SEAT Warranty winter snow

The perfect tyre for your SEAT


Tyre maintenance is vital for vehicle safety, performance, and efficiency. 

Having the correct tyres ensure you have optimal traction and fuel economy playing a key role in overall driving comfort.​

All Season tyres

Common in the UK All-season tyres offer year-round versatility removing the need to switch tyres based on the season. They provide grip in both cold and warmer temperatures and dry or wet conditions alike, however aren’t as capable as specialist seasonal tyres.

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SEAT Winter tyre wheel

Winter tyres

Their unique tread patterns and rubber compounds provide superior traction on icy and snow-covered roads, significantly improving braking distances and overall control.

These tires are designed to remain pliable in cold temperatures, ensuring they maintain grip when all-season tires might harden and lose effectiveness.

Summer tyres

For use in warm, dry conditions, they offer drivers exceptional grip and precise handling. The tread patterns and rubber compounds ensure the best performance during hot weather, enhancing overall control and responsiveness. They also contribute to fuel efficiency due to lower rolling resistance.

SEAT Summer tyre wheel

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Cold weather driving (7C or below)

Designed to perform at their best whenever the temperature drops below 7C (44.6F) or below. The rubber compound of Winter tyres remain softer and provide a more flexible surface, increasing the adhesion and grip to the road service which results in short braking distances.

Wet weather driving

The tread patterns are specifically designed to increase the tyres ability to displace surface water, reducing the risk of aquaplaning.

Driving on snow-covered or icy roads

A sophisticated network of sipes (fine cuts in the tread) optimise the tread compound flexibility and enhance the tyre to stick on snow. In comparison to summer tyres, when the temperature drops to 7C (44.6F) or below – this is the point at which summer tyres start to stiffen, decreasing their grip and braking efficiency.