The Maxxis M922F tyres are designed and made exclusively for Indian electric two-wheelers.
Maxxis India, one of the rapidly growing tyre companies in the country, has launched an all-new exclusive range of electric two-wheeler tyres named Maxxis M922F. These M922F tyres are tubeless and can be shoed to the 12-inch tyres of popular electric two-wheeler models in India.
The M922F tyres are built with an exceptional specialized compound technology and are light in weight to reduce energy consumption by 5-10%. The lightweight characteristic of this tyre enhances the operational range of an electric two-wheeler.
This M922F offered with an industry-best 5+1 unconditional warranty by Maxxis. This unconditional warranty is a ‘no-questions-asked’ offer and it applies to all the unserviceable as well as unrepairable tyres.
Mr. Bing-Lin Wu, Marketing Head, Maxxis India, expressed his delight during the launch. He stated that the M922F tyre is the Maxxis’ first step towards contributing to the Government of India’s Clean India Mission. He stated that the company is extremely glad to have built these unique tyres, which are dedicatedly crafted for the electric two-wheeler in India. He also added that the electric two-wheeler industry is on a growth trajectory and will see exponential growth in the coming few years. Mr. Bing-Lin Wu also pointed at Maxxis being a world leader in manufacturing tyres for the alternate fuel vehicle technology. He added that with Maxxis’ specialised technical know-how, they feel that the M922F tyres will be best suited for Indian topography.
The tread of Maxxis M922F tyre has circumferential grooves along with lateral ones that work in sync to offer a commendable road grip. Also, it ensures smoother rides on both wet roads and well-paved terrains. Since this tyre has a larger contact patch, it lasts longer because the tread wear is minimized to a greater extent.
Specifications of Maxxis M922F Electric Two-Wheeler Tyres
The rim size of the Maxxis M922F tyres is 12-inches.
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