Tyre Help

Joe_3490

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Sep 20, 2010
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Good Morning

My 2014 Toledo requires 2 new tyres and upon looking at new tyres I am getting confused about the ratings for the rolling resistant's, I want a tyre that is not to expensive but not going to chuck me off the road, Any recommendations

Am I right in thinking a tyre that has higher RR rating may be lower on fuel economy but have better grip. My tyre size is 215/45/16/86H

TIA

Joe
 

Joe_3490

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Sep 20, 2010
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Yeah I have looked on black circles but some that are highend performance tyres had a RR of F so assume higher grip causing less economy

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hilly81

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Yeah I have looked on black circles but some that are highend performance tyres had a RR of F so assume higher grip causing less economy

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I'm not sure better grip equals reduced economy to be honest. I was looking for tyres recently (mine are a different size to yours however) and I was looking to try and get A/B wet grip and C RR. Limited choice but a few out there. More choice at your size.

http://www.blackcircles.com/catalog...15&profile=45&rim=R16&speed=Any&tyre=33172510

http://www.blackcircles.com/catalog...15&profile=45&rim=R16&speed=Any&tyre=33965899

http://www.blackcircles.com/catalog...15&profile=45&rim=R16&speed=Any&tyre=33016467

All C economy, B grip.
 

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