Falken tires are manufactured by the Japanese company Sumitomo Rubber Industries. The brand was launched in Japan in 1983 and became available in North America two years later.Know More
The Falken brand primarily focuses on ultra high performance tires, but has also seen success in the off-road category with their WildPeak All-Terrain tire. Falken has close ties with professional motorsports.
Sumitomo Rubber Industries has more than a dozen facilities and manufactures a variety of tires for cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, race cars and other types of vehicles. They also manufacturer a wide range of other products, including golf goods and health care rubber goods. Falken Tire Corporation distribution warehouses are located in California, Florida, Texas, Tennessee and New Jersey.Learn more about Tires, Rims & Wheels
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Falken tires are not as highly rated as Michelin tires, according to Consumer Reports. Michelin is rated as the best tire brand in the site's 2015 ranking of tire brands, while Falken does not rank among the top five tire manufacturers.Full Answer >
Falken tires have above average ratings, according to rankings on 1010Tires.com. There are 13 Falken tires with reviews on the site, and the rating scores range from 3.7 stars out of 5 stars to 4.6 stars out of 5 stars.Full Answer >