Chevrolet Tavera Tyres

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Chevrolet Tavera wears tyres of 205/65 R15 size. There are 59 different tyre models available for Tavera from renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo and more. The most affordable tyre available for the Tavera is the Kenda, which is priced at Rs. 2850 while the Apollo at Rs. 9115 is the most expensive.

59 Tyres Found

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  • MRF ZV2K
    MRF ZV2K
    205/65 R15 94HTube
    Rs5595
    • iconWet Grip
    • iconLow noise
    • iconBetter Braking
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  • Bridgestone PREMIUM CAB
    Bridgestone PREMIUM CAB
    205/65 R15 99STubeless
    Rs5300
    • iconLow noise
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  • MRF ZVT
    MRF ZVT
    205/65 R15 94STubeless
    Rs4850
    • iconWet Grip
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  • Pirelli P7
    Pirelli P7
    205/65 R15 94HTubeless
    Rs5954
    • iconFuel Efficient
    • iconWet Grip
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  • Kenda Komet Plus KR23
    Kenda Komet Plus KR23
    205/65 R15 94HTubeless
    Rs2850
    • iconFuel Efficient
    • iconWet Grip
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  • Yokohama C.drive AC01
    Yokohama C.drive AC01
    205/65 R15 99HTubeless
    Rs4400
    • iconFuel Efficient
    • iconWet Grip
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  • Yokohama Earth-1
    Yokohama Earth-1
    205/65 R15 94HTubeless
    Rs6500
    • iconFuel efficient
    • iconWet Grip
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  • Bridgestone B390
    Bridgestone B390
    205/65 R15 94STube
    Rs5500
    • iconLow noise
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  • Goodyear DURAPLUS
    Goodyear DURAPLUS
    205/65 R15 99HTubeless
    Rs4680
    • iconFuel Efficient
    • iconWet Grip
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  • senthilkumar asked 14 Jan 2016 12:48:40
    Q.
    I have Chevy tavera 2012 model for my own use. I have completed 72000 kms with OEM Bridestone tyres with smooth driving. The people at alignment shop said that it will run more than 5000 kms. Should I continue with that or change to new tyres?
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    Hi Sir, 72,000 kms is quite a lot of mileage for a single set of tyres. Generally, tyres need replacement at about 50000 kms. However, it won't be possible to suggest if you need new set of tyres without inspecting the tyres. You can test the tread depth yourself to decide on that. Take a 1 rupee coin place it between the tyre tread. if the head of ashoka is visible from the side then you should replace the tyres. Also read: Importance of tread depth  Regards

    Answered 14 Jan 2016 12:48:40

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