User Reviews for CEAT Tyres
My first-gen Yamaha Fazer has been rocking the Ceat Gripp motorcycle tyres and it has been a pretty satisfactory experience. Though the bike doesn’t come with an anti-lock braking system (ABS), the tyres provide enough grip to ensure that the bike stops in a mannered way, even during emergency braking. The fact that these tyres are designed for wading-off rainwater, thanks to their deep grooves on the surface, helps a ton in making them one of the best tyres to use while riding in heavy rains. However, I have found that the sidewall of these tyres isn’t as strong as some of the others and thus owners need to be careful of not scraping the tyres on a pavement or big rock.
Better grip and comfort
I have been using CEAT tyres in my car from last 2 years and haven't faced any big issues while driving on bad roads as well. Have a good driving experience in terms of comfort, grip, tyre noise, and performance. Tyres truly justify their cost. They give smooth and quite better riding experience.
Value for money
I was looking to buy a new tyre for my bike, at first I was a little bit confused which brand should I buy. But on a friend's recommendation I opted CEAT tyre for my bike. The price was reasonable, the technician at the CEAT showroom were helpful and till date, I have not encountered any problem. For me, it has done the job of value for money.
I think CEAT is one of the best tires company in India compare to MRF. Cost is Higher then MRF but it is flexible and long tour tires and my dad always go with CEAT and I Think My dad is right.
The only thing is that when you take curves in a speed of 60km/h or above you will feels like that the vehicle is gone out of control.. Just like slipping... Which is not happened while using the stock one which is MRF NYLOGRIP
Pretty good tyre
bought it last month and it performed beyond expectation