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Bridgestone Ecopia EP100 Questions & Answers

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Phil C
Phil C

what tyre pressure for Ecopia HL001 on a Honda CRV?

Roy
Roy

Whats the recommended tyre air pressure

Joe
Joe  

I believe each car model has different recommended tyre pressure. For my 2006 Toyota Yaris, the recommended tyre pressure is 32 psi back and front. However, from experience, I personally wouldn't go below 34 psi to maximise the tyres' life. 32 psi will give you soft and comfy riding but at the cost of your tyres shoulder. My new tyres are now at 38 psi as recommended by Bridgestone Tyre Centre and so far the riding has been good. Check your car's manual for the recommended presure. My believe is somewhere between 32 - 40 psi. Try to experiment between that range to find the best balance for your car.

Bryan G.
Bryan G.  

According to Jarod Bianti, he said: I haven't yet had a vehicle that I don't run the same pressure in the front and rear. Not to say that all vehicles are that way, but I would safely assume that most are (as another answer mentions — 50/50 weight distribution).

Regarding a few tyre post: https://www.bestnetreview.com/best-all-terrain-tire/

Don't rely on the door stamp recommendations. They’re based upon a set temperature (15°C iirc) and static weight of the vehicle with no cargo. ALWAYS rely on the tire itself and even then, ask an experienced tire shop person what they recommend the pressure to be for your type of vehicle and make/model of tire. Every vehicle is different and every tire brand/model is different which leaves tens of thousands of combinations. A good tire shop should know the ideal pressure to run at.

As an example: my Ram has a door sticker saying 65 Psi, but with the stock Goodyear tires, the pressure is best at 40 Psi. But…with my new BFG KO2's, my recommended pressure is 35 Psi.

Yap Andrew
Yap Andrew

I am currently driving a Toyota Avanza and I am currently using Michelin XM2 tyres my current tyre size is 185 x 70 x 14 , I have been using Michelin Tyres for 4 year now and recently the tyre shop dealer wanted to recommend me Bridgestone Ecopia and he said is very soft and comfort , but what i want to ask is does the tyre last coz my wife travel alot ipoh to K.kangsar then again ipoh to bidor the next day...one week twice if one month 8 times to and from(16 times)

Lorro
Lorro  

I have travelled 3000k since fitting the Ecopia tyres and have found them to have great handling in the wet,very quiet and improved fuel economy on trips.

Hope this is of some assistance

eddie
eddie

How do they perform on a Honda CRV?

coco
coco  

Don't know but don't perform on a Ford Focus

Mark
Mark  

Can't speak for a Honda but it probably depends on how you like to drive it. I have only tried them on a Yaris.

david hambleton
david hambleton  

I have them on my 2013 Fiesta. Only done about 4,000k's but they ride better than the Continental's that came with the car and they only gave me about 35,000 k's. (At 145 bucks each, i won't be buying them again.) I've had no problems with the handling and the steering is a lot better. I haven't noticed any braking problems, but the ABS probably takes care of that. Can't really comment on wet roads because i don't drive like a loony.

Pat
Pat

Which Ecopia tyres would suit mitsubishi lancer 2010? Or which brand do you recommend. ..thanks

Martin T.
Martin T.  

Please go to https://www.bridgestonetyres.com.au and search by vehicle, model, series as there are many models i.e Wheel/ Tyre sizes of the Lancer 2010 that the EP100 would cover.

Hope this helps.

Suz
Suz

Are the ecopia tyres suitable for a Tarago especially in the wet?

dharm
dharm  

Hi ...ya it is very good in wet too...my best friend got on his tarago taxi and he has been very happy with it ... u will be very happy with it..

Regards

Dhram

Lex
Lex  

I have had no problems with the ecopias in the wet on my lancer. I don’t see why they wouldn’t suit a tarago.

Cheers,

Alex

Peter
Peter

Are the ecopia tyres suitable for a rodeo that only does road travel?

SandyG
SandyG  

Yes but a rodeo would likely require A/T or H/T tyres the later would suit you i'd also try other brands as there is far better value out there

SandyG
SandyG  

Yes but a rodeo would likely require A/T or H/T tyres the later would suit you i'd also try other brands as there is far better value out there. I believe you would be after Bridgestone duellers for a Rodeo as the Ecopia is a car tyre

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