Hyundai Elite i20 Tyres

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Kenda Tyres KR-23 185/65 R14 86H Tubeless

Kenda KR-23

Size: 185/65 R14 86HType: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZV2K 185/70 R14 88S Tubeless


Size: 185/70 R14 88SType: Tubeless
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Nexen Tyres CP 661 185/70 R14 88T Tubeless

Nexen CP 661

Size: 185/70 R14 88TType: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZLO 185/70 R14 88T Tubeless


Size: 185/70 R14 88TType: Tubeless
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Yokohama Tyres AA01 185/65 R14 86H Tubeless

Yokohama AA01

Size: 185/65 R14 86HType: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZV2K 185/65 R14 86H Tubeless


Size: 185/65 R14 86HType: Tubeless
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CEAT Tyres GRIPP LN 185/70 R14 88H Tubeless


Size: 185/70 R14 88HType: Tubeless
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JK Tyres Vectra 185/60 R15 84T Tubeless

JK Vectra

Size: 185/60 R15 84TType: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZVTS 185/70 R14 Tubeless


Size: 185/70 R14Type: Tubeless
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narendra gopalvia Google

i m thinking change my tyre with yokohama tryes.bcz i m buying new ELITE i20 car . the showroom has recommended yokohama 16 inchs tyre with mag wheel
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Hi Narendra,

Mag wheels are good, 16 " tyres would be good too and Yokohama is far everything seems to be quite good. Yokohama A- Drive would be a good tyre to begin with. In case you want something better then go for Yokohama S- Drive.

However, keep in mind that these are performance oriented tyres. So while they will offer great performance and handling, they will wear out relatively soon as they are made up of soft rubber compound for high grip levels. In case you are looking at something which offers quiet and comfortable ride quality and has longer tyre life then go for Continental Conti Max Contact MC5.


Siva Prasadvia Google

I have i10 and need to replace now. Pl let me which brand is safer and durable.

Hi Siva,


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.

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Falken Sincera is another option that's also cheaper than the XM2 but won't last as long as the XM2.

Both of these tyres will be quieter and grippier than the factory tyres you got with your car. The improvement will be noticeable.



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