Here Are The Best Tyres For Tata Tigor
Published On 2020-02-13 18:27:38 90 views
2020 Tigor ditches diesel engine, adds AMT option and shuns 13-inch tyres
The ‘Styleback’ sedan from Tata Motors, Tigor was recently launched in the price bracket of Rs 5.75-7.49 lakh (ex-showroom). The mid-life update sees fresh styling on the exteriors and equipment list enhancement inside. The addition of AMT choice and adieu to the 13-inch radials (base variant) are some of the welcome changes, while the missing 1.05L diesel motor can be a jolt for some. The most affordable sedan in India with 4-star Global NCAP ratings will now run on the BS6 compliant 1.2L engine (84PS / 114Nm) with the transmission choice of 5-speed manual and AMT. The front gets revised bumper, updated grille and new set of DRL fog lamps, while inside sees new 3-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel, digital instrument cluster, etc.
The base variant of initial Tigor was fitted with 155/80 R 13 tyres, followed by 175/65 R 14 and 175/60 R 15 tyres for mid and high-end variants respectively. The 2020 Tata Tigor variants XE, XM, XZ, XMA now get upgraded 175/65 R 14 radials with hub caps for XE and full wheel covers for XM, XZ and XMA. And the XZ+ and XZA+ sport 175/60 R 15 tyres with dual-tone diamond-cut alloy wheels.
So if you are looking to swap your tyres with new ones below are the tyre patterns offered by well-known tyre brands in India for Tata Tigor sedan.
CEAT Milaze X3 (155/80 R 13, 175/65 R 14)
Price: Rs 2839, 4150 (approximately)
The high mileage yielding and best value for money tyre from CEAT receive robust tubeless construction. The tread design imbibed with rigid shoulder blocks allows better stability and surefooted grip irrespective of surface (wet or dry). Use of unique compound and other advanced raw materials ensures uneven wear and longer tread life. Also known as 1 lakh kilometre tyre, it fights city road undulations well without deformity and maintains stability.
Michelin Energy XM2 (155/80 R 13, 175/65 R 14)
Price: Rs 3764, 4932 (approximately)
Gradually becoming the most-sought passenger car tyre in its segment, Michelin Energy XM2 needs no introduction for its consistency and maintenance-free life. Intended towards youth – who look for perfection in every aspect – it gets a balance of performance, mileage and safety. Wear-resistant compound and innovative tread design ensure effective traction and shorter dry/wet braking distance than its competitors.
Bridgestone B290 (155/80 R 13, 175/65 R 14, 175/60 R 15)
Price: Rs 3907, 4850, 5729 (approximately)
The premium B-series tyre is developed specifically for Indian road conditions. The tyre claims to deliver the best of everything; be it fuel economy, longevity, or grip. The smooth tread pattern ensures optimum comfort and agility during long route drives. The all-rounder passenger car tyre known for its reliability under varied weather situations ascertains apt traction in dry and better water evacuation ability under wet.
Yokohama Earth-1 E400 & BluEarth AE50 (175/60 R 15)
Price: Rs 4313 & 4843 (approximately)
The Earth series tyre by Yokohama gets unique construction to tackle city road undulations. The special compound and double silica ensure quality grip and higher tread life. The handling performance is improved on wet roads thanks to the sipes for effective grip and straight grooves for excellent water scattering under damp setups. Advanced-grade carbon and integration of eco-friendly raw materials result in wear resistance and less CO2 emissions.
Goodyear Assurance DuraPlus (175/65 R 14)
Price: Rs 3444 (approximately)
The highly durable tyre from Goodyear receives patented DuPont Kevlar technology to encounter road abuses during city drives and maintain high traction. The long-lasting tyre with stiff sidewall structure and Durawall compound assures required firmness and allows confident corner at high speeds. Moreover, the improved fuel efficiency is resulted due to the integration of lightweight materials. Priced economically, the Assurance series tyre vouches for exceptional resilience on Indian roads.
Other popular tyre patterns in this segment comprise of Continental Conti Comfort Contact CC5, Apollo Amazer 4G Life, Pirelli P6 Cint, and MRF ZVTS.