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Great fully fitted price for new model from Avon
Fitting at Halfords Autocentres
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#1
Some good offers and a possible next day fit at some centres.
Bookmarked, thanks.
#2
Good find op , also bookmarked thanks.
1 Like #3
Ah went for the rainsport 3 from a pervious deal last night. If I had waited for these , would have saved £20. Ah well such is life. Heated.
#4
is this not just a front for halfords?
#5
That's seriously cheap. Heat from me.
1 Like #6
stick with uni royal. I went for zz4 on front of my Megane, absolutely awful. 2nd time I've used Avon and the last! tramlines awfully and only starts to improve once you've driven on them for 30 minutes plus.
#7
Some very good prices there - thanks.
#8
mantamagic
stick with uni royal. I went for zz4 on front of my Megane, absolutely awful. 2nd time I've used Avon and the last! tramlines awfully and only starts to improve once you've driven on them for 30 minutes plus.
This is new model with better ratings... hard to compare with old Avons
#9
How do I bookmark ? Great prices.
#10
heat
i was checking some prices for this tyre size for my car.
this will do nicely.
thanks
#11
Thanks OP, ordered. But not from cartyres, I ordered from f1auyocentre, with code "TY2OFF", it works out £40.77 per tyre fully fitted.
#12
Does this include valve and balancing?
1 Like #13
bigbaz
Does this include valve and balancing?
"...price includes your tyres, fitting at a tyre fitting station convenient to you, free tyre valves, wheel balancing, disposal of your old tyres and VAT."
https://www.cartyres.com/faq
8 Likes #14
john68
How do I bookmark.
Select your tyres and fitting depot, then complete booking form. And stop calling me Mark.
#15
why not 17? trying to find a decent deal and nothing. hot from me anyway.
#16
225's coming up at £78 each for the ZV5 alone.

Heat from me but like most tyre deals; it's a lottery whether it applies to your sizing.
#17
car tyres - seems a good site cheaper than the others I have looked at because it includes all fitting costs - shame they only stock top brand products - £150 for my size (dunlop) which in a budget only costs £50 (accelera) but they don't sell it!
#18
heat added
#19
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
#20
Don't waste your time, i booked and then got an email telling me they can't source the tyres.
#21
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
#22
Coming out at £44 for me?? Amin doing something wrong??
#23
...... And that's for the z5!
#24
pavel76
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
AutoExpress tests say otherwise. Presumable depends on size/model.
#25
pavel76
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
not sure that the tests are that worthwhile - I would like to see the same tests done when they were worn down half way to worn out - personally I would like the tyres to be constant through there life - my dunlops are very poor now , the front ones are winter type and the tread is literally falling apart and the back ones sound like a wheel bearing has gone (really noisy)
#26
matthat
pavel76
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
not sure that the tests are that worthwhile - I would like to see the same tests done when they were worn down half way to worn out - personally I would like the tyres to be constant through there life - my dunlops are very poor now , the front ones are winter type and the tread is literally falling apart and the back ones sound like a wheel bearing has gone (really noisy)
1. How old are your tyres ?
2. Bought brand new or from scrap yard ?
3. Winter tyres used during whole year ?
PS. Winter tyres on the front and summer at the back ?!... lethal idea
#27
pavel76
matthat
pavel76
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
not sure that the tests are that worthwhile - I would like to see the same tests done when they were worn down half way to worn out - personally I would like the tyres to be constant through there life - my dunlops are very poor now , the front ones are winter type and the tread is literally falling apart and the back ones sound like a wheel bearing has gone (really noisy)
1. How old are your tyres ?
2. Bought brand new or from scrap yard ?
3. Winter tyres used during whole year ?
PS. Winter tyres on the front and summer at the back ?!... lethal idea
both front and back about 1.5 years old - brand new when put on, last owner put the on and due to the strange size the tyre shop sold him winters for the front (245/45r19 on the front 275/40r19 on the back (factory sizes)) - can not see why it's a lethal idea handles well as it has more grip on the front and I personally can not fault the handling in wet or dry - still don't think winter tyres used in the summer should fall apart (even though I understand the point - and the back ones are just like big drums)
#28
matthat
pavel76
matthat
pavel76
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
not sure that the tests are that worthwhile - I would like to see the same tests done when they were worn down half way to worn out - personally I would like the tyres to be constant through there life - my dunlops are very poor now , the front ones are winter type and the tread is literally falling apart and the back ones sound like a wheel bearing has gone (really noisy)
1. How old are your tyres ?
2. Bought brand new or from scrap yard ?
3. Winter tyres used during whole year ?
PS. Winter tyres on the front and summer at the back ?!... lethal idea
both front and back about 1.5 years old - brand new when put on, last owner put the on and due to the strange size the tyre shop sold him winters for the front (245/45r19 on the front 275/40r19 on the back (factory sizes)) - can not see why it's a lethal idea handles well as it has more grip on the front and I personally can not fault the handling in wet or dry - still don't think winter tyres used in the summer should fall apart (even though I understand the point - and the back ones are just like big drums)
What about grip on roundabouts and turns with winters on front and summers at the back ?... it will result in rear skidding !
Using winter tyres during summer - they are designed to be used in low temperatures( and wear will be much higher if used on summer as well), don't you think that insurance company might refuse claim seeing winter rubbers fitted during summer ?
#29
pavel76
matthat
pavel76
matthat
pavel76
Besford
You can't compare Avons with premium brands - they're not. Upper end of budget at best so may be fine if price is your main issue, but in that case I'd look at Barum which are actually Continental and one of the few budget tyres which perform as well as premiums in tests.
In latest braking test - 50 tyres (Auto Bild march 2016) Barum took 20th position ...even worse that other budget brands, so definitely nothing close to premiums. Do you really think that Continental would make same quality tyres under other name and sell them for budget price ?
not sure that the tests are that worthwhile - I would like to see the same tests done when they were worn down half way to worn out - personally I would like the tyres to be constant through there life - my dunlops are very poor now , the front ones are winter type and the tread is literally falling apart and the back ones sound like a wheel bearing has gone (really noisy)
1. How old are your tyres ?
2. Bought brand new or from scrap yard ?
3. Winter tyres used during whole year ?
PS. Winter tyres on the front and summer at the back ?!... lethal idea
both front and back about 1.5 years old - brand new when put on, last owner put the on and due to the strange size the tyre shop sold him winters for the front (245/45r19 on the front 275/40r19 on the back (factory sizes)) - can not see why it's a lethal idea handles well as it has more grip on the front and I personally can not fault the handling in wet or dry - still don't think winter tyres used in the summer should fall apart (even though I understand the point - and the back ones are just like big drums)
What about grip on roundabouts and turns with winters on front and summers at the back ?... it will result in rear skidding !
Using winter tyres during summer - they are designed to be used in low temperatures( and wear will be much higher if used on summer as well), don't you think that insurance company might refuse claim seeing winter rubbers fitted during summer ?
I agree and I would not have had them fitted but when does summer start and winter end? (you can not take them off when you have a dry day) - I am sure they would have fallen apart even if it was colder (en-fact I remember seeing other people complaining when I was reading through reviews) - but as you say the insurance company might try it although I don't know how they would get on - are people expected to under stand what tyres they have on there car? and presumably they would have to prove it caused the crash (having too much grip from soft tyres does not usually cause a crash)
#30
tahirhu55ain
Don't waste your time, i booked and then got an email telling me they can't source the tyres.
They have failed with my order as well... leave them negative feedback at trustpilot - thats what I've done
#31
pavel76
tahirhu55ain
Don't waste your time, i booked and then got an email telling me they can't source the tyres.
They have failed with my order as well... leave them negative feedback at trustpilot - thats what I've done

Exactly what I had already done! Also wrote to Halfords and cc'd in cartyres.com. They supply is still there because i wsa able to book again at a higher price, not that I am taking up the order.

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