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    Official pamphlet Altis http://tinyurl.com/k3as7w6

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

    Below XLI/GLI Details As per Pakwheel member @shk_54

    Registration cost 1.8, Islamabad

    Registration cost 1.6, Islamabad

    Registration cost of 1.3 Gli in Islamabad

    Fuel averages of Gli 1.3 AT, Altis 1.6 AT and Grande 1.8 CVT-i

    Gli 1.3 AT vs Altis 1.6 AT a fair analysis by @nido747


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    Thumbs down Didn't like General tyres.

    Quote Originally Posted by supereagle View Post
    Dear all,
    I'd like to come in here to give you my experience with General tyres. In my car I first had Korean Kumo and then Japanese Bridgestone before switching to Pakistani made General tyres. I'm a patriot and want my country to progress and do all I can to buy Pakistani stuff but there is a flip side of the coin when things are substandard. I've had the same experience with my General tyres. The road grip is not good and the car skids especially when doing tight turns at a speed where my Kumo and Bridgestone won't budge. Their grip was much better than my General tyres. Do I regret my decision of buying General tyres? Yes. Will I buy them again? No.

    The tyre is the most abused and the most neglected part of a vehicle. Always go for a good branded tyre. In my opinion, Michelin, Continental, Goodyear, Dunlop and Bridgestone are good tyres.

    Regards.
    I would like to add one more important point about General tyres. The road-grip is not ample even when doing a straight line. My car feels like skidding with the grip lacking in quality. Such a performance is not only uncomfortable but dangerous, for safety is compromised with a poor road-grip of tyres.

    I would like to underscore that there shouldn't be any compromise in the quality of tyres. Never go for a substandard tyre to save money. You will be putting your life in danger.

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    This thread has become tyre thread rather than 11th gen corolla sadly


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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin View Post
    This thread has become tyre thread rather than 11th gen corolla sadly


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    Tyres always have threads sir! Regards.
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    Lightbulb Correct word is 'wobbling' and not 'bubbling'.

    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!
    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.
    Mohtaram @kilo19 and @autophile Sahibaan,
    The correct word to describe is 'wobbling' and not 'bubbling.' At first I thought you guys were referring to bubble formation on the tyres themselves. No offence please. I remember my younger brother and I used the word 'bubbling' when we were about 7 and 11 years old respectively and our dad corrected us. Our mechanic 'ustaads' use the word 'bubbling' when referring to 'wobbling.'

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    Took my Gli MT from Islamabad to PD Khan via motorway last weekend. 5 people on board with A/C.
    The car easily goes to 160 kmph without effort. Handling is very good despite high ground clearance.
    Took the car to 3 villages, all having completely broken roads with stones and mud ponds. The high ground clearance is very useful there as the car didn't hit the bumps.
    Absence of mud flaps is also a relief because they are the first to touch the bumps.
    I am using Continental CC5 and they are superb in every department. Noiseless, comfortable and durable along with excellent road grip and braking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    Took my Gli MT from Islamabad to PD Khan via motorway last weekend. 5 people on board with A/C.
    The car easily goes to 160 kmph without effort. Handling is very good despite high ground clearance.
    Took the car to 3 villages, all having completely broken roads with stones and mud ponds. The high ground clearance is very useful there as the car didn't hit the bumps.
    Absence of mud flaps is also a relief because they are the first to touch the bumps.
    I am using Continental CC5 and they are superb in every department. Noiseless, comfortable and durable along with excellent road grip and braking.

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    Brother! Kindly share price and shop of purchase for Continental CC5 tyres. For how much did you trade Eurostars? and what size have you opted? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by supereagle View Post
    Tyres always have threads sir! Regards.
    That is tread not thread

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    Smile It was just a pun!

    Quote Originally Posted by Khurram26 View Post
    That is tread not thread
    Mohtaram @Khurram26 Sahib,
    It's a pity that I have to explain my pun taking out all the flavour which I tried to go with my post. I was referring to tyre thread which is used to construct a tyre and not tread. Some tyres use silk, some nylon and some use other polyamides as a thread material used in the construction of a tyre. Mohtaram @smokin Sahib was referring to tyre thread as a thread of a forum post. I tried to pun only.

    I hope it explains what I was referring to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supereagle View Post
    Mohtaram @Khurram26 Sahib,
    It's a pity that I have to explain my pun taking out all the flavour which I tried to go with my post. I was referring to tyre thread which is used to construct a tyre and not tread. Some tyres use silk, some nylon and some use other polyamides as a thread material used in the construction of a tyre. Mohtaram @smokin Sahib was referring to tyre thread as a thread of a forum post. I tried to pun only.

    I hope it explains what I was referring to.

    Regards.
    My dear brother I know what you intended to say but that pun doesn't fit in because tyres don't use threads at all. If any catch phrase could have worked it would be... it has turned out to be a thread about tread.

    Your explanation regarding use of threads in tyres is not correct. Tyres are manufactured with rubber and other compounds and may have steel belts inside them but there is no use of any thread anywhere. Please research it and quote me a source if you think otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khurram26 View Post
    My dear brother I know what you intended to say but that pun doesn't fit in because tyres don't use threads at all. If any catch phrase could have worked it would be... it has turned out to be a thread about tread.

    Your explanation regarding use of threads in tyres is not correct. Tyres are manufactured with rubber and other compounds and may have steel belts inside them but there is no use of any thread anywhere. Please research it and quote me a source if you think otherwise.
    Mohtaram @Khurram26 Sahib,
    I'm not talking about modern car tyres but bicycles tyres sir. All my reference to threads in tyres were directed at bicycle tyres. My pun was on a lighter note and please don't take it seriously.

    Regards.
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    Lightbulb Car tyres do have threads in them!

    Quote Originally Posted by Khurram26 View Post
    My dear brother I know what you intended to say but that pun doesn't fit in because tyres don't use threads at all. If any catch phrase could have worked it would be... it has turned out to be a thread about tread.

    Your explanation regarding use of threads in tyres is not correct. Tyres are manufactured with rubber and other compounds and may have steel belts inside them but there is no use of any thread anywhere. Please research it and quote me a source if you think otherwise.
    Mohtaram @Khurram26 Sahib,
    I'm a biking enthusiast and do it through mountains with kids. While buying a quality tyre a salesman recommended me a tyre made of caviar threads which is virtually bullet proof and fits it along the rim. That's how I knew threads were present in bicycle tyres. As I child I used to observe worn out bicycle tyres with their mesh made out of threads sticking out.

    Thanks for telling me to do some research about how car tyres are made. I've just discovered that cotton threads are used in making car tyres. So because of your recommendation your point has turned out to be incorrect. Threading material is indeed used in the manufacture of car tyres. This is something new to me too sir. Here is the link which shows that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o9mVZxoayA

    No offence sir. Once again thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungama007 View Post
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    Which country ...? if india then please coat the price too by converting indian currency to pakistani currency or if any other country then please do the same.

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    UAE Abu Dhabi same for KSA Saudi Arabia


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    On the road Price in Pak rupees around 1.8 million


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    Quote Originally Posted by supereagle View Post
    Mohtaram @Khurram26 Sahib,
    I'm not talking about modern car tyres but bicycles tyres sir. All my reference to threads in tyres were directed at bicycle tyres. My pun was on a lighter note and please don't take it seriously.

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    Okay brother as you say and of course this is a causal discussion nothing serious... you take care!

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