These tyres fit many different makes and models. 225 70R16 tyres have a section width of 225mm and an aspect ratio of 70%. The aspect ratio is the tyre's height in relation to its width. The R in the code indicates that they are designed with radial ply construction, while the 16 means that they fit wheel rims that have 16 inch diameters. Tyres have one last aspect to their codes, which tells you the maximum load capacity and the top speed that they can safely reach. A 225 70 R16 103T can carry 875kg for each tyre, at speeds of up to 190km/h.
Tyres come in many different sizes. 225 70 R16 tyres tend to be suited to larger vehicles. These include a range of 4WDs, people movers and utes. Both high end and more affordable cars can use these tyres. The price will vary, depending on the manufacturer and the quality of the tyre.
Some models that can use 225 70R16 tyres include the Daewoo Winstorm, the Ford Escape, the Hyundai Santa Fe, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Kia Carnival, the Lexus RX, the Mazda Tribute and the Suzuki Grand Vitara.
The 225 70 R16 may not be the only suitable option for your vehicle. If you would prefer a wider tyre, you could try something like the 235 65 R16. These will have a shorter braking distance and better handling.