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Old 6th February 2010, 18:28   #16
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Hi bangaloreguy,

Nice review abt i20. Good to know that you haven't have had any bad experience with B'lore speed breakers

What colour is your i20? Can we have some exterior/interior pics? Are you still on OEM tyres? If Yes, then which brand? If No, whatz ur new tyre specifications? how is the performance of existing OEM tyres?


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Vish,
Sorry for the late reply. I'm posting some pictures today. My tyres are OEM (Apollo Acelere 185/65 R14) and haven't really tested it in rain so I can't comment on wet weather performance. No problems so far in city/highway driving.
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Vish,
Sorry for the late reply. I'm posting some pictures today. My tyres are OEM (Apollo Acelere 185/65 R14) and haven't really tested it in rain so I can't comment on wet weather performance. No problems so far in city/highway driving.
Thank you bangaloreguy. Your beauty is looking awesome in silver. I will be posting my review soon
Happy motoring.


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I too dont have any problems with speedbreakers here in Mumbai, but yeah it's just 1-2 ppl in the car. But I dont think even with 5 ppl the clearance is so low to hit the breakers all the time. Like Wildon said, try _slowing down_
Thanks to you and Wildon for your replies. I've been a little occupied with some other stuff and have not been able to reply promptly.
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All i20ians, please get the ECU Wire cover installed in your cars from the Service Center. Hyundai free of cost installed one in my'n to protect against Weather hazards.
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