Fiat 128 Tyres
Fiat 128 1969–1985
- The Fiat 128 originally fitted 145HR13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67, a great tyre, original equipment, and our recommendation as the best option.
- some Fiat 128's fitted 145R13 Michelin ZX which is no longer made in that size, however you could instead fit 145 HR 13 Michelin XAS FF if you prefer Michelins.
- The correct innertube for these tyres is the Michelin 13CG innertube.
- Some Austin A40 owners choose to equip their vehicles with wider 155 R13 Tires due to the scarcity of 145R13 tires or a preference for a heftier tire profile. If you're leaning towards the 155R13 size, consider the 155R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67 as a top pick.
- The ideal 155R13 innertube is the Michelin 13D.
- Our period Innertube Guides state which models fitted innertubes, and which were released on tubeless wheels. Different iterations of the 128 became tubeless at different times, see below to find your 128 and its wheel type.
- Fiat 128 Rally Tyre pressure – 26 psi front and 24 psi rear.
- Fiat 128 Familier 3-door estate wagon Tyre pressure – 27 psi front and 29 psi rear.
- Fiat 128 Berlina saloon car Tyre pressure – 26psi front and 24psi rear.
- Fiat 128 Rural 5 door estate Tyre pressure – 26 psi front and 28 psi rear.
- Fiat 128 Special Tyre pressure – 26 psi front and 25 psi rear.
- Fiat 128 P Tyre pressure – 26 psi front and 26 psi rear.
- Fiat 128 Coupe 1100 & 1300 Tyre pressure – 26 psi front and 25 psi rear.
Fiat 128 Special
Fiat 128 Berlina
Fiat 128 Recommended Tyres
Other Options for Fiat 128 Tyres
A: Back in the 1970s the majority of tyres supplied to the Fiats car manufacturing plants were Pirelli. Some Fiat 128 cars fitted 145R13 Michelin ZX and the others fitted 145R13 Pirelli Cinturato.
History of the Fiat 128
The Fiat 128 is a compact family car with a transverse front-engine and front-wheel drive that was built and marketed by Fiat from 1969 to 1985 as a two- or four-door sedan, three- or five-door station waggon, and two- or three-door coupé. The 128 running gear and engine were utilised in the Fiat X1/9 sports vehicle, which was modified for a mid-engined layout. Over three million were produced after being named European Car of the Year in 1970. The 128 was notable for its innovative front-engine, front-drive configuration, which allowed for a particularly large interior volume and eventually became the dominant front-engine/drive layout across the world.