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    Dear PWs.

    Can you please suggest or advise about tyres for new GLI? Wanna change the regular ones.

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    So.finally Yoko or.Mich..? Wanna end the thread with it

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    Warranty ends when rim size is changed, changing tires on the same rim does not effect warranty.
    I am only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    Warranty ends when rim size is changed, changing tires on the same rim does not effect warranty.
    Who told you that? 😜
    Suspension warranty will be gone if you change your tyre size from 195/65 R15


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    Quote Originally Posted by brainbird View Post
    So.finally Yoko or.Mich..? Wanna end the thread with it

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    Yokohama all the way
    Been using them from 10 years
    Yokohama a300
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    All were best


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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    Michlins Too Soft... no they are not ..... but they are expensive as compared to others each costed me between 12K to 13K

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    Tyres suggestion for new GLI -1697625
    @KamranAslam Bhai,
    Once Car expert of Toyota 3S told me not to play with dimensions of Tires for your cars(except the one mentioned by your Vendor) so Toyota 3S do not suggest 215 in your model as he told me. We also did 215/65 change in my neighbor's car but when we took it for service then u know what Service Manager at Toyota 3S told us:

    He told that if u go either low or above the "MENTIONED TYRE RANGE", it will greatly affect your

    1. Odo meter mielage (If you use higher profile/ dim tire, it will show less Km & if u use lower prof/dim. it will show more Km)

    2. ABS system (Break as well as Hand break would get altered reading)

    3. Speedometer meter will show wrong speed (If you use higher dim, it will show lesser speed & if u use lower prof/dimension, it will show more speed)

    4. Mielage-FUEL AVERAGE (gasoline average will be disturbed)

    5. Readings of Range, Average, Remaining Distance etc. will be disturbed greatly etc....

    6.Suspension system issue

    7.Shock absorbers etc..

    & so many other things like Warranty void ....after which we reverted back to 195
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    As for my Toyota Central karachi, has no issues with it, warranty and all other options are good to go, even the tyre change was done by a reference from 3S Toyota Central, they said as long as the size is same as company specs no issues.

    With 215/65/15 my car offered me for more then my expectations, Karachi to Lahore, later to interior Sindh full kacha area, currently the car is to Northern area murree and other touring places, I would not trust any other then Michelin's for these rocky and muddy locations.

    Yes I am loosing 1km or 1.5km / litre for fuel ave, but I am saving my car suspensions from the bumpy roads, and full control on highways even in wet conditions

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    Toyo they are the best same like dunlop soft tyre and have alot of grip i installed it on my gli it cost me 26000 4 of them !

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    Agreed with Kami bhai regarding MICHELIN brand, @KamranAslam
    That's too Good if Toyota Central agreed on this.I think "same size" u mentioned is You meant "Size of the Rims" here i.e 15" .Right?
    Btw Toyota Highway Motors has different opinion in this regard, Also in my Last trip of KSA (That same trouble one which I told you before ), when we were fined for Overspeeding by Patrolling Police, We told & argued about our speedometer reading as it was new modeled Rent-a-car (not ours) so He replied with some tools & guided us to follow speed eye via

    Visual Tyre Size Calculator | Kouki Tech.
    After this we got alert

    btw @KamranAslam bhai, How much Toyota central charged u for Tire changing/ aligment etc. ? As i know u r always the great supporter of Work being done at Specialized dealers instead of road-side mechanics/shops
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    Once again discussion is.hanging between Michellin, Yokohama and Dunlop, recommendations with the same order. I think most important is to get the original ones. Have many doubts about this.

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    Yes I would recommend same order: Michellin, Yokohama then Dunlop
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    Yokohama advan DB

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    My friend install Yokohama Blue earth a in.his Honda city 2016 after using the regular for 6 months. Claiming huge difference, enjoying the drive

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    For sure Yokohama Bluearth is good as compared to Advan as its based on new techonolgy gives better fuel economy and better treadlife than Advan. Check any international review website for comparison

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Michellin, Yoko and than Dunlop

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainbird View Post
    I'm in Isb/Rwp

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    For suggestion and prices call 0333-0123124 Talha he runs a shop in Isb. Discount Tyres. He will definetly help u out with ur tyres. Rates r reasonable and service is good too.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    195-65r15 Michellin or Continental or Pirelli.

    #YOLO but safety first.

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    Both yoko advan db and michelin xm2 are good tyres...yoko is more softer than xm2 thats why it is bit uncomfortable on bumpy roads..I have changed my tyres recently to xm2 ..it costs me 8.5k per tyre ...i would personally suggest you to go for it.
    And also don't go for bigger size...standard is best .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsandon007 View Post
    Both yoko advan db and michelin xm2 are good tyres...yoko is more softer than xm2 thats why it is bit uncomfortable on bumpy roads..I have changed my tyres recently to xm2 ..it costs me 8.5k per tyre ...i would personally suggest you to go for it.
    And also don't go for bigger size...standard is best .
    Ok Bro.. will b Michellin xm2 Inshallah

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsandon007 View Post
    Both yoko advan db and michelin xm2 are good tyres...yoko is more softer than xm2 thats why it is bit uncomfortable on bumpy roads..I have changed my tyres recently to xm2 ..it costs me 8.5k per tyre ...i would personally suggest you to go for it.
    And also don't go for bigger size...standard is best .
    You right bro, i got Yoko Advan db, few weeks before i found one tyre is swollen from a spot and there was dent on rim.
    Which means that tyre is too soft to bear a bump on the road.

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    Consulted with Toyota central they clearly told me that suspension Warrenty will be void if I use other then 195/65/15 , secondly car is designed by team of engineers and many parameters are designed based on this size, so changing size is not recommended.

    ask Yokohama advance DIB price from sheikh brothers karachi 9500/-

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