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Thread: Best tyre for Fiat Linea

                  
   
   
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    Best tyre for Fiat Linea

    My Linea MJD is about a year and a half old and recorded a 45K; The other day on my way home from the office I ventured into a tire dealer, the guy at the dealership threw a large concoction of brand ideas for my stock 195/60 R15 alloys. This has confused my thought process and the disabled. The list reads - Apollo, Bridgestone, Michelin and Yokohama. In all the years I have changed my car before the tire demanded a change, but this time I have the intention to keep my Linea until the clocks 100K.

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    Go with Michelin Primacy LC. I have them in my Linea that has come @ 13K. Ride quality is amazing. My friend has a Linea on the stock rubbers, trust me the difference worth the price difference. The car slides. The road noise and comfort is Improve as well. The downside: Softer side walls and probably slightly lesser life. Another option is CPC2.

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    Continental Premium Contact CPC2 = 2, which is one grade below Michelin in terms of road noise and comfort. A step above in terms of lower price than Michelin and durability. This makes them more suitable for " Indian conditions" as they put it. I wanted the lowest tyre noise and limited to a budget of @ 5k per tire. Michelin provides such an option in the primate LC.

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    I would also suggest you take a look at Yokohama C-drives. They are comfort oriented tyres and provide sufficient grip as well.

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    You must go for Bridgestone with 195/65R15 tyre size and I think Goodyear GT3 tyre is also good and are long lasting.

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