CEAT Anmol Rib – Tyre Review
The Anmol Rib has been one of the sturdiest tyres to be launched from the reliable stable of CEAT. The three-wheeler and light commercial vehicle tyre promise strength, durability and high tread life.
The tyre uses a unique and hardwearing rubber compound that offers excellent rigidity against road undulations under any weather conditions.
In addition to the extended tread life, the CEAT Anmol Rib also ensures a heavy load-carrying ability for the day-to-day last-mile commute.
The various vital aspects that make Anmol Rib champion in its segment consist of:
Enduring rubber compound and structure
The use of a unique and durable rubber compound enables the improved life of the tyre. The reinforced bias belt ply construction makes the tyre run a high number of miles against rival tyre in its segment. Moreover, rigid carcass and solid-built shoulders provide required firmness to absorb roadside challenges and handle heavy-duty transportation of bulky goods easily.
High-Strength tread pattern
The tread features four circumferential grooves across the tread area. The wave-inspired design is made for better grip under dry and superior water channelling during rainy setups. The tyre is devised to offer excellent handling and drivability on the city roads as well as on straight routes.
Available size and tyre layout
The CEAT Anmol Rib tyre offered in tube type layout, while the sizes comprise of 4.50-10.
The Anmol Rib comes with an unconditional warranty of 2.5 years alongside 2.5 years of standard manufacturer warranty.
Under the three-wheeler range, the CEAT Anmol tyre can be fitted to Mahindra Alfa, Piaggio Ape, Bajaj Maxima, TVS King, Tata Ace Zip, Mahindra Jeeto and others.
The CEAT Anmol gets the speed rating of J, which notifies its highest speed as 100 km/hr. And its load index reads 88 signifying the maximum prescribed load of 560 kg. The economically priced Anmol Rib comes within the price range of Rs 2000-2500 approx.