You can start with MRF ZV2K. It is a decent tyre and offers confident weta dn dry braking with a good tread life. However, if your priority is tread life then go for CEAT Milaze X3. CEAT says that this tyre lasts up to 1 lakh kms and offers good grip and comfort.
If you are interested in getting a tyre that offers better grip, handling and comfort then Yokohama Earth-1 would be a very good choice. However, a top of the line tyre in terms of grip, comfort, handling and safety would be Michelin Energy XM2.
I have mentioned tyres in the increasing order of their prices. So, MRF ZV2K costs the least of the lot while Michelin is the most expensive one.
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For my Zen estilo vxi 2010 model.
MRF ZLX would be a good tyre for your Zen Estilo VXI. It offers a well-cushioned ride quality along with good grip over wet and dry surfaces.
If you want a tyre that delivers superb tread life then go for CEAT MIlaze X3 tyre. CEAT claims that this tyre has a tread life of around 1 lakh kms. It fares good on grip and comfort levels too.
However, if you are looking at something top og the line in terms of grip, comfort and handling then go for Bridgestone Turanza ER60. It is one of the best tyres out there with respect to comfort, safety and tread life, but is a bit on the expensive side.