Ahh!! there you go, I hate to buy anything made specific to Indian conditions!! If you look in terms of cars , No crash tested,featureless,Kitna deta hai is the car for indian conditions Similarly for tires ,Slippery on hard breaking,not much of comfort,bursting tire with ability to send occupants to grave yard, more than every thing just hard and long lasting(myth). Let me share a recent incident, we brought a Vespa Lx125, it comes with Pirelli/Michilin in Europe ,but with MRF nylogrip in India. Tire used to give up on grip at speeds of 40 kmph much before chassis is about to give up. I went to market looking for softer tires with good thread pattern even in the edge of the tires, Only soft among hard tires was CEAT secura NEO, now Vespa does loose grip but at speeds over 60 kmph. I have had test drive on a Pulsar with Michilin(ISI certified), Owner is happy that he is much safer on the roads than his sold MFR ZAPPER. I couldn't disagree. Pulsar just behaved so planted even in wet condition, I advised My co-brother to go for Michilin for his Karizma. Thank God my car/bike or car tire are not made for Indian conditions Although would love to see CPC or Mich on Vespa but have to settle down to CEAT for lack of options. - - - Merged Post - - - In the above picture can you see the tire rubber dust on alloy? that tells you how the car was driven.