BMW 6 Series
BMW 6 Series Tyres
BMW 628 csi Tyres
- BMW 628csi originally fitted 195/70-14 Tyres, in this size the best tyre is the 195/70 VR 14 Vredestein, however this is a modern tyre that will not match the aesthetics of your 628 csi.
- After 1983 the 628 csi stepped up to 205/70R14 tyres or 220/55 WR 390 Michelin TRX.
- We suggest fitting either 205/70VR14 XWX, or 205/70 WR 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36, as a 195/70VR14 period classic tyre is not currently manufactured.
- BMW 628csi tyre pressure – 34psi front and 36psi rear.
- BMW 330 CS originally fitted 195/70VR14 at 35psi front and 38psi rear, as did the 633csi.
- For the BMW 630 csi and 633 csi today we suggest 205/70VR14 XWX or 205/70 WR 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36.
BMW 635 csi Tyres
- Up to 1979 the BMW 635 csi fitted 195/70R14 tyres.
- For these early 635csi we suggest either 205/70VR14 XWX or 205/70 WR 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36, as a 195/70VR14 classic tyre is not currently manufactured.
- The ideal inner tube for 195/70R14 & 205/70 R14 tyres is the Michelin 14F inner tube.
- Early 635 csi on 14” wheel tyre pressure 38 psi front and 42 psi rear.
- From 1980 the BMW 635 csi fitted Michelin TRX wheels with the 220/55 WR 390 Michelin TRX, with 34 psi front and 41 psi rear.
- The M 635 csi fitted 415mm wheels with 240/45VR415 Michelin TRX GT tyres.
- M635csi tyre pressure – 36 psi front and 44 psi rear.
BMW 6 Series Recommended Tyres
Other Options for BMW 6 Series Tyres
Michelin TRX Tyres Explained
History of the BMW 6 Series
The BMW E24 is the first iteration of the BMW 6 Series, it was manufactured from 1976 until 1989. The E24 was the replacement for the E9 coupés and was only available in the 2-door coupé body type. The E24 was powered by a variety of M30 straight-6 engines, with the exception of the M635CSi/M6 variants.
The E24 M635CSi is considered the starting point of the M6 model series. The M88 straight-6 engine powers the M635CSi in the majority of markets. The M6 is powered by the less powerful S38 straight-6 engine in North America and Japan.