Fiat Stilo Multi Wagon tyre pressure

Fiat Stilo Multi Wagon

EngineTyre sizeFront pressureRear pressureFront loaded pressureRear loaded pressure
1.4 16V195 65 R15 91H28283044
1.4 16V205 55 R16 91V30303344
1.4 16V215 45 R17 87W33333944
1.8 16V195 65 R15 91V28283344
1.8 16V205 55 R16 91V30303344
1.8 16V215 45 R17 87W33333944
1.9 JTD195 65 R15 91H3344
1.9 JTD195 65 R15 91V28283344
1.9 JTD205 55 R16 91V30303344
1.9 JTD215 45 R17 87W33333944

Recommended Tyre Pressures

The recommended tyre pressure for your Fiat Stilo Multi Wagon depends on two key factors: engine size and tyre size

You’ll find the manufacturer’s recommended pressure listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door jamb or fuel filler flap. Additionally, you can search in the table given above

Factors Affecting Tyre Pressure

  • Temperature: Tyre pressure increases with rising temperatures and decreases with cooler temperatures. Check pressure when tyres are cold for the most accurate reading.
  • Load: Heavier loads require slightly higher tyre pressure for optimal handling and safety. Refer to your manual for specific inflation adjustments based on load.
  • Tyre wear: As tyres wear down, pressure can decrease. Regular checks and adjustments are essential.

Maintaining Proper Tyre Pressure

  • Invest in a pressure gauge: Having your own reliable pressure gauge ensures you can check and adjust pressure conveniently.
  • Follow inflation instructions: Inflate tyres to the recommended pressure, not exceeding the maximum pressure indicated on the tyre sidewall.
  • Spare tyre: Don’t forget to check the pressure of your spare tyre regularly.


Safety and Performance:

  • Q: Why is maintaining the correct tyre pressure important?
    • Correct pressure ensures optimal safety, fuel efficiency, tyre lifespan, and driving performance. 

Underinflated tyres can lead to blowouts, decreased handling, and increased fuel consumption. Overinflated tyres can wear unevenly and reduce ride comfort.

  • Q: What happens if I drive with incorrect tyre pressure?
    • Driving with underinflated tyres can lead to blowouts, reduced handling, increased fuel consumption, and premature tyre wear. Overinflated tyres can wear unevenly, reduce ride comfort, and decrease traction.
  • Q: How often should I check my tyre pressure?
    • Aim to check your pressure at least once every two weeks, especially before long journeys.

Tyre Pressure and Your Stilo

  • Q: Where can I find the recommended tyre pressure for my specific Fiat Stilo Multi Wagon?
    • Look for the sticker inside the driver’s door jamb or fuel filler flap. Consult your owner’s manual for exact values based on your engine size, tyre size, and load conditions.
  • Q: My tyres are different sizes than those listed in the recommended pressure chart. What should I do?
  • Always refer to the specific pressure recommended for your exact tyre size, regardless of what the general chart suggests for your engine size. You can find the pressure information on the tyre sidewall.
  • Q: Do I need to adjust the tyre pressure when carrying passengers or cargo?
    • Yes. Your owner’s manual will provide specific inflation adjustments based on different load conditions (standard, partially loaded, fully loaded).

Maintaining Correct Pressure

  • Q: What type of pressure gauge should I use?
    • Invest in a reliable pressure gauge that reads in pounds per square inch (psi). Avoid pen-style gauges, as they are often inaccurate.
  • Q: Should I inflate my tyres with nitrogen instead of air?
    • While nitrogen inflation offers some benefits like slower pressure loss, it’s not essential for most drivers. Regular air inflation with proper checks is sufficient for most Stilo Multi Wagons.
  • Q: What should I do if my tyre pressure is low?
    • Locate an air pump or gas station with an air compressor and inflate the tyre to the recommended pressure. If you suspect a leak, have the tyre inspected by a professional.

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