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Old 20th February 2022, 20:35   #2131
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Hi Friends,

Please share the feedback of the following tyres in 165/80 R14:

Apollo Amazer 4G Life
MRF ZV2K
JK Tornado/ Taximaxx
Ceat Milaze
any other company of same specifications.

Thanks in advance
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Hi Friends,

Please share the feedback of the following tyres in 165/80 R14:

Apollo Amazer 4G Life
MRF ZV2K
JK Tornado/ Taximaxx
Ceat Milaze
any other company of same specifications.

Thanks in advance
Well, all the options in your shortlist are hard compound tyres. More on the durable and long lasting side rather than grip and comfort. If that's what you are after, go ahead with the cheapest option which offers unconditional warranty as there is no significant differentiator in any of these options that'll make you pick that over others.

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Old 22nd February 2022, 12:01   #2133
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Actually I got BRIDGESTONE S248 tyres along with the car. I never had any complaints with it. I was thinking of going for an economical one for replacement as car became 9 years old now. However, after some enquiries n research, i have decided that it's better to go with Bridgestone itself though it may cost few thousands more for 4 tyres. My service manager also suggested to go with it and said that I may not be satisfied with JK, Apollo or MRF after driving Bridgestone all these years.

So, finally decided to go with same Bridgestone tyres with same 165/80 r14. getting them on today. Thank you all for the advices n information
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Yesterday I have got the new pair of shoes for my car. As planned I have sticked to BRIDGESTONE company. However. instead of 165/80 R14 I went for 185/70 R14 Turanza. There was only a difference of Rs500 per tyre compared between the both. I thought 2k for Turanza with 20mm more width is worth the cost. After having driven almost worn out tyres from few months, the new tyres with extra width seems like butter. I am enjoying the drive. The ride quality is smooth, more grip on turnings. Have to explore as I use it more. Just wanted to update. Thank You for your inputs friends
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