Cheap Lexus Tyres
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supply and fit the full range of high performance tyres created for Lexus
vehicles and our prices are up to 40%
less expensive than high street fitters.
Our fleet of mobile fitting vans come to you, at a time and place that suits you, leaving you to get on with your work.
Below you will find some examples of tyres fitted to Lexus
models. But we advise you to check the size
of your tyres fitted to your car before ordering. You can find the size on the sidewall
. If you have any problems, please call us on Freephone
: 0800 862 0435
to speak to one of our qualified technicians.
Amazingly green for a full-size 4x4, the RX is on the move. This car needs a tyre which offers maximum grip and superior stability like the Bridgestone Dueler
, Toyo 600+4 or Pirelli Scorpion PZERO
The LS is extremely quiet, especially when driving with speed. It's comfortable, too, and packed with safety kit and the choice must match comfort, safety and quiet. Originally fitted with Bridgestone ER33
, Dunlop SP 9000
and Avon ZZ3
are both perfectly suitable options.
Factory fitted with Bridgestone RE030
the IS 200d serves up a punchy performance. It needs a sporty, high performance option such as the Toyo T1R, Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric
or Dunlop Sport Maxx
Background Information on Lexus
Lexus works with leading manufacturers to make sure your tyres meet the very highest standards of quality and safety and are designed to fit and perform perfectly with the car.
Many motorists choose to retain the original choice when replacing worn rubber, but for those who don’t Tyres on the Drive.com
can recommend a number of suitable replacement options depending on your model and driving preferences.
Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Toyota
Motor Corporation. Thousands of drawings and eight full sized clay models were built before Lexus engineers were happy with the design of the LS 400 that launched the brand in 1987. First introduced in the United States, Lexus is now sold globally and has become Japan's largest-selling make of premium cars.
Today Lexus is focusing on adding hybrids and new model derivatives to its range, such as the CT 200h launched by Kylie Minogue, to meet the environmental demands of consumers.
Changing Lexus Tyres requires some considerations:
The general quality of the product (ratings, wear, cost, durability) required for the Lexus
The speed rating
that the Lexus tyres should have depending on the driver's average and occasional "fastest-driven" speed
Furthermore, if the owner wishes to fit tyres on different sized wheels for the Lexus, a careful choice about what size
will be suitable for that Lexus is required. If, for example, a larger wheel size is wanted, then the profile (height) and/or the width must be decreased to avoid any damage to the drive train. A 195/65/15 for that Lexus, for instance, on a 17" rim, could become a 165/65 (narrower) or a 195/55 (shorter) within legal limit but could not stay a 195/65 as before.
All tyres for any Lexus vehicle should be fitted by using the proper torque, which are to be found in the manufacturer's specifications. Torque is the amount of pressure used to tighten the wheel nuts. For tyres that are put onto Lexus models, the torque settings are listed. The advisable air pressure for Lexus models is also listed and additionally, the alternate size for any Lexus models.
You can find further information on Lexus vehicles at the manufacturer's own website ... www.lexus.co.uk