Hello Parmjeet Singh,
Falken tyre is a Japanese brand and has been very popular internationally. It has been a keen participant of motor racing and has been designing lots of racing as well as passenger tyres. No doubt, it is a very good brand.
But to say that it is better than MRF or Apollo or Ceat would be little difficult, as all these brands are very good and quite popular in India.
A better comparison can be drawn between specific tyre models of these brands. So, if you have any particular tyre requirement then please let me know, because that ways I would be able to assist you better.
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.
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.
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.
take a look at:
MRF RevZ Y for an all round performance at affordable price.
Or go for soft-compound Pilot Street for improved cornering ability.
Look at the MRF ZVTS, which is also offered on many cars straight from the factory.
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.
These MRF ZVTS will last a long time and are also very affordable. Many compact cars come with these tyres from the factory.
Spending a little more for the Bridgestone B290 will give you better grip and much less road noise.
These Bridgestone Turanzas are the cream, though. They are extremely quiet and the grip on wet roads is exceptional. As expected, the price is also on the higher side.
My personal recommendation would be the B290 as it offers a fantastic balance of grip, road noise and aren't that pricey either.
Here are three options you can consider:
For better on-road performance: Apollo HP
For occasional mild off-roading or rough terrain: Apollo HT
If you want your tyre to look stylish: MRF ZGP
An added bonus is that the MRF is also good for slush and sand. Its performance is at par with the Apollo HT in gravel and rocky situations.
Some of the good tyres available for your car are Bridgestone B290, Apollo Amazer 4G, and MRF ZVTS. All of these tyres are well priced and offer decent performance. Our recommendation would be B290.
MRF ZV2K is a decent tyre to begin with. It is a good economical option. But if budget is not a constraint for you then go for Michelin Energy XM2 or Bridgestone Turanza AR20.
Go for Michelin if it fits your budget.
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