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    Default Please suggest which Tyres will suit best for My Honda Civic Reborn with Stock RIMs

    Dear All,

    Please help me out in selecting the tyres for my Honda Civic Reborn with Stock RIMs.

    Tyres shops are suggesting me to go with Dunlop TM or ECO.

    Please I need your suggestions....


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    Anyone????

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    Tyre shops usually offer the brand in which they are getting good insentives, i am not saying that Dunlop are not good but if i will be given an option to select for a Civic 1.8 i might be opt for Yokohama or Michelin rest upto you
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    please dont go for Dunlops, nd Dunlop Eco is the cheaper replacement of Dunlops lemans. hence worse tires.

    either go for the best, Pirelli/ michelins

    or Bridgestones (potenza/ Turanza) or any other model depends upon ur choice nd thread style.

    other then that go for Yokohama

    or else stick to the stock tires they arent that baad.

    dont fall for the rotation design it has nothing to do its jst that rotational tires shud not be used other then specified rotation, other then that theres no difference.
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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    Try Dunlop LEMANS LM702!
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    I would recommend Michelin, how ever if you have a prosmatic, I would recommend that for efficient breaking go for Yoko's C-DRIVE 205-65-15. I replaced my 3200 Kms driven Michelin Energy with these and driving is bilievin. Amazing road grip and handling, improved ground clearence and no impact on fuel consumption. BTW, I am selling Michelin's, the tyres are 2008 August only 3200kms driven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QFA View Post
    I would recommend Michelin, how ever if you have a prosmatic, I would recommend that for efficient breaking go for Yoko's C-DRIVE 205-65-15. I replaced my 3200 Kms driven Michelin Energy with these and driving is bilievin. Amazing road grip and handling, improved ground clearence and no impact on fuel consumption. BTW, I am selling Michelin's, the tyres are 2008 August only 3200kms driven.

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    Dear QFA,

    Whats your asking price for Michelin??

    moreover, how much you have paid for the YoKo C-Drive ??? I am checking these tyres in the market, but they are not available in 205-65-15 size ...

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    Dear All,

    thanks for your help...

    So now i will try to find Yoko C-Drive tyres, 205-65-15.

    But one question, are these tyres are suitable for bumpy roads???

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    For the Mich's I would say 15K would be the last price. I have been offered 13 by a tire dealer, when I asked how much he would sell them for, he quoted 15K which I reckon would be an appropriate price given the milleage clocked. By the way they are in stock specs 195/65/15

    The Yoko's I serached for them all over, eventually came acorss a guy in Neela Gumbit during my visit to lahore and after spending 3 hrs trying to stay away from vendors in the market convincing me to buy some type of Dunlop's. I am not sure of the name but its the 3rd shop on the left as you enter the tire street as it is called. The shop displays a huge Yoko sign board.

    My reason for changing them quiet honestly comes by habit. Since I have been driving and maintianing cars, I have felt that any thing in stock specs sent out to the third world is unrealistically below standards. I certianly cannot change any thing else on the vehicle, but surely feel that the tires which help you steer should not be compromised at all.

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    Maxxis MS 800,
    11% less cabin Noise
    11% Fuel Saving

    Minimum rolling resistance.

    Excellent handling, wet braking and performance.

    Contact: 0316-6225558

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    Go for Perilli cinturato P1 I'm using them for a year and i haven't faced a single problem yet. I visited Gilgit Baltistan a year back and they went perfectly fine.

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