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      Quote Originally Posted by Racer_Boy View Post
      Need to get my 2014 Honda City Diesel tyres changed to 195/60R15.Considering Yokohama Earth 1,S-Drives and Conti MC5.Thinking to move away from Michelins as I had it in our previous Swift and Vento but life of Michelin P3ST on Vento was good even after doing 70K Kms on those till we sold it off last year and its way expensive at Rs.6000 and Rs.6300 per tyre but Yoko Earth 1 costs me Rs.5000 per tyre,S-Drives costs me Rs.5200 and MC5 costs me Rs.5400.Stock tyres on my City is Michelin XM1 175/65R15 and did 48000 Kms+ on it(35000 Kms was done by previous owner and 13000 Kms did by us in 6.5 months).
      Did you check whether Conti CC5 comes in 195/60 R15 size? I'm not sure about MC5 but CC5 is good as allround.

      Yoko Earth 1 is almost same as Michelin XM2. You can go with the either and expect similar performance and the likes of your existing XM1.

      Yoko S-Drives is a sports performance tyre. It will have better grip, cornering, comfort and etc but noise level will be little higher then Earth 1, XM2.
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      Stock Michelins were the best for NVH
      I upsized to 185 on stock alloys- Bridgestone
      Went for bridgestone after good experience on our CRV and Innova but only because they are slightly tougher compound than the stock Michelins
      Its been around 2 years and 14k km now , mostly good touch wood

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      Recently, I changed tyres on my City from Michelin P3ST to Comforser (Chinese brand). Its incredible value at Rs 3600 per tyre for 205/55 R15 size. Its a pretty good comfort tyre with low road noise and decent grip.

      Only issue I saw is under braking from more than 140 km/h. For slower drivers, it is a very good VFM option.
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      For higher GC you can consider 185/65 R15. I have seen amaze with 185/65 and on internet you can find lot of people go from 175/65 to 185/65 due to added GC increase. Personally I would go for 195/60.

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      Quote Originally Posted by KimiRaikkonen View Post
      For higher GC you can consider 185/65 R15. I have seen amaze with 185/65 and on internet you can find lot of people go from 175/65 to 185/65 due to added GC increase. Personally I would go for 195/60.
      I myself upsized to 185
      195 would have required different alloys and my local tyre guy said it would make the steering much heavier so 185 was appropriate

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      Quote Originally Posted by CRACING View Post
      Did you check whether Conti CC5 comes in 195/60 R15 size? I'm not sure about MC5 but CC5 is good as allround.

      Yoko Earth 1 is almost same as Michelin XM2. You can go with the either and expect similar performance and the likes of your existing XM1.

      Yoko S-Drives is a sports performance tyre. It will have better grip, cornering, comfort and etc but noise level will be little higher then Earth 1, XM2.
      No,CC5 doesn't come in 195/60.At the budget of Rs.25k,thinking to get her a set of Yoko Earth 1 or Conti MC5 195/60 and get her alloys painted and get some necessary accessories for her.
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      Got her tyres changed to 195/60R15 Yokohama S-Drives today.
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