Toyo Tires introduces Celsius Cargo all-weather tire

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Toyo Tire has revealed its Celsius Cargo all-weather commercial grade tire, designed for commercial vans and light trucks. The Celsius Cargo’s construction is intended for year-round reliability in applications including local deliveries, services and transportation, according to Toyo Tire.

This is the latest addition in the Toyo Celsius all-weather tire line, which includes Celsius for passenger cars and Celsius CUV for CUVs and SUVs.

Toyo Tire says that the Celsius Cargo is intended to provide better snow and ice traction than a typical all-season tire, and longer tread life than a winter tire. It carries the Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake symbol, signifying the tire is designed for use in severe snow conditions. To owners, these benefits mean more time on the job and less downtime switching tires.

The all-weather tread design features an outside tread designed for all-season performance and an inside tread designed for winter traction. A circumferential rib and lower void ratio on the outside tread maximizes wet and dry performance. Zigzag-shaped tread blocks with high sipe density, snow claws and slush grooves on the inside tread evacuate snow and ice to maximize cold weather traction. A durable sidewall provides extra protection against curb damage, and its sturdy casing provides exceptional handling and stability during frequent stops and starts.

“With an emphasis on year-round convenience and winter weather safety, we are excited to add the Celsius Cargo to the already popular Celsius product line,” said Conrad Galamgam, Toyo Tire USA Corp. “Our newest tire complements our proven Celsius and Celsius CUV tires by offering popular fitments for a variety of commercial vans and light trucks.”

The new Celsius Cargo all-weather commercial tire is available now in three fitments, including the Ford Transit 150/250/350 and Ford F-250/350 Super Duty. An additional 10 sizes in 16-18in wheel diameters will be released in September.

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