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    Its time to change the tires for my car its 2005 civic with oem rims 15".i am somewhat comfortable to spend 30k for tires which tire i may go for and what size is best
    currently i am running 195/65/R15.should i stick with this size ?
    Please suggest me which tire is best option in provided budget
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    Some brands to consider: dunlop, kumho and nankang.

    Ive used all three on different cars and consider them to be great value for money.

    I would suggest that you stick to the stock tire size unless you like to push you car
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    Go for Dunlop. I am using Sp Sport 9000 rotational tyres on my Civic 2004 model. They have amazing handling and braking. I guess they're these on the link below: will confirm later today!

    SP Sport 9000 – Dunlop Passenger Tyres

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    bought hankook optimo me04 about 5 months back for my civic 05. loved it.very soft tyres. size was same as that of yours 195/65/R15 it costed 26k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sha2eb View Post
    Some brands to consider: dunlop, kumho and nankang.

    Ive used all three on different cars and consider them to be great value for money.

    I would suggest that you stick to the stock tire size unless you like to push you car
    yeah brother not hard pushing kind of driving ,Dunlop is good brand for the price

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    Go for Dunlop. I am using Sp Sport 9000 rotational tyres on my Civic 2004 model. They have amazing handling and braking. I guess they're these on the link below: will confirm later today!

    SP Sport 9000 ?€“ Dunlop Passenger Tyres
    how is the noise level on these sp9000 tires,overall ride quality soft or stiff pattern looks sporty...any idea about the price

    Quote Originally Posted by abuzerkhan View Post
    bought hankook optimo me04 about 5 months back for my civic 05. loved it.very soft tyres. size was same as that of yours 195/65/R15 it costed 26k.
    brother u remember from where u purchased the tires ,hankook optimo is Korean or japan brand?
    is tire is marked with white paint thing or kindly post a pic of the tires

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    brother i purchased them from Pindi since I was there for some work. Not sure either its korean or japan brand. I hope someone else can comment on it better. It was recommended to me by a friend who used hankook optimo in his civic always.

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    Following this thread. I also intend to change my civic tyres in the same budget before i make a trip to islamabad next month.

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    I am also using Hankook optimo since 2009 and found them very durable, dont say that they are noiseless but yes they withstand many years on roads of Khi.....couple of months ago i have purchased in 24k.

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    [QUOTE=alidavirgo2010;4877796]yeah brother not hard pushing kind of driving ,Dunlop is good brand for the price


    how is the noise level on these sp9000 tires,overall ride quality soft or stiff pattern looks sporty...any idea about the price>>>>>>
    No noise, not too soft as they are 50,000 kms driven, and I bought 15,000 kms earlier. overall I am satisfied with the ride quality and they give a good look to the ride.

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    Used YOKOHAMA on my car and still using 195/60/15. Tested A drive/ C drive/ DB, all our good and have a few ups and downs but worth it. Not sure if they fall in your budget though - no idea of recent rates
    Have used sp9k with 45 profile and with that profile too it had a great handling and lesser noise than YOKO DB in the same profile
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badpigs View Post
    Used YOKOHAMA on my car and still using 195/60/15. Tested A drive/ C drive/ DB, all our good and have a few ups and downs but worth it. Not sure if they fall in your budget though - no idea of recent rates
    Have used sp9k with 45 profile and with that profile too it had a great handling and lesser noise than YOKO DB in the same profile
    i guess Yoko are expensive will check market for current price
    although browsing through PW found a add for used tires
    Yokohama Japan 4 Tyres For Sale for sale in Lahore - Car Accessory 1417411 | PakWheels

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    Have used Yokohama's all three major products C-Drive, Advan DB and the newly introduced Blu-Earth A and the one which is the most liked by me is the Blu-Earth A...The main feature of these 3 are like this that choose Advan for Super Silent Drive...C-Drive for Real Sporty Drive but with not so high noise offcourse and Blu-Earth A is the one which has the combination of both Sporty and Silent Drive with extreme grip as well and is hence considered to be a balanced product!!!

    Now the choice is upto you I have told you the speciality of all these 3 best items from Yokohama and yes please go for none other than Yokohama coz its simply the best!!!

    By the way...Nowadays the trend is of Silent Drive....That is what people like so hence I'll prefer you to go for the Advan DB as it is also the one made for those wehmi kind of people who don't like to drive with even a little bit noise and want that extreme silent drive as it is considered to be a Premium Product from Yokohama due to its Silence and Good Grip Features and is highly favourite among Pakwheelers and Pakistani People and so they always reject C-Drive and Blu Earth A but this does not means that these are less good...Its just that they are not super silent like Advan but surely have low noise levels!!!

    P.S Grip of all these three is almost same!!!

    And I have also tested the all three items from Yokohama like BadPigs is saying and I will agree with him that all three are best with some ups and downs as Yokohama doesn't makes anything bad!!!

    But for your budget I will say in Rs.30,000 you can have C-Drive as it costs Rs.7500 normally don't know about the exact market rates...For DB and Blu-Earth A you'll have to extend your budget a little bit more as they are like Rs.8000 per tyre so a set of 4 will cost you Rs.32,000 so C-Drive suits you the most!!!

    So Best of luck with the Decision Bro...Stay Blessed!!!

    And please tell us what did you bought...Regards!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rohban427 View Post
    Have used Yokohama's all three major products C-Drive, Advan DB and the newly introduced Blu-Earth A and the one which is the most liked by me is the Blu-Earth A...The main feature of these 3 are like this that choose Advan for Super Silent Drive...C-Drive for Real Sporty Drive but with not so high noise offcourse and Blu-Earth A is the one which has the combination of both Sporty and Silent Drive with extreme grip as well and is hence considered to be a balanced product!!!

    Now the choice is upto you I have told you the speciality of all these 3 best items from Yokohama and yes please go for none other than Yokohama coz its simply the best!!!

    By the way...Nowadays the trend is of Silent Drive....That is what people like so hence I'll prefer you to go for the Advan DB as it is also the one made for those wehmi kind of people who don't like to drive with even a little bit noise and want that extreme silent drive as it is considered to be a Premium Product from Yokohama due to its Silence and Good Grip Features and is highly favourite among Pakwheelers and Pakistani People and so they reject C-Drive and Blu Earth A but this does not means that these are less good...Its just that they are not super silent like Advan but surely have low noise levels!!!

    P.S Grip of all these three is almost same!!!

    And I have also tested the all three items from Yokohama like BadPigs is saying and I will agree with him that all three are best with some ups and downs as Yokohama doesn't makes anything bad!!!

    But for your budget I will say in Rs.30,000 you can have C-Drive as it costs Rs.7500 normally don't know about the exact market rates...For DB and Blu-Earth A you'll have to extend your budget a little bit more as they are like Rs.8000 per tyre so a set of 4 will cost you Rs.32,000 so C-Drive suits you the most!!!

    So Best of luck with the Decision Bro...Stay Blessed!!!

    And please tell us what did you bought...Regards!!!
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    Attaching a Pic for your Reference!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rohban427 View Post
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    Attaching a Pic for your Reference!!!
    Advan DB tire size looks bigger. Is it just the pic or are they really that broad?

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    Its just the pic!!!

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