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Aeolus Tyres PrecisionAce AH01 175/65 R14 82H Tubeless

Aeolus PrecisionAce AH01

2,994
Size: 175/65 R14 82HType: Tubeless
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Aeolus Tyres GreenAce AG02 175/65 R14 82H Tubeless

Aeolus GreenAce AG02

2,994
Size: 175/65 R14 82HType: Tubeless
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JK Tyres UX ROYALE 175/65 R14 Tubeless

JK UX ROYALE

2,850
Size: 175/65 R14Type: Tubeless
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Goodyear Tyres GT3 175/65 R15 84T Tubeless

Goodyear GT3

3,400
Size: 175/65 R15 84TType: Tubeless
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Falken Tyres SINCERA SN835 175/65 R14 82H Tubeless

Falken SINCERA SN835

3,550
Size: 175/65 R14 82HType: Tubeless
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Apollo Tyres Amazer XL 175/65 R14 82T Tube

Apollo Amazer XL

3,550
Size: 175/65 R14 82TType: Tube
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MRF Tyres ZVTS 175/65 R14 82T Tubeless

MRF ZVTS

3,600
Size: 175/65 R14 82TType: Tubeless
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JK Tyres Vectra 175/65 R14 Tubeless

JK Vectra

3,600
Size: 175/65 R14Type: Tubeless
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MRF Tyres ZVTV 175/65 R14 82T Tubeless

MRF ZVTV

3,600
Size: 175/65 R14 82TType: Tubeless
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Joy Dasvia Facebook

I have a Honda brio automatic transmission. Need to change tyres. It's a self driven car. Please suggest me for best tyres.

Hello Joy,

You can begin with MRF ZV2K. It offers good traction and long tyre life. A better option however would be Goodyear Assurance Triplemax. This tyre offers superior handling and wet performance. Even the tyre life is good.

If you could stretch your budget more then go for Yokohama Earth-1 tyres. They come with solid construction  and are silica enriched. This helps in offering superior grip.

Top of the line options would be Bridgestone Turanza AR20 or Michelin Energy XM2. Michelins would offer the best ride comfort but would not be very durable over rough roads.

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jatin makkarvia Google

I have honda brio whose tyre dimension is 175 65 14 now i want to upgrade to 185/70R14. Should I go with 175/70R14? I want good stability but doesnt want to hamper the fuel economy and don't want to change the rims also ..please sugges
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Hi Jatin,

If you want to upsize then I will suggest you to go for 185/65R14 tyre size. This size will offer good braking and cornering performance without having much effect on the fuel efficiency. Also consider low-rolling resistance tyres like Bridgestone Ecopia for the best fuel efficiency. Just make sure that you keep the tyre pressure in check and you will have nothing to worry about. For more upsizing options you can use this tool- http://tyres.cardekho.com/tyre-upsize

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