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    Dear Guys,
    Yesterday I got the Delivery of My New Honda City Idsi M/T in Cool Red Colour.
    It Is a Good Car But I didnt Liked It accelaration Movement. Its Like Driving An 2.0D Car. What So Ever Now I have Got it & Planning To Equip it with Steramatic 185/55/R15 Tyres With its Orignal Rims.
    Please Suggest Me that Is It Possible & If Yes It Will make any problem or not.
    In your suggestion Please suggest me which tyres & of which Size Should I put In it. & If Possible What Prices Are Going Now Adays.
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    ya same question here,i hav booked a city i-dsi too nd that too,in cool red color,wud b getting delivery near eid inshallah....wanna change its rimz nd need sum info abt that...
    @adnan
    i thnk 55 is too less for city,make it 185/55/R14 or R15......

    i need to know too wat tyres r best for it ....???
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    use 185/60/r15 specs for good drive or 195/60/r15 for the most u should go. i have 185/60/15 rims and michelin energy tyres in my car and they do thgr8 but steering is a bit heavy.

    for acceleration iam afraid thats how aweful acceleration of this car but by the time u would have driven 3500 kilometers u will be habitual to it.

    although u can ask ur honda dealer at 1000 inspection they increase acceleration a bit but later it re adjusted to the standard as currently is.

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    I would like to suggest that you dont go beyond 185/65 R14 size for 1.3 City.This size maintains the over all same diameter as of original tyres and does not enhance the rolling resistance of the wheels.Bigger tyres with low aspect ratio will make ride stiffer and further effect the acceleration of your car.

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    NEW CITY MT RIM & TYRES -671862
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    the 'acceleration' problem in new city's is a factory-fitted feature. goto the honda showroom (i-10 in islamabad) and tell them, the guy will tighten some clutch/accelerator wire and your problem will be fixed

    i've got 195/60/15s in my aria, they prob decrease the acceleration a bit but the stability and ride is wicked!

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    @exane
    plz reply my quries in ur new ride fourm.....
    @adnan
    @panther is 100% correct....185 65 R14 is enough..it dont decrease acceleration nd gives better ride i thnk.....
    @army boy
    nice caar nd rimz dude....
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