Apollo has just launched the Amazer 4G Life tyre that promises to last for as much as a 1,00,000 kms at a stretch and has been developed for various mid-size and utility vehicles in the Indian passenger car market.

Apollo Amazer 4G Life
The Amazer 4G Life offers immense durability

Apollo Tyres has introduced a high-mileage car tyre called the Amazer 4G Life for the Indian passenger car market. Developed jointly by Apollo’s global research and development centres in Chennai, India and Enschede and Netherlands for those customers who seek high longevity from their vehicle’s tyres, the Amazer 4G Life can run up to 1,00,000 kms and beyond according to the company. This has been made possible thanks to the excellent cut and puncture resistance that comes with superior grip, also ensuring minimum noise.

The new tyre is offered with two years of unconditional warranty and it is available in five different sizes to suit the needs of different classes of vehicles. These tyres will only be retailed through Apollo Zones/Points, which is the company’s range of premium branded outlets and also through many other select dealers across the country. The Amazer 4G Life targets many compact cars, mid-size cars and MUVs as well including the Maruti Suzuki Swift and Swift DZire, Toyota Etios, Tata Indigo, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Honda City, Toyota Innova, Honda Amaze and the Honda Mobilio.

The new tyre has been launched after conducting extensive market research of 2-3 years to analyse the need for such a product. It features what the company calls the next generation tread compound and six-layered protection that enables high durability. Its robust buttress area also decreases the chances of punctures and pinholes. The Amazer 4G Life has been designed in a way to have an equal pressure distribution on the road thereby resulting in even tread wear and tear. The different sizes available are as follows:

  • 165/65 R14 79 T
  • 165/80 R14 85 T
  • 175/65 R14 82 T
  • 185/65 R15 88 T
  • 205/65 R15 94 T
Apollo Tyre Chennai Unit
Apollo’s previous launch was a Manchester United branded tyre