The Who What & Where of Doral Tires
Who manufactures the Doral Tires Brand? Doral Tire Brand is owned by the Treadways Corporation. Doral Tires are manufactured in Japan under the Sumitomo Rubber Industries. Sumitomo Rubber Industries is able to trace back their origins to the early 1900′s, originially named the Sumitomo Group. In 1963 Sumitomo Group changed their name to Sumitomo Rubber Industries after they acquired the Dunlop Japan.
Doral Tires are made to not only be durable but to be affordable for the consumer. These tires are rated to last some where between 35 thousand – 50 thousand miles, this wear rating of course varies between the different sizes and uses of the tire. Doral tires are made for not only a passenger car but also for light trucks and some farm machinery. Doral Tires are known to have a great tread that performs well by maintaining good traction in slippery wet conditions.
The SDL line of Doral tires are some of the more popularly known Doral tires and their bestselling line. The SDL line of tires are known for being affordable and good quality tires. Some say that the SDL line is the premium line of Doral tires. The SDL line is also known for having great all-season tread, steel belts and a polyester cord body- making these long lasting, durable, all-season tires.
What are people saying about Doral Tires?
Safercar.gov ratings on the traction of these tires come in at an A ( second place to a AA rating). The temp rating on these tires range from a B rating to an A rating (again with the best rating being a AA rating), depending on the size and tire line. Seventy five percent of tires are rated A.
Wear ratings on these tires also vary, ranging from as low as 280 and as high as 480, of course this varies on the tire size and line. Twenty five percent of tires are rated between 201 & 300 for tread wear, and twenty percent of tires are rated between 401 and 500.
What are customers saying though? As with all things, customers have mixed reviews on these tires.
Some customers are saying that the tires aren’t worth the price (even though they are said to be cheap, quality tires). Customers say that the wear may be expected for 40,000 miles but to expect only 20,000 miles out of them, with even just normal day to day driving and that it’s not worth the hassle to get these tires only to have them wear out soon and needing to have them replaced again so shortly.
Other drives (slow and steady, average and aggressive) love these tires. They rave about the good traction these tires have in wet conditions (rainy, snowy and icy). They are pleased with the overall appearance of the tires and they say that considering they are cheaply priced that they are quality tires. Overall it seems like the tires are of fairly good quality considering the low price you are able to purchase them at.
Where can you purchase Doral Tires? Doral Tires are available for purchase through..