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Axe AT1

Axe AT1

Satin Black

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The all-terrain range is the newest addition to the axe range, the AT1 boasts impressive 4x4 looks which includes a satin black finish.

Axe Wheels, the London born alloy brand that produces some of the world’s finest alloy wheels. AXE wheels is one of the UK’s leading alloy wheel manufacturers and feature a wide range of innovative and stylish alloy wheels designed to suit high-performance and luxury vehicles. Axe began making their own alloy wheels in 1990 but we're working with big brands such as AMG and TECHART long before, giving them a steady advantage when they launched their own designs. 

Being an alloy manufacturer that focuses on cutting edge design, distinctiveness and manufactured to exacting standards, AXE alloy wheels are ideal for a wide range of vehicles from lightweight sports cars to hot hatches and luxury SUVs. As well as appearance, Axe alloy wheels manufacturing follows the TÜV approval system which means all of our Axe alloys will meet European standards without a doubt. With their drive to create high quality, head-turning alloys, it did not take long for Axe wheels to be one of the leading brands in Europe.

At LK Performance, we have an extensive collection of Axe alloy wheels for you to browse and filter through. If you’re looking for a unique look for your car, Axe alloy wheels are the perfect alloy brand for you. Not only do Axe alloy wheels have cosmetic benefits, but there are also performance-related benefits such as improved suspension and an overall feeling of a better drive. 

View our range of colours, sizes and styles that can appeal to almost any car's personality. At LK Performance, we like to ensure that we are catering to many different requirements, so we have created a wheel selector tool which allows you to check your chosen set of alloys is perfect for your vehicle. So, when selecting each Axe alloy wheel style, please make use of our wheel selector tool so you can rest assured that you are choosing the optimal set of alloys for your car.




EU Tyre Labelling: What does it all mean?

Tyre labelling for all passenger cars and light trucks has taken affect from 1 November 2012 under the European Regulation No: 1222/2009. This new regulation is intended to reduce the impact tyres have on the environment and the graphics used to represent the differences in tyres are similar to the ones used to review household appliances.

The labelling classifies three different areas of performance from A to G, however D is not going to be used as a classification to clearly differentiate between the top three grads A, B & C and the bottom three E, F & G.

Compare Fuel Economy

The energy lost when a tyre rolls is expressed as ‘rolling resistance’, and tyres with lower rolling resistances will use less energy which will increase your fuel economy. Tyres classified as ‘A’ are the more economical and have the least rolling resistance, and tyres classified as ‘G’ have the poorest full economy and the most rolling resistance.

If you fitted tyres that are classified as ‘A’ instead of ‘G’ you could save up to £110 or 80 litres of fuel for the life of the tyres (results can vary depending on the type of car or climate conditions)

Compare Wet Grip

The more grip a tyre gives you in wet weather conditions the safer the journey will be. Wheels always take longer to stop in wet conditions but tyres with a good web grip classification will have a shorter stopping distance than those with a ‘G’ classification.

The difference in breaking from 50mph across two grades is 3metres, meaning the difference between an ‘A’ classification and a ‘G’ classification is 18 metres.

Compare Noise Emissions

The final area tested is the exterior noise grading in decibels, with the decibel rating included alongside one to three black sound waves. One black wave is the quietest and three back sound waves are the noisiest. The introduction of noise emission tests is intended to encourage users to purchase quieter tyres which will help to reduce noise pollution.


Estimated Delivery

5-7 Days

If you are planning on ordering tyres with these wheels then please check the delivery timescale for the specified tyres shown.

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Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

TPMS is a built-in monitoring system for the tyre pressure in motor vehicles. Automatic and direct indication as a warning on the display when a problem occurs in one or more tyres due to a pressure loss.

Having TPMS fitted improves the safety of a vehicle by monitoring and reporting low or over-inflated tyres, reducing the chances of a blowout. In addition to this, having correctly inflated tyres increases the life of the tyre and can help improve fuel efficiency.

All vehicles fitted with TPMS, registered after 1st January 2012 will require the TPMS to be tested as part of the MOT. This means, if your vehicle falls into this category, missing sensors could result in a fail on the MOT test.

LK Performance has the tools, diagnostic equipment, and expertise to ensure your TPMS are fitted correctly

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