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    Salam.
    hope everyone is fine here.
    Guys please suggest me the tyre for my Civic in which i shall get a smooth/noiseless drive. Also suggest me the good brands and tyre size. I need to replace my tyres on urgent basis please help me out.
    Your suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Go for Continental CC5. 195/65/R15.
    Comfortable and noiseless tire.


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    Yokohama advan db 195/65 r15..Not exactly comfortable but noiseless!
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    Thanks for the replies.
    what about 205/65/15????
    & wats difference b/w 205/65/15 & 195/65/15?
    Plz also mention mee the actual/estimated prices. Thanks!

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    Yokohama advan db for sure..its better if you go for standard size..
    Diff b/w 205/65/15 and 195/65/15 is only width..205 is 205mm wide and 195 is 195mm...i think wider tyre consumes a bit more fuel..

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    Go for Michelin XM2

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    Michelin are not more smoother than yokohama advan...michelin has more mileage and saves fuel more..on other hand advan db has less mileage due to its softness but are more comfortable and smooth than michelin ..
    Rest is your choice

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    try yokohama blue earth ae-50. better grip and excellent wet grip, specially in current rainy season.



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    Thanks for ur suggestions!
    How is continental CC5 205/65/15?
    And plz also tell me the made of this tyre. i.e: (which country)? Will it give me a smooth & comfortable drive and better fuel consumption?
    Wats the difference b/w 205/65/15 and 195/65/15?
    Also tell me the estimated price of this specific tyre?

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    Try Michelin Energy Saver, not talking about XM2. I don't think you will regret it.If you are in Lahore then J.Rashid at neela gumbad has a fresh stock, dont know whether its smuggled or imported.
    Don't go near Advan Db. They are super silent but very much uncomfortable on rough roads not made for our roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziyad.ahmad.391 View Post
    Yokohama advan db 195/65 r15..Not exactly comfortable but noiseless!
    Tip for Advan DB users: Keep the tire pressure at around 28Psi, specially in the front ones. You will see the difference on rough roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Tip for Advan DB users: Keep the tire pressure at around 28Psi, specially in the front ones. You will see the difference on rough roads.
    Sir u are 1000% right..Im an advan db user and they are super hard on rough roads..!!!!
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    Hello brother

    what wud be the best tyre pressure for my civic 2009 manuel ..

    I m using 15/65/195

    earliest reply wud be appreciated.

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    Continental CC5. Grippy and comfortable.

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    Assalaam u alaikum
    I went to a tyre shop of a friend and i was in search of comfortable and noiseless tyres and size i choose was 205/65R15 to increase a bit of cars height. Plans were to buy anyone better among Continental, michlin, advan db, and blue earth but he suggested me to go fot bridgestone nextry japan 2015 manufactured and imported. I went for them and believe me they are simply awesome noiseless smooth on uneven roads and comfortable too.
    if u r still in search then consider them too
    By the Way my car is Civic 2012 Non prosmatec and previously i used dunlop sp 490 but they were just too bad on road this time tyre are 205/65R15 with 32bars pressure and they feel just soft as butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by MzM_aLy_ShAkIr View Post
    Assalaam u alaikum
    I went to a tyre shop of a friend and i was in search of comfortable and noiseless tyres and size i choose was 205/65R15 to increase a bit of cars height. Plans were to buy anyone better among Continental, michlin, advan db, and blue earth but he suggested me to go fot bridgestone nextry japan 2015 manufactured and imported. I went for them and believe me they are simply awesome noiseless smooth on uneven roads and comfortable too.
    if u r still in search then consider them too
    By the Way my car is Civic 2012 Non prosmatec and previously i used dunlop sp 490 but they were just too bad on road this time tyre are 205/65R15 with 32bars pressure and they feel just soft as butter
    From which shop and for how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    From which shop and for how much?
    From Chakwal Tyres Blue Area Islamabad and for 35000PKR only

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