Peugeot Tyres

Peugeot Tyres

There's nothing better than enjoying a smooth drive in your Peugeot. And no matter whether you own the 108 or the Partner, the quality of your Peugeot's tyres directly corresponds to how well it drives.

So, to keep your Peugeot stopping, starting, and driving smoothly, pay close attention to the age and quality of its tyres. Whatever state your tyres are in, Kwik Fit can help with our impressive range of tyres for almost all Peugeot models on the market

Buy Tyres for Peugeot at Kwik Fit

Want to know which tyres are available at your local Kwik Fit centre? Use our Tyre Search tool below to do just that.

All you have to do is input your vehicle's registration number and your postcode and the results will appear, telling you which Peugeot tyres are in stock closest to you. And, don't worry, if your local Kwik Fit doesn't have the exact type of tyre model you need in stock, they can quickly order it to be delivered in time for your appointment.

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Still unsure? Why not book a free tyre check and our technicians will inspect your tyres and let you know which tyres are suitable for your vehicle.

Shoudl I get tyres specifically for Peugeot?

In short, no. You shouldn't feel obligated to buy tyres that are made specifically for your Peugeot model and there are multiple different options on offer. As long as they are the correct tyre size and load rating, the choice is yours.

Generally speaking, there are three main options when it comes to tyres for your Peugeot: Budget, Premium, and Manufacturer Approved.

Budget tyres for your Peugeot

Budget tyres are your cheapest option up front. However, in the long run, the costs are usually more. Undoubtedly, this type of tyre will do the job if they're the only ones you can afford. But, since they have a lower build quality, they will need to be replaced more frequently - costing more over time.

Premium Peugeot tyres

On the other end of the spectrum, there are premium tyres. These have been formulated in line with the specialist technical research conducted by premium tyre manufacturers such as Michelin, Pirelli, and Goodyear. The results? A more robust, higher-performing tyre.

Manufacturer Approved

Manufacturer approved tyres (sometimes known as 'original equipment tyres') are usually the most preferable option because they are the ones recommended specifically by Peugeot for Peugeot. They do well to meet the unique needs of your Peugeot and undergo rigorous testing to reach that point.

If you do decide to opt for premium or manufacturer approved tyres, the higher upfront cost does eventually result in a lower lifetime cost because you won't have to replace them as often. Also, there are always the performance benefits such as improved fuel efficiency, braking, and handling that come with higher quality tyres.

Other Peugeot tyre types

As an aside, you may wish to pay for Run Flat tyres - ones that stay inflated when punctured. Or, opt for Extra Load tyres that can carry extra weight and hold rim protectors for your hubcaps to protect them from damage.

Affordable tyres for Peugeot models

At Kwik Fit, we stock and fit tyres for almost all of Peugeot's models including the ones we have listed below:

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