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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Tires, Reinforced, Extra Load

Some time ago, the designation “Reinforced” was replaced with the designation “Extra Load” by some tire manufacturers. In countries outside Europe, this designation has been conventional for some time. There are no technical differences.
Some tire manufacturers also use the “XL” designation for Extra Load tires.
Tires with the designations “Reinforced” or “Extra Load (XL)” are the same.
V winter tires with XL designation have a higher load capacity than the V winter tires without this designation.
Higher speeds can be attained with XL V-winter tires, but the maximum speed of the V tires of 240 km/h (149.12 mph) is not permissible for every vehicle.
The Same Conditions Apply for These Tires as for V Winter Tires without Special Designation!
   
Tires, Storing
Storage Room Tire storage must be: Dark, Dry, Cool and ...

Winter tires
M+S-Symbol On “M-and-S-tires”, the tread pattern, tread compound or type are designed such that the handling characteristics in snow are im ...

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Wear Spots
  A wear spot is a flat spot on the tread of the tires that can be caused by extreme braking maneuvers on subsurface such as asphalt. At the same time a tire during the braking maneuver is rubbed at selective points which ...

Drink holders in the centre console
Fig. 102 In the front centre console: drink holders Fig. 103 Drink holder in the rear centre console: folding out the drink holder First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Opening and closing the rear drink holder To open, fold the drink holder down in the ...

Oxygen Sensor Unit Protective Pipes
  Note In addition to using the part number, the protective pipe can also be used for identification. Version D1, 6 openings, 3.5 mm each     Only used with the 4-pin oxygen sen ...

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