Maxxis Tyres MA-Z1 245/45 ZR18 100W

Maxxis MA-Z1

  • 245/45 ZR18 100W
  • Tubeless
  • 6 Years
Price not available

Features

A tough radial that performs excellently on all surfaces including rough and rocky terrains.  
 
Features:
 
1) Specially formulated tread – Improves its braking ability at high speeds.
Benefit –Enables short stopping distances.
 
2) Deeper grooves – Disperses water quickly from under the radial.
Benefit –Prevents the vehicle from skidding.
 
3) High-tensile steel belts – Strengthened from the inside.
Benefit – Assists in increasing life span.

Specifications

  • Width
    245

    245 is the width in millimetres of the tyres cross section.

  • Aspect Ratio
    45

    45 is the Aspect Ratio, it is the ratio of the sidewall height to the cross section width.

  • Construction
    ZR

    Radial construction. R stands for radial-ply construction.

  • Rim
    R1

    R1 inches, stands for the diameter of the wheel that the tyre is designed to fit.

  • Speed Rating
    W

    W (270 kmph) is the speed rating i.e. the maximum speed for the tyre at full load.

Ask our Tyre expert

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

Ash

I use a Hyundai Santro Xing (2012 model). The car is mainly driven on highways with not very good road-surfaces. Recently, I noticed the front tyres on my car with uneven tyre wear on one-side. I took the car to the repair shop where I was told to replace the tyres because they are worn out due to improper wheel alignment. I wanted to know if it is really necessary to replace the tyres?

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A car that is being driven with misaligned wheels tends to ‘eat’ the rubber and causes uneven tyre wear. Driving a tyre with an uneven wear pattern will greatly reduce steering response- the car will tend to ‘pull away’ which will eventually be of great concern to you as a driver. It is advised that you replace the tyres asap (stick with the same tyre size and rating as before); get the wheel-alignment done and also have front suspension components such as tie rods and ball joints etc., checked

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Ramit Anand

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