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    Default Best Tires for Civic Prosmatic 2002?

    I want to change the Tires of my Civic Prosmatic 2002
    Please advice, What will be the Best Tires (quality and price wise)?

    Currently Installed DENLOP (Honda original) Life covered 60,000 Kms

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    ^ DUDE are your tyres giving you problems now ? Coz mine are 60,000 km driven aswell and the steering is DAMN hard now. The mechanic says the tyres are too old now and have lost flexibility.

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    Yes my tires makes trouble like puncture.
    My Steering is also hard may be its a tire issue.
    Well I m replacing Dunlop 185/165 with General Euro Star 195/165
    I will update here the status after changing.

    Quote Originally Posted by vyrus View Post
    ^ DUDE are your tyres giving you problems now ? Coz mine are 60,000 km driven aswell and the steering is DAMN hard now. The mechanic says the tyres are too old now and have lost flexibility.

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    @Arsalan
    Changing with Euro Star will not be a good decision as Generals dont hav gud grip. Go for Dunlop, Yokohama or Bridgestone.
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    But Brand New Honda Reborn, Toyota Corolla, and Honda City are using General Euro Star Tires.

    This is official statement of General Tires Company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arsalan195 View Post
    But Brand New Honda Reborn, Toyota Corolla, and Honda City are using General Euro Star Tires.

    This is official statement of General Tires Company.
    that is y 90% owner change them rite after buying, before even going to home, because they are the major safety threat to you and your family.
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