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    Update: August 3, 2014 XLI/GLI Details: Post# 2746

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzkhan View Post
    Have you tried general and imported tires on same rides?
    Imported tires in cultus can't be and should not be compared with general tires on corolla or on any other variant.
    Yes after two tire changes (yokos and dunlops) I went back to Euro directional tires and they felt way better and noiseless, smooth and grippy.
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arzaam.bhatti View Post
    See my thread for a detailed consideration of the option as I had chosen it. It's a good offer Pirellis aren't the best there are one or two better tyres out there that I will prefer in my personal use but having driven 2000km on pirellis on a variety of roads I am really satisfied with them. If convinience of changing tyres at the dealer is not a concern then you may look at better options such as continental and maybe you'll get a better price form the market. But at least the dealership is offering really fresh manufactured tyres which are not smuggled

    And yeah it's worth the 24 k extra
    People even spend more than that on security alarm headunit speakers etc so why not on something more important


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    Brother do you mind sharing Url of your thread. I would like to see a detailed review on pirellis.
    Actually I did check that tyre thoroughly and I found it rough and tough, just like EuroStar.
    It has a higher tread rating. Due to that it can last longer.
    I would have taken that option but unfortunately I already changed my car tyres.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother do you mind sharing Url of your thread. I would like to see a detailed review on pirellis.
    Actually I did check that tyre thoroughly and I found it rough and tough, just like EuroStar.
    It has a higher tread rating. Due to that it can last longer.
    I would have taken that option but unfortunately I already changed my car tyres.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/cor...th-gen-corolla

    see page 3 and especially 4

    make sure the ones you see are P1 Centurato Verde and not just centurato. theres a difference. euros have those knobby things on them when brand new which makes any other tyre seem smoother at sight, pirreli seemed smooth especially sidewalls etc but i will give you that they dont have a particularly sophisticated tread pattern. centurato verde has really good international reviews.
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    this particular series btw recieved a thumbs up from from german testing giant ADAC which has one of th most strict automative test of any regulatory body in the world. also russia's own top testing group ranked it number 1 and russia doesnt have particularly good roads infact they are worse then ours.
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    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Yes after two tire changes (yokos and dunlops) I went back to Euro directional tires and they felt way better and noiseless, smooth and grippy.
    Then I can only say "let's agree to disagree" as I have opposite experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzkhan View Post
    Then I can only say "let's agree to disagree" as I have opposite experience.
    Use them for sometime, then we will discuss again
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    as you can see very good reviews especially compared to euros which will get a zero and they have never been reivewed

    now if you look for centurato Verde tyres they have even better rewivews at 4.5 stars out of a bigger size sample

    Pirelli Cinturato P1 Verde 195/50 R15 82V ECOIMPACT BSW - mytyres.co.uk 4.5 out of 188 reviews

    Pirelli P1 Cinturato Verde ? FREE DELIVERY ? Oponeo.co.uk 4.5 out of 68 reviews

    these are user reiviews couple them with proper professional reviews like ADAC and Za rulem you have a excellently accomplished tyre, though i am not supporting any brand infact i dont think pirellis are the absolute best for 11th gen i like continentals better personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Use them for sometime, then we will discuss again
    Autophile(on a lighter note)
    Boys are united against ur stance
    Let them change and enjoy branded tires.
    Aap bhi tu Euro star ka case full fight kar rahay hain


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    Can anyone suggest me a good front and back speakers with amp for my grande?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nousher101 View Post
    Autophile(on a lighter note)
    Boys are united against ur stance
    Let them change and enjoy branded tires.
    Aap bhi tu Euro star ka case full fight kar rahay hain


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    LoL. It's not like fighting a case for Euros It's people's money and their choice. I am just giving my opinion and leave it to the readers to make an informed choice.
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    I bought an XLi in 2009 (last gen.) kept it on the Euro Stars till 50,000 km and then changed to CC5s.

    I must say that the driving experience absolutely changed after the tire change, especially braking! which is legendary poor in XLi anyway and Euros were skidding as low as 40km/h.

    The CC5s were noiseless, had better grip and braking improved considerably. The Euros are a tough tire no doubt, they will last, but that's all they are!

    The Euros on my Aspire are swelling like anything and they were bubbling from day-one, and in the recent rains the ABS is working triple over-time every time I braked, hoping to have them changed soon.

    So although had similar opinion as @autophile but my opinion has changed over-time regarding Euros, they are tough economical tyres but I wouldn't count on them when it comes to comfort and safety.

    So have them CHANGED! for the best value for them ASAP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by candid.stunt View Post
    Can anyone suggest me a good front and back speakers with amp for my grande?
    if you are seeking suggestions about sound system the right place is this

    In-Car Entertainment (ICE)

    post your question here you may get real good information according to budget .. please remember to mention you budget too

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilo19 View Post
    I bought an XLi in 2009 (last gen.) kept it on the Euro Stars till 50,000 km and then changed to CC5s.

    I must say that the driving experience absolutely changed after the tire change, especially braking! which is legendary poor in XLi anyway and Euros were skidding as low as 40km/h.

    The CC5s were noiseless, had better grip and braking improved considerably. The Euros are a tough tire no doubt, they will last, but that's all they are!

    The Euros on my Aspire are swelling like anything and they were bubbling from day-one, and in the recent rains the ABS is working triple over-time every time I braked, hoping to have them changed soon.

    So although had similar opinion as @autophile but my opinion has changed over-time regarding Euros, they are tough economical tyres but I wouldn't count on them when it comes to comfort and safety.

    So have them CHANGED! for the best value for them ASAP!
    How old these Euros on your Aspire? You can replace them under warranty. Bubbling is taken care by balancing and alignment. We have one 1.3 2012 City and one 2015 Aspire 1.3 in office, both on Euros and absolutely no issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    How old these Euros on your Aspire? You can replace them under warranty. Bubbling is taken care by balancing and alignment. We have one 1.3 2012 City and one 2015 Aspire 1.3 in office, both on Euros and absolutely no issues.
    On my first drive on the motorway in Apr, 2013 I observed the bubbling, this is was the 2nd week of purchase, I went to the wheel alignment people and once the wheels were put on the machines for balancing one could clearly see that the tires had some issue, that was the day I realized that even brand new cars need wheel balancing and alignment along with tire change.

    I didn't go for a tire change immediately because I was a Euro supporter, and had already driven a few 100, and was not getting any value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilo19 View Post
    On my first drive on the motorway in Apr, 2013 I observed the bubbling, this is was the 2nd week of purchase, I went to the wheel alignment people and once the wheels were put on the machines for balancing one could clearly see that the tires had some issue, that was the day I realized that even brand new cars need wheel balancing and alignment along with tire change.

    I didn't go for a tire change immediately because I was a Euro supporter, and had already driven a few 100, and was not getting any value.
    You could replace them under warranty.
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    If you go for proper tyres in the first place then you wouldn't need to have them replaced. All tyres are covered under warranty. You get substandard tyres and quality tyres that have all manufacturing and other details on them and you get some tyres with nothing on.


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    Every person has his own satisfaction level. To me, cars should have better tyres than euros, I can't bear the road noise and hardness, so I value a tyre that gets rid of them. If one can live with them, than no need to change tyres.

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    I am looking for latest android based entertainment and navigation players with at least 9 to 10 " Hd screen and Dvd/blueray drive for new corolla. If someone here saw those being sold anywhere do tell.

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    I asked Islamabad motors today if we were expecting anything new in 2016, was told a big fat NO CHANGES. Asked about security, reply was insurance and tracker good enough, statistics quotes 30 cars lifted this month 26 recovered due to tracker.

    Additionally an added feature would be a device that would would not enable the car to start with out it. Not sure what the agent was on about.


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