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    Hey brothers

    I need suggestion regarding tyres for Toyota Corolla 2007 model. I have the stock tyres still on because car only driven 28000 km till now :p


    I am having problem in regards to braking and handling. Its stock size is 175/70/14.

    Please suggest me some good tyres that could help resolve this issue.


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    yokohama 185/65/14 maintain 30 psi in all 4s.
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    195-65-15
    Grip
    Comfort
    Look
    3 in 1.

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    ^ u quoted rim size 15, however stock tyres have rim size 14. Does this work with tyres?

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    14 rims with 14 tyre and 15 rim with 15 tyre, You should change rims aswell..

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    195/65/15 is better
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    Thanks all for replies and info

    I think i will go for 185/65/14. I've seen other pkwheelers recommending yokohama advan db. Is it available in this size?

    Any info on the price and other tips?
    its the first time i am changing tyres.

    Also pls tell if i am late to change my stock general tyres or not(28k km)?

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    28000 kms are enough but I changed my GLI 2008 (old shape) tyres at more than 40000km but I drive very slow (60-100km\h max) and in normal driving conditions, I changed the tyres from general ones to Yokohama C drive 195\65\r15 with Chinese Rims braking and height of vehicle was much improved but it is still recommended to be with the tyre size mentioned by manufacturers.

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    Bro,i ave bought 195/65 R 14 ,yokohama A drive on stock rims n to be honest its handling has changed a lot. Braking has also improved a lot n tires r aving sufficient grip on turns aswell. I also ave the same Corolla.
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    never go for 15s brother. fuel average will be much worse and you will feel the car under powered as well. 185/65/14 are ideal size for this 2007 corolla

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    I am using 195/65/15 on my 2008 GLi and trust me, I love them as compared to the stock crap... 15 is the ideal rim size for ur car...
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