These tyres have a 235mm section width and an aspect ratio of 55%. This is the height of the tyres in relation to their width. The R in a tyre's code refers to the fact that it is made with radial ply construction. The number that follows it means that the tyre will fit a wheel with a diameter of 19 inches. The last part of a tyre's code refers to its maximum load capacity and the top speed at which it can operate safely. For a 235 55R19 100V, the maximum weight each tyre can carry is 800kg. They are rated for speeds of up to 240km/h.
235 55 R19 tyres are suitable for a range of 4WDs. They can fit both lower end and luxury models. These tyres come at a range of prices, depending on the manufacturer and the quality you are looking for.
Some vehicles that can use 235 55R19 tyres include the Audi Q7, the Honda CR-V, the Hyundai Santa Fe, the Jeep Cherokee, the Kia Carnival, the Land Rover Discovery, the Mazda CX-7 and the Mercedes GLC-Class.
Many drivers may prefer a slightly wider tyre instead. Something such as the 245 55R19 would give you better handling and allow for shorter braking distances.