Find the ideal tyres for your Hyundai vehicle online at Point S, offering you fantastic choice and unrivalled value for money.
Hyundai offer motorists a superb range of differing makes and models to suit all motoring types and requirements.
The Hyundai company was formed in 1947 and the car division was formed in 1967 when the then Chairman employed 5 senior UK car industry engineers to set up Hyundai Motor Company.
The business has grown globally and started to export into the UK in 1982 and has since grown into the third largest manufacturer worldwide.
What Tyres are best for my Hyundai?
for your Hyundai and at Point S we carry all the major manufacturers’ brands available within our portfolio. We may be low on price but one thing we will never compromise upon is quality.
The Hyundai model ranges available in the UK in 2019 are;
All our tyre manufacturers manufacture to the latest international standards and our tyre technicians are trained in the latest technologies and trends in the global tyre market.
There are large ranges of tyre options available on the range of Hyundai Models so check online or speak to a member of the Point S team for information.
Furthermore your local Point S member is a locally owned and managed business, at the heart of your community but part of a group that operates in over 30 countries and with thousands of members.
It is this global size that means that your local Hyundai member are often able to beat the major UK players and it is our determination to offer world class service and unbeatable value for money.
How to check your Hyundai Tyre Size Markings
To find out the size of your tyres, you will need to look at the mixture of letters and numbers on the sidewall.
The table below will explain what these markings mean.
|Sidewall marking||What it means|
|205||Width of the tyre in millimetres|
|65||Height of the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the width (also known as the aspect ratio)|
|16||The diameter of the tyre's inner rim in inches|
|95||Load rating of the tyre|
|H||Speed rating of the tyre|