2019 Range Rover



Make sure that all warnings in this section of the Owner's Handbook are read and fully understood. Failure to comply with the safety instructions could result in serious injury or death.

  1. P indicates that the tyre is for passenger vehicle use. The index is not always shown.

  2. The width of the tyre from sidewall edge to sidewall edge, in mm.

  3. The aspect ratio, also known as the profile, gives the sidewall height as a percentage of the tread width. So, if the tread width is 205 mm and the aspect ratio is 50, the sidewall height will be 102 mm.

  4. R indicates that the tyre is of radial ply construction.

  5. The diameter of the wheel rim, given in inches.

  6. The load index for the tyre. The index is not always shown.


    The load index and speed rating on all replacement tyres must be, at least, the same specification as the original equipment tyres supplied with the vehicle, except for approved winter tyres, off-road, and professional off-road tyres. he use of incorrect replacement tyres could lead to an accident, resulting in serious injury or death. If in doubt, consult a retailer/authorised repairer.

  7. The speed rating denotes the maximum speed at which the tyre may be used for extended periods. See СКОРОСТНЫЕ КАТЕГОРИИ.

  8. Tyre manufacturing standard information, which can be used for tyre recalls and other checking processes. Most of this information relates to the manufacturer, place of manufacture, etc. The last four numbers are the date of manufacture. For example, if the number is 3106, the tyre was made in the 31st week of 2006.

  9. M+S or M/S indicates that the tyre has been designed with some capability for mud and snow.

  10. The number of plies in both the tread area and the sidewall area: Indicates how many layers of rubber-coated material make up the structure of the tyre. Information is also provided on the type of materials used.

  11. Wear rate indicator: A tyre rated at 400, e.g., lasts longer than a tyre rated at 200.

  12. The traction rating grades a tyre's performance when stopping on a wet road surface. The higher the grade, the better the braking performance. The grades, from highest to lowest are: AA, A, B, and C.


    The traction grade assigned to this tyre is based on straight-ahead braking traction tests and does not include acceleration, cornering, hydroplaning, or peak traction characteristics.

  13. The maximum load which can be carried by the tyre.

  14. Heat resistance grading: The tyre's resistance to heat is grade A, B, or C, with A indicating the greatest resistance to heat. The grading is provided for a correctly inflated tyre which is being used within its speed and loading limits.

  15. The maximum inflation pressure for the tyre. The maximum inflation pressure should not be used for normal driving. See ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЕ ДЕФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ШИН.


Approved tyres are generally identified by a brand mark J, LR or J LR. Brand markings are specifically excluded for winter and professional off-road tyres.