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    Hey Guys,

    I want to change my tyres in Swift 1.3. Currently has the OEM Bridgestone Turanza in it 185/60/15. I was looking into Michelin Energy Star or Pirelli Centurato P7. another one is Dunlop Sport BluResponse.

    Please recommend any better suggestion. also for Pirelli suggest me a authorized dealer.

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    Yokohama db decibe soft tyre
    Loaded with SQ setup

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    Look into Yokohama Advan DB or Continental

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    @muradi has experience with swift tyres

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    Yoko Advan Db or Michilen Energy Saver.
    Dont change the profile, Stick to OEM
    Laws r Made to be Broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by muradi View Post
    Yoko Advan Db or Michilen Energy Saver.
    Dont change the profile, Stick to OEM

    i recommend change the profile to 195/65/15 to increase the height by 1.25 inch...

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    recently a cousin bought LM704 for 28000 rs... its dunlop brand i think....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrUsmanNawaz View Post
    i recommend change the profile to 195/65/15 to increase the height by 1.25 inch...
    The Current height of Swift is Love. Im using 195 and the increased height looks ugly.
    Laws r Made to be Broken

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    @sadain
    If Comfort is what your looking for then "CONTINENTAL CONTI COMFORT CONTACT 5" (CC5) in your cars stock tyre size.
    Boyz will b boyz..only thing that changes is the price of their Toyz!!!!

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    I was about to buy continental cc5 but aftr comparison with yokohama db. The softness of yokohama forced me to buy them @ 8000each
    Loaded with SQ setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockk View Post
    I was about to buy continental cc5 but aftr comparison with yokohama db. The softness of yokohama forced me to buy them @ 8000each
    In lahore shop keepers are asking 8800 for Yokohama advan's..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassan_sheikh View Post
    @sadain
    If Comfort is what your looking for then "CONTINENTAL CONTI COMFORT CONTACT 5" (CC5) in your cars stock tyre size.
    from which shop you have bought these tyres? do mention the price and why didn't you go for advan DB.. Any specific reason

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    Well here's my list after 5hrs of reviewing

    pirelli p4
    michelin energy saver
    Yokohama advan db
    continental cc5
    dunlop Sport BluResponse

    i think i'll be going with dunlop. it's comparatively cheaper, is low on fuel consumption, less noisy than the rest and great grip (dry/wet) as they say. guys what do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozimandice View Post
    Well here's my list after 5hrs of reviewing

    pirelli p4
    michelin energy saver
    Yokohama advan db
    continental cc5
    dunlop Sport BluResponse

    i think i'll be going with dunlop. it's comparatively cheaper, is low on fuel consumption, less noisy than the rest and great grip (dry/wet) as they say. guys what do you think?
    Go fr yokohama advan db
    Loaded with SQ setup

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    I got the yokohahams on my swift as well..but one thing that i cant get over is that the resale price of old tyres is almost negligble..i still have the old bridgstones with me..thinking gamlay bana dun unkay...any other way to sell em?
    cars cars and cars...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaVeN_RiZz View Post
    I got the yokohahams on my swift as well..but one thing that i cant get over is that the resale price of old tyres is almost negligble..i still have the old bridgstones with me..thinking gamlay bana dun unkay...any other way to sell em?
    Yes thy dont buy old Bridgestone tyres..
    Loaded with SQ setup

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