Hero MotoCorp Ignitor Tyres

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The Hero MotoCorp Ignitor wears a 80/100 R17 tyre at the front and a 100/90 R17 tyre at the rear. At Rs. 1250, the Zapper FS 1 is the cheapest front tyre available for the ignitor, while the Conti Go, which retails at Rs. 1800 is the most expensive front tyre available for the ignitor. Priced at Rs. 1500, the Blaster Pro is the most affordable rear tyre for the ignitor. The SPORT DEMON at Rs. 5500 is the costliest rear tyre for the ignitor.
59 Tyres found
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MRF Tyres Zapper Q 100/90 R17 Tubeless

MRF Zapper Q

1,775
Size: 100/90 R17Type: Tubeless
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770
Ralco Tyres Gripper 100/90 R17 Tube

Ralco Gripper

Price Not Available
Size: 100/90 R17Type: Tube
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368
CEAT Tyres Zoom XL F 80/100 R17 46P Tubeless

CEAT Zoom XL F

1,340
Size: 80/100 R17 46PType: Tubeless
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324
MRF Tyres MoGrip Meteor 100/90 R17 Tubeless

MRF MoGrip Meteor

1,750
Size: 100/90 R17Type: Tubeless
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215
MRF Tyres Masseter-X 100/90 R17 Tubeless

MRF Masseter-X

2,175
Size: 100/90 R17Type: Tubeless
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185
Ralco Tyres Blaster Pro 100/80 R17 Tubeless

Ralco Blaster Pro

1,500
Size: 100/80 R17Type: Tubeless
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185
MRF Tyres Masseter-X 80/90 R17 M FX Tubeless

MRF Masseter-X

1,410
Size: 80/90 R17 M FXType: Tubeless
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177
MRF Tyres Zapper FS 1 80/100 R17 Tubeless

MRF Zapper FS 1

1,250
Size: 80/100 R17Type: Tubeless
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154
CEAT Tyres ZOOM XL 100/90 R17 Tubeless

CEAT ZOOM XL

1,700
Size: 100/90 R17Type: Tubeless
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Vinayak Prabhuvia Google

i wanted tubeless tyre for my achiever bike

Hi Vinayak,

For your Achiever, I would recommend you to go for MRF Zapper FS for front and MRF Zapper-C for rear.

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Naveen Sharma

I am having dezire diesel engine car from Suzuki company and in 35000 km my Bridgestone tyres are need to replace because of wear and tear. Kindly guide me why this is happening
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Hi Naveen,

Generally tyres lasts for about 40,000-50,000 km. However this figure is just an estimated figure. Tyre wear depends on number of factors like your driving style, general maintenance like alignment/balancing and checking tyre pressures regularly. 

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