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HI there, wheel/tyre question/advice 2 weeks 6 days ago #1

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Hi all,

Just registered as I've recently bought a 2015 Renault Kadjar 1.5 dCi 110 Dynamique S Nav and I'm really happy with it in the main.

My question is I'm a little unhappy with the ride over uneven roads with the ride being very rough sometimes. I have the 19in alloys fitted with the 225/45R 19 INCH CONTINENTAL.

The dealer did mention I could look at swapping out for the Kadjar 17in but I'm not a big fan of the look.

Could I get a more comfortable ride with just different tyres on my existing 19in alloys?

Really don't know what way to jump but on UK roads I have to do something.

Any help greatly appreciated, many thanks.

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Re:HI there, wheel/tyre question/advice 2 weeks 5 days ago #2

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The dealer was right :)

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1.6 dCI, 2WD, Zen+ , Retractable Tow Bar.
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HI there, wheel/tyre question/advice 2 weeks 5 days ago #3

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kadjartour99 wrote: Hi all,

Could I get a more comfortable ride with just different tyres on my existing 19in alloys?

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You could do this, but, it will cause errors with the speedometer and mileage,

Wheels and tyres are set to a rolling radius.

As the dealer says, swapping to 18's or 17s is the route to go. Plenty of aftermarket options if you don't like the Renault/Nissan offerings in those sizes.
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Fraser


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HI there, wheel/tyre question/advice 2 weeks 2 days ago #4

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Thanks all. Its annoying having just got the car to now have to consider changing the wheels, oh well, lesson learned.

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