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Hey Carnity folks, 

Need a bit of advice on tyres for Pajero. 

My Toyo tyres have finally been spent after 2.5 years and 60k kilometers. I've talked to a few people and they've said this is the standard time tyres run. However, i've been reading online and people say they have used tyres for longer. The guy who inspected my tyres said they had never been rotated which I was really shocked to hear as I've got my car serviced from Al Futtaim and they said they've been doing it every 10k. I just didn't know how to verify that tyres had been rotated. 

I want to get some recommendations for the best tyres for Pajero. I'm looking for All Terrain tyres (nothing specialist) that gives me reasonably support on highways and off-roading. I also wanted to understand how tread impacts the smoothness of the drive? What exactly should I look for? I went to Z Degree on ENOC and they were offering me Nitto and Yokohama at around 430 - 450 per tyre. I enquired prices at Autopro who said I could get Bridgestone for 520. 

I am looking for tyres that can give me at least 3 years, and also reduce some noise. Pajero itself is a noisy car and I would love if I can get tyres in around 2000 AED that reduce noise. The Toyo tyres became super noisy at the end specially with the vibration. Appreciate your recommendations guys! 

Hamza

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https://m.tirerack.com/tires/surveyresults/surveydisplay.jsp?type=HAS

 

This website is American but all the tyres have been independently tested, so it gives you a very good breakdown of each tyre. General grabber are currently on the new Pajero but the nexen RO-HTX RH5 is getting great reviews and is very reasonably priced here.

 

The previous owner of my car has Michelin put on, and they're an excellent highway tyre but expensive.

 

Did you use pitstop Arabia to search for prices?

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Hey thanks for the link will check this out. Nope I haven't used pitstop Arabia, will check it out. I think I read a good review of Nexen somewhere else on this forum as well. 

Are Michelin good for off-roading as well though? Or are they recommended only for smooth drives on roads?

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It depends on what type of off road driving you'll be doing, @Gaurav is the man you want to chat to about off road driving and tyres.

The link I posted rates every tyre on off-road but seeing as they're mainly highway tyres, they won't be fantastic.

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I was a pro Nitto Duragrappler user, but recently converted to Yokohama Geolanders ATS and am convinced it is best for both on road and off road use. Got it done from Future tires, they have a business listing on Carnity and offer great service at reasonable price.

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Hi @Rahimdad, would you recommend Yokohama over Bridgestone Dueler or BFGoodrich ATS? I got some recommendations from a tyre company to go for these 2 as both allow solid off roading experience plus reduces noise on driving as well. 

Also, does ATS stand for All Terrain? The guy at the tire company claimed BFGoodrich and bridgestone provides great off-roading plus highway experience, reducing noise significantly 

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Yokohama Geolanders ATS are quite on road and capable off road. I'm not sure about Bridgestone, but BF Goodrich are heavier. Yokos are made in Japan, and worth their price point. @Gaurav bhai who has switched his tires several times after loads of research has changed his Yokos for the second time which speaks loads for them.

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Also, although i like off-roading every now and then, exploring a lot of rocky areas, I'm not a every weekend offroader. So would ATS tyres really be needed for me? 

Future Tyres Trading, is it the shop in Al Quoz? 

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Thanks Rahim! I've already given the guy a call at Future Tyres I'm hoping I get some good tyres for my car! 

 

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