I have a coworker looking to sell their 195/60/R15 winter tires with about 10000 km on them. Based on some internet searching it looks like these would be about a 2% difference on the speedometer, which is fine, but can someone who knows more about tires confirm that these would fit on the stock rims of an SV? I bought alloy rims for the stock all-seasons so I will be using the stock rims for winter.
Decided to pass on the winter tires, will look again in September.
I got my Ixion IX001 rims installed today. They definitely improve the look of the car IMO (the photo doesn't really do them justice). Just waiting for some Nissan logo center cap stickers to finish off the look. Got them at CanadaWheels.ca
Also, and this applies to everyone on here, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org when you're looking for new wheels and tires, mention you were referred by me on this forum and I'll see what kind of hookups I can provide!
Sure, share away. Wish I could have washed the car but didn't have time so it is a bit dirty as I live in a construction zone right now.
I am headed away on vacation shortly to cottage country and I don't have a Facebook account, so that won't be happening anytime soon. Besides, keeping the car clean is a losing battle when you have to drive on dirty/dusty roads just to get home. Hopefully they will be doing a final pave on our street before winter hits.
Feel free to post the one I took.
My March / Micra 2016 with a Mini Copper wheels 17" offset 48 and tires Barum Bravuris 2 215/45 R17
First 600 miles and everything was perfect, 200 miles dry, 300 raining and 100 mountain highway.
Last edited by eskiabraham; 11-16-2015 at 08:14 PM. Reason: adding photos
Looking forward to the photos, eskiabraham.
And welcome to the forum!
View my fuel log 2015 Micra S manual: 5.0 L/100 km ... 56.5 mpg (Imp) ... 20.0 km/L ... 47.0 mpg (US) ...