A Perfect Winning Recipe
A first-hand account of the on-road performance of MRF’s Perfinza tyres
MRF, one of India ’s leading tyre brands, has entered the premium tyre segment with the new Perfinza range. Over the years, the company has been participating in and winning a number of motor sport events and has successfully utilised the learnings from the racetrack for application in its road tyres. No wonder, MRF has a history of developing and launching the finest tyres in various four- and two-wheeler segments and markets.
Just like at the fiercely competitive APRC, where MRF has defeated international rally teams, the firm has entered the exclusive luxury-car tyre market and emerged victorious yet again with the Perfinza range. The owners of cars from Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz are never willing to compromise on quality and safety, and I am happy to note that the new MRF tyres come with a winning recipe of top-notch quality and compelling pricing. These tyres for luxury cars are among the finest offerings in the market currently, and I say this on the basis of first-hand experience.
Recently, I swapped the 225/55 stock tyres on an Audi A6 with a set of MRF Perfinza 245/45 tyres and the feel of the car just transformed. There was immediate improvement in the ride quality and handling. Barring, maybe, the severest of potholes, nothing could be felt inside the cabin. Moreover, the tyre noise was reduced and the low NVH made the drive even more pleasurable. The steering feedback and feel was also enhanced to a certain extent. In spite of these MRF tyres being wider than the standard ones there was no tramlining sensation while driving. During my test, what impressed me most was the fact that these tyres offer all these improvements along with the right amount of grip, even during the ongoing monsoon showers.
I can conclude that the MRF Perfinza is truly one of the best options for luxury car owners and will give a stiff competition to the established global tyre brands. This leaves me with a sense of pride since these tyres have been developed by an Indian company..