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    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1446056
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Khurram26 View Post
    Okay brother as you say and of course this is a causal discussion nothing serious... you take care!
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    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.
    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by supereagle View Post
    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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    Mohtaram @Khurram26 Sahib,
    I would like to refer to my post immediately above which shows a youtube link which demonstrates cotton cords (thicker threads) being used in the construction of tyres. I've done that research as per your request sir. This means your post claiming that 'there is no use of any thread anywhere' in the construction of tyres is incorrect.

    No offence please.

    Thanks and regards.
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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.
    Quote Originally Posted by supereagle View Post
    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.

    Regards.

    Dear @supereagle bhai and @Khurram26 bhai. I saw the youtube video. I think it is from National Geographic or Discovery Channel. It clearly show the use of cotton, yes you read me right, cotton threads being used in the different layers of rubber in the construction of tyres. Thank you @supereagle bhai for educating us.

    Bye to both bhai jaans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari10 View Post
    Dear @supereagle bhai and @Khurram26 bhai. I saw the youtube video. I think it is from National Geographic or Discovery Channel. It clearly show the use of cotton, yes you read me right, cotton threads being used in the different layers of rubber in the construction of tyres. Thank you @supereagle bhai for educating us.

    Bye to both bhai jaans.
    Mohtaram @ferrari10 Sahib,
    Thank you for your interest in the topic sir. The youtube link which I've sent in my previous post is a clip from Discovery Science.

    Thanks and regards.
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    no LED tailamps

    looks like we are not bad in certain equipment in our model as we thought;
    If everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arzaam.bhatti View Post
    no LED tailamps

    looks like we are not.bad in certain equipment in the cars was we thought;
    Thats just one feature GCC specs dont have other than that its a power pack even XLI....Top of the line has 2.0 engine and OEM LED projector headlights

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    Quote Originally Posted by nido747 View Post
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    Bhai, I am also planning to book my car soon, in shaa Allaah. Whether it be Altis 1.6 or Altis 1.8 CVTi Cruisetronic, the colour would definitely be super white. What products do you use to maintain white colour and from where did you buy them, and for how much price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilyasKhan View Post
    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
    AoA! I am waiting for response. Kindly find time to respond.

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    Today even with mega high ground clearance my car touched speedbreaker two times with 4 adults and 2 bori's in trunk
    And people say it has too high ground clearance. FOR OUR roads no clearance is high

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    Quote Originally Posted by mubeenshahid View Post
    Today even with mega high ground clearance my car touched speedbreaker two times with 4 adults and 2 bori's in trunk
    And people say it has too high ground clearance. FOR OUR roads no clearance is high

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    Bro I guess you were trying to cross a wall

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    Guys which has better resale; 1.6 Altis or 1.8 Altis ( non grande )?

    Both automatic.
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    Today's purchases
    It is tire repair system for flat tire.

    It not only pump air into tire but also pump liquid gel inside tire to seal puncture.

    If anyone have used this type of stuff can shed some light on this for everyone including me.
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    Today's another purchase for jump start.
    It's multi purpose and can brr used to charge our gadgets as well, quite handy as well.
    Hope it act as it is defined in the manual as I haven't used this product as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mzkhan View Post
    Today's another purchase for jump start.
    It's multi purpose and can brr used to charge our gadgets as well, quite handy as well.
    Hope it act as it is defined in the manual as I haven't used this product as well.
    What is the price of jump starter and from where did you buy it? Any long term effects on car because of using this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Bhai, I am also planning to book my car soon, in shaa Allaah. Whether it be Altis 1.6 or Altis 1.8 CVTi Cruisetronic, the colour would definitely be super white. What products do you use to maintain white colour and from where did you buy them, and for how much price?
    Dude nothing special, just washing it and waxing it once in a two month with ordinary wax but i am planning a buy atleast a good quality wax like meguiar gold class or ultimate paste wax or nxt 2.0. I will go through dealing section of pakwheels and will buy one or may be two waxes for my both rides i-e black civic and superwhite corolla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilyasKhan View Post
    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
    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.

    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1622617
    ~Brother! I am waiting for your reply. Kindly share price and shop of purchase for Continental CC5 tyres. For how much did you trade Eurostars? and what size have you opted? Thank

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    Quote Originally Posted by nido747 View Post
    Dude nothing special, just washing it and waxing it once in a two month with ordinary wax but i am planning a buy atleast a good quality wax like meguiar gold class or ultimate paste wax or nxt 2.0. I will go through dealing section of pakwheels and will buy one or may be two waxes for my both rides i-e black civic and superwhite corolla.
    Even with ordinary wax, the results are excellent. How do you apply wax on super white colour? Does it require washing the car before applying wax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Even with ordinary wax, the results are excellent. How do you apply wax on super white colour? Does it require washing the car before applying wax?
    Yes it does, i normally wash my car then apply wax by hand in small circles panel by panel , a very thin coat then softly i remove it .. Do not apply too much force while removing. Gently remove it with very light force to avoid swirls .

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    Quote Originally Posted by nido747 View Post
    Yes it does, i normally wash my car then apply wax by hand in small circles panel by panel , a very thin coat then softly i remove it .. Do not apply too much force while removing. Gently remove it with very light force to avoid swirls .
    I see and what do you use in order to remove the wax? Any special type of cloth/material?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    I see and what do you use in order to remove the wax? Any special type of cloth/material?
    Microfiber is a good thing to remove wax.

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