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Peugeot 2008 Tyre Advice: Should You Stick with OE Equipment?
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The Peugeot 2008 is a fantastic SUV in the city and out on the highway. The 2008 comes with a set of tyres that have been carefully matched to the specification of the car. In every case, Peugeot recommends that replacements are as close as possible to the original equipment (OE). This is a common practice for every car manufacturer, and itís intended to keep the car as close as possible to the manufacturer's tolerances. However, Peugeot doesnít manufacture tyres, so what happens when your factory fitted set eventually need to be replaced?

OE is Always Best

The best option would be to buy a new set of tyres that are exactly the same as the worn ones that you need to replace. Sadly, itís unlikely that you will be able to walk into a tyre shop and purchase the exact same tyres off the rack. There are so many tyre manufacturers and specification available that you can quickly become lost. If you cannot source the exact same tyres you will need to get a set that closely matches them. This will ensure that you get the best possible tyre performance to match certain criteria, such as durability, ride comfort, traction and of course the cost.

Donít Forget Fuel Economy

Choosing a cheaper set of tyres could have a huge impact on the amount of rolling resistance that your car has. If your Peugeot car has OE tyres that are designed for low rolling resistance, then these tyres would have a detrimental effect on your fuel economy. So, buying a set of cheap tyres could save you money in the short term, but in the medium to long term, you may end up paying more for your fuel. Essentially, cheaper tyres are a false economy in terms of fuel efficiency, and the costs can really add up over time.

The Lifespan of Tyres

Another aspect that could affect your finances is the durability of your tyres. Replacing OE tyres with similar rubber will most likely give you a set that will last a similar distance. Cheaper tyres will wear more quickly. There is a treadwear rating that is a three digit number located on the tyre sidewall. The higher the number, the longer the tyre should last, but this can only be treated as a rough guide. Broadly speaking a cheaper tire will need to be replaced more often and this may cost more in the medium to long term.

If youíre in the market for a new Peugeot 2008 SUV, get in touch with us here at Perth City Peugeot. We have a large selection of new, ex-demo and pre-owned cars available for sale including the latest Peugeot 2008 models. We would like to invite you to join us for a no obligation test drive, and you can try out your favourite Peugeot cars first hand. If you need car financing, you will find that our rates are competitive and the repayments will be tailored to suit your needs. Our team is here and standing by to advise you on the latest Peugeot 2008 price, and they would be happy to answer any further questions that you may have.

Barry Sharp is a well known name for many automobile journals and dealer principle at Perth City Peugeot. If they are looking for Peugeot 2008 for sale, Perth based petrolheads should get in touch with us at Perth City Peugeot. We have an extensive selection of new, demo and used cars available, including the new Peugeot 2008 models.

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