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Old 4th June 2010, 13:34   #1
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Default Tyre Shoppe Noida Sector 5

A highly recommended place for all your tyre need. This place has plenty of space to accommodate 8-9 cars and has latest devices for alignment and balancing. Their charges are bit on high side but I find it VFM. I have been a very satisfied customer.

Address - B54 Sector 5 Noida

Website - :: welcome to the Tyre Shoppe ::
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Old 5th June 2010, 22:50   #2
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Well me and my friend (Hellspawn) had a horrid experience here, when they could not get one tire of a 17" rim without damaging the lip. I would never go here. Prices are definately on the higher side.

Not to mentioned he damaged my car while getting it into his workshop after my repeated warning not to.
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tyre shoppe, from what i have experienced is a place to avoid. untrained staff, no technical knoledge, after sale support was absent(saw a guy walk in with complaints regarding his michellin tyre and he was not attended to , and then later rudely just shoooed away), prices are high.

my experience has been of buying puncture kits, air pump, tyre tubes, but have not bought tyre as yet. my opinion is on the basis of my observations when i have been there.

overall: best to avoid
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So do we have any other place in Noida, which can be trusted for all tyre needs, i.e. Alignment, balancing etc?
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There's a CEAT Shoppe in Sec-16 market, the personnel of which I found pretty genuine. One of the times I took my car in there for alignment, the labor guy told me after one look at his terminal that you don't need alignment and I wasn't charged for anything.
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There's a CEAT Shoppe in Sec-16 market, the personnel of which I found pretty genuine. One of the times I took my car in there for alignment, the labor guy told me after one look at his terminal that you don't need alignment and I wasn't charged for anything.
LoG, it would be great if you can dedicate a thread to this store and other stores as well which you trust.
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Carnation also sells tires but they keep a limited stock. How are they in general (Service and overall customer care). I saw the workshop in sector 63 and it did sound professionally managed. Any Inputs?

I have to change the tires of my Maruti Zen (2004) before I take up the mighty Uttaranchal terrain after few days (It is still a plan). Please suggest if I should go for tubeless or otherwise (I was thinking of Bridgestone – Tubeless).

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I used Tyre Shoppe on a few occasions & was initially impressed with their equipment. But I stopped going after I found that they have a tendency to pass off mis-alignment as a camber issue & ask you to take it to Company workshops to get it fixed. Not to mention that they're bloody expensive.

I hated hearing stock replies like "Safari ka toh thoda sa left jane ka tendency hamesha rehta hain sir" & "Fiesta ki camber problem to rehta hain - yeh toh apko Ford workshop se rectify karna padega" etc etc.

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There's a CEAT Shoppe in Sec-16 market, the personnel of which I found pretty genuine. One of the times I took my car in there for alignment, the labor guy told me after one look at his terminal that you don't need alignment and I wasn't charged for anything.
I called this shop today to ask if they use the dhaaga method. The guy replied that dhaaga is an age old process and no longer used. That assured me.

I went to this shop today. It was absolutely not what I was expecting. The shop was in a dilapidated state, and looked very un-kept and non-imposing. Looked more of a road side repair garage.

Anyway, I went there and saw two cars in the working area. While I was waiting my turn, I noticed that the staff was using a thread for alignment!! Even though the sensor things were attached to the wheels. This was sure the dhaaga method which i wanted to avoid. The guy who's car was being aligned also looked at unrest. Soon I found him yelling at the staff for their incompetence and that he wanted his car released immediately. The machines also didn't seem to find the sensors properly. Either machine was faulty, or staff was incompetent.

This was enough hint for me and I moved on to Tyre Dynamics, where a professional job was done.
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This was enough hint for me and I moved on to Tyre Dynamics, where a professional job was done.
Tell us more about this Tyre Dynamics. Where are they based, what are the charges, how was your experience and what work they have done on your car?
Since I also look out for some good shops in Noida
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Tell us more about this Tyre Dynamics. Where are they based, what are the charges, how was your experience and what work they have done on your car?
Since I also look out for some good shops in Noida
Somehow I missed this post. Better late than never though!

I had posted a short review of Tyre Dynamic at:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...ml#post2053094 (Wheel alignment & balancing in the NCR)

Alignment, i think costed Rs. 250. I got balancing, and alignment done that day.

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This place is best avoided. Very unprofessional.
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I agree with many here. They are horrendously overpriced, and often gravitate towards thing like Shim adjustment etc., instead of actually fixing the alignment.
I have also found that their fixed punctures rarely stay in place.
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Most horrid place i would say. Avoid it even if they are tyhe last shop present on the planet!
I gave them a call as i wanted to inquire about tyres available in the 255 profile and also what buyback they would offer for new bridgestones that come with the safari. the guy who answered the phone tells me not to waste his time on the phone and if i want this information i should come to the shop! Extremely proffesional way to do business i say!!
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Tyre Shoppe : tried them many times, overpriced, pathetic staff, mostly all show and poor content. Running due to high advertisement. Once I got the alignment done of my Matiz. It took me 4 visits to them and lot of shouting to get it right.

Would love to Know about other good places in Noida.
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