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Ceat GRIPP XL 90/90 - 19 Tubeless 52 P Front Two-Wheeler Tyre

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CEAT GRIPP XL 90/90 - 19 Tubeless 52 P Front Two-Wheeler Tyre

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Compatible Vehicles :
Bullet, Classic, Impulse, Royal Enfield Classic

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Excellent Dry & Wet Grip
Excellent Braking
Highly Stable

Description for Ceat GRIPP XL 90/90 - 19 Tubeless 52 P Front Two-Wheeler Tyre

Product Description:

Gripp XL is a tyre pattern released by CEAT which is designed to conquer roads and no –roads terrains with absolute ease. The angular block pattern infused with wide grooves and uniform block arrangement result in better traction as the blocks act like teeth and grip any surface. The enhanced groove width ensures better water channelling and hence better wet grip. Gripp XL tyres offer excellent dry and wet grip on all terrain without compromising on the tyre life ride comfort.

Features & Benefits

  • Supreme traction on all roads and no roads is assured thanks to the one of a kind tread pattern which drains water efficiently to provide confident grip even on wet road surfaces.
  • Ceat’s smart utilization of tread compounds allows the rider to experience handling with agility on the tarmac.
  • The unique tyre composition along with the tread pattern allocated helps absorb bumps and humps on the road surface and provide a comfortable ride.
  • Ceat’s Gripp XL renders a good and long tyre life without compromising on the traction.

Load Index
52
Speed Rating
P
Construction Type
Nylon
Position
Front
Warranty Summary
6 Years Manufacturer warranty
Tubeless
Tubeless
Category
Two-Wheeler Tyre
Width
90
Profile
90
Rim
19
Size
90/90 19
Vehicle Models
Bullet, Classic, Impulse, Royal Enfield Classic
Grip
Excellent Dry & Wet Grip
Braking
Excellent Braking
Stability
Highly Stable

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Customer Reviews for Ceat GRIPP XL 90 90 19 Tubeless Front Two Wheeler Tyre


Clintan on 07/02/2019