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    Default 1.6L Corolla, tyre's international standard

    The 1.6L Corolla offered internationally have different tyre specification then, the Indus Corolla locally assembled here.

    The tyres when compared have mere -0.4% difference, assuming 195/65/R15 as preferred, otherwise, with overall same specs and dimension the indus corolla should feel and run the same with upgraded tyres as offered in international market.

    Is that upgrade good to go or do you have any other ideal upgrade without effecting the ride original comfort ??



    INDUS COROLLA...........

    16L Corolla tyres international standard -340574

    COROLLA Philippine......

    16L Corolla tyres international standard -340575

    Tyres Comparison.........

    16L Corolla tyres international standard -340576


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    Nice for Information, just for Information nothing else. we cant get it here. but the other reason might be Our roads, we just have 2 proper highways nation wide. i think 15" is decent option.
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    I had the same discussion with Honda Dealer , he said suspension stress and fatigue limits are set according to Tyre profile company provides... if you change the profile, he referred to changing Rim Size , it will have negative effect on Car's suspensions !
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    ^^ But, the Suspensions are same on local and international models.

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    ^But the roads arent the same here and in other countries

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    oh bhai pakistan hey...shukar karein kay tyre saath mein detay bhee hein

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