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Alfa Romeo is an Italian luxury car manufacturer, highly recognised for its sporting vehicles having been a key participant in motor car racing since 1911.

It was founded on 24 June 1910 by Frenchman Alexandre Darracq in Milan. The company's name is a combination of the original name, Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili which was abbreviated to A.L.F.A, and the last name of entrepreneur Nicola Romeo, who took control of the company in 1915.

Frequent Asked Questions

What brand of tyres do Alfa Romeo use?

Alfa Romeo use a number of tyre models for their original fitment. These include the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2, Continental Premium Contact 2, and the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5. Blackcircles have a wide variety of tyre models that Alfa Romeo that are available online today.

What size are Alfa Romeo tyres?

The size of an Alfa Romeo tyre will vary depending on the car and tyre model. The original fitment sizes of Alfa Romeo cars range from around 235/55 R19 to 295/25 R20. At Blackcircles.com, there are a wide range of tyre models and sizes in stock that are available online today.

Are Alfa Romeo tyres run flat?

In the case of Alfa Romeo, some models do come with run flat tyres as the original equipment fitment. To find out if your Alfa Romeo requires run flat tyres, check your vehicle handbook. To find the best tyres for your specific vehicle, we would recommend entering your registration number into the Blackcircles.com search tool, where you will see the range of options available.

What should the tyre pressure be on Alfa Romeo?

The tyre pressure for Alfa Romeo vehicles cannot be generalised as it varies depending on the vehicle model and tyre size. To find the recommended tyre pressure for your Alfa Romeo, it's crucial to consult the vehicle owner's manual or check the label on the door jamb. These sources provide accurate information specific to your Abarth model, ensuring optimal tyre performance.

How do I reset the TPMS on an Alfa Romeo?

To reset the TPMS on your Alfa Romeo, ensure that your tyres are inflated to the recommended level. Locate the TPMS reset button, usually positioned below the steering wheel. Alternatively, access the reset option through the vehicle's onboard system, available in the car's settings. Press and hold the reset button or select the reset option in the system. Wait for a confirmation message to appear to ensure the reset was successful. For specific instructions on your Alfa Romeo model, refer to your vehicle's handbook.

How much do Alfa Romeo tyres cost?

When buying tyres for an Alfa Romeo there is a wide range of tyre options, and the prices can vary from mid-range to premium, depending on the tyre model, size, and performance characteristics.

How to change an Alfa Romeo tyres

The first step is to purchase the correct size tyre for your Alfa Romeo. The size of the tyre is usually printed on the side of the tyre itself. Then, using a jack, raise the car and place it on jack stands. Remove the wheel cover and any wheel nuts that are in the way. Carefully remove the wheel and then the tyre. Then, place the new tyre on the wheel and replace the wheel nuts and the wheel cover. Finally, lower the car and tighten the wheel nuts securely. When changing an Alfa Romeo's tyres, it is important to use the correct tools and to follow the manufacturer's instructions. Using the wrong tools or not following the manufacturer's instructions can lead to damage to the car or its tyres.

Is it Alfa Romeo tyres or tires?

Both "Alfa Romeo tyres" and "Alfa Romeo tires" are correct versions of the search term, with the spelling varying based on your country. The term "Alfa Romeo tires" is more commonly used in places like America, whereas "tyres" is more likely to be used in the UK.