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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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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    What is your OE tyre size.
    i'll confirm it tomorrow its 185 something which tyres would you suggest ? please mention in detail
    The daily runing is around a 100km so tyres should perform good

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    What tyres do you recommend for New civic? As the euro tyres that come with civic are crappy i've heard...OE tyre size is written on honda site as 195/65 R 15

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    Quote Originally Posted by D4nnY View Post
    What tyres do you recommend for New civic? As the euro tyres that come with civic are crappy i've heard...OE tyre size is written on honda site as 195/65 R 15
    The OE size of new civic is 195/65R15. If you want to go for the best I recommend Michelin's new Energy range XM2 Energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shairkoh View Post
    i am using Continental's CrossContact LX in my Hilux Vigo. i am very happy with these tyres. stock was MICHELIN Cross Terrain. these Continental are 10 time better then MICHELIN .
    You are talking about Michelin cross terrain which was rated best in its class but it was old pattern did you checked Michelin Latitude Cross you will forget every other make and even if you want higher end product then check for latitude tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahadsoulsnatcher911 View Post
    i'll confirm it tomorrow its 185 something which tyres would you suggest ? please mention in detail
    The daily runing is around a 100km so tyres should perform good
    If I am not wrong it must be 185/65R14. The best available product in this size is Michelin XM2 Energy. For details go to facebook.com/michelinpakistan

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    @D4nnY:

    For New Civic...Go for Dunlop SP Sport 300 you will like this tyre...I have installed it in my CITY ASPIRE and its good giving no issues!!!
    For swift and gutsy response use CIVIC!!!

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    what do you suggest for a new Swift, Main concern is the comfort! So something which is good for suspension and a comfortable ride! cuz its suzuki after all and you know how the roads are...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    You are talking about Michelin cross terrain which was rated best in its class but it was old pattern did you checked Michelin Latitude Cross you will forget every other make and even if you want higher end product then check for latitude tour.
    Thanks Brother . jubh mae nae tyres change kernay thaay tu mujhat Latitude Cross oer latitude tour Pakistan mae nae milay. plz mujhay bataien ager kahien available hon tu. mae nae kuch dino tak apni Prado kae tyres change kernay hien.
    It's better to lose your EGO to the one you LOVE.Than to lose your LOVE because of your EGO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shairkoh View Post
    Thanks Brother . jubh mae nae tyres change kernay thaay tu mujhat Latitude Cross oer latitude tour Pakistan mae nae milay. plz mujhay bataien ager kahien available hon tu. mae nae kuch dino tak apni Prado kae tyres change kernay hien.
    For details you may check with Michelin at Facebook.com/michelinpakistan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RN427 View Post
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    For New Civic...Go for Dunlop SP Sport 300 you will like this tyre...I have installed it in my CITY ASPIRE and its good giving no issues!!!
    I am afraid that your choice is not good as there is only one good thing in Dunlop which is its price, advice for you to replace them before they approach to 50% life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alicashif View Post
    what do you suggest for a new Swift, Main concern is the comfort! So something which is good for suspension and a comfortable ride! cuz its suzuki after all and you know how the roads are...
    If you want real value for your money go for Michelin's.

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    Never go for Michelins as I have bad experience with 2 sets now. They get very hard in less than 10k km and become too noisy. If you want the best comfort, go for yoko's....i've found DNA db's to be the best in this regard!

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    michelins,pirellis ,goodyear etc these tyres are not for pakistani conditions simply ,yokos,dunlop or other brands which are in use are best for our conditions
    Godzilla under the Hood !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatron View Post
    Never go for Michelins as I have bad experience with 2 sets now. They get very hard in less than 10k km and become too noisy. If you want the best comfort, go for yoko's....i've found DNA db's to be the best in this regard!
    Why dont you complain to michelin they are providing very good customer services in Pakistan and please also share your experience with us that with which Michelin product you have got problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1 View Post
    michelins,pirellis ,goodyear etc these tyres are not for pakistani conditions simply ,yokos,dunlop or other brands which are in use are best for our conditions
    You mean only Japanese companies are good for Pakistani roads and European or Americans are not able to produce tyres for our conditions. Kindly give some argument that how you judge this.

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    I am now confused, whether to go for ADVAN DB OR YOKOHAMA OR MICHELLIN ENERGY for my 2010 gli corolla which has done only 10,000kms on stock tyres

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimm76 View Post
    I am now confused, whether to go for ADVAN DB OR YOKOHAMA OR MICHELLIN ENERGY for my 2010 gli corolla which has done only 10,000kms on stock tyres
    For me if I need best in terms of safety, reliability, comfort, robustness, longer tyre life and fuel savings I prefer to go for Michelin 195/65R15 XM2 Energy. Yoko or Toyo or BS all comes after that, and it doesn't means these brands are bad but Michelin is on the top of list.

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    Hi friends wht's going on.

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    Suggest a tyre shop in Pindi, cha sultan.

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    Want to have 15" tires on corolla 1998 kindly recommend size good for daily use and company too
    Keeping me in mind the tires are not too much low profile

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