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    Default Which tyres for 2016 Corolla (Prelli, Yokohama or Dunlop)

    Hi,
    I want to change tyre on my new corolla from 195 65 r15 to 205 in same 15" rim size. Please advise which ones to buy, why, for how much and from where.
    Prelli
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    Dunlop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakeel888 View Post
    great thats what i wanted to have and thokhar just 10 mins away from my location thank you dear haseeb

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    Just keep this in mind as Advan Db is sport category tyre even they are noiseless but the treadwear factor is high compared to other Yokohama series. If Advan will run 40000km for u others will 60000+ they will loose their grip sooner than other.
    Check J Raseed heard they have a good setup.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakelegnd View Post
    Just keep this in mind as Advan Db is sport category tyre even they are noiseless but the treadwear factor is high compared to other Yokohama series. If Advan will run 40000km for u others will 60000+ they will loose their grip sooner than other.
    Check J Raseed heard they have a good setup.

    #YOLO but safety first.
    Errrr Advan Neova is sports category...Im not so sure about advan db

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilalicious View Post
    Errrr Advan Neova is sports category...Im not so sure about advan db

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    Check online reviews online. Compare it with Yokohama Ae50 and Michellin Xm2 u will get the idea what im talking about.

    Advan Neova is sport version as well.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakelegnd View Post
    Check online reviews online. Compare it with Yokohama Ae50 and Michellin Xm2 u will get the idea what im talking about.

    Advan Neova is sport version as well.

    #YOLO but safety first.
    It doesn't fall under sports category nor is it marketed for that purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilalicious View Post
    It doesn't fall under sports category nor is it marketed for that purpose.

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    My bad both Advan Db and Nova falls under summer tyres but still Advan DB rating doesnt even come close to Michellin.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Try Maxxis MS-800 the best performing tire for Pakistani Roads

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    Try Maxxis MS-800 the best performing tire for Pakistani Roads
    Maxxis is a Korean brand but they are making there products in China. They have lowered their quality in last few years.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakelegnd View Post
    Maxxis is a Korean brand but they are making there products in China. They have lowered their quality in last few years.

    #YOLO but safety first.
    Sir, please correct your facts before you post them online, or here let me correct them for you

    Cheng Shin Rubber Industry Co. is the ninth largest tire company in the world. Established in 1967, in Yuanlin, Taiwan. Maxxis is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cheng Shin with its head quarters in Taiwan. One of the world’s most trusted tire brands, Maxxis delivers high-quality tire products to customers in 180 countries and employs more than 30,000+ people.
    Of course, it didn’t become one of the world’s top tire companies overnight. Through the years since its founding in 1967, Maxxis has become known for its commitment to excellent products and customer service.
    Maxxis tires are distributed in Pakistan through a Registered Company which sources its imports from Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
    Therefore sir for winning races or enjoying a safe daily commute, Maxxis is the tire company riders and drivers trust.
    And yes Y.O.LO >>> Say no to smuggled !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    Sir, please correct your facts before you post them online, or here let me correct them for you

    Cheng Shin Rubber Industry Co. is the ninth largest tire company in the world. Established in 1967, in Yuanlin, Taiwan. Maxxis is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cheng Shin with its head quarters in Taiwan. One of the world?s most trusted tire brands, Maxxis delivers high-quality tire products to customers in 180 countries and employs more than 30,000+ people.
    Of course, it didn?t become one of the world?s top tire companies overnight. Through the years since its founding in 1967, Maxxis has become known for its commitment to excellent products and customer service.
    Maxxis tires are distributed in Pakistan through a Registered Company which sources its imports from Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
    Therefore sir for winning races or enjoying a safe daily commute, Maxxis is the tire company riders and drivers trust.
    And yes Y.O.LO >>> Say no to smuggled !
    I'm assuming u haven't tried continental or yokohama?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zulayed View Post
    I'm assuming u haven't tried continental or yokohama?
    assumptions are never based on experiences Sir. Where as, opinions are

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    Sir, please correct your facts before you post them online, or here let me correct them for you

    Cheng Shin Rubber Industry Co. is the ninth largest tire company in the world. Established in 1967, in Yuanlin, Taiwan. Maxxis is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cheng Shin with its head quarters in Taiwan. One of the world?s most trusted tire brands, Maxxis delivers high-quality tire products to customers in 180 countries and employs more than 30,000+ people.
    Of course, it didn?t become one of the world?s top tire companies overnight. Through the years since its founding in 1967, Maxxis has become known for its commitment to excellent products and customer service.
    Maxxis tires are distributed in Pakistan through a Registered Company which sources its imports from Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
    Therefore sir for winning races or enjoying a safe daily commute, Maxxis is the tire company riders and drivers trust.
    And yes Y.O.LO >>> Say no to smuggled !
    Well recently my friend got conned by a dealer in Pindi he forced him to install Maxxis (made in china written on it.)

    Maxxis maybe good but yes u havent heard of Continental yokos michellins etc. True big brands.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakelegnd View Post
    Well recently my friend got conned by a dealer in Pindi he forced him to install Maxxis (made in china written on it.)

    Maxxis maybe good but yes u havent heard of Continental yokos michellins etc. True big brands.

    #YOLO but safety first.
    I said 9th largest sir... Please correct your facts.

    And because Y.O.L.O i would always prefer an imported tire over a smuggled one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    I said 9th largest sir... Please correct your facts.

    And because Y.O.L.O i would always prefer an imported tire over a smuggled one.
    Sorry for disrespecting Maxxis.

    You can always get imported tyres apart from Maxxis. Bridgestone dunlops yokos michellins they are all available in import but they are low budget tyre like Maxxis or Nexen.


    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    I said 9th largest sir... Please correct your facts.

    And because Y.O.L.O i would always prefer an imported tire over a smuggled one.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakelegnd View Post
    Sorry for disrespecting Maxxis.

    You can always get imported tyres apart from Maxxis. Bridgestone dunlops yokos michellins they are all available in import but they are low budget tyre like Maxxis or Nexen.





    #YOLO but safety first.
    No offence taken sir. Unlike Maxxis most of the brands you just mentioned in your post are randomly available in SMUGGLED and if you ask the supplier to provide you with its import documents most of them ( not all) will fail to do so. We all know how smuggled tires are brought in and how that damages the Tire's Steel Belting, making it more prone to disaster. Maxxis is a global brand which can not be compared with Nexen in any way. The off-road range of maxxis tires available in Pakistan is TOP OF THE LINE.

    Whats better than a low budget tire with a warranty of 100,000 KM sir ? You should also try Maxxis for once and my be it will change your perspective.

    Stay Blessed

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    No offence taken sir. Unlike Maxxis most of the brands you just mentioned in your post are randomly available in SMUGGLED and if you ask the supplier to provide you with its import documents most of them ( not all) will fail to do so. We all know how smuggled tires are brought in and how that damages the Tire's Steel Belting, making it more prone to disaster. Maxxis is a global brand which can not be compared with Nexen in any way. The off-road range of maxxis tires available in Pakistan is TOP OF THE LINE.

    Whats better than a low budget tire with a warranty of 100,000 KM sir ? You should also try Maxxis for once and my be it will change your perspective.

    Stay Blessed
    The problem with off the market product like Nexen, Maxxis and similar brands is that they are not available in the market easily so if i have some problem with my tyre i have to go to that one shop to get a replacement tyre and if they are out of stock than i am bound to wait till they are available in that ONE shop. as for other famous imported brands like Dunlop yoko mechillin continental pirelli everyother shop has it so if one shop dont have it if have a choice to go to the next one. Coz for me time is money as well.
    Regarding smuggled one, there are dealers sitting everywhere, a piece of card means nothing if i couldny claim warranty. Its the shop dealer whom u buying the product from counts. I had my tires claimed, replaced under warranty without even having a warranty card just the shop reciept mentioning tires warranty.
    And regarding the quality of smuggled one they comes frm the same plants just different method of delivery till Pakistan. We get the same quality with the same standards just less expensive than imported ones due to taxes. Tires arent fragile things they sustain the weight of our whole cars plus extra. So being a lil distorted does nothing to them apart from Prominent Visible defects, if there are any which are considered damaged.

    Sorry for being a little aggressive.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakelegnd View Post
    The problem with off the market product like Nexen, Maxxis and similar brands is that they are not available in the market easily so if i have some problem with my tyre i have to go to that one shop to get a replacement tyre and if they are out of stock than i am bound to wait till they are available in that ONE shop. as for other famous imported brands like Dunlop yoko mechillin continental pirelli everyother shop has it so if one shop dont have it if have a choice to go to the next one. Coz for me time is money as well.
    Regarding smuggled one, there are dealers sitting everywhere, a piece of card means nothing if i couldny claim warranty. Its the shop dealer whom u buying the product from counts. I had my tires claimed, replaced under warranty without even having a warranty card just the shop reciept mentioning tires warranty.
    And regarding the quality of smuggled one they comes frm the same plants just different method of delivery till Pakistan. We get the same quality with the same standards just less expensive than imported ones due to taxes. Tires arent fragile things they sustain the weight of our whole cars plus extra. So being a lil distorted does nothing to them apart from Prominent Visible defects, if there are any.

    I rest my case.

    #YOLO but safety first.
    Comparing Maxxis with Nexen will not get you anywhere sir. Maxxis has 250 distributors in PAKISTAN and is easily available in every major tire market in Pakistan. Where as when i go out to find a single tire replacement for any of the MAJOR BRANDS you follow it is very seldom that i find it. Where as with Maxxis, every tread design or pattern that is imported is available with those 250 dealers either you require 1 or your require 100 they will provide you for sure.
    I am amazed at your comment that smuggled tires have the same quality as imported ones. You need to research and update yourself regarding how these tires are brought in and how it damages the tires. And sir Taxes are good thing you should pay them rather than opting for smuggled products and get manufacturers warranty. This way both your life and vehicle are secured. Tire is the main factor your car runs on and i would never have DISTORTED tire fitted into my vehicle or even suggest it to someone.
    Tax paid products increase the revenue of the GOVT. and in the end those taxes are meant to facilitate us. If each one of us individually and combined starts thinking of our society we will be a much appreciated amongst other Nations. A normal driver knows nothing about tires leave alone understanding the defects in a Tire. I would advise everyone to know what they are buying and only buy imported products or locally manufactured products.

    My brother encourage youngsters to follow good norms and not bad ones as you YOLO !

    I am sharing some video links with you to evaluate if what you call little distortion is true

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlKVTzgJoR0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp6I_3C26Yo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENljI5nVkrk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtP0t3W9G14

    I am very hopeful you will change your opinion about smuggled tires after watching these or may be this will be useful for other readers.

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    Comparing Maxxis with Nexen will not get you anywhere sir. Maxxis has 250 distributors in PAKISTAN and is easily available in every major tire market in Pakistan. Where as when i go out to find a single tire replacement for any of the MAJOR BRANDS you follow it is very seldom that i find it. Where as with Maxxis, every tread design or pattern that is imported is available with those 250 dealers either you require 1 or your require 100 they will provide you for sure.
    I am amazed at your comment that smuggled tires have the same quality as imported ones. You need to research and update yourself regarding how these tires are brought in and how it damages the tires. And sir Taxes are good thing you should pay them rather than opting for smuggled products and get manufacturers warranty. This way both your life and vehicle are secured. Tire is the main factor your car runs on and i would never have DISTORTED tire fitted into my vehicle or even suggest it to someone.
    Tax paid products increase the revenue of the GOVT. and in the end those taxes are meant to facilitate us. If each one of us individually and combined starts thinking of our society we will be a much appreciated amongst other Nations. A normal driver knows nothing about tires leave alone understanding the defects in a Tire. I would advise everyone to know what they are buying and only buy imported products or locally manufactured products.

    My brother encourage youngsters to follow good norms and not bad ones as you YOLO !

    I am sharing some video links with you to evaluate if what you call little distortion is true

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlKVTzgJoR0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp6I_3C26Yo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENljI5nVkrk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtP0t3W9G14

    I am very hopeful you will change your opinion about smuggled tires after watching these or may be this will be useful for other readers.

    Regards
    Brother any official dealer of maxxis in Quetta ? And whats the price of ms800 willing to give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsin47 View Post
    Brother any official dealer of maxxis in Quetta ? And whats the price of ms800 willing to give it a try

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    I am not sure about a dealer in Quetta but i know this dealership in lahore that delivers Nationwide. May be you can call them and check the price and availability.

    042-35163085

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    Comparing Maxxis with Nexen will not get you anywhere sir. Maxxis has 250 distributors in PAKISTAN and is easily available in every major tire market in Pakistan. Where as when i go out to find a single tire replacement for any of the MAJOR BRANDS you follow it is very seldom that i find it. Where as with Maxxis, every tread design or pattern that is imported is available with those 250 dealers either you require 1 or your require 100 they will provide you for sure.
    I am amazed at your comment that smuggled tires have the same quality as imported ones. You need to research and update yourself regarding how these tires are brought in and how it damages the tires. And sir Taxes are good thing you should pay them rather than opting for smuggled products and get manufacturers warranty. This way both your life and vehicle are secured. Tire is the main factor your car runs on and i would never have DISTORTED tire fitted into my vehicle or even suggest it to someone.
    Tax paid products increase the revenue of the GOVT. and in the end those taxes are meant to facilitate us. If each one of us individually and combined starts thinking of our society we will be a much appreciated amongst other Nations. A normal driver knows nothing about tires leave alone understanding the defects in a Tire. I would advise everyone to know what they are buying and only buy imported products or locally manufactured products.

    My brother encourage youngsters to follow good norms and not bad ones as you YOLO !

    I am sharing some video links with you to evaluate if what you call little distortion is true

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlKVTzgJoR0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp6I_3C26Yo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENljI5nVkrk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtP0t3W9G14

    I am very hopeful you will change your opinion about smuggled tires after watching these or may be this will be useful for other readers.

    Regards
    Im not against import just saying that smuggled ones are cheap. I have been to Germany where i was told that to lower the shipment cost by placing more tyres in one. And pack as much as they could in one container to save space and all tyres there were unpacked no wrapping around them. They are shipped there in stacked form as well. They put in their shelves in unwrapped form. Doesnt make them smuggled. They have that machine in the last video u posted to disassemble them not the desi style technique.

    One dealer in one city monopolize the price as there is no competition. No bargain on that particular brand. Thats one of the main issue of these off the market brands.

    Maybe im wrong but i dont side with one particular brand and call it the best.


    Quote Originally Posted by tahirrmughal View Post
    Comparing Maxxis with Nexen will not get you anywhere sir. Maxxis has 250 distributors in PAKISTAN and is easily available in every major tire market in Pakistan. Where as when i go out to find a single tire replacement for any of the MAJOR BRANDS you follow it is very seldom that i find it. Where as with Maxxis, every tread design or pattern that is imported is available with those 250 dealers either you require 1 or your require 100 they will provide you for sure.
    I am amazed at your comment that smuggled tires have the same quality as imported ones. You need to research and update yourself regarding how these tires are brought in and how it damages the tires. And sir Taxes are good thing you should pay them rather than opting for smuggled products and get manufacturers warranty. This way both your life and vehicle are secured. Tire is the main factor your car runs on and i would never have DISTORTED tire fitted into my vehicle or even suggest it to someone.
    Tax paid products increase the revenue of the GOVT. and in the end those taxes are meant to facilitate us. If each one of us individually and combined starts thinking of our society we will be a much appreciated amongst other Nations. A normal driver knows nothing about tires leave alone understanding the defects in a Tire. I would advise everyone to know what they are buying and only buy imported products or locally manufactured products.

    My brother encourage youngsters to follow good norms and not bad ones as you YOLO !

    I am sharing some video links with you to evaluate if what you call little distortion is true

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlKVTzgJoR0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp6I_3C26Yo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENljI5nVkrk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtP0t3W9G14

    I am very hopeful you will change your opinion about smuggled tires after watching these or may be this will be useful for other readers.

    Regards

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Corolla has soft suspension , I would recommend stock size (Yokohama cdrive2 ) they are bit noisy but very good road grip.

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