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    Guys,

    I brought a brand new Honda city prosmatec a month back which came with Eurostar tyres. Everyone insisted me to change them but I said that warranty would be void so I continued with them. It has driven hardly 1600 KMs and I've noticed a bubble on of the tyre coupled with a crack!!! I want to claim it in warranty. anyways, what sort of pathetic tyre quality are they making? Is this the result that I get for buying a Pakistani product?

    Tyre experts please advise if tyres are replaced in warranty or not and also which brand would be suited if i replace them?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamz View Post
    100 admi , 100 kahanian but ur kahani is unique xD
    He is right euro star aren't bad the problem is mostly very old tyre (old tyre get hard by time) which company couldnt sell are supplied to car manufacturer

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamz View Post
    100 admi , 100 kahanian but ur kahani is unique xD
    I have used XP2000 that came with my new Corolla back in 1997 and they were terrible in terms of grip. The XP2000 that came with my Liana in 2008 were better in grip but hard.

    I recently got Eurostars on the recommendation of one of my relatives who has a 2013 City Prosmatec and I am satisfied Alhamdolillah. Please note that I have has new Singa and new Dunlops on my Liana as well and while Singa were excellent, they turned hard in 2 years and the Dunlops I didn't like much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by talhabinomar View Post
    I bought Civic 2005 Exi, it came with eurostar 195/65/R15, my experience with it is not so bad but the comfort is not there of Honda with these tyres as My Father have Honda Civic 2010 with energy savers, awesome grip on road what ever the conditions are.
    Civic Exi did not come with Eurostars. It used to come with General tires, in size 185/65 R14. VTi and VTi Oriel used to come with Dunlop tires size 185/60 R15 if I'm not mistaken.
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