Mitsubishi Colt tyres

The Mitsubishi Colt’s aerodynamic shape ensures reduced drag and consequently the car returns excellent fuel consumption. To enhance these features it is factory fitted with Goodyear Eagle NCT5 tyres. Popular replacement options include Uniroyal Rainsport 2 and Continental Sport Contact 3 tyres, and to achieve higher fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions the Bridgestone Turanza ER30 or Continental Eco Contact 3 tyre are good alternatives.

To buy your new Mitsubishi Colt tyres online simply enter your current tyre size into the search tool, choose the best tyre for your needs and arrange a time for our fitters to come to you at home or work. If you would like to speak to a member of our national sales team call 0800 028 9000 seven days a week.

Mitsubishi Colt tyre reviews

Below we have included details of three popular tyres suitable for the Mitsubishi Colt. These are only examples and all tyres being bought as replacements should be of the same size as those being replaced. Tyre size is shown as a series of numbers and letters on the sidewall of your tyre.

Goodyear Eagle NCT5

The original equipment Goodyear Eagle NCT5 offers Mitsubishi Colt drivers high levels of durability combined with excellent braking performance and superior grip on both wet and dry road surfaces.

Uniroyal Rainsport 2

This Mitsubishi Colt tyre has been designed to offer drivers high levels of performance in wet driving conditions. The V-shaped tread pattern swiftly channels surface water away and thus reduces the risk of aquaplaning, while an improved rubber compound enables the tyre to grip onto the road’s surface.

Continental Sport contact 3

The Continental Sport Contact 3 is an ultra-high-performance summer tyre that offers drivers improved safety and cornering ability.

Mitsubishi Colt car tyre information

If you change your tyres it is important that the correct amount of pressure is used to tighten the wheel nuts. These torque settings are set by Mitsubishi to ensure safe handling and can be found in your owner’s manual and on the main Mitsubishi page.