I own a Ford C-MAX 2.0 Titanium automatic. At the last MoT I was told it needed new front tyres so I asked the garage to get some fitted. It has come back with Wanli tyres. I've never heard of them and they were cheap. Are they safe or should i pay more and get Continentals that were fitted to the car when new?

Asked on 5 January 2011 by cj9965

Answered by Honest John
I've never heard of them either. But the new tyres should have been fitted to the back and the part worn rears moved to the front.

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