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R283 ECOPIA
Fuel-Efficient All-Position Radial
While suitable for all axle positions, the R283 Ecopia™ is designed for steer applications in long-haul and regional service. An achievement in low rolling resistance performance through proprietary compounding and design, the R283 incorporates proven irregular wear-fighting technologies for long life and fuel efficiency, which is easier on your wallet, and our planet. The R283 provides the added benefits of CARB compliance and EPA SmartWay® verification.
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Lower costs. Greener returns. Based on rolling resistance and field mileage tests, Bridgestone Ecopia and Bandag FuelTech are our most fuel-efficient and lowest total cost of ownership tire and retread solution. Combining proprietary low rolling resistance technology with the industry's most retreadable casing, Ecopia and FuelTech can help reduce fuel use and extend tire life for lower costs and greener returns, when compared to other Bridgestone tires.
Based on rolling resistance and field mileage tests, Bridgestone Ecopia and Bandag FuelTech are our most fuel-efficient and lowest total cost of ownership tire and retread solution. Combining proprietary low rolling resistance technology with the industry’s most retreadable casing, Ecopia and FuelTech can help reduce fuel use and extend tire life for lower costs and greener returns, when compared to other Bridgestone tires.
The Bridgestone R283 Ecopia, M710 Ecopia, and R197 Ecopia, in size 295/75R22.5, were compared to the equivalent size of Goodyear G399 LHS FM, G305 AT LHD FM, and G316 LHT FM and the equivalent size of Michelin XZA3+, XDA Energy, and XTA Energy. Results obtained from third party laboratory SAE J1269 rolling resistance test.
BASys data from over two million Bridgestone, Goodyear and Michelin brand casings recorded between June 2009 and November 2010 prove that Bridgestone had the lowest percentage of tires that could not be retreaded due to conditions relating to casing construction.
Based on EPA SmartWay rolling resistance to fuel savings ratio. Actual results may vary.
5%, 9% and 10% above is the weighted average of the first two lines of data.
* Lower costs. Greener returns. Based on rolling resistance and field mileage tests, Bridgestone Ecopia and Bandag FuelTech are our most fuel-efficient and lowest total cost of ownership tire and retread solution. Combining proprietary low rolling resistance technology with the industry's most retreadable casing, Ecopia and FuelTech can help reduce fuel use and extend tire life for lower costs and greener returns, when compared to other Bridgestone tires.
^ Based on rolling resistance and field mileage tests, Bridgestone Ecopia and Bandag FuelTech are our most fuel-efficient and lowest total cost of ownership tire and retread solution. Combining proprietary low rolling resistance technology with the industry’s most retreadable casing, Ecopia and FuelTech can help reduce fuel use and extend tire life for lower costs and greener returns, when compared to other Bridgestone tires.
1 The Bridgestone R283 Ecopia, M710 Ecopia, and R197 Ecopia, in size 295/75R22.5, were compared to the equivalent size of Goodyear G399 LHS FM, G305 AT LHD FM, and G316 LHT FM and the equivalent size of Michelin XZA3+, XDA Energy, and XTA Energy. Results obtained from third party laboratory SAE J1269 rolling resistance test.
2 BASys data from over two million Bridgestone, Goodyear and Michelin brand casings recorded between June 2009 and November 2010 prove that Bridgestone had the lowest percentage of tires that could not be retreaded due to conditions relating to casing construction.
3 Based on EPA SmartWay rolling resistance to fuel savings ratio. Actual results may vary.
4 The Bridgestone R283 Ecopia, M710 Ecopia, and R197 Ecopia, in size 295/75R22.5, are compared to the equivalent size of Goodyear G399 LHS FM, G305 AT LHD FM, and G316 LHT FM and the equivalent size of Michelin XZA3+, XDA Energy, and XTA Energy; and the Bandag B710 FuelTech and B197 FuelTech compared to Goodyear G305 and G314 and Michelin XDA2 23 and XT1 AT. Results are based in part on third party SAE J1269 rolling resistance tests. Actual on road results may vary.
5%, 9% and 10% above is the weighted average of the first two lines of data.