Hankook has taken the latest in tire technology to give the Ventus V2 Concept H437 all-season handling and
performance that is comparable to tires costing much more. Designed for all types of coupes, sedans and other
vehicles, the H437 sports an attractive directional tread pattern with a tread compound that is M+S rated.
Dry surface traction and cornering grip are enhanced through its tread design that adds an emphasis on lateral
stiffness and straight line stability. Not only does this design improve tire performance, but it also reduces
irregular tread wear for a longer lifespan.
Wet road handling is aided through Hankook's Twister System tread pattern which optimizes traction on rainy road
surfaces and virtually eliminates the risk of hydroplaning. Added sipes provide more biting edges on both rain and
snow covered surfaces as well.
Inside the tire you will find two steel belts with spirally wrapped nylon that give the tire added strength and
durability throughout the speed range. They also help in giving the H437 a longer tread life. Hankook has also
included a reinforced rim guard for keeping your custom wheels from being damaged.
All-season handling and traction is excellent
Above average steering response and brake performance
Ride comfort is among the best in this class
Long lasting tread life
Outstanding performance and value for the money
Would like to see a bit more cornering power
The H437 was a nice surprise for us. The all-season tread design not only performs well in all types of weather,
including snow, but it is also very quiet and comfortable. Despite the low cost on this tire, you feel as if you
are riding on a more expensive Michelin tire. This tire doesn't disappoint, and we feel it's a very good choice for
anyone on a tighter budget who wants the most tire for the money.
Hankook provides a limited tread warranty on the H437. Tire uniformity is guaranteed for the first 2/32 inch of
wear. Materials and workmanship are warranted for 5-years and come with free replacement during the first year or
first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or down to the last 2/32 inch of
tread depth on the tire.