FOR BETTER GRIP, SAFETY AND PEACE OF MIND.

WINTER WHEELS AT BARRETTS BMW, KENT


Winter driving can be a challenge with unpredictable weather, but driving your BMW is still a pleasure with our range of specially designed winter products.

As the temperature dips to 7°C and below, standard tyres harden and no longer provide optimum adhesion, compromising performance when accelerating, braking and cornering. Switching to BMW Winter Tyres for the colder months not only increases safety but, since they wear more slowly than standard tyres in low temperatures, they last longer and provide cost-effective winter motoring, as well as year-round driving pleasure.

Why change to winter tyres?

  • 50% quicker to stop on snow/ice.
  • 10% quicker to stop on wet roads.
  • More efficient driving and wear on tyres.
  • Improved acceleration.
  • Increased safety for temperatures below 7 degrees Celsius.
  • Summer tyre storage and swap for just £86.30.

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V SPOKE 411 BLACK

£1,470​*

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V SPOKE 656

£1,110​*

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V SPOKE 646​

£2,380.04*

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V SPOKE 594

£2,700*

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TURBINE 487

£2,000*

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V SPOKE 618

£2,460*

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*Recommended retail price (RRP) is based on a set of four wheels and tyres including VAT, but excludes fitting. Model exclusions apply.



EU TYRE LABELS.

Since 1 November 2012, all tyres sold within the EU are labelled to denote compliance with EU standards. You should pay extra care when purchasing car tyres as the EU Tyre Label will help to make the comparison between various makes easier to understand.


Fuel Efficiency: ‘A’ is the highest performance tyre and ‘G’ is the lowest. The higher the performance means the less the rolling resistance, less fuel is consumed and there are lower Co2 emissions.

Wet grip: An ‘A’ classification means your tyres have the highest wet grip performance. ‘G’ indicates a lower wet grip performance. The better the wet grip, the shorter the braking distance in wet conditions.

Noise emissions: The tyre label specifies the level of external rolling noise in decibels, measured as one, two or three sound waves. One black wave on the label indicates the optimum noise level performance (the quietest) and that it is within the legal limit.