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Tires are one of the road safety features any driver must focus on. The right tires offer stability, performance and comfort on the road. Have all your tires needs met by CARiD, a leading company that deals with vehicle parts and accessories. The company brings you extensive collections of tires for your Land Rover Freelander. CARiD’s collections of tires are high end from brands such as Achilles, BF Goodrich, Bridgestone and Dunlop among others. They are designed using sophisticated technology and materials like high-fabrics, steel and compound chemicals. Land Rover Freelander tires include the All Season summer and winter tires. They are then sub-divided into All-terrain, Performance and Eco categories. Summer tires are suitable for use in seasons of high temperature; winter tires work perfectly well in low temperatures and have improved traction in ice, while the all-season tires can be used in all types of weather.

Examples of tires available at CARiD for your Land Rover Freelander include the Achilles Desert Hawk H/T, a type of summer, performance tire. It’s designed to give you comfortable rides on tough terrain. Its unique features include improved water channeling, reduced noise, wheel protection and increased traction on wet roads. The tires are designed for high performance. Another type of tires that could work well with your car is the BF Goodrich Winter Slalom KSI a performance tire for the winter. It’s designed with the ability to get you wherever you want to go during the harshest of weather conditions. Its features include perfect traction in extreme winter conditions. And these are only two examples of the many Freelander tires available. Enjoy the goodness of shopping with the best by exploring the various types of tires available at CARiD, which is fully staffed with friendly experts to help you identify the right choice of tires for your Land Rover.

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Average rating:  4.5  4.5 - 6 reviews
5 of 5
Great Tires
Great tires. Looks nice and drives really smooth all around. Worth the price.
Posted by Anil Sukhram (Brooklyn Park, MN) / June 10, 20182010 Infiniti G37
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