Hyundai Verna 2020 Launching Soon: What to Look for?

Published On 03-May-2021By TyreDekho Team

The South Korean carmaker may announce the launch of the new 2020 Hyundai Verna anytime. Expected to hit the showrooms in April this year with a slight premium over the current Verna. It will see impressive exterior design coupled with latest gizmo additions in the interior feature list. The 2020 Hyundai Verna facelift will feature Kia Seltos sourced 1.5L petrol and diesel engines but with BS-VI compliance.

Hyundai Verna facelift

Coming to the tyres of new Verna, not much alteration is expected from Hyundai. The current set of wheel and rim dimensions are expected to continue with the latest model too. At present, there are two tyre sizes installed i.e. 185/65 R 15 and 195/55 R 16. The initial two trims namely E and EX are shod with 185/65 R 15 tyres and full wheel covers. Moreover, the higher trims SX and SX (O) are fitted with 195/55 R 16 tyres and diamond-cut alloy wheels. The spare tyre offered across all variants is 185/65 R 15 with steel wheel.

Many tyre makers in India offer tyre size of 185/65 R 15 and 195/55 R 16 tyres for Hyundai Verna sedan. Some of the leading tyre brand names include CEAT, Goodyear, Yokohama, Michelin, and Pirelli. Below is the detailed information on the tyre patterns offered by these famous tyre brands.

CEAT Secura Drive

CEAT SecuraDrive tyre Image

The premium tyre from CEAT is intended towards better high-speed control and minimum noise levels. Be it wet or dry road conditions, the tyre ensures safety with its excellent braking performance. Claimed to have proven records in European markets, the Ceat Secura Drive range tyre uses a compound that performs efficiently with superior silence levels. Its unique tread provides good stability and comfortable driving experience on longer routes.

Goodyear Assurance Triplemax

Goodyear Assurance TripleMax tyre Image

An OE tyre for many leading passenger car tyre brands, it’s developed with Indian road and weather conditions in mind. The tyre encompasses excellent braking under wet and dry setups, thanks to numerous sipes on the edges with large blocks. With the use of functionalized polymer compound and low rolling friction, it endows excellent fuel economy. A practical tyre with innovative polymers coupled with other technologies ensures controlled braking during sudden halt.

Yokohama BluEarth AE50

Yokohama BluEarth AE50 tyre Image

It’s an all-rounder tyre from Yokohama that promises balanced performance on every front – be it wet, dry, comfort or fuel-efficiency. The Yokoham BluEarth AE50 tyre uses a special rubber compound that promotes excellent maneuverability under city limits and highways. With innovative noise-controlled pitch element, it assures high silence levels, while the use of double silica results in high tread mileage. Moreover, asymmetric tread pattern with inner sipes guarantees even wear. 

Michelin Energy XM2

Michelin Energy XM2 tyre Image

One of the best selling tyres in Michelin India’s portfolio, Michelin Energy XM2 receives innovative compound for better tread life and excellent traction. The tyre has been extensively tested for shorter braking distance under wet with excellent outcomes. Claimed to offer better life than its segment rivals, it can be tagged as the ideal match of longevity, comfort and safety. Moreover, silica-based compound lessens rolling abrasions for greater fuel mileage. 

Pirelli P1 CINT Verde

Pirelli P1 CINTURATO VERDE tyre Image

A tailor-made tyre to suit the need of urban cars globally, the Pirelli P1 Cint Verde uses eco-friendly materials in the making and offers classy tread pattern for outstanding performance. Be it wet or dry, it offers comfort and safety on every kind of roads. The tread design is optimised to cut noise levels, while new mold profile aids in comfortable driving pleasure. Light-weight materials and aerodynamic sidewalls allow less CO2 emissions high fuel efficiency. 

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