Nissan Terrano Tyres

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Nissan Terrano wears tyres of 215/65 R16 size. There are 33 different tyre models available for Terrano from renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo and more. The most affordable tyre available for the Terrano is the Aeolus, which is priced at Rs. 5712 while the Vredestein at Rs. 35000 is the most expensive.

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  • ashish sharma asked 10 Nov 2017 12:28:42
    Q.
    which tyre is best for terrano 2014 model
    A.

    Hi Ashish,

    If you majorly drive your Nissan Terrano on highways or on city roads then go for Bridgestone Dueler D684 or Falken Wildpeak H/T01. They both are good tyres and offer a quiet and comfortable ride. In case you don't have a budget constraint then you can go for Michelin Primacy SUV. This tyre would offer excellent comfort, superb traction and long tread life.

    However, if you take your vehicle for off-roading or use it on rough terrains/roads, then Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S would be a pretty good tyre. It also fares pretty well on highways. The tyre is quite durable and resists cuts and abrasions quite easily. Wet and dry grip is great as well.

    Regards,

    Ramit

    Answered 10 Nov 2017 12:28:42
  • annamalai annamalai asked 05 Apr 2016 12:22:19
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    My Renault duster 110 xps has done 79,000 kms. Should I change to brigestone dueler or pirelli scorpion Atr? Which one is will be better?
    A.

    Hi, Pirelli scorpion ATR is a good off-road tyre but I think your main use will be on roads. Therefore, its better to go for road biased tyre. You can go for Pirelli Scorpion STR, Goodyear Wrangler HP/AW or Bridgestone Dueler. If given a choice I would go with Pirelli Scorpion STR. This is a road biased tyre that can do minor off-roading also. Regards

    Answered 05 Apr 2016 12:22:19

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