Goodyear Tires Selected for New Dodge Nitro

Goodyear Tires Selected for New Dodge Nitro

The 2007 Dodge Nitro will roll into dealer showrooms later this year in three different models, and all of them exclusively on Goodyear tires. The Nitro is the first mid-size SUV for Dodge, and is recognized for its distinctive style, sporty performance and cargo flexibility. It features five-passenger seating and a slide-out cargo floor for extra flexibility.

The 2007 Dodge Nitro will roll into dealer showrooms later this year in three different models, and all of them exclusively on Goodyear tires.

The Nitro is the first mid-size SUV for Dodge, and is recognized for its distinctive style, sporty performance and cargo flexibility. It features five-passenger seating and a slide-out cargo floor for extra flexibility.

The available models will be: Dodge Nitro, Dodge Nitro SLT and Dodge Nitro R/T. Standard on the Dodge Nitro R/T and optional on the Nitro SLT is a new performance suspension and 20-inch tires, providing performance-oriented drivers with fun-to-drive handling and a firm ride.

The tires on the more powerful models are Goodyear Wrangler HP in a P245/50R20 size. For the base Nitro models, Goodyear provides tires in P225/75R16 and P235/65R17 sizes. Export vehicles will be shipped with Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires.

Goodyear tires are original equipment on many vehicles from Acura, Audi, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GMC, Honda, Hummer, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus, Mazda, Mercury, Nissan and Toyota. Traditionally, more new vehicles in North America are equipped with Goodyear tires than any other brand.

For more information about Goodyear’s broad selection of tires for cars, light trucks, SUVs and more, visit www.goodyeartires.com.

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