Nexen Tire is a tire manufacturer, located in Yangsan, South
Gyeongsang Province, and Seoul, both in South Korea. The company's name
is reflected in the company slogan, "Next Century Tire."
It was established in 1968 and manufactures general rubber products
such as tire inner tubes, flaps and retread tires for automobiles,
solid tires for industrial equipments, other rubber products and golf
balls, more than 80% of which are exported to over 140 countries in the
and Brands sold by Nexen in North America include:
ROADIAN AT PRO RA8
ROADIAN HTX RH5
Also produced by Nexen but may not be sold in all countries are
The Nexen Total Coverage Warranty
TREAD WEAR MILEAGE
Covers tires for a limited warranty period against premature wear and
credits the owner for the miles that were not realized.
ROAD HAZARD WARRANTY
Covers tires for the stated warranty period covering the cost of a new
tire when there has been non-repairable damage caused by road hazards
such as nails, glass, potholes or other debris.
Provides 24 hour 7 day a week coverage for 36 months from date of
purchase. In case of flat tire, a qualified professional will change
your flat tire with your spare tire free of charge. If a working spare
is not available or you have two or more flat tires, towing will be
provided free of charge to the nearest Nexen Tire dealer.
If you are shopping for tires you might want to read Tire Rack's tire
test results first.
The last time I checked they don't offer Nexen
tires, but they do have other major Korean brands as well as others
which may meet your needs.
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