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Thread: XM2 vs Advan dB vs SP Sport 490,which one to choose for 9th gen civic?

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    Question XM2 vs Advan dB vs SP Sport 490,which one to choose for 9th gen civic?

    AoA. Please guide me which one of theses tires should I choose, Michelin XM2, Yokohama Advan dB, Dunlop SP Sport or anything even better than these in the same price range or a bit more or less?

    Priorities are "low cabin noise" and "better fuel economy". Car doesn't go beyond 120 km/h on highways and max. 75km/h inside city(sometimes). Stock size(195/65/15) is required.

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    I had an official potohar and put in requisition of new tires till it got approved the OEM tires had done 130,000kms almost and then they were finally changed so Do i claim the original tractor type general tires are best ? NO.

    Almost all tires last differently in different conditions.. If some guy says his lasted some Xyz kms it may have but under his use.

    My cars which are driven intercity by driver mostly get their tires changed quite late but car which is used for motorway travel is taken care of and tires are change around 40-45k kms because we would not like a high speed blow out.
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