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MICHELIN Tyre Selector will help you find the recommended tyre pressure for your Hyundai.
The MICHELIN Tyre Selector not only helps you find the right tyre for your Hyundai but also provides the recommended tyre pressure for your Hyundai. The most accurate way to get the tyre pressure information remains the indicator on the air valve and either the label on the inside front door of your car or the vehicle instruction manual. These references relate to the tyre pressure recommended by Hyundai.
First, select the criteria specific to your Hyundai I30 using the MICHELIN Tyre Selector filters.
Each detail is important. In fact, in the Hyundai I30, the same model may have different inflation pressures depending on the engine, for example. So make sure to indicate the exact characteristics of your car. If in doubt, it is best to ask your dealer.
Then, click on "Check your pressure" to see the results
You can also consult the Hyundai page to find the right tyre and pressure for the main models of this manufacturer.
On the results page, scroll down slightly: the tyre pressure is indicated with the tyre size details near the car pictogram.
The stated tyre pressures are indicative values. The recommended tyre pressure for your vehicle is listed in the maintenance guide, displayed on a sticker on the inside front door (often passenger side) or even on the vehicles fuel cap.
Feel free to consult our tyre selector or contact a tyre dealer to find out which MICHELIN tyre best suits your vehicle.
Here you can access the tyre pressure recommendations for your Hyundai for the most popular models.
Since tyres naturally lose air (about 0.1 bar per month, or 1.45 PSI), regular pressure checks are necessary. We recommend checking the tyre pressure of your Hyundai once a month and before a long trip.
This way, you can avoid problems such as:
Maintaining the tyre pressure recommended by Hyundai for your model will improve your safety on the road, as well as that of your passengers and other drivers.
Beyond the safety aspect, this simple action is better for the environment and saves you money, especially on fuel consumption.