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    I am starting this new thread because many of my friends don't like my replies. They think that i am someone on the pay roll of Michelin or may be i am some tyre seller. I don't have any monitory interest in recommending Michelin to others. I am Michelin lover and my replies are due to my experience of life spent in different continents and countries. If any body need any suggestion about tyres i will love to reply your queries. DON'T WORRY BE HAPPY.


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    Assalamualkum i have Diahatsu Move its come with 145/80R13 pls suggest any good tyre with energy savor with rate michelin, dunlop, or any good branded

    Thanking you in Advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimm76 View Post
    Which tyres would best suit a GLI 1.3 2010/2011 model. Factors to keep in mind are DURABILITY, LONG LIFE, FUEL EFFICIENT.

    I drive my care very carefully and no hard/harsh driving at all.
    Dear if you want the best go for Michelin XM2 Energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pakiboy104 View Post
    Assalamualkum i have Diahatsu Move its come with 145/80R13 pls suggest any good tyre with energy savor with rate michelin, dunlop, or any good branded

    Thanking you in Advance
    My dear it is hard to find 145/80R13, you can go to 155/70R13. The best product in this size is Michelin XM1. For details you can go to www.facebook.com/michelinpakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    Dear if you want the best go for Michelin XM2 Energy.
    How do u compare MICHELIN XM2 ENERGY Vs ADVAN DB

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimm76 View Post
    How do u compare MICHELIN XM2 ENERGY Vs ADVAN DB
    Michelin XM2 Energy is superior product than db, according to TUV a independent tyre testing company reported that it lasts atleast 20% longer then its first competitor , Michelin Energy range is number one in fuel saving and use of iron flex technology in XM2 Energy makes it more robust than competition.

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    i have a cultus 2011 and i want to buy some good tyres along with alloy rims. i dont know much about tyres or rims so plz suggest tyres and rims with brand and model etc. and also mention the expected price (my budget is 20-25k) also tell if i only change the rims and keep stock tyres will it be ok or not ? thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duraid View Post
    i have a cultus 2011 and i want to buy some good tyres along with alloy rims. i dont know much about tyres or rims so plz suggest tyres and rims with brand and model etc. and also mention the expected price (my budget is 20-25k) also tell if i only change the rims and keep stock tyres will it be ok or not ? thanks in advance
    OE rims are ok first change your tyres. Go for Michelin 175/70R13 XM2 Energy. They are available at around 28-30K. If your budget is lower then you can go for Toyo , Bridgestone or Yokohama all are good.

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    Which tyre i should buy in Yokohama series.185/65/R14

    Yokohama AVS dB decibel
    Yokohama A drive
    Yokohama C drive .2


    Recommend me and anybody tell me if i use 195/60/R14 will my fuel consumption increase and what other impacts will be there Positive and Negative.Help will be appreciated.i have to buy tyres tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by car_bus2008 View Post
    Which tyre i should buy in Yokohama series.185/65/R14

    Yokohama AVS dB decibel
    Yokohama A drive
    Yokohama C drive .2


    Recommend me and anybody tell me if i use 195/60/R14 will my fuel consumption increase and what other impacts will be there Positive and Negative.Help will be appreciated.i have to buy tyres tomorrow.
    and from where will you be buying them i also have to get some yoko DB....
    JDM Always 2 STEPs AHEAD..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by FarhanAnwarKhan View Post
    and from where will you be buying them i also have to get some yoko DB....
    Bro I have visited i think 14 shops in Saddar Rawalpindi and after alot of search Yokohama db rate was 7000.

    A drive 6800
    C Drive 6750

    Waiting for reply of Advisor that which are the best one from these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by car_bus2008 View Post
    Bro I have visited i think 14 shops in Saddar Rawalpindi and after alot of search Yokohama db rate was 7000.

    A drive 6800
    C Drive 6750

    Waiting for reply of Advisor that which are the best one from these.
    I am alos planning on going to saddar tomorow i need some tires for my rolla planning on getting 205 or 215...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FarhanAnwarKhan View Post
    and from where will you be buying them i also have to get some yoko DB....
    If you are so much cautious about the fuel savings, longer tread life and safety then I recommend you to go for Michelin XM2 Energy. But if your final choice is Yokohama then go for db551. By using Michelin energy range you will not experience any fuel consumption issue with 195/60R14. By using 60 series tyre you will get better control but reduced comfort and more burden on suspension. Now a days there is not much difference in the price of Michelin and Yokohama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by car_bus2008 View Post
    Which tyre i should buy in Yokohama series.185/65/R14

    Yokohama AVS dB decibel
    Yokohama A drive
    Yokohama C drive .2


    Recommend me and anybody tell me if i use 195/60/R14 will my fuel consumption increase and what other impacts will be there Positive and Negative.Help will be appreciated.i have to buy tyres tomorrow.
    If you are so much cautious about the fuel savings, longer tread life and safety then I recommend you to go for Michelin XM2 Energy. But if your final choice is Yokohama then go for db551. By using Michelin energy range you will not experience any fuel consumption issue with 195/60R14. By using 60 series tyre you will get better control but reduced comfort and more burden on suspension. Now a days there is not much difference in the price of Michelin and Yokohama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    If you are so much cautious about the fuel savings, longer tread life and safety then I recommend you to go for Michelin XM2 Energy. But if your final choice is Yokohama then go for db551. By using Michelin energy range you will not experience any fuel consumption issue with 195/60R14. By using 60 series tyre you will get better control but reduced comfort and more burden on suspension. Now a days there is not much difference in the price of Michelin and Yokohama.
    well bro my ride is already with stock 195/65R15 so consumption is not an issue as max consumotion depends on the alloys you use...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FarhanAnwarKhan View Post
    well bro my ride is already with stock 195/65R15 so consumption is not an issue as max consumotion depends on the alloys you use...
    My dear 1 of 5 tanks you consume is due to tyres and by using Energy tyres you may be able to safe fuel by 5 to 7%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    My dear 1 of 5 tanks you consume is due to tyres and by using Energy tyres you may be able to safe fuel by 5 to 7%.
    yes well it does depend on the friction and surface area and also drag due to air resistance......
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    Quote Originally Posted by FarhanAnwarKhan View Post
    yes well it does depend on the friction and surface area and also drag due to air resistance......
    So it is important to be cautious while choosing a tyre that how much it saves
    out of 20% consumed due to tyres.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    So it is important to be cautious while choosing a tyre that how much it saves
    out of 20% consumed due to tyres.
    well ialso need some griping power will go fro yoko db but cant decide b/w the two 205 or 215...
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