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    Question RIms and Tyres Upgrade for City

    Guys i need ur suggestion regarding the rims and tyres for city.
    currently my car is driven only 4k and i have stock euro star tyres.. ryt now i wanna upgrade these.. but kinda short of money..so thinking to add rims and upgrade tyres later.... need ur advice are these gona b fine or i shld upgrade the tyres 1st??


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    fahad bhai
    lenso rims are good one here in pakistan , for tyers go for yokohama c drive in stock size if avilable
    reason why for yoko c drive its softer tyer than advan db and new city realy needs softer tyers due to its hard suspensions
    in my view u should first change tyer and than go for rim as ur stock tyers not much driven so now u can get some amount for them
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    Stock rims are fine as well, the Eurostars are cheap tyres though - if you want to swap just the tyres, you can go with Yoko DB or Michelin X2's 205 60 15 - both are excellent tyres for Hondas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fadifady View Post
    Guys i need ur suggestion regarding the rims and tyres for city.
    currently my car is driven only 4k and i have stock euro star tyres.. ryt now i wanna upgrade these.. but kinda short of money..so thinking to add rims and upgrade tyres later.... need ur advice are these gona b fine or i shld upgrade the tyres 1st??
    Original equipment wheels are fine first change your tyres for comfort and specially safety. Go for Michelin XM2 Energy the best product available in market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    Original equipment wheels are fine first change your tyres for comfort and specially safety. Go for Michelin XM2 Energy the best product available in market.
    bro are xm2 energy available in stock tyre size of city as i dont wanna go for wider tyres than stock width?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunhonbun View Post
    bro are xm2 energy available in stock tyre siwww wze of city as i dont wanna go for wider tyres than stock width?
    OE size if city is 175/70R15, you will get most of the brands in 185/65R15 . Michelin XM2 Energy is also available in 185/65R15.

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    Eurostar tyres are not much bad. U should use them till they last. For now, upgrade the rims
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    Tyres and then rims. Be Practical than cosmetic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aqibasit View Post
    Eurostar tyres are not much bad. U should use them till they last. For now, upgrade the rims
    bro city's suspension is quite stiff....thats why i m thinking of upgrading to softer tyres....moreover eurostars seem to be a bit noisy....but the problem is that city's oem tyre size is non-conventional,using a bigger tyre might effect abs operation.
    as far as rims are concerned...i dont want to ruin the suspension by mounting cheap chinese rims....i'll be better off with the stock steel rims unless i find some good light-weight branded stuff!!!

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