About JAX Tyres

JAX Tyres is an Australian tyre retailer with over 80 stores across the country’s east coast and upcoming plans for expansion into both South Australia and West Australia. JAX Tyres’ first store opened in 1949 in Sydney where it focused exclusively on tyres and wheels.  In 1986, JAX Tyres expanded into servicing brakes and suspension. In 2005, JAX Tyres merged with Quick Fit Tyres, which operated in Victoria and Queensland.  The company now employs over 500 people and services more than 60,000 customers each month.

Jax Tyres logoJAX Tyres provides tyres and wheels to fit a wide range of cars and stocks all of the leading brands. They have integrated their website with their own stock systems and those of the world’s best tyre brands. This enables JAX Tyres to list on their website over 4,400 tyres and 11,700 wheels, with prices for each. The tyre brands listed include, among others, Bridgestone, Goodyear, Dunlop, Michelin, Maxxis, Pirelli, Continental, Hankook and BFGoodrich.

JAX Tyres also offer a wide variety of services to customers, including servicing brakes and suspension, wheel alignment and balancing and vehicle servicing.  In addition they offer nitrogen inflation for customers with larger vehicles, which can provide better grip, increased tyre life and improved fuel consumption.

JAX Tyres has entered into an arrangement with Tyrecycle to ensure that used tyres are disposed of in environmentally friendly ways, instead of just becoming landfill.  This arrangement sees used tyres recycled into a variety of products, including use as a fuel source.

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JAX Tyres also have a handy online wheel selector tool – simply input the make, model, year and series of your car and it will come up with a list of popular tyres for your car. Easy!

Other tyre retailer brands we surveyed

Canstar Blue commissions Colmar Brunton to regularly survey Australian consumers across a range of categories to measure and track customer satisfaction. The outcomes reported are the results from customers within the survey group who have purchased car tyres from a car tyre retailer in the last three years – in this case, 1,289 Australians.

The other car tyre retailer brands in this year’s survey are:

  • Tyrepower
  • Beaurepaires
  • Bob Jane T-Marts
  • Bridgestone
  • Kmart Tyre and Auto
  • Goodyear

You can view the car tyre retailer brands survey results here.

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