195/70R15C 104/102R MPS 530 Sibir Snow Van

Tire width: 195
Tire height: 70
Diameter of rim: 15
Load index: 104/102
Speed index: R
With/Without cameras: Without cameras
RunOnFlat technology: No
Season of tire:
Manufactured by: Matador
Fuel efficiency:
Wet grip:
External noise:
73 dB
Delivery: 2 days


MPS 530 Sibir Snow Van

Excellent grip and driving safety in winter.

   The new generation of winter light truck tyres in a wide range of dimensions to fit 14″ to 16″ wheel disks.
     Introducing a new generation of light truck tyres developed specially for winter use on small and medium-sized vans and light trucks. The MPS530 Sibir Snow M+S tyre is designed for winter traffic on motorways and regional roads.
     The pictogram on the sidewall is a guarantee of high reliability and outstanding grip in winter conditions – awarded for passing the ASTM F-1805 winter grip test.
     The standout features of MPS530 Sibir Snow VAN M+S are an excellent grip on snow and high driving safety in winter conditions.
     There is a large offer of 19 dimension variants in the following speed categories: “N” – to 140 km/h, “Q” – to 160 km/h, “R” – to 170 km/h and “T” – to 190 km/h with width profiles from 165 mm to 235 mm for mounting on 14″ to 16″ wheel disks. 

Product Feature



  • Sine-wave shaped sipes with more gripping edges
  • Optimization of snow filling capacities (snow pockets)
  • Very good interlocking, strong and efficient grip edges
  • Better traction and interlocking with snow
  • Improved traction and braking on snow
  • Outstanding snow traction and snow handling
  • Compact shoulder blocks
  • Two central, solid tread ribs
  • Excellent cornering stability
  • Outstanding straight driving
  • Safe cornering
  • Excellent directional stability
  • High sipe density in the shoulder and middle blocks
  • Wide drainage channels
  • Optimal positioning of multiple grip edges
  • Fast drainage of water from the contact area
  • Outstanding braking in snow
  • Resistance to aquaplaning and very good performance on snow slush

Performance diagram