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    I have 2010 passo, plz suggest me what is the best tire size for it

    I want to put brand new tires on it so should i go for 175 or 185 ?

    And if go for alloys , then what should i go for?

    14inch or 15inch

    I want to keep my car as genuine as possible and i don't want to hurt its suspension.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Also there is slight size variation in different companies.
    for example, 185mm size of Yokohama may be slightly wider than 185mm size of dunlop, or vise versa. And similarly many others examples. But point to understand is that tires having same specs but different companies, may vary in size & performance.
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    Dont put more than 165 tire in passo


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    Quote Originally Posted by syed_arsalan View Post
    Dont put more than 165 tire in passo


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    ​Please inform the reason OR your experience in this regard. Thanks.

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    General rule you don't mess with the original , passo normally has 155 / 80 , 2013- less models , 2014 has 165/65/14

    You should opt for a 80 height anything less ur car will hit the speed breakers , even on 80 with people at the back it will hit and its a very bad feeling

    165 is not to thin not to wide , it suits the car


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    @tintin bro , are u sure tire of 185 sizes are different in other brands ?

    Could it be you saw one tire on a one specific rim and another on another

    Rims come in 5.5 - 7.5 sizes
    A 7 inch wide rim holding a 195 tire will still look wider than a 5.5 inch rim holding a 205




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