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    Default Need Help for Toyota Belta Tyres

    We have recentyl bought a Toyota Belta 1000CC 4 months ago. I love its drive and quality but i am having a problem that whenever 3 or 4 people are sitting in the car with nothing in the trunk car hits the road especially on speed breakers. This is a serious problem for me i need suggestions for the following questions so that i did not loose much comfort and fuel millage but my problem is also resolved?

    1) Should i go for R15 and which one 195 or 175. Currently I think R14 tyres are installed.

    2) Are General tyres are good for Toyota Belta and which one ?

    3) If not general tyres than what other tyres i can installed and what are their price ranges
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    Ok, this is a common problem which people experience in vitz and belta. The easiest solution would be to add 15" tyres + rims(or stepny). This would have an impact on your fuel consumption, but not to a great extent. Also, your ride would get a bit harder, and might even impact your suspension if you dont take care driving over potholes, etc.
    Another solution would be to add spacers to your car, but I would not recommend this because it spoils the outlook of the car, making it seem lower from front and higher from the rear end.
    So, I would recommend you to go for the tyre change, also I am assuming your car is on petrol, as all 3 cylinder cars should be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by desiguyonline View Post
    2) Are General tyres are good for Toyota Belta and which one ?

    3) If not general tyres than what other tyres i can installed and what are their price ranges
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    Dont go for general tyres, or eurostar for that matter. General tyres have no grip, and eurostar tyres are just *blah*

    If you want to go for cheaper tyres then go for Bridgestone, otherwise Dunlop SP sport 9000, or Yokohama ES100. If you want really really good grip, go for Formula FM901, but I wouldnt recommend for Belta.

    AS for the stepny, go for a 15" stepny, I think city 2010's stepny should fit. you can get those for 1k per piece.

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    General tyres are rubbish.

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    Just add 2 or 3 inch packing on shocks, costing 1200 Rs only. No need to incure cost of 40,000Rs

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