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The Ecopia EP422 is an environmentally-conscious all-season tire from Bridgestone.

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Pros

maintains good traction in wet weather

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good resistance to hydroplaning through deep puddles

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responsive handling, turns start as soon as the driver turns the wheel

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going around curves is stable and controlled

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good fuel efficiency on average due to light weight

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minimal noise level on the highway

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Cons

tend to sink right into snow, loose traction almost completely

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The Ecopia EP422 is an environmentally-conscious all-season tire from Bridgestone that offers an alternative to the other models in the Ecopia series, including the EP100 summer tire. Implementing a number of eco-friendly technologies developed to help reduce environmental emissions, this model aims to attract small car drivers that want to reduce their ecological footprint. Comprised largely of recycled ground rubber, the EP422 features Dunlop's NanoPro technology which claims to maximize fuel-efficiency and rolling resistance while minimizing CO2 production. The sidewall of the tire is made up of Fuel Saver compound, which helps to reduce heat levels at high speeds and returns energy to the tread area. This area includes circumferential grooves that help to channel and redirect excess water in wet conditions, preventing potential hazards like slipping, sliding and hydroplaning. In addition, the EP422 contains a silica compound that provides additional traction in all environments. 

Features
  • Optimized for dry, wet, and light snow all-season conditions
  • Suitable for coupes, sedans and other small cars
  • Environmentally-conscious model
  • NanoPro technology
  • Fuel Saver sidewall compound
  • Silica compound
  • Circumferential grooves
  • Made of recycled ground rubber
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Anonymous
03/13/2012 09:33

does anyboby sell fusion tires anymore

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