Car Tyre Brands and Reviews


Which brand you think make the best car tyres in India?


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Apollo: Apollo tyres are another Indian tyre manufacturer, which owns Dunlop tyres and has now even acquired a Dutch tyre company, Vredestein. The company manufactures tyres for cars, trucks, HCV, LCV, SUV, OTR and tractors. Apollo even manufactures asymmetric tyres for passenger cars.

Bridgestone: Bridgestone is a Japanese tyre manufacturer which holds a good grip in most of famous motorsporting events. Bridgestone is the sole supplier to the top notch motorsport known as Formula 1, supplies tyres to some Moto GP teams and many other racing events. Bridgestone is the second largest year manufacturing company after Michelin.

CEAT: Cavi Electrici Affini Torino (CEAT) an Italian based company is a part of Indian Automotive Industry since 1958. The company has two plants in India (Mumbai and Nashik) and it manufactures tyres for heavy-duty trucks and buses, Light commercial vehicles, earthmovers, forklifts, tractors, trailers, cars, motorcycles and Scooters and auto-rickshaws.

Continental: Continental is a German company which manufactures tyres, brake systems and other automotive spares and is the fourth largest tyre manufacturer in the world. The company produces tyres for passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles.

Goodyear: Goodyear is a tyre company based in the US, and it's the third largest tyre company across the globe. The company manufactures tyres for automobiles, race cars, commercial trucks, light trucks and aeroplanes. They have a great motorsporting background and Goodyear holds the maximum share for supplying tyres to Formula 1 in terms of number of years. Goodyear invented vulcanized rubber and its use in cars.

JK Tyre: JK Tyre like MRF is another Indian brand that manufactures tyres for passenger cars, tractors and commercial vehicles. JK also sponsors a huge number of Indian Motorsporting events like the JK National Rotax Karting Championship, and most of the Indian Rally and Formula championship held across the country. The manufacturer goes on to sponsor many Indian racing drivers like Narain Karthikeyan, Karun Chandhok and Armaan Ebrahim.

Michelin: Michelin is a French based company famous for their high speed tyres. The French rubber producer supplies tyres to most of the motorsporting events like GP2 racing, World Rally Championship (WRC) and many to follow. The single tyre supplier for all teams rule made Michelin quit the Formula 1 circus. Michelin tyres have built its image for manufacturing soft tyres which grip and handle well. Michelin is the largest tyre manufacturer (January 2009). Michelin is the pioneer of the radial ply tyres.

MRF: Madras Rubber Factory (MRF) manufactures tyres for cars, bikes and Formula racing in India. MRF's factory lies back in Chennai and the company has been promoting motorsports across the country through the MRF 4-stroke Karting Championship and a few rally championships. The rubber used by MRF on normal car tyre is a bit hard and tends to last longer than most of the other brands.

TVS Tyres: TVS Tyres manufacture tyres for two wheelers, three wheelers and agricultural applications like tractors. This is a child company of the TVS group.

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Bridgestone,continental,Michelins and Yokohama are good brands to have on your vehicles.
good info RSM.
 
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i prefer good year . but have not tried any other except bridgestone .

In our omni stock one mrf was for 10 long years and good year for another 10 years.

Now my marina runs good year at front.

i feel the Micheline have low Tyre noise
 
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Maxxis & Kuhmo are 2 good Korean brands. Cooper, an American brand is now available in India. The tyres are however manufactured in China.
 
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