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    Hi guys. To help friends going for new tyres. Please help em with ure experience and share your rating and recommendations

    Your current tyre brand with exact model
    Out of 10 where 10 is best and 1 is lowest
    How do u rate them in grip wet/dry
    How do u rate them in comfort/noise
    How do you rate them in fuel economy
    How do u rate them in life
    Over all rating and recommendation

    My current tyre are yokohama A drive in cultus
    Grip wise ok 6
    Comfort wise 6.5
    Fuel wise not sure
    After 50000 km they are still in good shape i mean tread pattern is still like new,so u can say it
    Can go 30000km more easily,but due to alignment issue,front ryres inner tread is almost gone,so chamging them.
    Over all average tyre..
    So its ure turn to share ure experience.


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    Tyre: Radial ST (Size: 145/70 r-12) by General. ----- more than 7 years old

    Grip in wet condition: fine. ---------- (6/10)

    Comfort: Hard on bumpy roads. Fine on Smooth ones. ------------(4/10)

    Fuel Economy: Not sure.

    Life: Impressive. ------------(10/10)

    Rating: High compensation from Comfort point of view, so (5/10)
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    How come u r using them for 7 years.....rubber definitely has some expiry.They are dangerous.
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    Tyre: Radial ST (Size: 145/70 r-12) by General. ----- more than 7 years old

    Grip in wet condition: fine. ---------- (6/10)

    Comfort: Hard on bumpy roads. Fine on Smooth ones. ------------(4/10)

    Fuel Economy: Not sure.

    Life: Impressive. ------------(10/10)

    Rating: High compensation from Comfort point of view, so (5/10)
    <..If everything seems under control, U r not going fast enough..>

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    Toyo Japanese the best

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    Tyre: Dunlop EC201 (Size: 165/70 r-12) cuore ----- using for 2 years

    Grip on wet/good roads is v.good. on dusty roads grip is pathetic. ---------- (7/10)

    Comfort: Hard on bumpy roads. Fine on Smooth ones. ------------(5/10)

    Fuel Economy: good (9/10).

    Life: Good. ------------(9/10)

    Overall: give better looks, road clearance and comfort compared to stock tyres but these are bit hard and grip is not good on dusty roads.

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    Yokohama S Drive
    Comfort 8/10
    Grip 9/10
    Fuel Economy 7/10

    Continental Eco Contact 5
    Comfort 8/10
    Grip 7.5/10
    Fuel Economy 8/10

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    1.Yokohama Decibel V550
    Size: 205/65/R15
    Grip: 7/10
    Fuel Economy: 8/10
    Comfort: 8.5/10
    Overall: 8/10
    Car: Corolla GLi 1.6 A/T PKDM 2012

    2.Michelin Primacy HP
    Size: 245/45/R17
    Grip: 8/10
    Fuel Economy: 8.5/10
    Comfort: 9/10
    Overall: 9/10
    Car: Mercedes E-250 CGI 2013

    3. Dunlop Sport 300
    Size: 185/65/R15
    Grip: 6.5/10
    Fuel Economy: 7/10
    Comfort: 7/10
    Overall: 7/10
    Car: Honda City 1.3 M/T PKDM 2010

    4.Yokohama Geolandar HT-S
    Size: 265/70/R16
    Grip: 7.5/10
    Fuel Economy: 7/10
    Comfort: 7/10
    Overall: 7/10
    Car: Toyota Hilux Vigo 3.0 D4D Thailand Model 2005

    5. Bridgestone Turanza
    Size: 195/60/R15
    Grip: 6/10
    Fuel Economy: 7.5/10
    Comfort: 7/10
    Overall: 7/10
    Car: Suzuki Swift DLX 2011 PKDM (M18 engine swap)


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