Goodyear tyres are a great fit for any Kia model – from the Ceed designed to do city miles, to the Stinger designed to provide performance and sporty handling. Goodyear produces tyres to fit all Kia models – each manufactured to complement and enhance the driving feel and handling of your car.
As the driver’s only contact with the road surface, tyres are a crucial component of your vehicle. By choosing Goodyear, a brand with over 120 years of refining and enhancing premium tyres and over 600 OE contracts with leading car manufacturers, you can trust our tyres to retain your Kia’s performance.
When it comes to replacing the tyres on your Kia, choosing a Goodyear tyre is a great fit to maintain the manufacturer recommended drive characteristics and performance of your vehicle. Our tyres have received awards in multiple independent tests and we are a leader in terms of the number of tyre sizes rated "A" in European tyre grades on the market today. We have a wide range of tyres suited to each Kia model.
Electric Vehicle Ready
Lower noise emissions and reduced rolling resistance make the tyre a perfect fit for electric vehicles
Dry Contact Plus Technology
The tyre's contact patch adapts to the driving style and road surface for improved dry performance
Wet Braking Pro Technology
New resin allows the tyre to have more micro-contact with the road which results in improved wet braking
Other tyres can be fitted to your Kia depending on your marque, size, preference and seasonality:
A summer pattern in the Goodyear range with fitment on the EV6
Designed for all weather performance with fitment for the Niro and Sportage
A performance tyre with fitment for the Ceed and Stinger
Whether you're looking for summer, all season or SUV/4x4 tyres Goodyear offer a wide range of tyres made to fit your Kia to ensure optimal handling and performance to give you the manufacturer recommended driver experience. We offer tyres for the following Kia models:
Maintaining the correct tyre pressure is crucial in ensuring optimum tyre performance. All aspects of driving and tyre wear can be affected by under or over inflation – therefore it is fundamental to know your vehicle’s tyre pressure and monitor this at regular intervals. By driving with the correct tyre pressure your vehicle’s handling and traction will be optimised in all weather conditions and have a positive impact on braking distance and fuel efficiency.
The correct tyre pressure for your Kia vehicle can be found in the vehicle handbook or visible on the inside of the driver’s side door.
For more information on tyre pressures read our guide on what your tyre pressures should be.
Even though you may be a safe and smooth driver, there are times when the unpredictability of other traffic or road surfaces that may require you to break harshly or swerve – pushing the demands on your tyres. By fitting the same construction and pattern to both axels on your car aids equal handling.
Different patterns or brands of tyres can vary in height and the speed they roll due to their individual designs or state of wear. This can affect the performance or mechanics if the tyres are mixed.
Whilst there are no laws in the UK requiring all 4 tyres to be the same pattern, it is recommended to do so to provide equal performance to aid safe driving. If you are planning to drive abroad in your own car, it is worth researching laws of the countries you will be visiting or driving through as some do have laws on mixing tyre patterns.
Read our guide on When To Replace Tyres for further details.
Looking for other Kia model tyres? Goodyear offers a wide range of tyres suited to the Kia range available here.
*Based on 49 reviews in magazines from November 2013 to 02.09.2021, conducted by 17 of the leading and independent European tyre magazines. The calculation is based on the number of Goodyear test wins in the year round category over all competitors tested. More information under: https://www.goodyear.eu/en_gb/consumer/legal-disclaimer-test-claims/more-all-season.html