sure you keep them at 2.7 bar front and 2.5 rear though.
| Posted by Steven | (Lloydminster, SK)
In over a year, my Acceleras have never let me down in any conditions (including an emergency stop on a damp road) and lasted over twice as long as the "premiums". That is fact, not opinion or hearsay.