Choosing tyres is not always easy. Is it better to go for a lower cost tyre that may not last as long or should you opt for the most expensive ones you can afford because they will have a longer life? It often comes down to the way you drive as well as the sort of car your own. Read on to discover more about choosing tyres that will suit your car.
Aston Martin Tyres
You can get Aston Martin tyres for your vehicle from Point S dealers all over the country. One of the best things to do is to ask which premium brand tyres are on offer. You don’t need to purchase the same model of tyre that is being removed even if it has been specifically designed for your type of Aston Martin. If there is no special offer that is tempting you, then a good alternative way to save money is to look at end-of-line tyre models. Sometimes, bargains can be found for perfectly good tyres which are only a little older than the current ones.
As an American carmaker, you might think that the choice of tyres you should restrict yourself to is limited. However, many of the big European tyre brands – such as Continental and Michelin, for example – function perfectly well with Chryslers. Only if you have a vintage model will you be better off looking at BF Goodrich or Uniroyal, for instance, since these are likely to be more in keeping with your vehicle. You may not want your Chrysler to look like a hot-rod but if you do, then obtaining the right look with an American tyre brand is definitely worth it.
On several Audi models, the German car manufacturer makes a great deal of fuss about the tyres the car is supplied with. Supposedly, these offer improved performance due to their unique design. That said, many other tyre makers may be able to offer similar levels of performance at a fraction of the cost, especially if there happens to be a special offer on. Talk to Point S about the various options there are for Audis. You can get some independent advice which is given freely and impartially.