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Tyre Upgrade - Discussion

Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by Andy, Jun 18, 2010.

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  1. hellovineet

    hellovineet Timido

    New Delhi
  2. royj

    royj Esperto

    Hello vineet,

    This is your personal preference. As for me I would choose hyper silver finish for dark colored vehicles. Again, a red lip will look good only with red or may be white and black cars if you include some additional red graffiti.
  3. paritosh


    Need to replace stock tyres on 1.4 GP EP. (195/60/R15) - Run about 35K
    have gone through multiple threads but could not find anything conclusive yet. Pl. advise

    Michelin PLCs are pricier(5.7K/tyre) and all dealers talk about the soft side walls.
    I have a daily commute which includes about 5-6 Kms of "kaccha raasta" hence a bit unsure..

    Have read favourable reviews on Yoko CDrives though dont have quotes
    My Requirement :
    Less Noise and Ride quality

    Pl. suggest dealers in Pune (west) as well .
    Reliance Auto Aundh deals in Michelins - Any feedback of dealing with them would also be appreciated
  4. bharathj85

    bharathj85 Regolare

    New Shoes for my Punto Active with 15" OEM Alloys

    I had purchased a used 15" OEM Punto alloys for my MJD BNW Punto Active along with the used tyres. Tyres condition are not so good and i am planning to upgrade the shoes. Pls suggest me which brand of tyres are good. Is Appollo ACELERE is a good choice. I need a tyres that atleast last for 40k kms min.
  5. Manilruben

    Manilruben Amatore

    Hi ,

    You could try Conti Premiumcontact 2 these are good tyres which will last per requirement. Superior GRIP both in wet and dry , cornering is good , reduced tyre noise. So youls try my punto 90 HP is runing on these.
  6. dear friends,
    I changed my tyres to goodyear assurance armor grip 185/70 R 14. done 500 kms..till now good performance .will update after 2500 kms. roadgrip and riding comfort have improved
  7. Re: What tyres to buy??

    Take a look at yoko c drive...good tyres with long life..I am very satisfied with my apollos but yokos are better IMO

    Sent from my GT-N7100 using Tapatalk 2
  8. sunswape

    sunswape Regolare

    Appollo acelere are good, silent, comfy, but grip in wet is very bad. So beware, rest is alright.
  9. Re: What tyres to buy??

    Cmmon its wet grip is not that bad..infact you wont notice any difference if you are driving below 80 Kmph..a VFM tyre..

    Sent from my GT-N7100 using Tapatalk 2
  10. gurjinder

    gurjinder Staff Member Janitor

    Aceleres are not silent. That's their biggest complaint, atleast to me.But they should last 40K easy with regular maintenance.

    Yoko A drives are good. No issues. On the slightly more expensive side and for comfort - Yoko V550 db.
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