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    Default Tyre Suggestion for Corolla X 2006

    On Driver Side B Pillar Two Tyre sizes are mentioned 175-70/14 and 185-70/14 and i want add one size keeping the deviation below thn 3% as mostly suggested, while currently car have 175-70/14, so which number can be taken as Base and add 3% deviation as i am intended to add 195-70/14 most probably Michelin ENERGY as its very light, Economical and Soft as compared to Yoko.

    My choices will be as under:

    1. Michelin ENERGY
    2. Yokohama dB (Advan or DNA)

    Please also suggest good place to Purchase in Islamabad/Rawalpindi i want Tyre of 2011

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    go for either michlien or yoohama advan dB... dna dB is

    And if u tnd to go for a bigger width, u'll be losing some fuel economy.. if u don't care for that, then u can go for 205 as well... that does not account for much difference either.
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    Go for
    1. Michelin ENERGY
    2. Yokohama Advan db
    3. TOYO

    if fuel economy is not in concern then you can go for 195 or 205.

    Main thing must be taken care while purchasing tires is date of manufacturing.

    Am using on my car corolla executive (known as corolla X) TOYO 185/70/14 (it came standard size from japan), made in japan, from 3 yrs, its also a good tyre..

    one more thing confirm about the YOKOHAMA that its made in PHILIPPINE or JAPAN..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollOnBigMaMa View Post
    go for either michlien or yoohama advan dB... dna dB is

    And if u tnd to go for a bigger width, u'll be losing some fuel economy.. if u don't care for that, then u can go for 205 as well... that does not account for much difference either.
    Thanks for replying, 205 will be out of question but yesterday i checked Michelin and Yokohama both have huge difference in Weight and Flexibility, so will be the Grip, Comfort and Economy as i believe to spend once more and have peaceful life

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    Go for
    1. Michelin ENERGY
    2. Yokohama Advan db
    3. TOYO

    if fuel economy is not in concern then you can go for 195 or 205.

    Main thing must be taken care while purchasing tires is date of manufacturing.

    Am using on my car corolla executive (known as corolla X) TOYO 185/70/14 (it came standard size from japan), made in japan, from 3 yrs, its also a good tyre..

    one more thing confirm about the YOKOHAMA that its made in PHILIPPINE or JAPAN..
    Thanks for reply, Already on the car is TOYO 175-70/14 but its doesn't looks appropriate size as 2 Tyre Sizes are bit confusion on Side Pillar as Fuel Economy is a big concern as car is for moving from Point A to B Economically and comfortably, 205 is out of question as keep the Rim size 14 is also for not giving any hard time to suspension and pocket.

    195-70/14 is also check if i can thn would love to otherwise i will go for 185-70/14 most probably Michelin ENERGY of 2011, can anybody provide the Michelin Authorized and Good Dealer as most are Ripping off
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    Any one using 195-70/14 please share the experience, while 185-70/14 is already mentioned on Side Pillar
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    So far its Michelin ENERGY 185-70/14 while checked Continental CC3 Made in CZECH its also good Tyre but way too expensive as asking Rs. 11500/- per Tyre
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    Looking for Yokohama advan dB 185-70/R14 but cannot find it in Islamabad
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