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    Default Tyre pressure

    Many people recommend to have a tyre pressure of 30 for both the front and back tyres but according to Honda, there should be a tyre pressure of 32 in front and 30 in back. So should I go with the Honda recommendations or with the normal pressure of 30?


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    oooooooooooooo......so thats y my city front tyres surface area was touching more then the rear tyres......i wld use 32...for front n 30 for rear from now onwards....thx

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    I am using 195/65/15R size in my Corolla 9th Gen 2007 GLi, suggest me air pressure for best economy and smooth ride.

    Currently I am filling 28 in front and 30 in rear tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain.mujtaba View Post
    Many people recommend to have a tyre pressure of 30 for both the front and back tyres but according to Honda, there should be a tyre pressure of 32 in front and 30 in back. So should I go with the Honda recommendations or with the normal pressure of 30?
    You have written "According to Honda", but is there any source or documentation of that? Just for authenticity. Because un-even tyre pressure is not recommended at all, it may have a negative impact on overall suspension (told by my mechanic). I dont know if its true or not

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    Ok, I have checked on the driver's side door, and the recommended tyre pressure for front is 32, and for rear is 30, for Honda City, 2009, 1.3 M/T

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