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Tires for Polo 6R Find the right parts and accessories for your Polo 6R all in one place.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tire Pressure: What is the recommended tire pressure for a VW Polo 6R tires?

The recommended tire pressure for the VW Polo 6R depends on the tire size, car model, and usage. This information should be provided in the car’s owner’s manual or on a sticker located on the fuel filler flap. Tire pressure for the VW Polo 6R can range from 2.2 to 2.9 bar (32 to 42 PSI).

Tire Size Compatibility: What are the recommended tire sizes for a VW Polo 6R?

The tire size for a VW Polo 6R depends on the year, model, and trim level. You can find the tire size in your vehicle’s owner’s manual and on a sticker on the fuel filler flap.

Common sizes of tires to VW Polo 6R:

  • 175/70 R14,
  • 185/60 R15,
  • 195/55 R15,
  • 215/45 R16,
  • 215/40 R17.
  • 215/35 R18.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS): How the TPMS system works in the VW Polo 6R

VW Polo 6R can have a TPMS system, but from factory it’s only indirect TPMS - It doesn’t use sensors in each wheel to monitor tire pressure directly. Instead, it relies on the existing ABS wheel speed sensors to detect a difference in rotation speed that might occur when a tire loses pressure.

While this system can warn you of underinflation (typically a 20% or more pressure drop), it has limitations:

  • It can’t tell you which specific tire is underinflated.
  • It may not warn you if all tires lose pressure at the same rate.

For greater accuracy you can retrofit Direct TPMS - it’s generally a more expensive option but can pinpoint the exact tire with low pressure.

What to do if the TPMS warning light turns on?

When the wheel check indicator light comes on permanently, it most likely means that the tire pressure of one or more wheels has decreased significantly compared to the tire pressure set by the driver, or the tire is structurally damaged. In addition, a warning sound may sound and a text message may appear on the instrument cluster display. It is necessary then:

  1. Immediately reduce speed and pull over to a safe place as soon as possible.
  2. Avoid sudden maneuvers and braking.
  3. Visually inspect all four tires for visible damage or lack of air in the tires.
  4. The pressure in each tire should be checked with a pressure gauge.
  5. Compare the measured pressure with the value recommended for the Polo 6R car. This information can be found in the owner’s manual or on a sticker located on the fuel filler flap.
  6. If the tire is underinflated, inflate it to the recommended pressure with a tire compressor.
  7. After changing the tire pressure value, or after changing one or more wheels, recalibrate the wheel indicator. To do this, turn on the ignition, then press and hold the SET button until a confirmation tone sounds. The system calibrates itself automatically in normal driving mode, to the driver-mounted tire pressure. After prolonged driving at different speeds, the loaded values are taken over and monitored.

Sometimes the light comes on after driving on a road with uneven grip (such as ice, or pebbles on one side of the road). After a warning that the tire pressure is too low, the car must stand for about a minute and not move, or the ignition will be turned off and on again before the wheel check indicator can be calibrated using the SET button.

What does the flashing indicator light of the wheel control system (TPMS) mean?

If the TPMS indicator light flashes for about a minute and then lights up permanently - the TPMS system is faulty. This usually means a faulty pressure reset button (in the glove box), a faulty ABS sensor or a broken harness wire of any of the ABS sensors. In addition, the wheel check indicator does not work when the ESP or ABS system contains a malfunction (e.g., no calibration of the steering angle sensor, etc.).

How long do tires last?

It is recommended that tires older than 6 years be replaced with new tires. This also applies to tires that look good for use and whose profile height has not yet reached the minimum value required by law. The age of each tire can be checked by the date of manufacture.