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Old 11th May 2008, 11:03   #1
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Unhappy Swift VDi Confusion ?? :(

Hello All,

I will be getting my swift VDi by the end of next week and I have planned to change the stock tyres.
After doing some research i had decided on getting Michelin Energy XM1+ 195/60/R15. But after checking Michelin India's website it seems that this profile is not available in XM1+ and is only available in MXV8.
The other option I can go for is 185/70/R14 profile with XM1+.

Someone please help me in deciding the tyres. My priority is not to loose too much on FE and good life.

Should I got for 195 profile which would mean loosing on FE or should i stick with 185 profile which comes as standard for Swift Zxi.
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Old 11th May 2008, 11:13   #2
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Hey you already posted this in the correct thread. There was no need to open up a new thread. The reason why no one replied in your previous thread was because your question was already answered in the same thread. Just do a search and you'll get your reply.

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As pointed by vid this query is already posted here


Please avoid posting in multiple threads as it amounts to spam.

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