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    Default Reconditioned VS Eurostar tyres for Honda City 05

    Dear Experts,

    I need to change the tyres of my Honda City model 2005. Please share your opinion about reconditioned tyres (Yokohama) VS. new Eurostar tyres. Thanks.

    Max budget is 12K for 4 tyres.

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    Zain.

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    new eurostars
    Your ego is writing cheques, your body can't cash.

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    New Eurostar tyres if you can live with the loud humming noise. Reconditioned tyres are just sh*t

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    New General/Eurostar tires

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    Bhai!!!! Why you are playing with your life ? Between road and you there's only tyre. So, do little wait, arrange some more money and purchase brand new good tyre or atleast average tyre. Reconditions tyre are like sitting on time bomb and euro tyre with almost Zero braking...... It's as Humble advice. Do not play with yours and others life
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    If you drive at max 80 km/h and are a careful driver then Eurostars are fine. But if you drive frequently on highways and require to brake suddenly and hard then better to save some more money and buy some new Yokohama or Bridgestone tyres. Good tyres can be a life saver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehran View Post
    If you drive at max 80 km/h and are a careful driver then Eurostars are fine. But if you drive frequently on highways and require to brake suddenly and hard then better to save some more money and buy some new Yokohama or Bridgestone tyres. Good tyres can be a life saver.
    No offense but don't you think your over exaggerating
    Eurostars are normal tires nothing fancy still they get the job done
    They are a bit noisy but they hold up nicely

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    Thank you very much guys for the useful suggestions. I opted for new Eurostars and they're working fine so far.

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