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Old 26th October 2007, 17:02   #151
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Hi guys,

I'm looking for an 15" alloys which shows in the picture. I would like to know which brand has this design and model no.?

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Old 26th October 2007, 17:04   #152
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Old 26th October 2007, 17:05   #153
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Sorry, here you go with the picture.
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Old 29th October 2007, 15:39   #154
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Experts, what would be better for Swift (185/70/14)
Yokohama A300 at 2700/- per tyre or Michelin XM1 at 3250/- per tyre.

It's little urgent, so it would be great if any of the experts can reply fast.
Thanx.
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Old 29th October 2007, 16:37   #155
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Both tyres are very good, you can't go wrong with any of them.
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Old 31st October 2007, 13:00   #156
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Default Michelin Energy MXV8/Pilot Primacy/G3s Potenza

Hello,

I was just checking in with the tyres 195/60/15. Which one is the best in the lot, What are the best options

1. Should I go in for Michelin Energy MXV8 (Found to be good)
2. Michelin Pilot Primacy (Do we get in 195/60/15 profile)
3. Bridgestone G3s potenza (Do we get in 195/60/15 profile)
5. Yoko (Do not know the exact name)

Pls help me out guys to choose, so that I am planning to get it done by this weekend.

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Old 31st October 2007, 13:05   #157
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1. Should I go in for Michelin Energy MXV8 (Found to be good)

5. Yoko (Do not know the exact name) ES100
Choose between the two. Both are very good tyres.
Michelin is a comfort biased tyre and the ES100 is a performance tyre..Choose according to your requirement.
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Old 31st October 2007, 13:29   #158
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1. Should I go in for Michelin Energy MXV8 (Found to be good)
2. Michelin Pilot Primacy (Do we get in 195/60/15 profile)
5. Yoko (Do not know the exact name)
I would choose between these three & yes the Primacy is available in the size you want.
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I would choose between these three & yes the Primacy is available in the size you want.
Fantastic tyres but Aren't they too costly....? 205/60 was for around 9K per tyre
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Guys someone told me that the Michelin PP2 is available in 14" with 185 / 195 width. Can you Michelin guys confirm?
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Experts, what would be better for Swift (185/70/14)
Yokohama A300 at 2700/- per tyre or Michelin XM1 at 3250/- per tyre.

It's little urgent, so it would be great if any of the experts can reply fast.
Thanx.
I had to pay Rs. 3500 for my Michelin XM1 (185/70R13) here in Trivandrum for my Viva. Was it too much? Anyway no point is crying over spilled milk.
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Thanx kpzen, Iraghava. How much does Michelin Pilot Primacy cost?

Cheers,
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Old 31st October 2007, 14:51   #163
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I had to pay Rs. 3500 for my Michelin XM1 (185/70R13) here in Trivandrum for my Viva. Was it too much? Anyway no point is crying over spilled milk.
I got 185/70/14 for my Swift for Rs 3400/- per tyre finally.
The dealer agreed at 3250/- a previous day but told me it was mistake in his calc and that he cant give below Rs 3400/-

Rs 3400/- is in delhi.. so in trivandrum, it is bound to be Rs 3600-3700
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Fantastic tyres but Aren't they too costly....? 205/60 was for around 9K per tyre
I don't think so but will confirm tomorrow.

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Guys someone told me that the Michelin PP2 is available in 14" with 185 / 195 width. Can you Michelin guys confirm?
Yes, the PP2's have recently been introduced in 14" also. But availability is still limited.

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Thanx kpzen, Iraghava. How much does Michelin Pilot Primacy cost?
Will let you know tomorrow.
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Exclamation Swift VDi-- prefer for ALLOY WHEEL

Hi Every one,

Please give me suggestion for suitable alloy wheel for swift vdi.. no need to change the tyre.. same size of the tyre.. i need only alloy perference... good looking Reliability and for long term and long run also ...My budget is 15k to 17 k maximum....waititng for ealry reply.. My swift color is astra grey...

Thanks


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