Hyundai I10 Tyres

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36 different tyre models are available for the Hyundai I10 , which wears tyres of 155/80 R13 size. The most affordable tyre available for the scorpio is the GreenAce AG02, which is priced at Rs. 1846. The TURANZA AR20 at Rs. 4410 is the most expensive tyre available for the I10.

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    • pankaj kalta asked 01 Jan 2020 10:22:16
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      \\nCan i go for tyre upsizing in venue S 1.2 lt variant and if yes then what is the Recommended size so that my suspension and mileage remain unaffected\\n
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      If you opt for upsizing in any of the car/bike model performance in terms of fuel efficiency, handling, and others are bound to affect. There is no way they can go unaffected, as manufacturers perform an extensive R&D to get the right set of tyres in order to seize maximum performance and mileage from the vehicle. Nevertheless, considering all the factors if you still want to move ahead with tyre upsize the 205/65 R15 tyre size will be suitable for the present 195/65 R15 tyre in your Hyundai Venue.

      Answered 07 Jan 2020 12:00:00
    • nishant sinha asked 30 Dec 2019 09:20:44
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      For Xcent petrol S (o) 2015 model
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      The tyre size of your Hyundai Xcent sedan is of 165/65 R14 and the available options are Apollo Amazer 3G MAXX, Yokohama Earth 1 E400, CEAT Milaze, Michelin Energy XM2, Bridgestone B290, etc.

      Answered 07 Jan 2020 12:00:00
    • jiteshkumar dhirajlal asked 30 Dec 2019 12:16:38
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      For my Hundai Xcent which tyre size is best and which upsize is possible without any problems
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      Hyundai Xcent sedan is fitted with 165/65 R14 tyre size, some of the best fit tyres for it include Apollo Amazer 3G MAXX, CEAT Milaze in the budget price range, while Michelin Energy XM2, Bridgestone B290, etc. fall in the premium range. Upsizing of tyre is not recommeded by any car manufacturer for its car, as it impacts on the overall performance and fuel mileage of the vehicle, still if you are interested to go with the upsize choice the tyre size 175/65 R14 will be best fit for current 165/65 R14 tyres. With this upgrade you will not have issues related to tyre scrapping the wheel, etc., but may impact fuel efficiency a bit.

      Answered 07 Jan 2020 12:00:00

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