Honda Activa Tyre Price (2020) – Best Tyres for Activa

Best Tyres for Honda Activa – Know Honda Activa Tyres Size, Price & More

 

Honda Activa is a brand in itself that needs no introduction. It is now a synonym to gearless scooters in the nation today. With its groundbreaking product and amazing marketing, Honda revolutionised the non-gear two-wheeler segment since its first launch in May 1999. This unisex automatic scooter soon became popular and is still the first choice of people from across the age and section of society.

Honda Activa achieved a milestone when its 15 millionth scooter hit the road in April 2017. With this, it became the largest selling two-wheeler in the world. Since its first run, the scooter underwent several makeovers as Honda kept on adding amazing features to beat the competitive market. Its latest addition, Honda Activa 6G, is BS6 compliant. Alongside this, it has got some of the noteworthy features that make it get the desired attention.

 

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Honda Activa Bike Tyre – An Overview

The latest addition to the most loved scooter in India, Honda Activa 6G, there are two different tyre sizes. The front tyre is of 90/90-12 54J and the rear tyre is of 90/100-10 53J. The scooter’s predecessors almost have a similar tyre size. Honda Activa has 90/100-10 in front and 90/100-10 in the rear. Honda Activa 125 has 90/90-12 in front and 90/100-10 in the rear. Honda Activa i had 90/100-10 in front and 90/100-10 in the rear. Honda Activa 3G with 90/100-10 for the front tyre and 90/100-10 for the rear tyre. Honda Activa 4G has 90/100-10 and 90/100-10 for front and rear tyre, respectively. Honda Activa 5G has 90/100-10 and 90/100-10 for front and rear tyre, respectively.

 

Honda Activa Tyre Sizes Available:

Below is the table which will help you understand what tyre size fits in your Honda Activa variant:

Honda Activa Variant Front Rear Tyre Type
Honda Activa  90/100-10 90/100-10 Tubeless
Honda Activa i  90/100-10 53J 90/100-10 53J Tubeless
Honda Activa 125  90/90-12 54J 90/100-10 53J Tubeless
Honda Activa 3G 90/100-10 90/100-10 Tubeless
Honda Activa 4G 90/100-10 90/100-10 Tubeless
Honda Activa 5G  90/100-10 53J 90/100-10 53J Tubeless
Honda Activa 6G 90/90-12 54J 90/100-10 53J Tubeless

Honda Activa Scooter

Started with a solo scooter, the Activa range today has got the unisex scooter in the form of Activa 6g, which is in its sixth generation, a more powerful and stylish Activa 125 and a scooter developed keeping in mind female customers, the Activa-i. The Honda Activa portfolio competes with the likes of Hero Maestro Edge, Hero Pleasure, Yamaha Fascino, TVS Jupiter and Mahindra Gusto 100 / Gusto 125.

Honda Activa Tyres Price List

The Honda Activa 6G was introduced in January 2020 and is BS6 compatible. In the new 6G, side panels have got one single air intake, instead of two. The headlamp remains the same but has got an LED light, only on Deluxe variant. In 5G, the LED headlamp was given in all variants. The new Honda Activa 6G has got more changes apart from just the looks. The Activa 110 has a similar platform like Activa 125, which means, it is 72mm more than the current version. Likewise, the wheelbase has been elevated by 22mm and the ground clearance is 18mm more. This is done without elevating the seat height. To provide a more knee room to the rider, the floor has been increased by 23mm. The makers have included a larger 12-inch front wheel than 10-inch in its previous version. This has improved the ride quality and stability when you’re at a high speed. 

The Honda Activa 6G has got 109.51cc single-cylinder engine. To lighten the scooter and improve the fuel efficiency by 10%, as claimed by the company, they’ve introduced fuel-injection, and have added Enhanced Smart Power technology. The scooter, as a result, weighs 107 kgs. The new scooter can produce 7.68 bhp at 8000 rpm and 8.79 Nm of peak torque at 5259 rpm. This means it can speed up to 69 km/h easily and can touch 80 km/h without any hassle. 

 

Honda Activa Price

The tried and trusted city scooter, Activa, is priced reasonably and with the addition of the variants, one can choose as per convenience and budget. Starting with the lowest, Honda Activa i is priced at Rs 52, 276 ex-showroom in Delhi. Honda Activa 125 (BS4) basic model costs Rs 67,490 ex-showroom in Delhi. Honda Activa 5G is priced at Rs 55, 934 ex-showroom in Delhi. The latest is Honda Activa 6G, whose basic model is priced at Rs 63,912 ex-showroom in Delhi.

Top Tyre Brands Available For Honda Activa Models Along With Price & Key Features

Below is the list of top  tyres for each of the Honda Activa models:

 

Best Tyres for Honda Activa

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
Michelin City Pro Rs 1350 Dry surface grip
Ceat Milaze Rs 1067 Wet grip due to wide lugs
Ceat Zoom D Rs 967 Greater speed capacity
JK Challenger Rs 1210 Confident grip over rough surfaces
JK Blaze BA21 Rs 1150 Durable over rough roads

 

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Best Tyres for Honda Activa i

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
Michelin City Pro Rs 1,350 Dry surface grip
Ceat Milaze Rs 1,067 Wet grip due to wide lugs
Ceat Zoom D Rs 967 Greater speed capacity
JK Challenger S63 Rs 1,210 Better wet and dry traction
JK Blaze BA21 Rs 1,150 Durable over rough roads

 

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Best Tyres for Honda Activa 125 – Front

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
JK Blaze BA21 Rs 1,290 Durable over rough roads
JK Challenger S63 Rs 1,393 Better wet and dry traction
Apollo Actizip S2 D Rs 1,090 Superior dry grip
Ceat Secura Neo Rs 1,150 Better performance and great traction on all surfaces
MRF Zapper FG Rs 1,200 Excellent Traction

 

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Best Rear Tyres for Honda Activa 125 

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
Michelin City Pro 1,350 Dry surface grip
Ceat Milaze 1,067 Wet grip due to wide lugs
Ceat Zoom D 967 Greater speed capacity
JK Challenger S63 1,210 Better wet and dry traction
JK Blaze BA21 1,150 Durable over rough roads

 

Best Tyres for Honda Activa 3G, Honda Activa 4G, Honda Activa 5G

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
Michelin City Pro 1,350 Dry surface grip
Ceat Milaze 1,067 Wet grip due to wide lugs
Ceat Zoom D 967 Greater speed capacity
JK Challenger S63 1,210 Better wet and dry traction
JK Blaze BA21 1,150 Durable over rough roads

 

Best Tyres for Honda Activa 6G – Front

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
JK Blaze BA21 1,290 Durable over rough roads
JK Challenger S63 1,393 Better wet and dry traction
Apollo Actizip S2 D 1,090 Excellent directional stability
Ceat Secura Neo 1,150 Better performance and great traction on all surfaces
MRF Zapper FG 1,200 Excellent Traction

 

Best Tyres for Honda Activa 6G – Rear

Tyre Brand Tyre Model Tyre Price Key Features
Michelin City Pro 1,350 Dry surface grip
Ceat Milaze 1,067 Wet grip due to wide lugs
Ceat Zoom D 967 Greater speed capacity
JK Challenger S63 1,210 Better wet and dry traction
JK Blaze BA21 1,150 Durable over rough roads

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Conclusion: 

Honda may have stopped the production of Activa’s few variants, but they’re still ruling the Indian roads. As the 2-wheeler slides through the heavy city traffic, it’s the tyre that keeps the scooter grounded. The tyre surely gives enough confidence to the rider to zoom through the traffic. It is of utmost importance that one must ensure that the tyres are of good quality. The aforementioned tyres for Honda Activa are reliable, economical and should be preferred when you’re looking for the one.

 

*The above-mentioned tyre brands and variants are recommended on the basis of inquiries received at Tyremarket.com. The prices are subject to change.

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sharath chandra
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I use a Honda active 2007 model. Could I fit it with tubeless tyres. The service guy said the rim of 2007 model Honda activa cannot have tubeless tyre, but what is your take on this.

Hasmukh J Chauhan
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Hasmukh J Chauhan

I have Honda Activa 2006 Model which is having tube tyres. Please share price of tyres type and dealers list in Anand, Gujrat.

Viplove Ganguly
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Viplove Ganguly

Hi, This is Viplove from Kharagpur, West Bengal. I have Honda Activa (Aug. 2011 model) originally fitted with 90/100-10 53J Tube-type tyre. Recently I went to a dealer nearby to purchase a new tyre for rear. The Michelin city pro was available in the size 90/100-10 53J but it was tubeless. So The shopkeeper fitted my Activa with Michelin city tube-type tyre of size 3.5-10 51J. So will this be okey because later on searching through net that the 3.5-10 51J size tyre is not for Activa (Also its width and height are a bit less i.e. 88.9 mm, though… Read more »

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Michelin pro is good tyre..

T Balasubramanian
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T Balasubramanian

I have 2013 model honda activa scotor
Now I need both front and back tubeless tyres. Is there any model no? Please let me know the rate also.

Arko Pal
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Arko Pal

I have a Activa of year 2009 , recently I have purchased MRF nylogrip fe …

Will it fit ????

ashish
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ashish

I have Activa 125 alloy disc 2016 model i have a daily run of 45 km my rear Tyre become so worned kindly suggest me which Tyre should i install which will keep my scooter tension free run.

Vishal Bora
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Vishal Bora

I have a Honda Activa 2010 model,
now i want to change Tube-Tyre in to Tubeless Tyre

is it possible??
and any recommendation.

Shubham Sharma
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Shubham Sharma

I have activa i 2016 model which have tubeless tyres and i want to change my rear tyre so can i change it with tube type tyre or it is mandatory to have tubeless tyre on tubeless tyre rim

Dodda Manohar
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Dodda Manohar

I have honda activa 4G. When i buy it had came with MRF tubeless tyre. Due whitetopping every where on Bangalore roads, we need to ride on rough/very bad roads. And frequent punctures to the rear tyre. Now i need to change my rear tyre. Which tyre do you suggest for me for my Activa 4G. Required good one with long life. Kindly suggest.

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Dear Dodda Manohar

The tyre size of Honda Activa 4G is 90/100-10. You can buy Michelin City Pro as it has Robust construction which is less prone to damages from road hazards & punctures. Other than this is will provide you with excellent handling and longer life.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3102/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

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Rajeev
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Rajeev

So u suggest Michaelin tyres for this kind of roads and for hard use..

Vishal
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Vishal

I have Honda activa first model, which tyre should I buy , for rear wheel ,please suggest with size , I want tube type tyre, thanks

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Dear Vishal

The rear tyre size for Honda Activa is 90/100-10. As you mentioned that you need tube type tyre we would recommend you to buy any one from the below-mentioned patterns.

Ceat Grip: It will provide you excellent dry & wet grip as well as excellent braking.
https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/2956/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/CEAT-GRIPP-90-100-10-Requires-Tube-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

Ceat Mileage: It will provide you excellent dry & wet grip with excellent handling.
https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/4339/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/CEAT-MILAZE-90-100-10-Requires-Tube-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

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Himanshu Rohilla
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Himanshu Rohilla

Hi

I have Activa 4G 2017 model.
I need to change my rear tyre.

Current tyre is tubeless, and local mechanic said to go for CEAT tube-type tyre becuase my daily runnnig is only 6-8 kms.

Q1) Can tube-type tyre be easily fitted on the tubeless tyre rim.
Q2) Which type tyre should I go for, as I have only 6-8KM runnning daily.
Q3) Which brand and model is best suited for the good grip.

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Dear Himanshu

Yes, you can change a tubeless tyre with a tubetype tyre but for that, you need to change the rim of the vehicle. We would recommend you to go with tubeless tyres only. As you said that you have a Honda Activa 4G 2017 model and you are looking for better grip you can buy any of the below-mentioned tyres.

Maxxis 6000: It will provide you with excellent dry & wet grip.
https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3835/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Maxxis-M6000-90-100-10-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

Michelin Energy XM2: It will provide you with better fuel efficiency with a smooth ride.
https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3102/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

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Team Tyremarket.com

B Bhaskara Rao
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B Bhaskara Rao

Dear Team, My name Bhamidi Bhaskara Rao, and I have purchased ACTIVA 3G model two wheeler scooter with tube less tyre, from Harmony Motors Pvt Ltd on 30/10/1915 in Hyderabad for my daughter. my daughter ride daily min 40 km. some times I will ride. 1) The vehicle is frequently getting skipped, and getting accidents. 2) The rear tyre (tubeless tyre ) getting puncture frequently. 3) once tyres (tubeless) are changed to CEAT tyres. after changing to CEAT punctures are more. 4) Roads are not good. milage is also very less. 5) Front steal guards (both left & right) and… Read more »

B Bhaskara Rao
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B Bhaskara Rao

Dear Team,

Can you please suggest me to buy suitable tyre

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Dear B Bhaskar Rao

Honda Activa comes with tyre 90/90-12 at the front position and 90/100-10 at the rear position. You can buy Michelin City Pro in both the sizes. This tyre will provide you smooth drive with better fuel efficiency.

90/90-12:https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3543/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-90-90-12-Tubeless-54-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre
90/100-10: https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3102/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

As per your previous query, this will help in sorting all the problems. Also please take care of the vehicle while driving on bad roads.

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Team Tyremarket.com

B Bhaskara Rao
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B Bhaskara Rao

Thank you very much for the response and suggestion. but sir, in this site, above table, tyre of same sizes to be used for front and rear HONDA ACTIVA VARIANT FRONT REAR TYRE TYPE Honda Activa-i 90/100 R 10 90/100 R 10 Tubeless Honda Activa 4G 90/100 R 10 90/100 R 10 Tubeless Honda Activa 125 STD 90/90 R 12 90/100 R 10 Tubeless Honda Activa 125 STD Alloy 90/90 R 12 90/100 R 10 Tubeless Honda ctiva 125 DLX 90/90 R 12 90/100 R 10 Tubeless I have already ordered one tyre (instead of two tyres) of 90/100 R… Read more »

Sunil
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Sunil

I got activa 5g model plz suggest my Tyree that is good for daily running my old Tyree is good but daily its passing its air from each side I don’t I want mrf Tyree nolygripp plz suggest

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Dear Sunil

Honda Activa 5G comes with tyre size 90/100-10. You can select Michelin City Pro which provides overall excellent performance in all conditions.
https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3102/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

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mohammed
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mohammed

what price of back tyre activa 5g

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Dear Mohammed

Honda Activa 5G comes with tyre size 90/100-10, you can check the prices of the same by clicking on the below-mentioned link.
https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/90-100-10

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Anmol Mohanty
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Anmol Mohanty

I have a 2015 Honda Activa 3g, and i have completed 15,000 km. I’m not entirely sure if i currently have tubeless or tube tyres, but either case, I’m looking to buy the Michelin City pro tyres. Will they work fine for my activa, as they are tubeless, or should i go for CEAT Grip tubed tyres instead? I would prefer getting tubeless tyres though. Thank you!

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Dear Anmol

You can check your tyre type, if TL is written on the sidewall of the tyre then it is tubeless tyre otherwise, it is a tube-type tyre. IF your vehicle is currently fitted with tubeless tyres then you can go with Michelin City Pro tubeless tyre and if your tyre is fitted with tube-type tyres then you need to change the rim for getting tubeless tyres installed in your vehicle.

Michelin City Pro:https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3102/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre
Ceat Grip: https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/2956/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/CEAT-GRIPP-90-100-10-Requires-Tube-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

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Mufaddal Merchant
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Mufaddal Merchant

Hello sir, I have a activa model of year 2014 in which i have tubless tyres but i want to use tube type tyres or can i insert tubes in tubless tyres. I request you to suggest me which will be suitable for my activa. In tubless tyres we have to fill full air presure & in tube type little less air in tube will work like suspension in whatever road conditions we ride the activa. Please reply and suggest me.

Rajeev
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Rajeev

I have honda activa 5g 2018 model and i ride for 100kms per daily, and back tyre is very weak so pls suggest me which tyre can be best for long lyf grip and puncter less..
is it ceat or Michelin?

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Dear Rajeev

We would suggest you buy Michelin City Pro for an overall excellent performance.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Honda-Activa-5G-DLX-tyre-prices

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Tobi Sibi
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Tobi Sibi

Michelin

Prasanth
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Prasanth

I have the Honda Activa 4g 2017 model. It came with Ceat tyres. The rear tyre got wear off within 20k km as I use breaking a lot. I replaced it with MRF Zappy. Now mechanic told to change the front tyre even though it does not wear off coz it has run 24k km. He suggested JK tyre is that fine? after how many Km tyre should be changed?

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Dear Prasanth, The wear of a tyre doesn’t always mean the tyre’s pattern has to be worn out, due to the climatic conditions, your tyres could just become hard to an extent where the tyres aren’t going to perform like they should, under ideal conditions, 30K kms is when you can change the tires but in your case, if you feel that the tire doesn’t feel they used to before in terms of ride quality, it’s better to get them changed. Since you have Ceat tyres on the rear its best yo use the same pattern for the front as… Read more »

Rahul
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Rahul

I have honda Grazia model , I want to change my rear tyre and I like wider tyre..Can I fit wider tyre 100/90 R 10 in it..

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Dear Sir,

Can fit for the rear.

Thanks

Rahul
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Rahul

Does it have any effect on performance and mileage. which tyre you suggest for 100/90 R10 size in Grazia.

Dr Devashish Dipake
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Dr Devashish Dipake

I have activa 4G 2017 model i need to travel daily for about 55 kms on my vehicle. It is rural area where I drive with road quality extremely poor…, My rear tyre is wearing down so I need to change…, Any suggestion what tyre i should buy.

Team Tyremarket.com
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Dear Sir,

“Hi there, The Honda Activa 4G 2017 model comes with 90/100-10 tubeless tyres for the front and rear. Based on the requirements you have mentioned, you can opt for Ceat Milaze or TVS Pancer 2. Both tyres give good mileage, longer tyre life along with decent grip. Follow links to explore:
https://www.tyremarket.com/TVS-Pancer-II-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre
https://www.tyremarket.com/Ceat-Milaze-(Scooter)-90-100-10-Tubeless-53-J-Front-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

Thanks

Deepak sharma
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Deepak sharma

First time i need to change company fitted tyres of my activa 5g, i am facing regularly air loss on my current tyre, what should you recommend to me for activa 5g, which tyre is best for rear tubeless or tube tyre

Team Tyremarket.com
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Dear Sir,

As per your requirement, the best suitable tyre is tubeless for Activa. Please go through the given link and find the top brand tyre for activa. https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/90-100-10

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Ashish Panchal
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Ashish Panchal

I have Active 4G… Tyre required 90/100, and here see a 90/100 53J whats a difference…90/100 vs 90/100 53J
Not Available Only 90/100??

Team Tyremarket.com
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Dear Sir,

90/100 is the width and profile of the tyre. And 53J is the speed rating and load index and every tyre will have the speed rating and load index. These two factors are given as an indicator of the maximum load and speed the tyres can handle and are present on every tyre in every segment. Please follow link to explore options 90/100-10 : https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/90-100-10

Thanks