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    Quote Originally Posted by 959 View Post
    Sir 205/55 R15 Yoko S drive if need spirited performance with good ride. 7.5K / piece.

    Bridgestone Turanza AR10 195/65R14 if you need a soft ride with high mileage and long tire life with decent grip and braking. 5.5K/ piece.
    Where can i find Yoko S drive in Lahore?? I was looking for those tyres 205/55/15 for my steermatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadbila View Post
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    if DB is not available, get A drive.its also very gud.
    To my experience of trying out A-drive (for a day) in this car, I must say A-drive is an extremely HARD tyre for the new city (dug dug sounds all the time even on good roads of lahore). So better stick with stock tyres than going for A-Drives unless you are after less road noise and better grip, the A-drive surely got edge there over stock ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shehzad72 View Post
    Where can i find Yoko S drive in Lahore?? I was looking for those tyres 205/55/15 for my steermatic.
    Sir cannot tell about Lahore but they are available in Karachi with a W speed 300/AA/A UTQG rating.
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    Using 205/55/16 Dunlop Direzza , bought it for 7.5 each. Loving the drive.

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    I am satisfied with stock tyres and after 24000km no problem in just one year. Why peoples want change?
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    ^The stock tires are crap!

    I'm going for 195/50/R16 by this month inshAllah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Kazim View Post
    I am satisfied with stock tyres and after 24000km no problem in just one year. Why peoples want change?
    for 15000 kms i thought the same, but then.....cant explain to you what happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfay View Post
    ^The stock tires are crap!

    I'm going for 195/50/R16 by this month inshAllah
    Sir these tires are very big in size, can ruin your suspensions, rims and body panels, only good for driving at DHA/Clifton roads.

    Change to Continental ContiComfortContactâ„¢ 5 205/50 R15, best for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfay View Post
    ^The stock tires are crap!

    I'm going for 195/50/R16 by this month inshAllah
    In 16inches, 195/55 or 205/50 would be better profiles.

    Don't go for 195/50 as it is gonna lower your ride a bit as compared to stock setup.

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    @959 & AvidDuo

    Quote Originally Posted by 959 View Post
    Sir these tires are very big in size, can ruin your suspensions, rims and body panels, only good for driving at DHA/Clifton roads.

    Change to Continental ContiComfortContactâ„¢ 5 205/50 R15, best for you.


    Why do you think clifton roads are good? Gulshan, Jauhar, Nazimabad, are all well paved too in fact they are comparatively new.

    If 16" will fit in my budget, I will definitely go for them either 205 or 195 with appropriate aspect ratio. However I will need suggestions regarding tires
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    bridgestone potenza. but these are super rare you will need to spend time in the market

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    stock tyre = general=local=crap

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    Is it possible that we booked/order a car in Pakistan with-out tyres and rims and we arrange according to our taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Kazim View Post
    I am satisfied with stock tyres and after 24000km no problem in just one year. Why peoples want change?
    right

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    Quote Originally Posted by misteek View Post
    for 15000 kms i thought the same, but then.....cant explain to you what happened?
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    @Dr Kazim
    Exactly the kind of options i wud have loved to avail....get my car without any tires n at reduced cost....also without a sound system pre and at reduced cost....use up this cost to get my car in a custom colour....i love that medium silver in toyotas...now that wuda been unique and according to my taste. Take tires alongwith me on delivery date n drive out on new shoes right from the word go.

    Sir i know u belong to the club of people who stick to most of the stuff STOCK on the car but believe me one of my mates once told me and i truly believe it now that after buying a car the best investment u can do in that car is get tires according to ur taste and driving style. N i dont mean those shiny shoes good for show purpose n not get used for their actual purposes ( referring to those very low profiles, very big rim sizes that too chinese brands and tires meant for more speed and too much control and grip ) i basically wana refer to tires that a family guy needs. This has to have comfort, fuel economy, long lasting and grip. Best tires in this regard get ratings from different websites, the ones i found top of the list were.....no1 was michelin energy saver S, no2 bridgestone ecopia, no3 yokohama Db.....

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    ^^^
    Can you tell the approximate prices of the tyres you mentioned?
    Michelin Energy Saver S
    Bridgestone Ecopia
    Yokohama DB
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    @apeedster_101

    Bro Energy saver S is the most expensive....4 tires at around 32k
    Yokohama db is next at 4 tires around 28k (longer lasting as compared to energy savers)

    Bridgestone ecopia arent available in Pakistan as per my knowledge. They dont get imported OR smuggled here.

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    ^^^
    Ok thanks for the info.
    You are using which tyres in your Honda City?
    And can you tell me that the company fitted Euro star tyres are sold for how much? Just after leaving the showroom.
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    Using Yoko Db 195/60/15. Eurostars went for 7k but after a mileage of about 2500 kms. Got the Dbs from Asad tyres pindi saddar tyre bazar. Reasonable price n freshest pieces available anywher.

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