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    Hello friends, I need suggestion regarding new tyres. Yesterday my car was going left so I thought this is alignment problem I then went to a shop mechanic who said that alignment is fine your 2 of 4 tyres are causing this problem and suggested that I should change its tyre ASAP.. Those were stock tyres and rims.. Now plz tell me which brand should I go?
    Used or new?
    With stock rims or new alloy or used alloy rims?
    And yes he.said that the value of your tires is not more than 5000 -_-

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    if the pocket permits change all 4 tyres of same size & profile as existing change the brand for best comfort plus vehicle handling I'd strongly recommend Yokohama malaysian check the batch date it shall not be older than 2013. stick to oem wheels just change the rubber tyres. all 4 tyre change is recommended by oem at 40000 kms according to owner's manual
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    i have changed City's 2012 Eurostar tyres with NITO extreme touring 650, with 195 65 R 15. Improved braking, comfort and feel of the car has changed.

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    @capsat.. I forgot to mention that I have to change all 4 tires..
    I get what you said but please tell me some reliable shops.
    As you said that stick to oem.. Do you mean not to Change the tire size? Or I am wrong if so then please clear it.
    You said just rubber. What about rims? Should I stick with stock one?

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    For new city best size is 185/65-R15
    Yokohama Advan dB v551
    If u r in Karachi then go Shaikh Brothers, Sole distributor in Pakistan and if in any other city then call them and ask for authorized dealer in ur city. For contact details see first pages of his thread "I am tyre Guru"

    And if you don't like Yokohama then Michelin XM2 also very good. But yoko first.

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    Stick to original tire size for optimum fuel efficiency. Do not Change the rim size or you'll get Errors in Speedometer readings. In fact, I wouldn't Recommend Changing rims at all. Change only the rubber tires and yes, not with Used! I'd Recommend Yokohama but if Pocket allows, nothing like Michellin, Pirelli or Continentals. Stay away From Dunlop; Ecos are hard while Le Mans and SP Sport slip. Whichever you buy, make sure to see Manufactured date like Capsat said.

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    @civic7 I am in karachi, ok please tell me the exact location of shaikh brothers in karachi.
    If you know the (estimated) price of all four tyres of yokohama then plz tell. Thanks to all for the recommendation. JazakAllah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vajih102 View Post
    Stick to original tire size for optimum fuel efficiency. Do not Change the rim size or you'll get Errors in Speedometer readings. In fact, I wouldn't Recommend Changing rims at all. Change only the rubber tires and yes, not with Used! I'd Recommend Yokohama but if Pocket allows, nothing like Michellin, Pirelli or Continentals. Stay away From Dunlop; Ecos are hard while Le Mans and SP Sport slip. Whichever you buy, make sure to see Manufactured date like Capsat said.

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    Staying away from Pirelli would be wise since authentic Pirelli here are rare. Most of the available ones are not the kind you'd want on your car.

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    My sugestion: buy 14" rims and go for 195/65/R14 or 195/70/R14. you ll get more comfort without putting any more load on the engine.
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    14? rims??? Or staying with stock? Please Suggest..

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    Dear OP: I can understand the dilemma you're going through. So many suggestions, tyre varieties or options and the setback from your stock OEM tyres fetching you insanely low resale value. Most of us have gone through this experience. Well, don't panic. Follow these simple rules or checklist:
    1. Make up your mind and select the tyre size and profile you want.
    2. There is absolutely no harm in going +1. But this is something you will have to decide yourself.
    3. Keep in mind the role and purpose of your car, the road conditions in the areas you will be driving.
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    Your stock size is 175/65-R15. I see more City with 195/65-R15 followed by 185/65-R15.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    Your stock size is 175/65-R15. I see more City with 195/65-R15 followed by 185/65-R15.
    Used all above but found 185/65-R15 the best.
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    ^^^ I believe your experience. But do consider tyre brand/model and quality
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    @fouadbakht @civic7 thanks Bro. Please tell me about rims.. Stock or Alloy? share your experiences plz

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    Get city aspire alloys or just stock steel rims r fine
    ?Everyone should be respected as an individual, but no one idolized.?

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    Thanks I personally in favor of stock as they are reliable.. Don't know if I am wrong

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    Get Dunlop Enasave instead!
    But they might not be available in new!
    City's original tyres are easily available for 13k (New) removed from new City's all 4 tyres
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    dear waqar please check your inbox and message me your contact number

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    Quote Originally Posted by huzaifa.haroon View Post
    Get Dunlop Enasave instead!
    But they might not be available in new!
    City's original tyres are easily available for 13k (New) removed from new City's all 4 tyres
    Dear Bro imo eurostar is the worst company I have ever seen. My cultus had 'general' tyres and they survived 6 years.. Car was mostly used for highway trip and local with rough use, but still 6 years, whereas these eurostart survived just 2 years.. -_-
    Dunlop is rejected because majority says.

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