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|27th June 2010, 12:49||#286|
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A few reviews of the xm1+ are being thrown around on phoenix' thread as well. I remember our dear friend Hellstar mentioning once upon a time that the yoko A drives are brilliant wet weather tires but lose grip as they heat up. The xm1+ as shyam said are a good balance between comfort and grip. For the city, probably no better tire in terms of comfort. For the highway, it will do its job admirably, provided you know how to handle your car.
If your not too much of a comfort person, and are not botherd about a little extra noise, go in for grippier stuff.
Warranty shouldnt be an issue with wider tires. Again depends on your service center. Here at KUN hyundai in chennai they are cool enough to recommend various upgrades like tires, synthetic oil and even k&n air filter.
Dont compromise on a tire change with the verna. You will need it.
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