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    I have Honda city 2010 I have changed the Tyres to Dunlop sp sports 300 with size 195/60R15 the prob I am feeling is the hard suspension I want to ask that is it due to Tyres or its suspension is naturally hard should I change the tyre again or the tyres are ok because I don't want to ruin the suspension of the car in long run


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    new city has hard suspensions but you can use softer tires to minimize jerks on poor roads. I would recommend you to use yokohama dna decibel tires they are very grippy and soft.
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    ok @ zaeem89 i will check out these tyres once i get hold of some money till then i have to be patient with dunlop

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    Sir jee the best solution is to change your springs....get softer springs....It might be a little difficult to find softer springs cuz most aftermarket ones are usually stiffer, but u can look for other cars' springs which are compaitable wid city...

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    Quote Originally Posted by manofpk View Post
    sorry about that.... it really is 32... i use the bar unit for measurement so it lead to confusion
    Honda city 2010 hard suspension - 98078
    oh thats good
    mine came with EUROSTAR tyres but i have heard that new city is now coming with GOODYERR tyres... is that true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misteek View Post
    oh thats good
    mine came with EUROSTAR tyres but i have heard that new city is now coming with GOODYERR tyres... is that true?
    It was only for a little while when EuroStar was on strike:

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    The background story is that few months back General tires company went on strike so as a back up Honda imported Goodyear but by the time they came, General tires production started.
    They are now fitting them at random. Out of 10 cars delivered at showrooms 2-3 come fitted with goodyear.

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    I got 205 50 R16 yesterday for my City 2010. The drive is much more comfortable as compare to the stock ones. no more DUG DUG in the rear trust me. I did put 205 55 R16 for one day just for testing but I found 205 50 R16 more comfortable and now the front mudflaps wont hit bumps and for tires I put Dunlop Derezza DZ101. Awesome tires. Iw ill start a new thred over the weekend with pics as soon as I get time.

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    softer springs are good option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vik_vik View Post
    I got 205 50 R16 yesterday for my City 2010. The drive is much more comfortable as compare to the stock ones. no more DUG DUG in the rear trust me. I did put 205 55 R16 for one day just for testing but I found 205 50 R16 more comfortable and now the front mudflaps wont hit bumps and for tires I put Dunlop Derezza DZ101. Awesome tires. Iw ill start a new thred over the weekend with pics as soon as I get time.
    205 become too much wide and they will definitely effect fuel consumption....
    no issue for CNG

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    If you're willing to sacrifice some fuel economy deflate your tires to 30PSI, that will help in ride comfort.

    Secondly; SP Sport are not good tires. I would suggest you try out Sumitomo, they are very nice tires (if you can find them). Very good for ride comfort.
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