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    Hello
    Just got myself the new civic and I was wondering if I need to change the tyres of the car or how good they're. I have previously owned corollas and always change tyres after delivery of the vehicle so not sure if honda tyres also need tobe changed.

    Please suggest the best and easily available. I am located in karachi

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    AOA. Well the tires on both civic and corolla are eurosatars i believe, which are crap to be honest. If you plan on changing them then what i can only suggest is get 205/60 or may be 65 profile tires. Regarding the brands i'm not really sure which ones are the best at the moment as i do no live in pakistan anymore. but as you would assume the top picks would be yokohama, continentals and michelins, however sumitomos is a good option too, i have sumitomos in 205/65R15 on my 8th gen. civic which costed if i remember correctly about 11k per tire back in 2011.
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    Thank you for your valuable suggestion. I think I'll have to get the tyres changed for sure if they're the same as toyotas.

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    Michelin is a good option and every one is satisfied with it
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