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    Default Which brand tyres should I get?

    AOA.

    Have Civic EG. Need 15" tyres. I know for a fact that I should be getting either 195/50/R15 or 195/55/R15.

    However, not sure which brand to go for.

    I am looking mostly for comfort and less wear tyres. Any suggestions?

    Also, mention costs if known.

    Thanks.


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    195-55-15 nanking ns2 cheap and with good grip

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    Michelin XM series is great but a bit expensive, around 15-17K per tire (for 18inch wheels, don't have idea about 15s).
    Go for Yokohama Advan DB with eyes closed, by far the best tire available here. I've used it with 16s and 18s and I am very satisfied with their grip and low noise. Even in heavy rain, the grip is by far the best compared to Dunlop and Bridgestone.

    Michelin, Continental, Pirelli and Yokohama all are awesome.

    Dunlops are noisy (saying from experience as I've used it on Civic EG, 8th Gen Civic).
    Bridgestone is also a bit noisy but has better road grip then Dunlop.
    Falken is also good, provided you can get ones with fresh dates.
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    Go for 195/50/R15.

    I am using 185/70/R13 (Dunlop) on my Civic EG, it has the OEM 13inch alloys.
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    What about those Continental ones? CCC5 i think...are those good for comfort? Price range?

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    yokohama japan

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