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    Default Help needed toyota belta

    i bought a new car toyota belta 2 weeks ago and i love its drive and quality but i am having a problem that whenever 3 or 4 people are sitting in the car with nothing in the trunk car hits the road especially on speed breakers it has stock tyres and rims this is a serious problem for me i need suggestions to make it better or is it wise to sell it and go for honda city(automatic)


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    sir this is not a problem all jdm kars act like that.there r 2 solution either get xli's spring installed in cars suspension or get some packing .but i recomened you wait and expert answer

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    waiting for experts...?
    alright im here...waiting for experts too;p
    sir mane b apko yehe kaha tha or u can go for city steermetic if resale is not an issue
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZEEMMAJEED View Post
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    sir this is not a problem all jdm kars act like that.there r 2 solution either get xli's spring installed in cars suspension or get some packing .but i recomened you wait and expert answer
    Are you serious? What difference would that make?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingreturns View Post
    i bought a new car toyota belta 2 weeks ago and i love its drive and quality but i am having a problem that whenever 3 or 4 people are sitting in the car with nothing in the trunk car hits the road especially on speed breakers it has stock tyres and rims this is a serious problem for me i need suggestions to make it better or is it wise to sell it and go for honda city(automatic)
    Get bigger wheels and tires installed, you don't need to sell such a nice car just because of a little problem like this one. By increasing the size of your wheels and tires the ground clearance of your car would also increase causing it not to hit the speedbreakers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by murtaza_murti View Post
    Get bigger wheels and tires installed, you don't need to sell such a nice car just because of a little problem like this one. By increasing the size of your wheels and tires the ground clearance of your car would also increase causing it not to hit the speedbreakers.
    planning to replace the tyres .....and its a big issue for me coz the daily drive of my car is 120kms with atleast 4 people and its not used in lahore

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingreturns View Post
    i bought a new car toyota belta 2 weeks ago and i love its drive and quality but i am having a problem that whenever 3 or 4 people are sitting in the car with nothing in the trunk car hits the road especially on speed breakers it has stock tyres and rims this is a serious problem for me i need suggestions to make it better or is it wise to sell it and go for honda city(automatic)
    Don't worry too much about the car hitting speed breakers. I have a Belta as well and any half-baked speed breaker that people get constructed in front of their homes hits the car's underbody. The properly made ones, that are wide and ramp like don't hit the car at all. If you are really concerned about this issue then get bigger tires (e.g. 195 65/R15), like Murtaza ^ pointed out above. There isn't much difference between the road clearance of any JDM car and Honda City (Civic as well for that matter).

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    Quote Originally Posted by -infinity- View Post
    waiting for experts...?
    alright im here...waiting for experts too;p
    sir mane b apko yehe kaha tha or u can go for city steermetic if resale is not an issue
    ur comment is highly appreciated .......i have driven city vario for two months its a bit tiring and i am not a racer type of guy so no need of city steermatic belta is very smooth and comfortable

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    get bigger tyres...just big enuff to lift ur car a bit,not too much big tht tyres strt touchin car's body on bumps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinal View Post
    Don't worry too much about the car hitting speed breakers. I have a Belta as well and any half-baked speed breaker that people get constructed in front of their homes hits the car's underbody. The properly made ones, that are wide and ramp like don't hit the car at all. If you are really concerned about this issue then get bigger tires (e.g. 195 65/R15), like Murtaza ^ pointed out above. There isn't much difference between the road clearance of any JDM car and Honda City (Civic as well for that matter).
    thanks for the reply.......will replace the tyres in a day or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by cracked View Post
    get bigger tyres...just big enuff to lift ur car a bit,not too much big tht tyres strt touchin car's body on bumps...
    what size would u recommend as the stock tyre is 165

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    195/60 R15 is a good size, Bridgestone AR10.
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