Tyre reviews NZ

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Nov 26, 2018
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Did you know that searching for ‘Tyre Reviews NZ’ is probably the single best thing you could do before you buy your next set of tyres?

Why? because too few people think about the purchase before it happens, but many of them think about afterwards – when it’s too late – their car has had a critical failure in the form of a potentially avoidable accident due to insufficiently suited tyres to their vehicle.

A recently well-publicised tyre review gave a certain brand of tyre a ‘5 star rating’ for customer satisfaction. Now that particular brand of tyre makes 40+ different tread patterns across multiple different tyre types. Are you confident about buying that tyre for your SUV when most people may have rated their car tyres? There was nothing specified. No critical analysis data, nothing. Just a ‘customer satisfaction’ survey online. Additionally, tested tyres are new out of the factory and don’t represent how they’ll drive in the months following the purchase. Overall, the survey is generalised and won’t take into account how individual tyres are suited for your needs. Often excluding performance features, you’d like to know.

At Gas & Tyre we want to make your search for Tyre Reviews NZ a rewarding experience. Ultimately, feeling well equipped to make that informed purchasing decision that you’re no doubt wanting is the search we provide.

How are we going to do this for you?

Easy, take a look through our tyre finding guide for Passenger or 4WD/SUV tyres. Throughout the guide, you’ll have the chance to answer questions. The guide will automatically determine which tyres are best suited for you in response to your answers. As a result, you’ll easily find your perfect tyres in an unpressured environment. In this process, you’ll rank and explain:

  • Safety & handling
  • Common road conditions for you
  • Driving style
  • Tyre longevity expected
  • Road noise importance
  • Price

After making your way through our guide the best-suited tyres for your vehicle will be revealed. Don’t fall prey to over rated reviews that don’t take your personal needs into account.

Let’s find your tyres

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