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PSA launches Eurorepar Reliance tyre range

Groupe PSA has a launched a new tyre family that will be available through its retail network as part of its Eurorepar aftersales parts programme.

The Eurorepar Reliance tyre is initially offered in 23 sizes, with prices starting at less than £30. The range is expected to expand next year.

To celebrate the launch of the new Reliance tyre family, Groupe PSA UK is offering a new customer initiative – motorists buying two new Eurorepar tyres will receive £10 off the total purchase price, while those purchasing a full set will be eligible for a £20 reduction.

Richard Dyson, Groupe PSA parts & service director UK, said: “With the UK heading into the colder, wetter months, it’s important for motorists to check the tread depth of their tyres as worn items will greatly affect safety and confidence behind the wheel. We’re very pleased to introduce the Eurorepar Reliance range to our tyre programme, giving customers more choice, quality and value than before.”

The new Eurorepar Reliance tyres will be available via Vauxhall, Peugeot, Citroen and DS retailers, in sizes ranging from 14 to 17-inches

The largest size available is the 225/50 R17 98V – making it suitable for both new and existing examples of the Peugeot 3008 SUV and older Peugeot 607 models.

Built with a silica compound for improved wet weather traction, all tyres in the Reliance line-up have a C-rating for Wet Grip.

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