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.


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

Tom Demyan

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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