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    I want to change my corolla tires model 2009.

    Please let me know which brand is good and any reviews about maxxis tires?

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Euro Star
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Be Pakistani, Buy Pakistani (as much as possible)
    LoL. But on a serious note Euro Stars are just fine tires, durable and reliable. But if someone thinks imported tires are better it is their choice.

    Since a recommendation was sought by the OP, I am giving my honest feedback based on my personal experience with Euro Stars since 2005
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    i saw LINGLONG tires in blue area too.

    i want good 155 tires for my alto, any recommendations please?

    cant find michelin in 155 or 145

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    LoL. But on a serious note Euro Stars are just fine tires, durable and reliable. But if someone thinks imported tires are better it is their choice.

    Since a recommendation was sought by the OP, I am giving my honest feedback based on my personal experience with Euro Stars since 2005
    Sir, I trust you and really value your experience. It was because of your advice that I have been using Euro Stars in my Altis 1.6 since day one.

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    I would suggest you go on all major tyre manufacturers websites, have a look at your specific tyre size and which ones they have. Check international reviews of the same tyres and then decide which ones are best and then look for them in Pakistan.

    I did that for the Michellin Energy Savers and I didn't have a single complaint from them. They were smooth, low noise, good grip and all. Depends on your pocket also, if you want to spend more, go for the best ones which each manufacturer has and decide for yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sashah666 View Post
    I would suggest you go on all major tyre manufacturers websites, have a look at your specific tyre size and which ones they have. Check international reviews of the same tyres and then decide which ones are best and then look for them in Pakistan.

    I did that for the Michellin Energy Savers and I didn't have a single complaint from them. They were smooth, low noise, good grip and all. Depends on your pocket also, if you want to spend more, go for the best ones which each manufacturer has and decide for yourself.

    Good hunting.


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    They were imported ones or smuggled?
    How much did you pay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisalx View Post
    They were imported ones or smuggled?
    How much did you pay?
    They were imported ones not smuggled ones. Apparently I had my car in Islamabad from Karachi. There's a shop in blue area Islamabad called Discount Tyres and they gave me a good rate of if I remember correctly was around 45,000 for all of them or even cheaper. This is 3 years ago so I don't remember that precisely but it was surely a good rate coz I called and checked a lot of other places including Pindi and they were always the lowest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sashah666 View Post
    They were imported ones not smuggled ones. Apparently I had my car in Islamabad from Karachi. There's a shop in blue area Islamabad called Discount Tyres and they gave me a good rate of if I remember correctly was around 45,000 for all of them or even cheaper. This is 3 years ago so I don't remember that precisely but it was surely a good rate coz I called and checked a lot of other places including Pindi and they were always the lowest.


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    They offered warranty too?

    I am looking for good shop in Lahore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisalx View Post
    They offered warranty too?

    I am looking for good shop in Lahore.
    Nope I don't think they did offer warranty for the tyres, maybe they did I really don't remember. I can call them tomorrow, find out if they do provide warranty and let you know.

    I've not a clue about any good tyre shops in Lahore but the best bet is to first see the tyres on the manufacturers websites which gives you a picture of what it's meant for and then go from there, that way no dummy in the tyre shop can fool you that oh sir this is the ultimate tyre in wet conditions when the manufacturer itself has given a 3 start out of 5 for its wet performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sashah666 View Post
    Nope I don't think they did offer warranty for the tyres, maybe they did I really don't remember. I can call them tomorrow, find out if they do provide warranty and let you know.

    I've not a clue about any good tyre shops in Lahore but the best bet is to first see the tyres on the manufacturers websites which gives you a picture of what it's meant for and then go from there, that way no dummy in the tyre shop can fool you that oh sir this is the ultimate tyre in wet conditions when the manufacturer itself has given a 3 start out of 5 for its wet performance.

    Happy hunting


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    I have made my mind for Yoko Advan db v551.
    Though i can also go for Michelin xm2 too but I can toss coin about them so selection is not an issue.

    So prey is sorted out but den is still in search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisalx View Post
    I have made my mind for Yoko Advan db v551.
    Though i can also go for Michelin xm2 too but I can toss coin about them so selection is not an issue.

    So prey is sorted out but den is still in search.
    This might change your mind
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    Continental

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    Go to Toyota dealers they have an offer for perelli tyres


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    Quote Originally Posted by hungama007 View Post
    Go to Toyota dealers they have an offer for perelli tyres


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    ​What is that offer ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naeem284 View Post
    ​What is that offer ?
    They will overcharge the hell out of u.
    Call this guy Talha 03330123124. I bought mine from him, reasonable price and im satisfied what i got.

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    Go for Continental CC5 Tyres


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    General Pakistan is also Continental
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    This might change your mind
    Which app or website is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    General Pakistan is also Continental
    Since when did General Pakistan become a German tyre (Continental)?


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    Hahaha. General is making Continental. Continental tyres is a German. It comes as stock tyres with BMW and Mercs.

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