Hyundai i20 Active Tyres

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46 different tyre models are available for the Hyundai i20 Active, which wears tyres of 195/55 R16 size. The most affordable tyre available for the i20-active is the ECO Touring Ace AG03, which is priced at Rs. 3371. The Energy XM2 at Rs. 8445 is the most expensive tyre available for the i20-active.
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Continental Tyres ContiMaxContact MC5 195/55 R16 FR 87V

Continental ContiMaxContact MC5

8,000
Size: 195/55 R16 FR 87V 
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Bridgestone Tyres MY02 Sporty Style 195/55 R16 87V Tubeless

Bridgestone MY02 Sporty Style

7,750
Size: 195/55 R16 87VType: Tubeless
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Michelin Tyres Energy XM2 195/55 R16 87V Tubeless

Michelin Energy XM2

8,445
Size: 195/55 R16 87VType: Tubeless
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Apollo Tyres Alnac 4G 195/55 R16 87H Tubeless

Apollo Alnac 4G

5,800
Size: 195/55 R16 87HType: Tubeless
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Bridgestone Tyres B290 195/55 R16 87T Tubeless

Bridgestone B290

8,220
Size: 195/55 R16 87TType: Tubeless
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Aeolus Tyres PrecisionAce AH02 195/55 R16 87V Tubeless

Aeolus PrecisionAce AH02

4,918
Size: 195/55 R16 87VType: Tubeless
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Yokohama Tyres BluEarth AE50 195/55 R16 87V Tubeless

Yokohama BluEarth AE50

7,050
Size: 195/55 R16 87VType: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZVTV 195/55 R16 Tubeless

MRF ZVTV

7,130
Size: 195/55 R16Type: Tubeless
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CEAT Tyres SecuraDrive 195/55 R16 Tubeless

CEAT SecuraDrive

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Size: 195/55 R16Type: Tubeless
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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.

Here's the link:

https://tyres.cardekho.com/michelin/energy-xm2/155-80-r13-79t-tubeless

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

https://tyres.cardekho.com/falken/sincera-sn835/155-80-r13-79t-tubeless

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

 

--Mahesh

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. 

Regards

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Ramit Anand

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