Phone: +64 3312 4019
Tyres Brands: Cooper Tires, Hankook, Yokohama, Toyo Tires, Pirelli, Kumho, Goodyear, Falken, Dunlop, Michelin, Nitto, Goodride, Nankang, Nitto.
Address: 2 Main Street, Oxford.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 07:00 – 19:00, Saturday: Close, Sunday: Close.
TyrePower History – Tyrepower
In 1977 in Australia, ten independent tyre store owners got together to improve the purchase price of tyres. After the success, they founded a TyrePower company, managing to pass on the price improvement to their customers by offering better prices in the market.
Over the years, the company became the largest independent tyre dealer network in Australasia. Each tyre store is managed by its owners, which generates a faster response speed and excellent service to each local customer. Besides, each store shows the name of the owner and has an internal code of conduct for each owner and employees, developing great confidence from the customer.
Nowadays, the company in addition to only selling tyres also offers batteries, puncture repair, brakes, WOF, suspension, air conditioning, transmission flush, wheel alignment, balancing and rotation and more.
In New Zealand has more than 16 stores, the locations are Kerikeri, Whangaparaoa, Otahuhu, Piopio, Warkworth, Whangarei, New Lynn, Christchurch, Te Aroha, Ellerslie, Helensville, East Tamaki, Oxford, Gisborne, Hastings, North Shore, Otago and Glen Innes.
Tyres in Canterbury
There are an estimated 482.136 vehicles in Canterbury, which means there are 2.410.681 tyres in this region.
Canterbury, a region known as the “land of plains and peaks” is located in the centre-east of New Zealand’s South Island. It is an area formed by the Canterbury Plains that extends from the ocean to the Southern Alps. Its main city and seat of the regional council is Christchuch. Other cities include Timaru, Ashburton, Rangiora and Rolleston. The region is characterized by a wide variety of activities such as windsurfing, cycling, climbing, skiing, whale watching, visiting vineyards and gardens.
▷ Kumho Tires
Kumho Tyres History
The history of Kumho Tires begins in 1960 in South Korea, its name translates to “bright lake” and it has been its philosophy in the creation of its products, giving users a great experience when driving their vehicles. Kumho Tires has done a short time, what has taken place in the tire sector for a long time and this can be seen in the fact that Kumho is one of the 10 tire manufacturers in the world, and currently has more than 7 factories located in South Korea, Vietnam, China and the United States where tires are produced.
Kumho Tires invests a large part of its earnings in technology development always to surprise users with new products. Kumho Tires apart from manufacturing tires for automobiles, crossovers, sports vehicles, vans, light trucks and commercial, Kumho also produces tires for racing vehicles. Kumho offers a wide variety of ranges for all tastes. Ecsta for high performance, Solus and Sense for touring, Crugen and Road Venture light trucks and vans.
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