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  • nitish mandal asked 31 Oct 2019 05:06:34
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    I want to know the price of mrf tube less tyre for glamour fi front tyres
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    For the front tyres, you can consider installing the CEAT MILAZE. It comes with Strong Nylon casing for enhanced durability and aggressive tread pattern for superior all-terrain traction.

    Answered 02 Dec 2019 01:10:32
  • piyush bhola asked 03 Nov 2017 09:30:56
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    Looking for an advise whether to stick to the Goodyear tyres or go for something else for ecosport titanium model. Usually driven on bad roads. Please suggest
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    Hi Piyush,  You can choose out of MRF Wanderer Sport or Bridgestone Firestone FR500 tyres. In terms of grip and comfort, Firestone is a better product but Wanderer is more durable.  So, if you drive over very bad roads then MRF Wanderer would be good, but for a moderate use over paved and unpaved roads, FIrestone should be a good choice. Regards, Ramit

    Answered 03 Nov 2017 09:30:56
  • yogesh khanapur asked 02 Nov 2017 10:34:02
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    Which tyre is best for yamaha fascino scooter? As I ride for about 100kms per day.
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    Hi Yogesh, If majority of your rides are over highways/ well-paved roads then you should go for MRF Zapper ( Scooter) tyre. It offers good wet and dry grip with long tread life. In case you use your vehicles over rough surfaces or muddy terrains then go for CEAT Gripp ( Scooter) tyre. The large lug sizes ensure confident grip over rough terrains. Regards

    Answered 02 Nov 2017 10:34:02
  • avi kashyap asked 24 Jul 2017 10:58:01
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    sir which one is best tyre michellin pilot street 150/70/17 or mrf masseter
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    Hello Avi, Clearly MRF Masseter is a better performing tyre out of the two. It has been specially designed for powerful motorcycles to deliver that power confidently on the tarmac.  It is made of a very sticky rubber compound that offers superior grip and lean angles and precise handling ans effective braking. But the downside is that since it is a high performance tyre, it will not offer a very long tyre life unlike other conventional tyres.  But if tread life is not your priority then Masseter is a very good tyre.
      Regards, Ramit Anand

    Answered 24 Jul 2017 10:58:01
  • vinod krishnapuram asked 02 May 2017 04:33:42
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    I want to change tyres for my Chevy Enjoy. Which brand would be recommended?
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    Hi Vinod,   The MRF ZVTS is a no-non-sense tyre with a long life good traction on gravelly roads. Road noise could be a concern, though. https://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/zvts/175-70-r14-84t-tubeless The Apollo Alnac is better suited if you cover most of your distance on the highways. Road noise is very well contained for quieter rides. https://tyres.cardekho.com/apollo/alnac/175-70-r14-84h4-tubeless The Falken Sincera is better for wet and dry grip for city use. The wider blocks help it last longer while offering good cornering grip. https://tyres.cardekho.com/falken/sincera-sn835/175-70-r14-84t-tubeless   --Mahesh

    Answered 02 May 2017 04:33:42
  • love malhotra asked 28 Apr 2017 03:27:43
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    Hello i have a swift zxi model. My company fitted tyres is 185 65 R 15 ZVTV 88 of Mrf. And i have driven 64000 km. Now i have to replace my tyres. So i am confusing betweem apollo 4g tyres and mrf tyres. So plz tell me which one is best and if you have any other better option in these range so plz tell about that also. Thanku Love 99999440492
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    Hi Love,   The stock factory tyres offer a decent balance of comfort, longevity, grip and cost. I'd recommend sticking with ZVTV if you want the tyre to last really long time. https://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/zvtv/185-65-r15-88s-tubeless Optionally, you can also consider the Earth1. These are quite and comfortable and offer good straight line and cornering grip. https://tyres.cardekho.com/yokohama/earth-1e400/185-65-r15-88h-tubeless The XM2 is better at evacuating water on a wet road but those groves will result in a bit more noise compared to the Earth1. Cornering also may not be at par with the Earth 1 but straight line grip will be better because of more rubber contact patch. https://tyres.cardekho.com/michelin/energy-xm2/185-65-r15-88h-tubeless   --Mahesh

    Answered 28 Apr 2017 03:27:43
  • pradipta kumar routray asked 27 Apr 2017 04:34:29
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    Pl reccomond me rear tyre of Yamaha fz . local tyre shop providing me one of tvs make size 140/60R 17.should I go for it?
    A.

    Hi Pradipta,   take a look at: MRF RevZ Y for an all round performance at affordable price. https://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/revz-y/140-60-r171-tubeless   Or go for soft-compound Pilot Street for improved cornering ability. https://tyres.cardekho.com/michelin/pilot-street/140-70-r17-66h --Mahesh

    Answered 27 Apr 2017 04:34:29
  • manish shandilya asked 27 Apr 2017 04:02:01
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    for xuv 5oo and ford fiesta
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    Hi Manish, If you're running the XUV on mostly roads, then look at this Bridgestone Dueler: https://tyres.cardekho.com/bridgestone/dueler-h-p-sport/235-65-r17-108v-tubeless But if you also take pleasure in going mild off-roading with sand and slush, then this Goodyear Wrangler will serve better: https://tyres.cardekho.com/goodyear/wrangler-at-sa/235-65-r17-104h   The world knows how good the Fiesta is as handling and it takes corners with impossible composure. But a good set of tyres can also improve the dynamics of any car. A set of performance tyres will amplify the Fiesta's personality. Look at this Eagle F1 Run Flat tyres: https://tyres.cardekho.com/goodyear/eagle-f1-gsd3/195-60-r15-88v-runflat Good news: In the case of a serious emergency, you can use them without fixing the puncture. Although it will ruin the alloy wheel and the tyre. They have stiff sidewalls for good cornering grip. Comfort will be compromised and the tyre won't last very long either. As an all-rounder, you can consider the MRF ZLO: https://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/zlo/195-60-r15-88h-tubeless --Mahesh

    Answered 27 Apr 2017 04:02:01
  • pratik ganatra asked 26 Apr 2017 06:49:34
    Q.
    I have Wagon R LXI CNG company Fitted. It's 2015 Model and I have crossed 46 k kms.. I need to change all 4 types please suggest me the most durable and long lasting tyres thanks
    A.

    Hi Pratik, Look at the MRF ZVTS, which is also offered on many cars straight from the factory. https://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/zvts/145-80-r13-tubeless The JK Ultima NXT is another tyre to look at. But beware that these are hard compound tyres and braking performance is far from exceptional. However, both of these will last very long and at low speeds, they stop in a predictable manner. https://tyres.cardekho.com/jk/ultima-nxt/145-80-r13-75s-tubeless --Mahesh

    Answered 26 Apr 2017 06:49:34
  • arun kumar asked 26 Apr 2017 05:55:42
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    I want to upsize the tyre for my FIAT PUNTO ACTIVE.. Currently Im Using 165/80 R14.. Please suggest me the appropriate upsize. I drive in Highways and rough roads. i drive in 110 Km/h speed.
    A.

    HI Arun,   I'd suggest maintaining the same size but opting for a softer compound tyre for better grip on highways. With an upsize, you run the risk of either tyres rubbing against the wheel well or you'll have to opt for low profile tyres, which will take away the comfort on rough roads. This Bridgestone Turanza is the same size as your existing tyre. It's good for touring, contains road noise and offers excellent wet road grip. https://tyres.cardekho.com/bridgestone/turanza-ar20/165-80-r14-85h-tubeless Yokohama Earth 1 is another one to look at. It's even better at containing road noise: https://tyres.cardekho.com/yokohama/earth-1e400/165-80-r14-85t-tubeless   However, if you absolutely want to upsize, then here are two options to consider with the tyre spec 185/70 R14. MRF ZLO is the first. It displaces water very well at the cost of contact patch for dry conditions. https://tyres.cardekho.com/mrf/zlo/185-70-r14-88t-tubeless The Turanza is another tyre that's almost as good at displacing water but maximises the amount of rubber in touch with the tarmac for maximum dry grip. --Mahesh

    Answered 26 Apr 2017 05:55:42

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