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    Default Bridgestone Ecopia Tyres for my Vitz 1.3 2008

    AOA all,

    I have a Vitz 2008 1.3L (2SZ-FE) face-lift model. It has stock Japanese tyres which are over now. I am planning to go for Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 185/65/R15. Please I need some expert advice on how are these Bridgestone tyres in terms of Drive, Softness, noise and "Fuel Economy". As I heard these tyres are best for Fuel Economy. Also let me know that how will 185/65/R15 effect the pickup, acceleration and fuel economy of my Vitz.

    I am getting Indonesian made Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 for Rs. 7500/tyre. Please let me know that is it the best choice for Vitz in terms of Fuel Economy and Comfort/Noise or there still are better options?

    Urgent replies please....

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    Anyone????

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    Go for yokohAma A300

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    go for yohama db decibel............
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    Check Yokohama DNA ECOS, very soft & quite tyre. You will find them on most of the jdm's.
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    I Dont Drive Fast, I Fly Slowly....

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad1 View Post
    Go for yokohAma A300

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    Bro are yoko a300 better than Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 in terms of comfort, softness and noise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asad_B View Post
    go for yohama db decibel............
    How are db decibel in comparison with Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 in terms of softness, comfort and noise with size 185/65/R15

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwm749 View Post
    Check Yokohama DNA ECOS, very soft & quite tyre. You will find them on most of the jdm's.
    How are Yokohama Ecos ES300 in comparison with Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 in terms of softness, comfort and noise with size 185/65/R15

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    Ecopia is way better than YH A300, but if you want best in terms of fuel saving and comfort and mileage go for Michelin XM2 Energy

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAdvisor View Post
    Ecopia is way better than YH A300, but if you want best in terms of fuel saving and comfort and mileage go for Michelin XM2 Energy

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    Thanks a lot for the reply bro. But wont be they too much expensive? As I am looking for best tyres in range 7000-8000/tyre.

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    Yes brother but quality never comes cheap, even if you will go for imported Tyre of any prominent brand it must not be cheaper than 8500, everything below 8000 is must be smuggled, don't buy smuggled tyres they are really dangerous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syedalihaidershah View Post
    How are Yokohama Ecos ES300 in comparison with Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 in terms of softness, comfort and noise with size 185/65/R15
    Go for Bridgestone i have Yokohama same size in my prius i feel them noisy n hard in winters

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    XM2, the best available at the moment. Advan dB are far behind now. Best size for your vitz is 185/65-R14
    Get only fresh imported, Made in UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by roomi351 View Post
    Go for Bridgestone i have Yokohama same size in my prius i feel them noisy n hard in winters
    Thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by roomi351 View Post
    Go for Bridgestone i have Yokohama same size in my prius i feel them noisy n hard in winters
    Which Yokohama tyre (model) you have on your prius?
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    Yokohama ecos es300 8/12 make n hardly driven 30000 km

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    In summer they were all ok but now a days i feel them hard also website says that they are summer tyres

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    Quote Originally Posted by syedalihaidershah View Post
    How are db decibel in comparison with Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 in terms of softness, comfort and noise with size 185/65/R15
    Brother Ecopia EP150 are best at this price.

    Way better than any Yoko including DB Decibel.

    Bridgestone is the pioneer and largest manufacturer of tyres.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradpit View Post
    Brother Ecopia EP150 are best at this price.

    Way better than any Yoko including DB Decibel.

    Bridgestone is the pioneer and largest manufacturer of tyres.

    Bro thanks a lot for the reply. I have decided to go for Bridgestone Ecopia EP150 185/65R15 with 15" Genuine Vitz RS Alloy Rims on my Vitz 1.3L.

    IA will share pictures and my experience

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