Megane Tyre Pressure

RENAULT MEGANE TYRE PRESSURE


What is the ideal tyre pressure for the Renault Megane? The best Renault Megane tyre pressure configuration depends on a number of factors. For one, the tyre pressure depends on the size of the wheels for the Renault Megane that could be 195/65 R15, 205/55 R16, 205/55 R17, 225/45 R17, 225/40 R18 or 235/40 R18.

It should also consider the myriad benefits of driving a car with properly inflated tires, principally the reduced rolling friction from the road, which leads to higher fuel economy, maximized life of the tires, decreased road hazards, and less gasoline consumption, which in turn burns less carbon dioxide into the earth's increasingly fragile biosphere.

Coming on the heels of Renault's success with the smaller Clio, Megane was launched in the mid 1990s as a family car, and quickly achieved success of its own. It is now marketed as a sedan, a coupe, a convertible or a hatchback.

The people responsible for the Megane's tire pressures monitoring are at Renault, which also makes the Laguna, Scenic, and owns Nissan. (feel free to click here for their contact coordinates).

Please call, telephone or write to them and advise them of the need for easier tire pressure sensing and monitoring for the Megane, as well as all other models that Renault manufactures and markets in large numbers around the world.

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