Nexen tires are manufactured by Korean-based Nexen Tire Company. Nexen was the first tire manufacturer in Korea, and was established in 1942 under the name Heung-A Tire Company. It operated solely in Korea until 2005 when the company opened a branch in the United States.
Since branching out to the U.S., the manufacturer has opened new offices worldwide. The company chose the name Nexen in an effort to combine the ideas of "next" and "century," a philosophy that the company considers future oriented. Nexen is committed to providing quality products to its many branches around the globe, as well as exceptional value and friendly service.Learn More
The Road Hugger GT Eco is an all-season tire intended primarily for sedans and compact cars. It is available in 15, 16 and 17 inches.Full Answer >
When a vehicle sits for a long period of time, the tires can experience flatspotting. Flatspotting is the term used when a tire gets a flat spot in the area touching the ground.Full Answer >
Car owners who purchase used tires may do so because they are often considerably less expensive than new ones. Additionally, if a tire is damaged, it may be expedient to buy a used one and replace the entire set later.Full Answer >
Positive camber refers to the angle of a wheel rim that is mounted with the top side of the wheel angled away from the vehicle. Camber is the measurement of the inward or outward angle of wheels.Full Answer >