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    Default City '06 Recommended Tyre Size 14" or 15" ?

    Dear Friends By the grace of GOD i've just got my new Honda City 06 M/T Frost White and was thinking about changing the tyres and having rims .... so my question is which tyre size is the best 14" or 15" and tyres of which manufacturer .... As per my knowledge 185/65/14 DUNLOP r the best ???? wt say ????


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    You are correct . go for 14" for max fuel economy/comfortable ride. Please refrain some installing CNG in it. Thanks and have a nice day !

    your car shall start giving excellent milage after around 5K KM
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    15's will perform just fine on the car. The power steering will become hard but not unberable, it'll still be comfortable. Check out the Dunlop SP 9000s.
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    I am abt to have my City in April'06....New in the cars....Is it necessary to change the tyres....or is it just SHO SHA...?????
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    Put 185/55/r15. Dunlop SP Sport 9000 and Bridgestone Potenza are brilliant tyres.
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    new civic mubarak ho, i vote for 15" cause more air circulation, less weight and much good performance..also dunlop r best also pirelli too.....but for allweather i prefer dunlop..............regards

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    gladiator, the stock tyres HAVE to be changed. i believe they're 13" 165...very very poor road grip...i have installed my exi's 14" 185 tyres in it, the road grip is much better but nothing like the 15" 195 that i had on it earlier. I would like to emphasize again that people wanting maximum fuel economy and comfort should not exceed 14" ( im talking from personal experience, after going back to 14" my citys ride has significantly improved besides improvement in petrol average, hence there shall be no need of CNG)
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    I'd say.. waste of money...
    keep it stock...
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