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ChangeMyTyre.com expands its product range

by Rahul Basu Posted on 03 Jan 20135,919 Views1 Comments

Adds Alloy Wheels and 2 Wheeler Bike Tyres to its online tyre portfolio


Alloy Wheels and Two wheeler tyres



Launched earlier this year, ChangeMyTyre.com became the first fully operational online tyre sales portal in the country. With a range of 4 wheeler tyre brands that now include Apollo, Continental, Goodyear, Bridgestone, Michelin, MRF, Nixen, Pirelli and Yokohama amongst others selling on their ecommerce platform it was a matter of time before the NCR based online retailer upgraded its offerings to cater to a wider customer base.


By adding Alloy Wheels and 2 Wheeler Bike Tyres along with the various other 4 wheeler options already on sale ChangeMyTyre.com has not only expanded its product portfolio but today also delivers purchases to all major cities and towns across India. 


It is also in the process of rolling out a network of Changemytyre.com authorised fitment centers across India, where customers who have purchased tyres online can have the tyres fitted.


There are no additional charges for customers purchasing four or two wheeler tyres with their Credit Cards, Debit cards or even Net banking for that matter. In major cities one could also pay just 10% at the time of booking the order and balance upon fitment or delivery. 


Also Read : India's first online tyre store goes live


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