CEAT Zoom RAD Limited Edition

March 6, 2020 0 By The Editor

One of the leading Indian tyre manufacturers CEAT Ltd launched CEAT Zoom RAD Limited Edition tubeless tyres. These tyres are available in three sidewall colours:

  • Blue
  • Orange
  • Blue and Orange

These special edition tyres are launched on the colourful occasion of Holi. The tyres are compatible with and available for sports bikes such as Yamaha FZ, Yamaha Fazer, Suzuki Gixxer and Suzuki Intruder.

 

 

Zoom RAD (Blue)

 

Zoom RAD (orange)

The CEAT Zoom RAD Limited Edition tubeless tyres will be available in Motorcycle Radials. By doing so, making this category of tyres more exciting and engaging to the consumers. It is exclusively designed with wide shoulder grooves and high rubber content. This is for providing for an outstanding cornering ability, good grip, smooth and stable trouble-free ride along with long tyre life. The colourful new tyres are exclusively available in CEAT Shoppes.

 

Get the full list of CEAT shoppes on www.ceat.com.

Mr Amit Tolani, Chief Marketing Officer, CEAT Ltd said, “We drew inspiration from Holi – a festival of colours to launch the limited edition tyres. With our messaging ‘Express Yourself’, consumers get a chance to represent themselves with colours. Our vision is to make mobility safer and smarter with each day and CEAT’s Zoom RAD tyres are designed keeping in mind the customer preferences of excellent control, stability and a trouble-free ride.”

 

About Ceat Tyres

Founded in 1958, CEAT is one of India’s leading tyre brands and the flagship company of the RPG GROUP . Driven by the purpose of helping the world move safely and smartly, CEAT provides world-class products and services across 100+ countries. Currently, they have a wide range of tyres for:

  • Scooter
  • Bike
  • 3-Wheeler
  • Car
  • Bus
  • LCV
  • Truck
  • Tractor

 

 

Click on the link below to read our take on the Ceat Zoom Rad tyres:

https://motolethe.in/the-radial-squadron-long-term-review-ceat-tyres/

Ceat Zoom Rad The “Radial Squadron” – long term review