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Old 23rd April 2023, 14:12   #91
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Re: Hyundai Grand i10 Nios 1.0L Turbo Petrol : Official Review

No, the tyre doesn't touch anywhere even on full load (but comes very close to the fender lining at front).
Ride quality has improved considerably and steering feels heavier. Especially the stiff edge the suspension had is gone and so the ride feels smoother. But the taller sidewalls do flex more and hence induce more body roll. Breaking feels sharper as well.
On Stock alloys and offset you can't go above 185. 185/55 is the better size, but ain't easily available.
In 185/60 spec Vredestein Ultrac are the best you can get.
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Re: Hyundai Grand i10 Nios 1.0L Turbo Petrol : Official Review

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No, the tyre doesn't touch anywhere even on full load (but comes very close to the fender lining at front).
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In 185/60 spec Vredestein Ultrac are the best you can get.

Thanks so much for your photos. Will stick to 185/60 on the stock rim if possible, many brands available in that size.
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