Kia Car Tyresetyres supply and fit a wide range of Kia tyres at prices lower than the traditional high street tyre depots and main dealers.
Our free mobile fitting service means we come to you and fit your tyres at a location of your choice - your home or work - so you don’t have to waste your time going to a high street tyre depot.
Here are some examples of tyres fitted to popular Kia models – but we advise you to check the size of the tyres currently fitted to your vehicle before placing your order. You can find this information on the sidewall of your existing tyre. Alternatively you can all our National Sales Team on 0800 028 9000 for impartial advice or to place an order.
RioGentle drivers welcome the Rio, which offers a safe comfortable ride. There are a huge number of replacement tyre available, etyres can advise on all options, however the Uniroyal Rainsport 2, Toyo R88 or Michelin Pilot Exalto come recommended.
Cee’dThe Korean hatch is competitive in its class, a light and easy drive the Cee’d is factory fitted with Pirelli P6000 tyres. Dunlop Sp Sport 01s and Michelin Energy Saver tyres are both suitable replacement options.
SorrentoGrip is essential for Kia’s big Sorrento. Both the Vredestein Hi Trac and Pirelli Scorpion have a high silica tread compound to offer high levels of grip, especially needed in the wet.
Our National Sales Team can provide impartial advice about a number of suitable replacement tyres for your Kia depending on your model and driving style. Call us now on 0800 028 9000.
Background Information on KiaKia Motors is Korea’s second largest car manufacturer. The company opened its first integrated automotive assembly plant in 1973, the Sohari Plant. Starting in 1986, in partnership with Ford, Kia produced several Mazda derived vehicles for both domestic sales in South Korea and into other countries.
Europe is Kia’s core future growth market. To differentiate itself in the market from other Korean and Japanese cars Kia has introduced a new corporate grille to create a recognizable 'face' for the brand. Known as the Tiger Nose this will be rolled out across the existing range and visible on all future models.
Changing Kia TyresChanging Kia Car Tyres should require 3 primary choices:
- The overall quality of the tyre (durability, wear, ratings, cost) desired for the Kia
- The speed rating that the Kia Tyres should have depending upon the driver's average and occasional "fastest-driven" speed
- Deciding if local and/or regional weather patterns merit keeping two sets of tyres for dry vs. wet road conditions
Further, if an owner wishes to put tyres on different sized wheels for the Kia, a careful decision about what size tyres will be valid for that Kia is required. If, for example, a larger wheel size is desired, then the profile (height) and/or the width must be reduced to avoid damaging the drive train. A 195/65/15 tyre for that Kia, for instance, on a 17" rim, could legitimately become a 165/65 (narrower) or a 195/55 (shorter) but could not stay a 195/65 as before. A handy calculator for changing tyre sizes can be found here.
All tyres for any Kia vehicle should be fitted using the proper torque, according to the manufacturer's specifications. Torque is the amount of pressure used to tighten the wheel nuts. For tyres that are fitted to the following Kia models, the torque settings are listed. Also, the recommended air pressure to put into tyres for Kia models is listed. Further, the alternate tyre size for Kia models.
Note: Further information on tyres and car batteries for Kia vehicles may be found at the manufacturer's own website... Kia