Car Tyre Manufacturers

etyres supplies and fits a wide range of tyres from a number of different car tyre manufacturers. Since 1992, etyres have developed relationships with these tyre manufacturers to ensure we sell the highest quality of tyre. Car tyres are classified into three different qualities to help you find the right tyre for your vehicle and budget. As a result the three classifications are Premium, Mid-range and budget tyres.

This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Avon
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers BF Goodrich
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Bridgestone
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Continental
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Dunlop
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Falken
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Firestone
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers General Tire (GT)
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Goodyear
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Hankook
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers kumho
This is an image of the Lassa Tyres Logo
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Matador
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Maxxis
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Michelin
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Nexen
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Pirelli
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Runway
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Toyo
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Uniroyal
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Vredestein
This is an image of the logo for Car Tyre Manufacturers Yokohama

Above is a list of our most popular tyre manufacturers. Click on the brands logo and you will be taken to a page to read further information and reviews.

The three categories of tyre have been determined as a result our longstanding history in the tyre industry. When determining which category a particular tyre belongs to we look at different characteristics. The characteristics taken into account include handling, rolling resistance, grip, fuel efficiency, noise emission, tread pattern and price

Premium Brand Tyres

Premium brands such as Goodyear, Michelin and Continental spend more on raw materials, design and testing than economy ranges. This means that you are investing in safety, quality and performance. These rankings are based on an average of the tyres each brands manufactures consequently there may be occasional differences. A mid-range tyre may have a lower rating than an economy tyre. An economy brand may be higher in price than lower mid-range brands.

Are mid-range and budget tyres worth it?

Mid-range and budget tyres have improved dramatically through the years. Premium tyres have the latest compounds, testing regimes and higher investment in their research and development. That high quality, premium, investment trickles down over time into our most loved economy and budget ranges.  Premium branded tyre manufacturers will actually produce their own mid-range tyres from their previous generations technology. These tyres offer great value for money compared to the quality you receive.

A full list of Tyre Manufacturers, Brands and Subsidiaries

A useful resource to see a complete list of tyre manufacturers around the world can be found on this Wikipedia page.