what optional tire sizes fit a 2000 toyota camry LE?
The 2000 Camry LE came stock from the factory with P205/65R15. So that tire you listed is just a little bit 'taller' on the aspect ratio, height of sidewall. You should have no problems. For each turn of the wheel you are moving a tiny bit farther than the wheel speed sensors 'think' but it is not much difference.
Although the OEM size is: 205/65-15, There shouldn't be a problem substituting with the 205/70-15, just a small difference in sidewall height...and they can be purchased for your car on tirerack.com. Your tire installer can confirm this information, of course.
I think we were typing at the same time Racer. well at least we agree..Good morning ..the difference is 5mm or 0.19 inches,
Unless you stick to the size specified on the door jamb, the geometry of the handling will be affected~
With the larger tire, when your speedometer reads 60 mph, you are actually traveling at 61.9 mph. Use this tire size calculator to see how different sizes effect your car -- http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
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