bought bridgestone ecopia Rs 9700 for a pair
dont go for that size, go for PS recommended size. I recall you had fuel problem, it will increase with this size. Off topic, did you solve that problem
Problem is still there, now having 10k/ltr, still trying different mechanics, meanwhile got changed rims, now thinking abt tyres
175/70R13 will reduce ground clearance by 3mm
Ahaan ... Than only standard size is recommended?
Yes stick to stock
Just confirmed the current size of tyres .... They are also of 175/70 not gEneral some Japan made .... Actually a mechanic has told me to get some soft tyres
these are after market over sizedstock are i think 155/80/r13
Softer tyre = softer rubber which means good grip on road
Is like Soft = nylonHard = wire?
wow..9700 for a pair? 4450 for a brand new tyre...
thanks bro for the info. i've seen bridgestone ecopia in many cars..
What is recommended size by P'S?
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If we use 175x70x13?
I am using 175/70R13 at the moment i haven't felt any noticeable difference in fuel average or acceleration of the car. But with A.C on i can feel it a bit more sluggish now.Fuel average in city is around 12 kmpl and on Highway it's around 16 kmpl with A.C.
175/65 R13 by Michelin or Yokohama only
Nobody recommending yokohama in Karachi. I just visited the market and mostly suggesting Bridgestone ecopia ep150 indonesian, Dunlop Eco Indonesian, and GT champiro Eco. All are in between 5000 to 5500. I am attaching GT details.
Sorry can't attach. But u can open this link www.gtradial.com/global/tire-details/champiro_eco
I remember u bought general tycoon.
Simply the markets' attitude is "Grapes r sour"There are very few one in Khi who have fresh stocks from Yokohama so they misguide customers Michelin has no comparison.