Nexen Tire: Fuel-Efficient Tires Help Consumers Save at the Pump

Nexen Tire: Fuel-Efficient Tires Help Drivers Save on Gas

Nexen's Roadian HTX2 highway terrain tires feature improved fuel economy thanks to low-rolling resistance.

Nexen Tire says thanks to improved tire technology in its Roadian HTX2 Highway-Terrain tires, drivers can save money at the pump.

As gas prices continue to hover around $4 per gallon nationwide, consumers are searching for ways to help save money at the pump, Nexen Tire says. One of the ways consumers can save is by investing in a set of its fuel-efficient tires, such as Roadian HTX2 Highway-Terrain tires.

Inspired by the original Roadian HTX, Roadian HTX2 is the next generation of highway-terrain tire technology from Nexen. When compared to its predecessor, Roadian HTX2 features improved fuel economy thanks to low-rolling resistance, a key feature in designing the fuel-efficient tires. Nexen says it incorporated exclusive technical features only found on Roadian HTX2, resulting in one of the most fuel-efficient highway-terrain tires on the market today.

“Fuel-efficient tires have long been a priority at Nexen Tire, and it’s not just about saving money at the pump. There’s also a component of environmental advantages as well, and Nexen customers have the confidence of knowing their carbon footprint is being reduced because they are burning less fuel and therefore creating less emissions,” said Brian YoonSeok Han, CEO of Nexen Tire America, Inc. “Nexen offers a complete lineup of fuel-efficient, long-lasting tires that are not only capable of performing, but provide comfort and handling as well.”

Roadian HTX2 Highway-Terrain tires are available standard with Nexen Tire’s Total Coverage Warranty and are available at Nexen Tire dealers nationwide. To find the closest Nexen Tire dealer, visit the company’s online Dealer Finder.

You May Also Like

Vehicle Quality Trending in the Wrong Direction: JD Power

From cupholders and door handles to ADAS features, reported problems are rising at record levels.

The proliferation of technology in today’s vehicles might be coming at a cost.

According to J.D. Power’s 2023 U.S. Initial Quality Study, the number of problems per 100 vehicles (PP100) has gone up by a record 30 PP100 over the past two years – suggesting that quality is taking a backseat to innovation in the auto industry.

Japanese-Brand Automakers in US: $60.4B in Plants, 2.29M Jobs

New data highlights Japanese-brand automakers’ contributions to the U.S. economy and workforce.

Toyota Transforms Alabama Engine Plant with Clean Energy

Toyota, Toyota Tsusho America and Huntsville Utilities announce 168-acre solar project.

IIHS Strengthens Requirements for TOP SAFETY PICK Awards

Only 48 models qualify for 2023 awards thanks to stiffer requirements for headlights and side crash protection.

Magna Wins GM Battery Enclosures Business 

Magna will supply battery enclosures for the all-new 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV.

Other Posts

Torqata Provides Tire Data for 2024 Auto Care Factbook

Torqata’s data on retail tire trends will provide key insights into the retail tire market that were previously unavailable.

2024 Auto Care Factbook
Coats’ Ben Pryor Has Embraced Lean Thinking

Pryor spent four months learning lean principles by going to the “gemba.”

Manufacturers Push UHP Summer Tire Segment to the Limits

Tire dealers that are up to speed on features, performance and options will find success with their UHP summer customers.

Metzeler Extends Spring Moto Rebate Program Through July 31

The rebate has been extended for residents of the United States and expanded to include residents of Canada.