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Choose from an array of tyres offered by renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo and many more for your Car. Simply select the model and its variant that you own and you will be presented with the available options. You can also compare various tyres before making your final decision.

Car Tyre Price List

Model NamePrice Range
Birla THUNDER
1 Sizes available
Rs.1130
Birla BT 446
1 Sizes available
Rs.1400
MRF ZEC
3 Sizes available
Rs.1690-2745
Apollo Amazer 3G
13 Sizes available
Rs.1800-3523
Birla BT 444
1 Sizes available
Rs.2000

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  • Apollo Amazer 3G
    Apollo Amazer 3G
    155/80 R13 79TTubeless
    Rs2600
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  • Bridgestone B290
    Bridgestone B290
    185/70 R14 88TTubeless
    Rs4800
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  • Michelin Energy XM2
    Michelin Energy XM2
    175/70 R13 82TTubeless
    Rs4980
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  • MRF ZVTS
    MRF ZVTS
    145/80 R12 74STube
    Rs2610
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  • MRF ZVTV
    MRF ZVTV
    165/70 R14 81STubeless
    Rs2900
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  • MRF ZV2K
    MRF ZV2K
    185/65 R14 86HTube
    Rs3444
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  • MRF ZLX
    MRF ZLX
    145/80 R12Tubeless
    Rs2495
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  • Apollo Amazer 4G Life
    Apollo Amazer 4G Life
    175/65 R14 82TTubeless
    Rs5465
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Frequently Asked Questions on Car Tyres

Which is the best Car tyre brand?

Choosing the right set of tyres is important for a safer ride. There are several tyre brands to choose from depending upon your budget and requirements. Apollo, Bridgestone, Michelin and MRF are some of the popular Car tyre brands for Indian roads.

Which tyre is best for a Car?

Amazer 3G, B290, Energy XM2, ZVTS and ZVTV are some of the popular tyres that can be fitted on various Car. These tyres are available in different sizes and specifications. Choose the one that fits your requirement.

How to choose tyres for your Car?

Choosing the right set of tyres can increase the entire performance of your vehicle, including fuel consumption and safety. To get the best from your vehicle, it is important that you have the right tyre size. To know the right size, it is, firstly, necessary to understand the abbreviation printed on the tyre sidewall, eg. 205/55 R 15, where 205 (mm) - or 20.5cm is the width of the tread on the tyre, 55 per cent is the height of the sidewall represented as a percentage of the tread width, R is Radial construction and 15 inches is the rim diameter of the wheel on which this tyre is designed to fit.

Which are the best tubeless tyres for Car?

There are various tyre brands that offer tubeless tyres for different Car. Amazer 3G, B290, Energy XM2, ZVTS and ZVTV are some of the popular tubeless tyres available in the market.

How long should Tyres last on a Car?

Average life of a tyre depends on how well the Car has been maintained, driving style, road conditions etc. Well, almost every Car manufacturer recommends their customers to replace the tyres after every 5 years, regardless of tread depth available on them. This is because Car tyres usually have a shelf-life of 5 years.

Which one is better between air and nitrogen for Car tyres?

Nitrogen-filled tyres tend to lose pressure much slowly than oxygen, which means that your tyre pressures will remain more stable over the long term. However, nitrogen is still not widely available in India, so you will find trouble locating the spots where you can find it. In case of normal air, you can top-off your Car’s tyres at any fuel station across the country. Topping up nitrogen also means an expense of Rs 10-20, depending on whether you are getting your vehicle’s tyres emptied and then filled with nitrogen or just topping them up.

What is the average pressure of a Car tyre?

You’ll find the manufacturer’s optimum or recommended tyre pressure for your car on a sticker in the door jamb, or in your owner’s manual. Some models even place the stickers on the trunk lid, in the console or on the fuel door. Recommended tyre pressure is usually between 30 and 35 PSI.

After how many kilometers should I change tyres of my Car?

It is advisable that you change the tyres of your Car after 40,000 km regardless of the amount of tread life left.

How to read Car tyres?

For example the code on a common fitment for Indian car is - 205/65 R15 95H.
  • 205 indicates the nominal section width of the tyre in millimeter
  • 65 indicates its aspect ratio, a comparison of the tyre's section height with its section width
  • R indicates radial ply construction.
  • 15 indicates the nominal diameter of the wheel rim (15 inches).
  • 95 represents a maximum load of 690kg per tyre; H represents a maximum speed of 210km/h
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What are the most common Car tyre sizes in India?

Tyres have rim diameter expressed in inches. Most common car tyre sizes available in India are 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 , 20, and 21 inches.

Which is the best Car tyre inflator?

Bergmann Typhoon, TUSA Digital, iBELL IBL CA12-95, and Michelin 12266, are some of the best portable Car tyre inflator available in the Indian market.

How to find Car tyre size?

The size of a tyre is printed onto the side of the tyre – on the area known as the sidewall. For example the code on a common fitment for Indian car is - 205/65 R15 95H
  • 205 indicates the nominal section width of the tyre in millimeter
  • 65 indicates its aspect ratio, a comparison of the tyre's section height with its section width
  • R indicates radial ply construction.
  • 15 indicates the nominal diameter of the wheel rim (15 inches).
  • 95 represents a maximum load of 690kg per tyre; H represents a maximum speed of 210km/h
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What is the difference between tubeless tyres and tube tyres?

A tube-type tyre comes with a an inflatable tube placed on the inside. The air in this tube doubles up as a cushion and makes for a smooth and comfortable riding experience even on an undulated tarmac.
A tubeless tyre, on the other hand, does not require a separate air tube inside it. The rim of the wheel and the tire form an airtight seal. The rate of deflation of these tyres is less as compared to the ones with tube.

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