34 different tyre models are available for the Hyundai Elantra,
which wears tyres of 205/60 R16 size. The most affordable tyre available for the elantra is the KR-10,
which is priced at Rs. 3400.
The TURANZA GR90 at Rs. 10500 is the most expensive tyre available for the elantra.
I recently bought Hyundai Elantra diesel AT, it currently runs on Hankook 205/60/16 and I am looking to replace the OEM tyre and alloys. I am not surewhat size of tyre should I go for. The options i had in mind were:
Also which brand of tyre should i opt for, i want a comfortable ride without compromising on grip and performance.
If i upsize to 17 inch will it affect the suspension and the fuel efficiency a lotRead More
Hello Naval Pradeep,
You should go for 215/60 R16 tyre size as it will offer better road grip and more responsive braking without impacting the ride quality and handling.
Rest of the sizes mentioned by you are low profile tyres which would hamper the ride quality due to reduced side profile. The rims/alloys may also get damaged easily over rough tarmac.
You should go for Michelin Primacy 3ST. These tyres offer excellent ride quality, superior grip, precise handling and a very long tread life.
You may also go for Bridgestone Turanza T001. This tyre is on par with Michelin in terms of grip and performance but lacks slightly in terms of ride quality.
You can upsize to 17" alloys. It will not have any impact on fuel efficiency or ride quality. In fact, opting for tyres in 17" rims would offer better road grip and more responsive braking.
But it is an expensive affair.
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I have i10 and need to replace now. Pl let me which brand is safer and durable.
These two things are contradicting. A softer compound will offer good grip for better braking under emergency situations but will wear out faster. Harder rubber will last long but braking performance will be poorer. You have to find balance based on your usage.
I'd recommend the Michelin Energy XM2. It has only three centre gutters in the centre to hold water on wet roads as there more channels to push it outward. That increases the amount of rubber in contact with the surface. So you get good dry and wet weather grip with more rubber to shred before it's time to replace.