Renault Launches Its Own Line Of Tyres

It’s a known fact, that automakers outsource a big part of components to OEM suppliers, including the tyres. Looks like Renault is changing the game a little and is launching their own-branded tyre range called Motrio.

The Motrio tyre range has been developed to suit the requirements of older Renault vehicles, and is priced from £36 per tyre fully fitted. These new tyres are available from UK Renault dealers from tomorrow(February 1st).

Commenting on the new Motrio tyre range, Mark Crockett, Director of Service and Quality at Renault UK, said: “After servicing, tyre replacement is the second most frequent reason for a motorist to visit a dealership or workshop and it is also one of the highest value items when maintaining a vehicle. Our new own-brand tyre range, which of course carries Renault’s seal of approval, is very competitively priced and in many cases is significantly less expensive than the premium brands helping motorists to reduce their costs without sacrificing on quality.”

He added: “The new tyre range is just one reason for motorists to visit their local Renault dealer as the Motrio range also includes batteries, brakes, servicing parts, engine oil, anti-freeze and wiper blades, together with the expertise of our expertly trained Renault technicians.”


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