When it comes to key components in your new or used PEUGEOT car, few are as important as your tyres. As the only point of contact between your car and the road, it’s essential that you’re able to rely on your tyres to provide the grip you need for safer motoring. In fact, tyres that are not working at maximum capacity can well be illegal and compromise the efficiency of your motoring, so it pays to regularly check and replace your tyres.
At Snows PEUGEOT in Hampshire, Berkshire and West Sussex, our team of experienced technicians will be able to advise you on the current condition of your tyres and help replace them when necessary.
When choosing tyres for your PEUGEOT Electric vehicle, there are different factors to consider which are not present in a combustion engine vehicle.
The rolling resistance level indicates the efficiency of your tyres. This impacts the range of your electric car and therefore, new, efficient tyres help to maximise the distance that you can drive on a single charge. When reading your new tyres information, check for the electricity sign.
Your electric car also benefits from reduced cabin noise and examining the noise performance of your tyres is important to ensure a quiet driving experience. When looking at your new tyres information, look for a low db level and an A/B/C noise classification.
With an electric car, you may want to have your tyres tested more frequently to guarantee maximum efficiency. Our expert technicians at Snows PEUGEOT will make sure that your tyres tread depths and pressures are correct with a FREE tyre check.
Get the excellent grip levels and durability you expect plus more, with our PEUGEOT Approved Eurorepar Reliance tyres. Having the correct tyres fitted can improve the performance of your car and help save fuel.
There are 23 tyre sizes available - 14” up to 17” so whether you drive the PEUGEOT 108 or the 5008 SUV, we have the right tyre for your car.
Every two weeks, you should check the pressure of your tyres before you drive on them.
You should check the tread depth of your tyres regularly. Look out for cuts, cracks and other signs of damage.
Tyres should be replaced when the tread depth goes below 3mm. The legal minimum is 1.6mm.
Speak to a member of the aftersales team at Snows PEUGEOT today to learn more about the used PEUGEOT tyres we have available. We’ll be able to help find replacement tyres at a price that suits you.