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Q: What brand of tyres are the best for a car?

I have a Peugeot 207 and was wondering what brand of tyres are the best to buy?

8 years 27 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Hangzhou

 
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Just remember that China still purchases items such as tires on a third-world level....

Old tired found in junk piles in the woods in America are re-cut to look new and sold here. There is no real standard. So it is more trust in the store that sells you the tires, not trust in the brand itself.

Oh yeah, and check the lug nuts afterwards. Went to a Good Year shop after having a flat one October holiday and they didn't tighten the nuts at all. The Chinese didn't even question the wobble until I could get them to stop on the side of the road and fix the problem before the tire completely came off.

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got michellin, toyo, pirrelli, lots?? ,, get the round ones, the ones with the flat spot don't work good.

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Man Oh Man so much for the holiday!! Wink

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the ones that are flat on 1 side lmao no no goodyear i put them on my suv here

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Not sure what it is as I bought it second hand, I know it is 2 years old in November, it goes pretty good, power wise, but it doesn't have a badge for the capacity on the side. It has black vents on the passenger side bonnet if that is a help.
Tyres is the way we spell it in Australia otherwise we would go to sleep!! Wink

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Michelin pilot....without doubt!! Cool

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Hankook, Good korean brand

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