Citroen Car Tyres
Citroen the major French manufacturer has recently revamped their range, modernising the look of nearly all their models. Citroen produce good quality cars which are available in a wide variety of styles that should suit most pockets.
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Citroen Saxo 1.1 SX - 165/70 13 T Michelin E3A
The Citroen Saxo is much loved by the younger driver, it is priced well and has numerous options available with which to customize your vehicle. Now replaced by the Citroen C2 it is still an extremely common site on the UK’s roads. There is also a hot hatch version available (the VTR) that rivals the Golf GTi for performance. As the car is mainly designed as a town car then comfort will be a major requirement from the tyres. Alternatives to the Michelin tyre would be the Pirelli P3000 or the Continental Eco contact. A good budget option would be either the Falken or the Kleber tyre for comfort and longer life
Citroen Xsara - 195/60 15 V Goodyear
Citroen’s mid range family car offers a high standard of styling and added options without forcing the price too high. The drive and build quality (whilst not the best in class) are still at high enough levels to cope with the rigors of family life. As this is a family vehicle the tyres should provide a quiet and comfortable drive but still provide good levels of grip in both the wet and dry to ensure the occupants safety. Options for the tyres would be the Bridgestone ER30 or the Michelin E3A. Also the Pirelli P6000 would prove an excellent choice. A budget option for this car would be the Kleber Dynaxer.
Citroen C5 - 215/55 16 V Michelin Pilot Primacy
The C5 is Citroen’s attack on the corporate car market. The Citroen C5 is a big motorway cruiser with excellent levels of equipment to keep even the most demanding driver satisfied. Like most French cars it has a soft suspension setting that glides down the motorway but can make country roads a little unsettling. Prices are cheap but residuals are very weak. The size of the car means that space for the occupants is excellent. Tyre options should complement the set up of the car. Providing a smooth quiet ride. The Continental Eco Contact would work well with this vehicle as would the Dunlop Sport 01 tyre. Also another good option would be the Pirelli P6000 Powergy.
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