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    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1446056
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    Update: August 3, 2014 XLI/GLI Details: Post# 2746

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    Registration cost 1.8, Islamabad

    Registration cost 1.6, Islamabad

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by umais89 View Post
    Cool Tahir .

    Congrates alot.

    Masha Allah

    Allah Pak naseeb karay.

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    and thanks bro
    FeeL YoUng DriVE YoUnG......

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    Congrats Tahir.. Looking so much gorgeous

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    Quote Originally Posted by nido747 View Post
    Congrats Tahir.. Looking so much gorgeous
    thanks for the kind words
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsgumbys View Post
    Btw What made u think that I m using Dunlop tires ?
    i thought, i read it somwhere in your previous posts, may be am mixing you with someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    i thought, i read it somwhere in your previous posts, may be am mixing you with someone else.
    yep, you are mixing it. Anyways i am using Advan DB stock size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsgumbys View Post
    yep, you are mixing it. Anyways i am using Advan DB stock size.
    Brother I have one question.. Don't you think advan performs really bad on rough roads and pot holes as compare to EuroStar..
    I am using advan as well but somehow not very happy with them.. What do you say..
    What tyre pressure are you keeping in all four tyres..
    Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother I have one question.. Don't you think advan performs really bad on rough roads and pot holes as compare to EuroStar..
    I am using advan as well but somehow not very happy with them.. What do you say..
    What tyre pressure are you keeping in all four tyres..
    Thanks..
    in corollas' suspension, Eurostar works better on rough roads.
    If you want to change the Eurostar then go for Pirelli.


    Advan DB works good in honda city.

    Tire performance depends on car's suspension

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother I have one question.. Don't you think advan performs really bad on rough roads and pot holes as compare to EuroStar..
    I am using advan as well but somehow not very happy with them.. What do you say..
    What tyre pressure are you keeping in all four tyres..
    Thanks..
    Yes the only drawback of db is rough roads but still I would prefer them over euros. Euro stars are a bit durable here. But for rough roads get Michelin XM2, one tough tyres they are even tougher than euro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Yes the only drawback of db is rough roads but still I would prefer them over euros. Euro stars are a bit durable here. But for rough roads get Michelin XM2, one tough tyres they are even tougher than euro.

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
    You are right, today I visited one of the shop and checked xm2, they were really hard. One needs to put enormous amount of pressure to press them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother I have one question.. Don't you think advan performs really bad on rough roads and pot holes as compare to EuroStar..
    I am using advan as well but somehow not very happy with them.. What do you say..
    What tyre pressure are you keeping in all four tyres..
    Thanks..
    Firstly, Euro is not as bad as the perception has been set in this forum. Its meant for rough road conditions and it performs well at it.

    Imported tires we talk about are meant for different conditions and are more suitable for carpeted roads.

    So make a choice based on your usage. I drive 98% on carpeted road, so i opted for soft tire and i am happy with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by revengez View Post
    in corollas' suspension, Eurostar works better on rough roads.
    If you want to change the Eurostar then go for Pirelli.


    Advan DB works good in honda city.

    Tire performance depends on car's suspension
    Brother I have already installed Advan DB, but now thinking of going back to Euro's. One might think am stupid but the comfort level, which you feel with EuroStars isn't there in imported tyres.
    At least in Corolla Advan killed all the pleasure of comfy ride, which I enjoyed in the early days of purchasing 11th generation..
    I believe imported tyres are for those who wants do some aggressive driving or travel on motorway every once in a week or month..
    Anyways that's my analysis so far..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Yes the only drawback of db is rough roads but still I would prefer them over euros. Euro stars are a bit durable here. But for rough roads get Michelin XM2, one tough tyres they are even tougher than euro.

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
    I heard Michelin XM2 are not comfortable and very noisy.
    If you used it then please confirm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother I have already installed Advan DB, but now thinking of going back to Euro's. One might think am stupid but the comfort level, which you feel with EuroStars isn't there in imported tyres.
    At least in Corolla Advan killed all the pleasure of comfy ride, which I enjoyed in the early days of purchasing 11th generation..
    I believe imported tyres are for those who wants do some aggressive driving or travel on motorway every once in a week or month..
    Anyways that's my analysis so far..
    Instead of them, if your budget allows go for xm2. It's noiseless, which euro isn't, it has enormous grip which euros lack and overall improves braking and handling which euros can't even think of.
    On the other end, it is hell durable. I have them on my Prius and its driven 50k on the most deadliest roads of lahore. Till now only the rear tyres got punctured once. The front ones are still puncture free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revengez View Post
    I heard Michelin XM2 are not comfortable and very noisy.
    If you used it then please confirm.
    You can never go wrong with Michelin they are noiseless and have ample amount of comfort like not as comfy as Advan DB but still it's acceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsgumbys View Post
    Firstly, Euro is not as bad as the perception has been set in this forum. Its meant for rough road conditions and it performs well at it.

    Imported tires we talk about are meant for different conditions and are more suitable for carpeted roads.

    So make a choice based on your usage. I drive 98% on carpeted road, so i opted for soft tire and i am happy with it.
    Brother don't know on which carpeted roads you travel but I have tried them on almost every road in Lahore and they have disappointed me a lot.. Even though a small pebble on the road can be felt..
    May be an exaggerating but that's how it is..
    Even though one of the tyre shop wala said these tyres are more suitable for civics suspension not for Corolla though.
    Now am really confused about Pirelli as well.. What if Pirelli performs the same way.. Then I will have to lose money their as well..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    You can never go wrong with Michelin they are noiseless and have ample amount of comfort like not as comfy as Advan DB but still it's acceptable.

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
    Ooh plz don't say Advan DB is comfy.. Lol.. I am sick of listening that they are comfy..
    Brother one of the shopkeeper also said that XM2 starts producing noise after 10,000 KMS.. Don't know how authentic is that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Ooh plz don't say Advan DB is comfy.. Lol.. I am sick of listening that they are comfy..
    Brother one of the shopkeeper also said that XM2 starts producing noise after 10,000 KMS.. Don't know how authentic is that..
    Advan DB got popular due it's comfort level. It's a pro in that manner no doubt. King of comfort I must say. Used it on several of my rides. Anyways that shopkeeper must be luring you to get any other tyre, no scene of noise in xm2 even after 40k kms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother I have already installed Advan DB, but now thinking of going back to Euro's. One might think am stupid but the comfort level, which you feel with EuroStars isn't there in imported tyres.
    At least in Corolla Advan killed all the pleasure of comfy ride, which I enjoyed in the early days of purchasing 11th generation..
    I believe imported tyres are for those who wants do some aggressive driving or travel on motorway every once in a week or month..
    Anyways that's my analysis so far..
    Going back from advan DB to Eurostar is not a good idea.
    Use Bridgestone then if u mostly drive on rough roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revengez View Post
    in corollas' suspension, Eurostar works better on rough roads.
    If you want to change the Eurostar then go for Pirelli.


    Advan DB works good in honda city.

    Tire performance depends on car's suspension
    Plz mention if you have used Pirelli, how's the performance on rough patches of any road not talking about rural areas..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Advan DB got popular due it's comfort level. It's a pro in that manner no doubt. King of comfort I must say. Used it on several of my rides. Anyways that shopkeeper must be luring you to get any other tyre, no scene of noise in xm2 even after 40k kms.

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
    Advan DB is silent but not too comfy on rough roads.
    Yokohama Aspec is better in comfort.

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