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    Default Honda City 2008 Rock Hard Suspension

    Aslamo Alaykum

    My Honda City 2008 is giving feeling of rock hard suspension. Its feels like I have installed Stones instead of Rubber tyres. I can feel even a minor stone effect sitting inside. I have Yokohama A Drive with around 50000km usage already. I have not changed them crossover yet. On Smooth road drive is excellent but as road comes a little bit stony or patchy it feels like I am driving my car on rims without tyres. Suspension especially rear one is not satisfactory at all. I have had packing inserted in rear shock absorbers but its 3 years ago.

    Is it tyre issue or shock absorbers? Whether shocks can be services or something else should be done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by butt74 View Post
    This time I am interested in Michelin but no idea which version should I go for. Further more currently size is 185/65R14 is it appropriate ?
    Hello. need to know have you changed your tyres?? after getting all info. if yes..than which one you go for..
    i have city 2006 having same kinda issue even using Yokohama series. the tires are almost new.. hardly 2000km driven.
    kindly share with me the experience and the quality of the ride now and off course the price of tires..

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rohban427 View Post
    Yes 185/65R14 is an ok size...In Michelin, go for Energy Saver or Energy XM2 but XM2 is I guess a better thing...Ask from the dealer that which one out of these two is better as these two are almost similar products and the most selling ones in the Michelin Product Range in Pakistan!!!
    salam bro.. having installed yokohama tires not sure the the series. i can feel the ride has turned into softer but still feels on every bumbs..? what would be the reason why?
    your expert opinion would be highly appreciated
    Waqar

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