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With some sadness... 5 days 9 hours ago #19

  • Roxy1234
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225/45/19 and 215/60/17 are standard size on the kadjar.. so both the same had tmps fitted so system works straight away. A local firm did the refurb at a cost of £150 and the wheels cost £100 as they we’re tatty..

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With some sadness... 5 days 8 hours ago #20

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I also have winter and summer set, 19 inch only, both on its own alloy rims. I got winter set as a part of a deal when bought new Kadjar. Continental WinterSport TS 830. When I bought rims, there was a few euros difference between 17 and 19 dimensions, literally. Winter set is still good for this season, for summer I bought 4 new Uniroyal tires in March, 130€ piece.
After 4 years I have 83000 km on clock, meaning around 40000 km with each set... even not expensive in 4 years period. Riding with 19 inch is far more dynamic than with 17 inch. If I need terrain capability I would certainly go for 16 inch 215/65 tires on steal rims...
2016 White 1.6 dCi 4WD BOSE with Premium Techno Pack, Winter Pack, Panoramic glass roof & autodipp mirror and retractable towbar.
R-Link2 V1 upgraded to 3.3.16.961, Boot version 4992, enabled Android Auto
Maps: Here 2018.3

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With some sadness... 5 days 7 hours ago #21

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Thanks everyone for the advice, gives me plenty to go back to the dealer with when I'm next in.

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