I am interested a 2013/14 Chrysler 300, the base model is tire is 215/65 R17 the 300C 235/55HR19. A lot of these "bigger"newer cars have thinner tires. Does it hurt or help depending if you live inside or outside the bigger cities?Thanks for your help.

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Asked by Dec 25, 2013 at 02:55 AM

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Trying to get a car before the year end sales are over.

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I'd go after a 2013 leftover. You'll get a better deal because with the '14s out they'll be more anxious to get rid of the '13s. That's what I did. I bought my '93 Caprice in October of '93. The '94s were already out so I got rebates and other discounts. Sticker price was $20,150 and I got the car for $16,299. As for the tires I'd look at the smaller 17 inch ones. When it comes time to replace them it'll be cheaper than the 19 inch ones. HTH. -Jim

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I wouldn't be so concerned about "thinner" tires as opposed to replacing 19" tires vs 17" tires in cost. Plus all that year end deal stuff is just hype to sell you a vehicle. You can usually get the same deal or better as time goes on.

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