Originally Posted by sameerdb
Hey Ish Agarwal,
You are scaring me with this.
I got MRFs with my new Ecosport.
Is it advisable to change it to Goodyears??
Nothing to worry mate......
Although the Goodyears are better than MRF , i really think no need to replace them paying 12-13K. Just keep on rolling these...& once they get worn out can upgrade them later....
The reviews stated by me are from the reviews on ES from other forums as well as people using MRF on other cars also..
and we can really do nothing as preference of tires is not available on ES & neither will the dealer replace them with any other ES without taking the cost. ( i confirmed with mine Dealer)
Plz go through the review provided below picked from other forum regarding MRF on ES:
rubber was another spoilsport. Our test car was shod with MRF ZV2K tyres that were absolutely useless. They'd start wailing at the slightest opportunity. With such a brilliant chassis, the MRFs greatly let us down. Thankfully, there are 2 tyre options available in the EcoSport. We had a run on the Goodyear Assurance tyres and found them to offer far better grip. Between the two, our pick would definitely be the GoodYears."