Lexus LFA Tires

About Lexus LFA Tires

The Lexus LFA is the most famous Japanese supercar up-to-date. It has only two seats for a driver and passenger to feel racing speed, handling and enormous acceleration. Japanese sports cars are truly the best in the world due to their price/power/quality ratio! The LFA body was designed for the extreme downforce and high aerodynamics characteristics. Thanks to all body, chassis, engine and transmission modifications the Lexus LFA can easily reach 200 mph with further hard braking if it is needed.

High speed is exciting but dangerous! To feel yourself confident behind your steering wheel, you need to be sure of all systems and parts of your vehicle to work for safety and durability. Japanese engineers have a huge experience in making fast and totally safe cars and the LFA is a great example! Only few tire brands make proper tires for that speed, acceleration and braking the Lexus can give. Among them are Pirelli, Bridgestone and Nexen - true speed conquerors! Their products will give you 100% of handling, perfect cornering and stability in different weather and road conditions. At CARiD.com you can easily find performance, all-season, winter or summer Lexus LFA tires at affordable prices!

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