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    Default Best tyres for Honda City 2016

    Sallam o Alikum,

    I need to know which tyres are good for Honda City which can help feel comfortable suspension and quitter ride.


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    Michelin xm2 are soft tyres and will compliment city's hard suspension

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    Michelin XM2. 185/65/R15

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    Quote Originally Posted by abuzulqarnain View Post
    Sallam o Alikum,

    I need to know which tyres are good for Honda City which can help feel comfortable suspension and quitter ride.
    Just got Advan DB 195/65/15 yesterday for my city aspire and i am very happy at the moment. haven't driven much in the new tires but the trip back home was much much better then trip to the shops.

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    These are excellent Super soft tyres but I shifted to Yokohama Cdrive because wanted more traction and control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abuzulqarnain View Post
    Sallam o Alikum,

    I need to know which tyres are good for Honda City which can help feel comfortable suspension and quitter ride.
    Bridgestone Nextry I am using, they are really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    Bridgestone Nextry I am using, they are really good
    Price for one tyre?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hakiani View Post
    Just got Advan DB 195/65/15 yesterday for my city aspire and i am very happy at the moment. haven't driven much in the new tires but the trip back home was much much better then trip to the shops.
    i have heard that one should use tyre of same specifications as advised by manufacturer,
    What u say?



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    Quote Originally Posted by bilal.janjua1 View Post
    Price for one tyre?


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    6,000 / tire

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    6,000 / tire
    Quite cheap if im not wrong


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    Yokohama advan db is the best


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    Quote Originally Posted by bilal.janjua1 View Post
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    i have heard that one should use tyre of same specifications as advised by manufacturer,
    What u say?



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    Quote Originally Posted by bilal.janjua1 View Post
    Quite cheap if im not wrong


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    Yes they are, as lately the price of imported tire has fallen due to reason unknown to me, he started this with 6,500 and ended up at 6,000 per tire, Tire is manufactured in November 2015 and I purchased them in April 2016 with 80,000 KM warranty

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    Yes they are, as lately the price of imported tire has fallen due to reason unknown to me, he started this with 6,500 and ended up at 6,000 per tire, Tire is manufactured in November 2015 and I purchased them in April 2016 with 80,000 KM warranty
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    Thank you guys, I bought 5 days ago Michelin Enwrgy Saver Plus tire 195/65/R15 and production date is feb 2016. From ISB Japan tyres. Tyres looks very beautiful on the car but I think they give a little sound. May be its because size is bigger. But yes they comfortable.

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    Bought nitto 650 extreme touring 185/65/15 avg dropped from 14 to 11 . Tyres are new grip is excellent .and ride height is improved .

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    One more thing I like to share that stock tyres where giving no humming sound at all and also comfortable as I experienced Michelin.

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    How quite your db advan are as compare to stock these tires. I bought Micheline energy saver plus 195. 65. 15 but I feel humming noise after 40 km where as in stock tires ride was more comfortable.

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    I still think Yokohama or Bridgestone r better than Michellin

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    I still think Yokohama or Bridgestone r better than Michellin
    Use some better Michelin tyres

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