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Old 28th June 2007, 19:08   #1
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Michelin Priority Partner (MPP), a tyre retail outlet in Noida has been introduced by Michelin India tyres pvt Ltd. It is a well established tyre retail network that will aim at providing an outstanding ownership experience to customers.

The Michelin product range currently offered at the MPP outlet
1. Pilot Preceda
2. Pilot Sports 2
3. 4x4 Synchrone
4. Energy XM1
5. Energy MXV8
6. LTX A/T

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Thats good news, I am waiting for one in Bangalore too soon, I read in ACI I guess last month there is MPP outlet in Pune as well.

If any MPP outlet available in Bangalore?

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Another MPP is coming up in Faridabad too and this one is going to be State of the Art! From what I know he's going to have Nitrogen for filling tyres and even a 3D Alignment machine apart from other things! Real cutting edge stuff.

P.S. KP where is this MPP in Noida located? I must go & have a look at it sometime!

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Another MPP is coming up in Faridabad too and this one is going to be State of the Art! From what I know he's going to have Nitrogen for filling tyres and even a 3D Alignment machine apart from other things! Real cutting edge stuff.
Mr. Anoop opening an outlet in Faridabad Isn't it??? or someone else?
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P.S. KP where is this MPP in Noida located? I must go & have a look at it sometime!
Location hasn't been mentioned anywhere in the article.The shop's name is Tyres Shoppe owned by Mr Sunil Jain
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Another MPP is coming up in Faridabad too and this one is going to be State of the Art! From what I know he's going to have Nitrogen for filling tyres and even a 3D Alignment machine apart from other things! Real cutting edge stuff.
where where.

the only biggest here is Haryana tyre located at Neelam Chowk. He is have quite good aligment and stuff..

Any chance that they are going to stock 17 inchers.
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Oh and forgot to mention one thing:

BFGoodrich (a Michelin subsidiary) is now being distributed in India by Michelin. The tyres available are:

g-Force Profiler
g-Force Sport
Sport T/A
Radial T/A
All Terrain K/O
Mud Terrain T/A
Macadam T/A
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tires shoppe is an old shop.they have just become a priority parter for Michelin.otherwise they were selling all brands of tires before.they still do sell bridge stones but recommend Michelin's.its in sector5 near the Hyundai workshop.its close to the Indian oil building.
yes they have nitrogen filling and 3d wheel alignment.
nitrogen filling costs rs20 per tyre.
i bought michelins for my car from tyre shoppe.
i had one grouse with them,they knowingly fit 155/70R13 on my zen when they knew that it wasnt the perfect upsize for my zen.

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i had one grouse with them,they knowingly fit 155/70R13 on my zen when they knew that it wasnt the perfect upsize for my zen.
Considering the standards of tyre dealers here, that's hardly anything, atleast he gave you the tyres he intially told he was giving you. That's why it's important for the customer to know what is the ideal upsize for his car.
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BFGoodrich (a Michelin subsidiary) is now being distributed in India
Yokohama is also related to these two, you know.
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i had one grouse with them,they knowingly fit 155/70R13 on my zen when they knew that it wasnt the perfect upsize for my zen.
Now beat this
I saw a customer demanding 175/60-13 tyres to be fitted on his Palio 1.2 inspite of the dealer telling him that its a wrong size for Palio
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Now beat this
I saw a customer demanding 175/60-13 tyres to be fitted on his Palio 1.2 inspite of the dealer telling him that its a wrong size for Palio
Hahahahaha...

He must be saying this as he must not having it in his stock.
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when i purchased the tyres(155/70R13),according to the dealer(tyre shoppe),michelin didnt make 155/65R13.
i kept telling him that these tyres are stock for the santro but a wrong upsize for the zen.he went to the extent to give me assurity that if the tyres foul with the wheel arches,he will replace them.
when i went to him to tell him that the tyres were fouling,he tells me that my suspension bushes must have worn off.
though i didnt have much choice,either the michelins or the apollo acceleres.
very happy with the tires though.
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So what should be the right upsize and various options/prices for Santro

Need sugestion for tube type tyres only as stock rims will be used.

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Tire Shoppe has nitrogen filling and 3D alignment from quite some time. And yes they have been recommending michelin from quite some time.
Service over there has always been above par, and they even take a test drive after alignment to see everything is really okay.
Their tubless puncture rates are a bit steep though(50rs a puncture!)
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Their tubless puncture rates are a bit steep though(50rs a puncture!)
Is that Steep ?? I am surprised.
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