The Mirage AT MR-172 265/65 R17 is a multipurpose all-terrain light truck tyre. It has been engineered to deliver high mileage. Mirage MR AT-172 Performs best in on road and off road driving conditions. The Mirage AT MR-172 265/65 R17 has an aggressive tread design. Its aggressive tread delivers excellent wet and dry traction. It also offers even tread wear hence longer tread life is achieved.
The Mirage AT MR-172 265/65 R17 is a tyre developed with an advanced tread pattern and compound which offer a long tread life.
It employs a variable pitch tread design. This variable pitch design significantly reduces noise and provides a quiet ride. Its optimized profile provides even wear and classic style.
Its aggressive tread design brings improved traction in mud, snow and wet conditions.
Cornering and Braking
A stable tread block design provides better traction and improves cornering and braking in all weather conditions. Mirage AT MR-172 265/65 R17 Lateral sipes also help in improving mud snow and wet qualities.
Mirage AT MR-172 265/65 R17 has high density circumferential zig zag grooves. These grooves drain water to reduce hydroplaning on wet roads. Cut and Chip resistant technology used in its tread compound reduces cutting and chipping.
Vehicles with 265/65 R17 Tyre Size
Mirage MR-172 265/65 R17 is Original Equipment sized Tyre for Toyota Fortuner 2013 – 2017, Toyota Hilux Revo, Toyota Prado 2003 – 2011, Toyota Vigo Thai.
What does 265/65 R17 mean?
265/65 R17 is the tyre size.
265 is the maximum width of the tyre in millimeters(mm). When the vehicle is fully loaded its width can expand maximum upto 265 millimeters(mm).
65 is the ratio among width and height of the tyre from its rim. it means that the height of the tyre is precisely 65% of the 265mm. Lower ratio improves road grip, but it reduces comfort to some extent.
R – refers to the method the tyre is produced. The letter “R” is found on all modern car tyres. It indicates the radial structure of tyre cosntructed with steel wires.
17 represents the diameter of the rim. It is a measurement in inches(“). This number should be remembered as it is the measurement of the rims. It has to match exactly to what is mentioned in the car manual.