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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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    Quote Originally Posted by silentassassin1 View Post
    Use some better Michelin tyres

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    I think Michelin Energy saver r best among Michelin, is it not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    I think Michelin Energy saver r best among Michelin, is it not?
    No way man. Michelin Pilot Sport Series is the best from Michelin. There are many better tyres than Energy Savers, However Pilot Sport 3 which I have used is outrageous tyre, No other tyre to me has come onto the level of that tyre. Flawless

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    Brother.. I used Yokohama Advan db on my 2010 city .. last year i sold it and purchased City 2015.. put Michelin Energy saver on it.. i must say Advan DB are better than Michelin in all aspects i.e. rotation noise, road grip and comfort level.. Yokohama Advan Db are strongle recommended.
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    My brother is using Yokohama Advance AVS dB 195/65-15 on his City A/T and the grip is tremendous with no noise. Done around 30k km with no loss in performance of the tyres. Fuel economy is also OK even with stickier tyres.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentassassin1 View Post
    No way man. Michelin Pilot Sport Series is the best from Michelin. There are many better tyres than Energy Savers, However Pilot Sport 3 which I have used is outrageous tyre, No other tyre to me has come onto the level of that tyre. Flawless

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    Civic is entirely a different car than Honda City, I think you used them on your 8th Gen. Am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanniazi_2000 View Post
    Civic is entirely a different car than Honda City, I think you used them on your 8th Gen. Am I right?
    I used them on Corolla GLi 2009. For 1-1.5 years. 205-55-16, Those tyres made it a different ride altogether, No compromise on comfort, grip or anything whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentassassin1 View Post
    I used them on Corolla GLi 2009. For 1-1.5 years. 205-55-16, Those tyres made it a different ride altogether, No compromise on comfort, grip or anything whatsoever.

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    It is a different car altogether than Honda City. Michelin are also no doubt are very good tyres

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    Only thing to take care is not to buy smuggled tires. It will not only dent Pakistan's economy, but trust me they are really unsafe. 185/65/R15 is good for both fuel economy and ride comfort. Softer the tire more it will wear out quickly.
    Also note that there is no official dealer of Dunlop in Pakistan.
    Call the official dealer so you buy genuine stuff.
    Sheikh Brothers for Yokohama. Advan DB are really good
    PTRC for Bridgestone (offical imported size for honda city by them is 196/60/R15)

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    Where are Shaikh Brothers located in Lahore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentassassin1 View Post
    No way man. Michelin Pilot Sport Series is the best from Michelin. There are many better tyres than Energy Savers, However Pilot Sport 3 which I have used is outrageous tyre, No other tyre to me has come onto the level of that tyre. Flawless

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    Aoa, would you plz share the price, availability of 185/65/R 15 and outlet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by afak14 View Post
    Aoa, would you plz share the price, availability of 185/65/R 15 and outlet?
    You can check out in market. I got quoted 16k per tyre for 215-45-17

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentassassin1 View Post
    You can check out in market. I got quoted 16k per tyre for 215-45-17

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    Outlet's contact no plz!

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    Nothing is better then Yokohama db Advin tyres for Honda City

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