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The new Goodyear RangeMax RSA ULT and RangeMax RTD ULT tires balance traction, range, and mileage for work vehicles.

Goodyear introduces new tires for regional delivery fleets

March 5, 2024
The new Goodyear RangeMax RSA ULT and RangeMax RTD ULT tires balance traction, range, and mileage for work vehicles.

INDIANAPOLIS—Goodyear Tire & Rubber recently introduced two tires to its RangeMax line: the RangeMax RSA ULT and the RangeMax RTD ULT. 

The latest Goodyear RangeMax tires are designed for electric and gas- or diesel-powered regional work vehicles. The steer-drive combo offers Goodyear’s best regional pickup and delivery tires for traction, range, and mileage, regardless of the vehicle’s drivetrain. 

In response to growing demand trends within the regional delivery segment and cost savings and sustainability goals for fleets, the all-position RangeMax RSA ULT and RangeMax RTD ULT tires help deliver range efficiency through low rolling resistance and long miles to removal. 

“As the unique range, durability, and versatility needs of regional pickup and delivery fleets evolve, we’re constantly listening to our fleet partners to design superior tires for every application,” said Rich Cottrell, senior director of commercial marketing, Goodyear North America. “Our latest RangeMax tires combine low rolling resistance with enhanced features like premium casings and long-lasting tread compounds to help increase vehicle uptime and protect fleets’ investment.” 

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RangeMax RSA ULT: Available in sizes 225/70R19.5 and 245/70R19.5. Additional features include: 

  • Intellimax technology helps stiffen tread for long miles to removal. 
  • Sawtooth shoulder groove design and advanced tread compounds provide an aggressive pattern for mud and snow, and three-peak mountain snowflake traction rating. 

RangeMax RTD ULT: Available in sizes 225/70R19.5 and 245/70R19.5. Additional features include: 

  • Bio-based material features soybean oil technology that reduces petroleum use. 
  • Deep open-shoulder tread design provides traction while still delivering long miles to removal. 
  • Meets three-peak mountain snowflake traction rating to deliver enhanced traction and acceleration in various weather conditions.

The new rubber is on display at NTEA’s Work Truck Week here in Indianapolis and at American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council show in New Orleans, FleetOwner affiliate Fleet Maintenance has more details on the Goodyear tires.

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