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    Default best Rim and tyer size for honda city automatic?

    Thanks you guys for help me out. I have decided to buy honda city automatic. now guys please tell me what type of typer and rim should
    i put on city ? I think 16 inch will look batter but fuel consumption will remain the same ? and guys on Monday I m gonna buy honda city too
    so do tell me about the honda city color. I personally like black but its very tuff to clean it.


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    I would suggest you to keep the original stock rims but change your tires to 185 65 R15 Michelin or low noise Yokohama DB Decibel. It will cost around 12,000 approx. if you trade in your new stock tires i.e EuroStar 175 65 R15.

    Don't go for 16' inch if you want to change the rims as well. It will surely affect the suspension and fuel economy.

    Regarding color I think Polish Mett. and Taffeta White are better choices.

    I have one in Polish Mett.

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    Sir 205/55 R15 is the best size.

    Look for Michelin XM1+, Kumho KH11, Bridgestone Turanza ER30 or GR80 or Yokohama decibel V550.

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    About the size of the tire

    Best is the one the company puts in car because they put the size on which engine can perform best changing them to large or small will cause pickup/fuel consumption probelms.

    On the other hand if u still wanna increase the size of the tire sugestion of pyrimaniac is best.

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    Today i saw honda city with 16 inch rims and 17 inch.
    they were luking awesome..
    but everyone suggestion me to get 15 inch rims.
    I think 15 inch would be batter choice becuz i want smooth drive and good fuel avg.
    so now which profile tyer should i use which luk good on 15 inch rims

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    Dear All,
    I have Honda City 2010, Company tyre size r R15 175/65, I want to change tyres n rym as too small,
    If anyone can help to provide correct size for it which doesnt reflect speed n fuel consumtion. I suggest R15 195/60 ?

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    Sir I suggest 205/55 R15, 195/60 R14 is also a good size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 959 View Post
    Sir I suggest 205/55 R15, 195/60 R14 is also a good size.
    Dont you think 205/55 R15 will consume too much Petrol and also Car pick n speed will be reduced ? Also Jump wont be good ?

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