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Bros and Sisters ,

The tyres on my family's Vellfire can only last for a few 1000kms more.. Looking at knowing which one swee for it.. I believe should not really save on tyres so these are my choices.. Currently running on stock Toyo Transpath R30 235/50/R18..

I know the above have pros and cons..

Please recommend any others suitable.. Thanks.. laugh.giflaugh.gif

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M.P.V. get something good grip & quiet,Pilot Super Sport,i think is the best.

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Bros and Sisters ,

 

The tyres on my family's Vellfire can only last for a few 1000kms more.. Looking at knowing which one swee for it.. I believe should not really save on tyres so these are my choices.. Currently running on stock Toyo Transpath R30 235/50/R18..

 

I know the above have pros and cons..

 

Please recommend any others suitable.. Thanks.. [laugh] [laugh]

 

 

Michelin PSS or BS S001

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Michelin PSS or BS S001

I am really keen on the PSS.. But I dont know can tahan long or not.. My Camry's previous PS3 lasted for 35-40k km.. Hope this one also same.. Hmmm..

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M.P.V. get something good grip & quiet,Pilot Super Sport,i think is the best.

Thats why I am really looking at it...

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PSS expensive but good. CSC5 no comment never use before. Dont go with the Dunlop, had near death experience with it.

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I am really keen on the PSS.. But I dont know can tahan long or not.. My Camry's previous PS3 lasted for 35-40k km.. Hope this one also same.. Hmmm..

Your M.P.V. is nearly 2 tons with 4 persons inside,cannot expect such long life,anyway P.S.S.'s treadwear is i think 300[can anybody comfirmed it.?]

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Your M.P.V. is nearly 2 tons with 4 persons inside,cannot expect such long life,anyway P.S.S.'s treadwear is i think 300[can anybody comfirmed it.?]

 

 

Yes, it's 300 AA A if didn't remember wrongly. Just saw this size earlier this morning

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Go for CSC 5, no regrets. Price slightly high but good grip n very quiet tire.

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Go for CSC 5, no regrets. Price slightly high but good grip n very quiet tire.

 

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Can I know what car u driving and yr style f driving? I runs a 300+hp rear wheel drive and the csc5 in the wet is nothing compare to PSS ....not even close to PS3!

 

Noise level Michelin is still better after 20k vs CSC....

 

Btw, I'm a fast driver.....so Rear Wheel drive + fast driving = Tyres truly tested to its limit!

 

Never will waste money on Conti Tyres anymore....been CSC 3 upto 5.....

 

The only concern is the new Michelin are all made in Asian factory not from Europe anymore!!!!

 

Go for CSC 5, no regrets. Price slightly high but good grip n very quiet tire.

 

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am on 245/35 R19 PSS for the past 6 months. go for the PSS, worth every single cent spent!!! you will appreciate it most when you drive in wet!!!! even at 245 width, cut through pond on water is never an issue for my case!!!! however, dun expect it to last long.... am not a chiongster for sure, but sign of wearing had surfaced on all 4 corners.....

 

compare to my previous 235/45 R17, this lower profile tire is much more comfortable with equal if not better road holding capability than my previous dunlop SP. it cost premium no doubt, but sure well worth it!!

 

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am on 245/35 R19 PSS for the past 6 months. go for the PSS, worth every single cent spent!!! you will appreciate it most when you drive in wet!!!! even at 245 width, cut through pond on water is never an issue for my case!!!! however, dun expect it to last long.... am not a chiongster for sure, but sign of wearing had surfaced on all 4 corners.....

 

compare to my previous 235/45 R17, this lower profile tire is much more comfortable with equal if not better road holding capability than my previous dunlop SP. it cost premium no doubt, but sure well worth it!!

Thinking of Bridgestone RE-11,any comments.?I heard this tyre has good grip,but it is heavier & noiser.

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Your M.P.V. is nearly 2 tons with 4 persons inside,cannot expect such long life,anyway P.S.S.'s treadwear is i think 300[can anybody comfirmed it.?]

I expecting around 35k km.

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am on 245/35 R19 PSS for the past 6 months. go for the PSS, worth every single cent spent!!! you will appreciate it most when you drive in wet!!!! even at 245 width, cut through pond on water is never an issue for my case!!!! however, dun expect it to last long.... am not a chiongster for sure, but sign of wearing had surfaced on all 4 corners.....

 

compare to my previous 235/45 R17, this lower profile tire is much more comfortable with equal if not better road holding capability than my previous dunlop SP. it cost premium no doubt, but sure well worth it!!

Hmmmmm.. Sure bro.. Heard a lot of good reviews about it also.. But one review said that P Zero is the best.. Is it true?

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If money is not a problem, PSS cannot go wrong

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