My Maruti Suzuki eeco running is 34000 kms.
Rear left tyre has wear out very much..
Also im planning to change all 4 tyres.
Kindly suggest me which type of tyre will suit my car.
No. of passengers in car is 7-8. Also what is difference between standard and LT varienRead More
Considering that your car has only done 34,000 km, it's too early for next set of tyres. Normally, a set of tyres wears off in around 50,000 km. For longer tyre life it's important to perform trival maintenance tasks. Read more about it here- http://tyres.cardekho.com/news/?p=115. Coming to your next point, the standard and LT tyres that you mention simply means that standard tyre is for normall passenger cars and LT (Light truck) tyres are generally used in commercial vehicles and often have higher load rating. However, the passenger car tyres will be provide better ride quality. For the Maruti Versa I will recommend you to used passenger car tyres. This is the list of tyres available on tyredekho.com- http://tyres.cardekho.com/maruti-tyres/eeco-tyres. I will recommend you to go for Apollo Amazer 4G tyres as they are decent performer and also offers good value.
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For Maruti Swift vxi 2013, all tyres have completed 45000 km . Pl guide me in selecting new tyres
Since all the tyres have been used for around 45000 kms, it is in your best interest to change all of them. While I would be better able to suggest tyres on the basis of your requirements and basic needs, yet , I would try to cover as many bases as possible.
If you want tyres that offer decent performance but have longer tread life, then MRF ZV2K would be a good option. The downside is that these tyres are a bit noisy, especially at high speeds.
In case you want something better, then Yokohama Earth-1 would be a very good option. Not only are these tyres reasonably priced, but they also offer great traction, comfort and handling. Even the tread life is quite good.
Both these tyres offer superior traction, excellent handling and a very comfortable ride quality. While Bridgestone is more durable on rough roads, Michelin tyres offer better ride comfort and enhanced tyre life.