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Apollo Amazer 3G Maxx 175/65 R14 82T


Goodyear DURAPLUS 185/65 R14 86H





  • Price (INR)
  • Models Supported
    10 Models Supported
    5 Models Supported

    Cars using Amazer 3G Maxx 175/65 R14 82T Tubeless

    Cars using DURAPLUS 185/65 R14 86H Tubeless

  • Handling
    This feature explains how good this tyre is in term of handling & response.
  • Fuel Saving
    This feature explains how much this tyre helps in improving vehicle fuel efficency.
  • Wet Grip
    This feature explains performance and control in wet road conditions.
  • Ride Comfort
    This feature explains how smooth and comfortable ride this tyre delivers.
  • Durability
    This feature provides an indication of tyre wear and tyre life
  • Reviews & Rating
    1 Review
    2 Reviews

    Reviews for Amazer 3G Maxx 175/65 R14 82T Tubeless

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    • By Posted on 03-03-2015 14:44:51

      The Apollo range of tyres have built an unrivaled reputation, and one can glimpse the essence of their brilliance through a radial such as this one. The Amazer 3G Maxx is built for an all rounded success. In addition to its powerful grip, wet traction, superior braking capacity and stable handling ability, the radial defines glory on new ranges. It keeps its vehicle gripped to the ground no matter how rough or slippery the road gets. It helps its driver swerve through the corners with the best braking capacity imaginable. And topping all this off, it also increases fuel economy considerably. The radial builds the best drive for its owner with top notch performance guarded by good safety, balance cornering ability, and a quiet as well as comfortable drive.

    Reviews for DURAPLUS 185/65 R14 86H Tubeless

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    • By Posted on 05-03-2015 15:53:29

      Goodyear has basked in acclaim for years, leading the tyre industry and raising standards by many lengths. This tyre proves their worth in this regard. It has a blend of the best characteristics a tyre could adorn. Along with fulfilling grip and a good braking capacity, it provides unwavering balance to the car through all twists and turns, keeping it stable all through. It has the most precise steering, also contributing to the car's control and handling. The radial takes its achievements further with a firm wet surface traction and good drainage action as well. It makes for the smoothest and most comfortable ride, with the least rolling resistance and lesser strain in motion. It also brings the fuel consumption down as a result, and allows for a quiet as well as comfortable ride. All in all, this model engraves itself in the echelons of best radials, which is sure to stand for years to come.

    • By Posted on 17-05-2019 15:16:30

      I first used Good Year tyres when they came as a OEM fitment in my 2002 Maruti Zen, the one that was fondly referred to for its Jelly-Bean shape. Ever since that time, I have been a loyal Good Year fan. Every car in my family has Good Years as their shoes. Though they lack utmost grip, the Good Year tyres are known for their durability. I have driven my second-gen Swift over very rough terrains in my hometown (Shillong) and the tyre is still holding strong even after covering over 36,800 kms. Of late, I am seeing some hikes in prices of Bridgestone tyres, though haven’t been able to check out other brands and can’t comment on whether this brand is the only one having this price hike.

  • Speed Rating (kmph)
    This indicates the maximum speed ( in kmph ) for the tyre when the vehicle is at full load.
  • Load Rating (Kg)
    Which corresponds to maximum weight ( In kilogram) a tyre can carry at full speed.
  • Width (mm)
  • Aspect Ratio (%)
    t is the ratio of the sidewall height’s to the cross section width.
  • Rim Size (Inches)
    This stands for the diameter of the wheel that the tyre is designed to fit.
  • Construction Type
    R stands for radial-ply construction. B stands for bias ply.
  • Warranty (Year)
    5 Years
    5 Years