Suzuki Access Tyres

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The Suzuki Access wears a 90/100 R10 tyre at the front and a 90/100 R10 tyre at the rear.At Rs. 925, the Zapper is the cheapest front tyre available for the Access,while the CITY PRO, which retails at Rs. 2138 is the most expensive front tyre available for the Access.Priced at Rs. 925, the Zapper is the most affordable rear tyre for the Access.The CITY PRO at Rs. 2138 is the costliest rear tyre for the Access.

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  • vikash mistri asked 30 Dec 2019 04:33:53
    Q.
    Which tyre use in gixxer
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    If you want to go for performance tyre for your Suzuki Gixxer you can choose from Pirelli Angel City (front and rear) and Metzeler Sportec Street (front and rear). Moreover if need a budget tyre the options are MRF Nylo grip Zapper (front), MRF Revz (rear), CEAT Zoom (rear), CEAT secura Zoom (front), Ralco Blaster Magic (front).

    Answered 07 Jan 2020 12:00:00
  • sri karthik sanku asked 18 Feb 2019 12:39:15
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    For access 125SE \\nWhich tyre i want to replace for best milage.\\nMy New Access 125SE brought in Sep21 in 2017.\\nThe km driven by 12k the was mrf zapper.\\nChoose me for best one please.
    A.

    Hi Sri Karthik, You can choose between TVS Pancer-II and CEAT Gripp Scooter tyre. They both would offer good grip and tread life. But if your usage is mostly over rough and uneven roads then go for CEAT Gripp. Regards,
    Ramit

    Answered 18 Feb 2019 12:39:15
  • gangadhar ganga asked 17 Jan 2019 12:39:59
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    I want to change my return wheel tyre for suzuki access 125, 2014 model. Please suggest the right type.\\n
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    Hello Gangadhar, You can choose between TVS Pancer-II and CEAT Gripp Scooter tyre. They both would offer good grip and tread life. But if your usage is mostly over rough and uneven roads then go for CEAT Gripp. Regards,
    Ramit  

    Answered 17 Jan 2019 12:39:59

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