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    Default Best tyres in market for honda civic vit 2005?....need quick response plz

    brothers i had to change tyres of our civic...so wanted to know the best option...
    car has to go off the road also...as we had to visit our farm lands and there are no carpeted roads...

    and plz mention the price also...

    i will prefer the same original profile..but dont know which brand to chose..
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    Go for Michelin XM2 Energy exclusively manufactured for good and bad roads. 195/65R15 is around 9000-9500 Rs.

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    more suggestions plz...
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    well Michelin are the best in market.

    I ve kept yokohoma DNA dB 205/65/15 for my new civic but now the plan is somewhat confirm for the
    purchase of city aspire.
    I dont think i ll be putting those in my new city, The tyres are very very slightly used and you can PM me if interested.

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    I also have a Civic VTI 2005 and I changed the tires of my car last month ! I got Yoko A-Drive 175/75/R15 (Japanese) and so far I am very happy with them. I got 4 of them from 28K.
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    michlen energy and yokohama are the best.....

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    michelin energy are good for carpeted roads only as their inner wall bulges out on rough roads,bridgestone are hard tyres,might be good for such type of road,i am using yokohama AVS db for same car

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    there are two votes for michlen so think that will be final...

    do they give any type of warrenty? and whats their life span?


    whats the price difference in michlen and yokohama?
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    michelin are very light weight n soft tires
    bridgestone are hard tires
    yokohoma comes in middle

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaudhary9 View Post
    michelin energy are good for carpeted roads only as their inner wall bulges out on rough roads,bridgestone are hard tyres,might be good for such type of road,i am using yokohama AVS db for same car
    opps here comes the confusion...

    so as i told car also had to go off the road so should i go for bridgestone?
    whats their price?
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    hows your yokohama avs db going?
    for how much you got that?
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    well i told you about tires,rest its upto u to decide,maybe bridgestone would be best for u since they are hard n wud b suitable for such road
    last time when i checked bridgestone my-01 were for 8k smuggled n 9k not smuggled,though they might even give u smuggled tires n give you warranty n when u claim it,they wont....
    avs db were for 8.5k but he came down to 7.5k after the negotiations

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    I am using Eurostar tires as I also have to go to my village also very rough road exactly today 50k km driven and the spare is still untouched....Dunlop tires get hard after 20-30k km and can easily burst while driving on rough roads I have faced this problem.....
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    thanku brothers for the input...

    will now i think bridgestone will be a better choice ...
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    any comments on continental?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaudhary9 View Post
    michelin energy are good for carpeted roads only as their inner wall bulges out on rough roads,bridgestone are hard tyres,might be good for such type of road,i am using yokohama AVS db for same car
    New Michelin XM2 Energy is made with iron flex technology and capable of absorbing extra shocks for details check www.facebook.com/michelinpakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaudhary9 View Post
    michelin energy are good for carpeted roads only as their inner wall bulges out on rough roads,bridgestone are hard tyres,might be good for such type of road,i am using yokohama AVS db for same car
    New Michelin XM2 Energy is made with iron flex technology and capable of absorbing extra shocks for details check www.facebook.com/michelinpakistan

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    fb link lol?
    give some better link
    normally michellin tires are light weight n so on rough roads their wall bulges out,shop guy even showed me one,but it'll be good for fuel average as well,now it depends on the preference,i also would have gone for bridgestone but i drive in isl,so there wasnt much need of those

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    Quote Originally Posted by sahk View Post
    any comments on continental?!
    Continental CC5 is reliable. I have them on my civic 2005

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    Finally got Michelin saver.....195/65/R15

    Michelin XM2...dosent comes in profile that fit in Honda civic 2005 so got these...
    till now feeling good...good grip, much lesser noise then dunlop...Best tyres in market for honda civic vit 2005?need quick response plz -1100146Best tyres in market for honda civic vit 2005?need quick response plz -1100147
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