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    AOA
    i am going to buy new Honda city this week inshahAllah . And I want to change its company fiitted tyres to some soft good tyres for Pakistani roads.PLease suggest me the best tyres and shops where to buy in Lahore .
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    get yokohama A drive 185/65R15..
    or if u wanna change the rims aswell , go for size 16 and 195/55R16 , but tht would be heavy on the pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustafa8228 View Post
    get yokohama A drive 185/65R15..
    or if u wanna change the rims aswell , go for size 16 and 195/55R16 , but tht would be heavy on the pocket
    Thanks Mustafa

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    hi guys
    Are you confused by your car tyres (or if you're American, your tires)? Don't know your rolling radius from your radial? Then take a good long look through this page where I hope to be able to shift some of the mystery from it all for you. At the very least, you'll be able to sound like you know what you're talking about the next time you go to get some new tyres.

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    bro...Yokohama Advan Db V551 in 185/65/15s are by FFAARRRR the class leading tyres out there in the market.....you can even opt for 195/60/15 but DONT go for 195/65/15..they are way too big for the new city, though some users are using it as well....the change shall remain within 3% of the stock tyre bro....google for tyre size calculators and see the results...i prefer Miata Tyre SIze calculator personally. best of luck

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    ^And what is the price of Yokohama Advan DB V551 in 185/65/R15 these days...I am planning them to install in my Honda City Manual Taffeta White!!!
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    I'm using 195/60/15 for my city and the handling and overall drive is wayy smoother than the stock tires.
    And these tyres lie within 2% difference rule.
    PLUS If you want to use the tires with stock rims then opt for max 185/65/15
    If using after market alloys upto 7 inch width then opt for 195/60/15 for optimum performance.
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    Most people prefer 195/60/R15 over 195/65/R15.

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    I have checked Honda City Car Manual and confirmed from factory as well.... The rim width is 5.5 J, so max tyre width can be 195. A tyre of 195/60/15 has minimum difference with stock tyres. However Honda Guys say any change in tyre specs would cause warranty void.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsiddique View Post
    I have checked Honda City Car Manual and confirmed from factory as well.... The rim width is 5.5 J, so max tyre width can be 195. A tyre of 195/60/15 has minimum difference with stock tyres. However Honda Guys say any change in tyre specs would cause warranty void.
    Brother it depends on u I am using 195 60 R15 on them and car is working perfectly so its not really a big problem.

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    195/(60-65)/15 advan db looks too good on this city wid city aspire rims which u can get here frm fsd i will tell u d shop.
    Iv a brand new set of advan db 195/55/15 (low profiles) along with alloy rims as well. If u wanna c i can email u d pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsiddique View Post
    I have checked Honda City Car Manual and confirmed from factory as well.... The rim width is 5.5 J, so max tyre width can be 195. A tyre of 195/60/15 has minimum difference with stock tyres. However Honda Guys say any change in tyre specs would cause warranty void.
    it will only avoid shock absorber's warrenty. i asked them as i was also willing to change mine city's tyre but due warrenty avoidence, i remained on the stocks.
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    Hi! I have been using Yokohama 215x45x16s in my city for the past 4 yrs (55k kilometers milage) with 16" lenzo rims. The tyres are now cracking and need to be changed. I feel like keeping the rims but not sure which tyre to get.

    I want to get a thicker tyre now so please advise if 195x60x16 would be a good size. 205x55x16 is another option.

    I also saw a lot of Bridgestone and Dunlop tyres in the market. Should I try them out or stick to yokohama?

    I cannot find good tyres in blue area Islamabad as most are from early 2014 or even 2013 in some cases! Please suggest if anyone knows of a good shop.

    Many thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sajjan1 View Post
    AOA
    i am going to buy new Honda city this week inshahAllah . And I want to change its company fiitted tyres to some soft good tyres for Pakistani roads.PLease suggest me the best tyres and shops where to buy in Lahore .
    THanks n REgards
    Brother 3 days back i got my aspire 1.5 MT and i have changes her shoes to Advan DB Japan 195-65-15. Believe me more comfort , noise less drive and light steering. I wonder why people claiming 195-65-15 for city...???????? now drove 70km and loving it.

    Their is a speed breaker infront my house where my cousin city 1.3 having 185-65-15 got bumped every time ....lolzzz but mine one with passengers on board also never touch that breaker.

    1 thing more i am very curious about tyres, when i was going to buy the tyres i hav weighted Advan db, Michilin energy saver plus, bridgestone ecos and found Advan db was 1.30 kg less weight then Michilin / per tyre.

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    KENDA KAIZER 185/65R15 .. Comes with 1 year replacement warrenty .. amzig v shaped tires

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    Default Honda city ivtec wheels and tires problem touching the body of rear side

    hi every one....i have replaced my tires with maxxis 195/65/15 on alloy wheels...now the problem is all the three wheels are good but rear right side wheel touches body for few seconds when car jumps little but on road at 40 or above km/h......is that due to week shocks or something else is causing that.......left side is still ok..any expert here!!!!!!!!
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    hello ,

    The main issue is that this size 195/65R15 is not suitable for honda city ... its slightly bigger for this car in 15" rim options .

    The suitable options for Honda city as follows :-

    15 INCH RIMS :

    185/65R15
    195/60R15

    16 INCH RIMS :

    205/50R16
    205/55R16
    195/55R16

    The most suitable size is 185/65R15 .

    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by shk View Post
    hello ,

    The main issue is that this size 195/65R15 is not suitable for honda city ... its slightly bigger for this car in 15" rim options .

    The suitable options for Honda city as follows :-

    15 INCH RIMS :

    185/65R15
    195/60R15

    16 INCH RIMS :

    205/50R16
    205/55R16
    195/55R16

    The most suitable size is 185/65R15 .

    Regards,
    thanks bro....actually current rims have 7.5 inch width....can reducing the rims width solve the issue.. 7 inch or with less size....
    regards,

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    City has 5J rim and on this rim you can go for maximum up to 185-65-R15. The choice of tyres depends upon on you driving area. The soft tyres don't go well with cracked / broken roads. If you will drive mostly in city like Lahore or Islamabad, go for soft tyres. Otherwise, go for tyres with thick side-walls which at least have 2 ply construction.

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