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    Default Tyres Suggestion for Corolla Gli 2009

    Salam PW's

    Need to change the tyres
    So Please Suggest me

    Brand Name ?
    Model (if any) ?
    AND
    any good Shops too
    i have heard of 1 yokohama Official retailer, but don't know exactly

    So Please let me know any Good Shops in ISB/RWP

    and Alloys is a Good Option or not ?

    Note : My mostly usage is in Islamabad and sometimes in Punjab, So Suggest me according to that
    Thank You


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    Waiting for Expert Suggestions !

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    If you want noiseless tyres go for yokohama advan db or continental cc5..its better if u choose standard size 195/65 R15...
    There are other options too ..As michelin energy saver. Bridgestone turanza etc
    You can use alloy rims ko standard size R15 dont go for bigger size r16 or r17 it will badly affect your cars fuel consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsandon007 View Post
    If you want noiseless tyres go for yokohama advan db or continental cc5..its better if u choose standard size 195/65 R15...
    There are other options too ..As michelin energy saver. Bridgestone turanza etc
    You can use alloy rims ko standard size R15 dont go for bigger size r16 or r17 it will badly affect your cars fuel consumption.
    Thanks bro

    ofcourse i will use standard size
    and i know yoko db and michelin is good
    but which one is better ? and reason ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sshoaibahmed View Post
    Thanks bro

    ofcourse i will use standard size
    and i know yoko db and michelin is good
    but which one is better ? and reason ?
    yokohama db is more soft and thus noiseless than michelin .On other hand michelin saves bit more fuel than yokohama and gives more mileage.
    Ill suggest u go for yokohama advan db.It lasts for 45-50k kms.

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    Finally i have decided to go for Michelin
    but i am confused that which one to use
    michelin energy saver OR michelin XM2 ?
    Please guys Suggest ASAP, your feedback is highly appreciated
    Thanks

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    and one more thing,
    there are variety of michelin tyres in market
    so which one is Good
    Made in UK, Italy, Germany or Thailand ?

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    Michelin are top of the list, any of the versions would be fine, dont think too much bro just go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahadmustafa1 View Post
    Michelin are top of the list, any of the versions would be fine, dont think too much bro just go for it.
    Thanks bro

    waiting for some more expert reviews

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    stick to yokohama 205/65 R15 with best gripped ride
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    Certain things i am sure about yokohoma are noiseless, bit better grip but its side wall are definitely weak. 3 tyres of my car puncture from side wall. After some time i changed front two tyres with A-drive yokohoma and to my surprise, one of them got puncture from same side wall in previous month.
    I have only used yokohoma and dunlop tyres. Dunlop are bit hard, noisy on some road and grip is also weak as compared to yokohoma but last longer and does not puncture that much if compared to yokohoma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsmart View Post
    Certain things i am sure about yokohoma are noiseless, bit better grip but its side wall are definitely weak. 3 tyres of my car puncture from side wall. After some time i changed front two tyres with A-drive yokohoma and to my surprise, one of them got puncture from same side wall in previous month.
    I have only used yokohoma and dunlop tyres. Dunlop are bit hard, noisy on some road and grip is also weak as compared to yokohoma but last longer and does not puncture that much if compared to yokohoma.
    it means that michelin is best option

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    i have continental cc5 in my civic and they are excellent. noiseless and with good grip. also they are very fuel efficient.

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    Thumbs up Yokohama?...

    I used Yokohama Aspecs 185/70-13 (Japanese made) in my previous car, a Civic 95. They had awesome grip but I have no idea about mileage they gave me. I felt safe and comfortable with them. Now using OEM General EuroStars, they are so so in grip and comfort and bad when braking on dusty roads. I would suggest any brand but it should be a freshly manufactured tyre and preferably made in Japan or Europe.
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    agreed all new tyres are good.
    recently I changed tyres in City 2013GLi 2009 but as budget was low so this time i bought Jinyu Tyres(chinese brand) but before buying i searched on net & found that major consumption of this chinese brand is in India as well as export to Saudi Arabia so i tried it 1st time & over all result is very good as new tyres,In last 6 month during rain, i experienced hard braking too & found following result

    Cost 10/10 (195/70 cost me 5,500 per piece)
    Grip 9/10(in rain)
    10/10(in dry)
    Noise 10/10
    Fuel eff. 8/10
    Jerks on rough surface 9/10
    Braking 9/10
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