Apollo Tyres now offers five additional tyre sizes of the dual-branded Apollo-Manchester United range, in reinforcing the brand’s commitment to offer a broader range of the high quality tyres to football fans (presumably only to MUFC loyalists) in Malaysia.

(From left) Denis Irwin, former Manchester United defender, Lau Den Nee, Group Manager of Apollo Tyres Malaysia, Victor Siew, Divisional Head Malaysia of Apollo Tyres Malaysia, David May, former  Manchester United defender, and Dwight Yorke, former Manchester United striker.

To meet the consumer’s demands, the Apollo-Manchester United range is now made available in these sizes:

  • 195 55 R15
  • 205 55 R16
  • 215 55 R17
  • 245 45 R18
  • 265 65 R17

“These five new sizes were developed based on the success of our debut 15-inch variant which was introduced almost three years ago. With this tyre range, drivers will not only experience a quieter drive, superior handling in the dry and wet but will also get to show off the Manchester United logo on their tyre’s sidewall,” said Shubhro Ghosh, Group Head, ASEAN & Middle East region, Apollo Tyres Ltd.

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Posted by Apollo Tyres Malaysia on Friday, 30 March 2018

In addition, the company continues to provide a 1-Year Unconditional Warranty (UCW) for the entire passenger car tyre range – covering all kinds of tyre damages such as accidental tyre damage or impact breaks for a peace of mind. This complements the existing 5-year basic manufacturer’s warranty.

Commenting on the UCW offer, Ghosh added, “Our Malaysian consumers are very important to us. Since starting operations in Malaysia, back in 2016, we have established our distribution channel throughout Malaysia that would allow our business partners to deliver our tyres right to the customer’s door step.

The extended range of Apollo-Manchester United tyres are now available at all authorised Apollo dealers nationwide.

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