Yokohama Tyres Supplied And Fitted

Yokohama tyres have been manufacturing tyres for over 100 years they were established in 1917 in Tokyo, Japan. The Yokohama tyre range are fitted as original equipment by many premium car manufacturers, for example Aston Martin, Porsche, Vw, Audi, Bmw, Mercedes, Tesla, Peugeot, Renault… 

Addison Tyre have been dealing direct as a Yokohama certified dealer for over 15 years so we can offer Yokohama tyres at very competitive prices. 

Many drivers consider Yokohama tyres to be some of the best in the entire industry. Addison Tyre is happy to offer this brand alongside some of the other most respected names in the market. Whether you’re looking to purchase a set of Yokohama tyres designed for optimal rain performance or the best design for driving in the city, our highly trained and professional team will make choosing models easy.

Unbeatable Prices Since 1965

We believe that the best tyres currently available should not necessarily cost the Earth. That’s why, here at Addison Tyre, we have been providing unbeatable prices since 1965 and we take pride in continuing this trend to all our customers today. To obtain a better idea of the selection that we currently offer, please feel free to visit or call our team today. Either way, our knowledgeable staff will be able to answer any additional questions that you may have and we are also happy to offer an estimate on all tyres and fitting work. Get in touch with Addison Tyre today.


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