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Old 4th September 2007, 14:24   #211
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Old 10th September 2007, 17:44   #212
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So what are the options in Yoko for 175/70/13, 175/65/14(if i had budget and go for alloys) sizes? Priority is grip, less noise and ride quality in that order.

I am told even 185 will scrap when corsa is fully loaded. So i am with only these 2 options. I am also looking at Mich XM1. The current s322, have completed 35k and will be changed in another 2,3k kms.
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So what are the options in Yoko for 175/70/13, 175/65/14(if i had budget and go for alloys) sizes? Priority is grip, less noise and ride quality in that order.

I am told even 185 will scrap when corsa is fully loaded. So i am with only these 2 options. I am also looking at Mich XM1. The current s322, have completed 35k and will be changed in another 2,3k kms.
YOKOHAMA in 175/70 R13 is available in A300.
If NVH is your concern then A300 or XM1.
In 175/70 R13 the only silica based tyre is YOKO A300, so will have a better grip as well.

As far corsa is concerned better if you stick to 175/70 R13 in case you are not switching to 14".
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itzzme, what is your official designation in Yokohama India Ltd?
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Guys , Need Yokos for my Siena with 195mm section and rim diameter of 14", Whats the Profile I can safely go for taken into consideration the scraping factor, and Approx price for the same ?
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195/60-14 Es100.
You can mount those tyres on GTX alloys.

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Guys , Need Yokos for my Siena with 195mm section and rim diameter of 14", Whats the Profile I can safely go for taken into consideration the scraping factor, and Approx price for the same ?
Maxxie boy - All your answers lie in this thread:

https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-...-your-car.html
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Can someone please post the price of 195/55/R15 tyres (yokohoma) in Bangalore and also a good/reliable shop to get it from.

Also if someone knows the price of the Michillin energy XM1 ( same size above).
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Can someone please post the price of 195/55/R15 tyres (yokohoma) in Bangalore and also a good/reliable shop to get it from.

Also if someone knows the price of the Michillin energy XM1 ( same size above).
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195/55?

Heard yokos are in shortage. I too am looking for the same but 195/60 ( for VDi). How much would they cost?

Would 205 be a over kill?
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Can someone please post the price of 195/55/R15 tyres (yokohoma) in Bangalore and also a good/reliable shop to get it from.

Also if someone knows the price of the Michillin energy XM1 ( same size above).
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195/55 R15 would come in Yoko S-Drive & should be available from next month onwards. Michelin doesn't have that size in India officially.

Price for Yoko should be around 5k or so.
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Yoko ES100 195 60 R15 will be around 4K and S Drive is around 3.8k, Michillin Energy XM1 is around 4.5K. Try visiting SP road many dealers are there apart from Sai Iyengar at Lal Baug and Infentry road.
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205 would be a overkill JK.
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busa sir i have been reading your posts about performance tyres. can you please suggest tyres for sx4 zxi preferably michelins or yokos. 205/60 r16. thanx.
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Yoko ES100 195 60 R15 will be around 4K and S Drive is around 3.8k
Am I missing something here ? I though the ES 100's were cheaper than the S-Drives .
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busa sir i have been reading your posts about performance tyres. can you please suggest tyres for sx4 zxi preferably michelins or yokos. 205/60 r16. thanx.
Yokohama Advan Neova, S Drives, Sports, AVS Sport, ES100 in that order in Yokos.

Michelin PP2

Dont know whether they available or not in the size but they are the best performance tyres around.
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