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How much is a new tyre?


The cost of a new tyre can depend on several factors. These include but are not limited to type of vehicle you have, the size of the tyre you need, the brand of tyre and the type of tyre.

What type of vehicle do you have?

Different vehicles require different tyres. This affects the price.

For example, the tyres required for a sports car are generally more expensive than those which will fit on a standard family sedan.

What is the size of the tyre you need?

The size of the tyre will also impact the cost.

Tyres come in a wide variety of sizes - the price varies depending on this. The larger the tyre, the more money the tyre costs, generally.

The cost of a new tyre can range anywhere from £30 to several hundred pounds, depending on the factors mentioned above.

Tyre Category

The category of tyre will also plays a factor in the cost of a new tyre. As a general rule of thumb, you find that budget tyres are the cheapest option. Thanks to a number of cost cutting factors in the design and development of the tyres. These are followed by mid range tyres - those brands which carefully balance between performance and cost - and then premium tyres. Premium tyres cost the most, as they use the latest in design practise and technologies.