Point S Summer Van, the summer tyre for your van, utility vehicle and camper van
For every vehicle type, every driving behaviour, there is a Point S Summer Van for you!
- Utility vehicles
- Certified by the European tyre label
Discover Point S Summer Van, the summer tyre for your van designed in Germany in collaboration with a famous tyre manufacturer. The production takes place in Europe to ensure high quality and safety! The tyres have been developed following these 3 objectives:
- Safety: performance on dry and wet roads
- Improved driving comfort
- Budget: improved rolling resistance and higher mileage.
The perfect combination between good value for money and safety!
Point S Summer Van description
- Target: vans, utility vehicles and camper vans
- Category: summer tyres
- Season: summer
- Certification: certified by the European tyre label
The benefits of summer van tyres Point S Summer Van
As for any vehicle, choosing the right van tyre is extremely important. Summer van tyres must be robust and reliable in all circumstances to ensure safety and comfort.
At Point S, the technologies used for the design of our summer van tyre improve wet and dry performance and the rubber compound ensures high kilometres and comfort. Point S Summer Van structure handles obstacles, such as pavements, and to maintain stability whatever the load of the vehicle may be.
|Benefits||Focus on Technology|
|High aquaplaning safety||Efficient water dispersion on wet roads|
|Dry performance||Good braking performance on dry roads. Safety ensured.||Ribbon structure in the center of the pattern increases longitudinal stiffness|
|Driving comfort||Quiet ride for a comfortable driving experience||Optimized sipe layout and longitudinal grooves lead to a balanced tread pattern design|
|Mileage performance||Prolonged tyre life, reduced driving costs. Optimised budget!||Larger and more rigid block structure delivers a stiffer pattern behaviour|
Point S Summer Van: summer tyre sizes for vans
The Point S Summer Van tyre has been specially designed to meet the requirements of utility vehicles and are available in 14 tyre sizes. Explore our van tyre sizes below and find your ideal tyre dimension!
How to read your tyre dimension? Indicated on the sidewall of your tyre, its dimension is made up of several elements. As example: 215/65R15C 104/102T 6PR means:
- 215: width in mm
- 65: 65% - the ratio of the height to width in %
- R15: diameter of the tyre’s inner rim in inches. R means rim size.
- C: indicates that it is a tyre for commercial vans.
- 104/102: load index indicates the maximum load carrying capacity of the tyre.
- T: speed rating indicates the maximum speed for the tyre at the full load
- 6PR: PR means ply rating, and indicates the inflation pressure. 6PR stands for 300-375 kPa.
|Marketing Line||Fuel efficiency||Wet grip||External rolling noise||Noise grade|
|185R14C 102/100Q 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|195/70R15C 104/102R 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|215/65R15C 104/102T 6PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|225/70R15C 112/110R 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|195R15C 106/104R 8PR
Point S Summer Van
|Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|195/65R16C 104/102T (100T) 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|195/75R16C 107/105T 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|205/65R16C 107/105T (103T) 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|205/75R16C 110/108R 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|215/65R16C 109/107T (106T) 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|215/75R16C 113/111R 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|225/65R16C 112/110R 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|225/75R16C 121/120R 10PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
|235/65R16C 115/113R 8PR||Point S Summer Van||E||C||72||2|
Where to buy Point S summer van tyres?
Change your tyres for Point S Summer Van tyres, exclusively in Point S workshops, to ensure your safety on dry and wet roads. Find your nearest Point S outlet or make an appointment directly with our experts!
All the articles providing you with tyre tips are right here: How to change a tyre, how to read tyre size, how to choose the right tyres among the different tyre brands, how to check tyre pressures, and how to recognise tyre wear.