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    Default Which tyres to go for my prado 2007

    I want to change the tyres of my prado rim size 17.very little offroading with this vehicle.so tyre required with good onroad abilities.my personal opinion is either yokohama or michelin.any suggestions for tyre brands available in pakistan & approximate price


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    you can also find pirellis for your prado but they will be around 4 times more expensive than other brands (but they will be 100% original and reliable)
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    Pirelli is good but quite expensive option.price of almost all tyre brands have already sky rocketed these days

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    For your needs get any good quality H/T tires (highway terrain).. mostly bridgestone and dunlops are available in the market currently. They will give better on road handling and economy and will be quieter

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    Bro considering the fact that u own a 2007 Prado, u can certainly afford a good set of michellins, go for the HT, u wont regret it...

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    michillen is best i think
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    Go for Continental Cross Contact LX, its best tire, in fact its Highway Luxury Tire, You can also get Michelin with us
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