Check the air pressure in the tyres
The air pressure for the tyres should be checked every month and should be checked on cold tyres. "Cold tyres" means the tyres are the same temperature as the ambient temperature. After several few kilometres of driving, the tyres warm up and the pressure increases. Inadequate tyre pressure increases fuel consumption, shortens tyre lifespan and impairs the car's roadholding. Driving on tyres with tyre pressure that is too low could result in the tyres overheating and being damaged. Tyre pressure affects travelling comfort, road noise and steering characteristics.
Tyre pressure decreases over time, this is a natural phenomenon. Tyre pressure also varies depending on ambient temperature.
Tyre pressure label
The tyre pressure label on the driver's side door pillar (between frame and rear door) shows which pressure the tyres should have at different loads and speed conditions. This is also specified in the tyre pressure table.
Tyre pressure for the car's recommended tyre dimension and information about ECO pressure that results in improved fuel economy can be found in the printed owner's manual.
Temperature differences change the tyre pressure.
Fuel economy, ECO pressure
In order to obtain optimum fuel economy at speeds below 160 km/h an ECO pressure is recommended (applies to both full and light load - see the tyre pressure in the printed owner's manual).