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Yokohama Tyres AVS db V550 245/50 R18 100W Tubeless

Yokohama AVS db V550

17,000
Size: 245/50 R18 100WType: Tubeless
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Bridgestone Tyres Potenza S001 245/45 R19 98Y Tubeless

Bridgestone Potenza S001

21,570
Size: 245/45 R19 98YType: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZLO 275/40 R19 105Y Tubeless

MRF ZLO

28,000
Size: 275/40 R19 105YType: Tubeless
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Bridgestone Tyres Potenza S001 275/40 R19 105Y Tubeless

Bridgestone Potenza S001

28,335
Size: 275/40 R19 105YType: Tubeless
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Goodyear Tyres EXCELLENCE 245/45 R19 98Y

Goodyear EXCELLENCE

34,000
Size: 245/45 R19 98Y 
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Goodyear Tyres EXCELLENCE 275/40 R19 101Y

Goodyear EXCELLENCE

36,500
Size: 275/40 R19 101Y 
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Pirelli Tyres XL P ZERO 245/50 R18 100W Tubeless

Pirelli XL P ZERO

23,161
Size: 245/50 R18 100WType: Tubeless
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Pirelli Tyres CINTURATO P7 245/50 R18 100W Runflat

Pirelli CINTURATO P7

27,200
Size: 245/50 R18 100WType: Runflat
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Pirelli Tyres P ZERO 245/50 R18 100Y Tubeless

Pirelli P ZERO

27,847
Size: 245/50 R18 100YType: Tubeless
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satyajit singhvia Google

Hi Siddharth, looking to change my 4 tyres in bmw 320d 2011 model from Rft to tubeless. Current tyres are of size 205/55 16. Should I keep the size same or increase to 215? Which brand would be best tyre
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Hello Satyajit,

I don't think there is any need to upsize to 215. 205 itself is quite a wide tyre. So best is to stick with it.

Yokohama AVS DB V550 would be a pretty good tyre to begin with. If you want something even better then go for Bridgestone Turanza GR90 .

However, if you are looking at an economical option then go for Bridgestone MY02 sporty styletyre.

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Naveen Sharma

I am having dezire diesel engine car from Suzuki company and in 35000 km my Bridgestone tyres are need to replace because of wear and tear. Kindly guide me why this is happening
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Hi Naveen,

Generally tyres lasts for about 40,000-50,000 km. However this figure is just an estimated figure. Tyre wear depends on number of factors like your driving style, general maintenance like alignment/balancing and checking tyre pressures regularly. 

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