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I recently bought Nissan Qashqai Tekna CVT 2-litre petrol with 2500 miles on the clock. Unfortunately I made the grave error of testing it only on the flat level surface of a dual carriageway. I have a...
Four times in the last few weeks, I have had to point out to women driving small FWD cars with 40 per cent profile tyres that they were running with a flat rear tyre, of which they were quite unaware....
In the past few days my wife and I have taken delivery of two new Ford cars: a Focus Estate and a B-Max; both are to Titanium X specification. Both cars have many attributes with which we are delighted....
I used to drive a Mercedes-Benz E320CDI Avantgarde Estate but I had de-specified the tyres/suspension to the Elegance settings. It rolled slightly through corners but absorbed potholes beautifully and...
I bought a 2006 Honda CRV 2.0i EX last year. It's been brilliant so far, but one little aesthetic thing bothers me: the wheels (original 16-inch alloys with 205/65 tyres) just look too small for such a...
We have a problem with what I consider to be excessive tyre noise inside our two cars. One is a two-year-old 1.4 TSI Golf running on Dunlop 205/55R16 SP Sport Fastresponse tyres. The other is a four-year-old...
I have just had my Peugeot 3008 serviced and have been advised that the two front tyres need replacing. The car is one year old and has covered 12,500 miles. I purchased it in September 2012 and it had...
Changing my Volvo V70's winter 16-inch steel rims and Cooper ‘WeatherMaster Snow’ 205/55 R16 tyres back to the factory 17-inch alloy rims with Pirelli P6000 225/50 R17 tyres for the third year annual changeover,...
I bought my Vauxhall Astra GTC new on the launch date. Its 19-inch wheels needed new front tyres at six months. The supplying dealer was unable to obtain tyres for the car due to the peculiar size of 235/45R19...
My Skoda Superb SE is spoiled by hard ride on 17-inch wheels with 225/45 tyres. I've been advised to go for 225/50 tyres. Is this a good idea?
 

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