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Mubashir Kamilvia Google

What's the best fit for BMW 520d 2013 in terms of comfort ??

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Hello Mubashir,

Goodyear Efficient Grip tyres would be pretty good for your BMW. They offer great comfort. In case you want something better then go for Pirelli Cinturato P7.

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Smitha Eashwaraiahvia Google

hi i need to change tyres for my xylo pls suggest

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Hi Smitha,

Goodyear Wrangler RT/S Tyre  would be a good tyre to begin with for your Xylo. And if in case you want something better then go for Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S. It performs really well over rough terrains.

If you use your vehicle strictly over highways/ paved roads then you can go for Falken Wildpeak H/T01 or Bridgestone Dueler .

 

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Adithya Nairvia Google

which is the best tyre for my Audi A4

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Hi Adithya,

Pirelli Cinturato P7 would be a very good tyre for your A4. It offers superior comfort and great traction over wet and dry surfaces.

If you want an economical option then you can go for Goodyear Excellence. You could also look at Continental Conti Sport Contact 5. It lies somewhere between Goodyear Excellence and Pirelli Cinturato P7.

If you are looking at performance oriented tyres then go for Yokohama Advan Sport.

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Sudeep Nvia Google

Which is the best Tyre for Maruthi Eritiga 185/65 R15 Tube less

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Hi Sudeep,

Goodyear Assurance Triplemax would be a good tyre to begin with. If you can stretch the budget then go for Yokohama Earth-1.

And if you want something top of the line then go for Bridgestone Turanza AR20.

Goodyear is the least expensive of the lot, Bridgestone is the most and Yokohama fits somewhere in between. Same is the order to quality--Turanza AR20 being the best, followed by Yokohama and then Goodyear.

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Atul Jaiswalvia Google

need to replace my honda city ivtec , 2010 model car. pl suggest good tyre under rs 4000

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Hi Atul, 

In this price range you can look at buying MRF ZVTV. This tyre offers decent grip levels and a long tyre life. However it is a bit noisy. 

In case you want something that offers better grip and comfort level then go for Goodyear Assurance Triplemax. It will not run as long as MRF but will offer good performance.

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Manikandan Balavia Google

hi - am looking for good tyres for my E350......Michelin gave way after 30K.....

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Hello Manikandan,

Pirelli Cinturato P7 would be a good tyre for your Merc. An economical option here would be Goodyear  Excellence tyre.

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alok ranjan pandavia Google

Hi Siddharth .. My Ritz LXI is running since Nov 2011 with the JK Tyres as fitted from Maruthi . I am using the same care with tyres since then . The total Kms run is around 29000 now. Kindly suggest me the best run Tubeles Tyre for my Ritz LXI for Kolkata roads as I want to change it as two of my front tyres are almost bulged out . Thanks in Advance

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Hello Alok,

Some of the good tyres available for your Ritz are Yokohama Earth-1Bridgestone Turanza AR20, and Goodyear Assurance..

Go for Goodyear if you are looking at an economical option. Otherwise choose any out of Yokohama or Bridgestone, our recommendation being Yokohama Earth.

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benoy pankappillyvia Google

Am expecting delivery of SCORPIO 2016 4 wheel drive , kindly advice a AT tyre .Should I go for the same size or if go for upsize will there be any discomfort . It's got 17" alloys coming standard .My vehicle is a limited edition Scorpio Adventure .

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Hello Benoy,

First of all, do not go for an upsize. It is best to stick with the stock size. Goodyear Wrangler HP AW would be a decent tyre to begin with. A better tyre would be Bridgestone Dueler D684. And if you want something exceptionally good then go for Continental ContiCrossContact UHP tyre.

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Aditya Manishivia Google

Looking for replacement of 4 tyres of my Toyota Etios 2012 model. current tyre size is 175/65. Wanted to know if can replace it with 185/65 and also please provide a quote for 4 tyres.

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Hello Aditya,

Yes, you can replace your stock tyres with 185/65. But this would make your ride quality bumpy, body roll would increase, tyres would wear out relatively quickly and speedometer and odometer readings would be inaccurate. It is best to stick to stock size.

Goodyear GT3 would be a decent tyre to begin with. However, if you want something better then go for Yokohama Earth E1400 

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