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  • rakesh raki asked 25-Feb-2022 19:47:26
    Q.
    Best tyre for Hyundai creta
    A.

    You can choose tyre patterns between CEAT Czar HP, JK Elanzo and Bridgestone Dueler HP Sport.

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    Answered 05-Mar-2022 11:19:11
  • digvijay chauhan asked 05-Feb-2022 17:58:39
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    which tyre to be bought for Innova crest 2.4 zx mt
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    You can choose tyre patterns between JK Elanzo Touring, Bridgestone B390, and Goodyear Assurance Triplemax.

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    Answered 12-Feb-2022 11:06:14
  • pritesh anvekar asked 02-Jan-2022 16:13:18
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    Want to up size my 16 inch to 17 in alloy in my Tata nexon, kindly recommend a tyre
    A.

    Tyre upgrade or upsize is not recommended by the car manufacturers as it affects the mileage and performance of the vehicle. Considering the same if you still want to upsize you can go with a wider 225/60 R16 tyre instead of the rim upgrade to 17-inch. The tyre pattern choices in this inlcude JK Elanzo Touring, Bridgestone Turanza T005, and MRF ZV2K.

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    Answered 04-Jan-2022 13:42:48
  • prashant kachhawa asked 06-Dec-2021 14:37:42
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    What is default tyre size for crysta 2.8 Z
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    The factory-fitted tyre size for Toyota Innova Crysta is 205/65 R16. You can choose tyre patterns between CEAT Czar HP, Apollo Alnac 4G and JK Elanzo Touring.

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    Answered 08-Dec-2021 16:41:38
  • vivek kini asked 28-Nov-2021 13:09:17
    Q.
    WHAT IS BEST TYRE FOR INNOVA CRYSTA VX MANUAL 8
    A.

    You can pick between CEAT Czar HP, JK Elanzo Touring and Bridgestone B390.

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    Answered 30-Nov-2021 13:23:35
  • ravi ramaswamy asked 19-Oct-2021 13:00:23
    Q.
    which are the best tyres for Innova Crysta
    A.

    You can pick tyre patterns between CEAT Czar HP, JK Elanzo Touring and Bridgestone B390.

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    Answered 20-Oct-2021 15:08:29
  • rajesh rai asked 05-Oct-2021 19:39:30
    Q.
    can i used 205/70R15 instead of 205/65R15 for my toyota innova
    A.

    Tyre upsize is not recommended by the car makers as it hampers fuel efficiency and performance of the vehicle. Hence, it is best to stick to the OE tyre size. You can pick tyre patterns between CEAT Czar HT, JK Elanzo Touring and Maxxis MAP3.

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    Answered 07-Oct-2021 17:16:18
  • max young asked 04-Oct-2021 13:33:32
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    i would like to change my toyota innova tires from 205 65 r15 to 215 65 r 15 .will i encounter any problems as to safety issues thanks Max
    A.

    Tyre upsize is not recommended by the car makers as it hampers fuel efficiency and performance of the vehicle. Moreover, being a people mover (MUV) the tyre size fits best considering handling and stability. Hence, it is best to stick to the OE tyre size. You can pick tyre patterns between CEAT Czar HT, JK Elanzo Touring and Maxxis MAP3.

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    Answered 06-Oct-2021 11:15:09
  • rajesh rathod asked 02-Oct-2021 08:15:56
    Q.
    Which tyer is the best of my excent car appollo or Bridgestone
    A.

    Tyre brand or pattern choice depends upon the application and priorities. If your prime concern is life and value for money you can pick Apollo Amazer 4G Life/3G Maxx, or choose Bridgestone B290 for comfort and all-season stability. Other choices include CEAT Milaze X3 and JK Elanzo Touring.

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    Answered 06-Oct-2021 11:02:17
  • kunal bakshi asked 26-Sep-2021 21:06:20
    Q.
    Should I go for 17” tyres for my Innova Crysta V 8s MT or stick to 16” only?
    A.

    Tyre upsizing is not recommended by the car manufacturers as it hampers the mileage and performance of the vehicle. Hence it is best to continue with the stock tyre size. Being an MPV its handling and stability will be affected the most, the larger rim may even scrape the body. You can pick tyre patterns between CEAT Czar HP, Bridgestone B390 and JK Elanzo Touring .

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    Answered 27-Sep-2021 18:34:23

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