There is a range of differing tyre sizes available for Mini models, so it is important to double check first, use our simple tyre finder to help.
Your local Point S member and their highly qualified & trained staff are able to advise on the best option to suit your Mini.
Our depots carry many thousands of tyres in stock to cover most of the popular tyre brands and sizes.
We are Europe’s largest group of independent tyre dealers; we have fantastic deals with most of the world’s leading manufacturers so we will also have many options that are suitable for your Seat and your budget.
2019 Mini Range
The 2019 range offers Mini vehicles
Ideal Tyres For My Mini
There are certain types of tyre sizes that are frequently used in the manufacture of the Mini range, these are commonly;
Originally fitted with 175/60 R16 tyres.
You can also use wider tyres (195/55 R16 or 205/45 R17).
The Mini Countryman SUV model can be fitted with tyres with a width of up to 225 mm.
For the best information on which tyre is most suitable speak to your highly qualified & specialist Mini Tyre technicians
Our local Point S member is more than likely to carry all of these sizes in stock at their local depot or would be able to get delivered within a day or so from the manufacturer or other suppliers.
We have agreements with all the major manufacturers and offer customers a wide range of choices to suit all requirements and budgets.
Your Local Mini Tyre Specialist Technicians
Our members may be living and working in the community, but they are supported by an international group, with over 4,000 members in over 30 countries we have huge purchasing power so you are always guaranteed to get great service from highly trained specialist technicians offering exceptionally competitive pricing, often beating the big UK chains prices.
To find out the size of your Mini’s 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|