Tire Size

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Asked by May 02, 2016 at 07:00 AM about the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Car Customization

The car came with a tire size 185/60 R14 and it says on the user's manual the maximum tire size for it is 185/55 R15. But I don't like that, I'm thinking of getting 195/55 R15. Would this be a problem?

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Stock tire size for your car is 185/60R14, so 185/55 R15 would be a better choice if your jumping up to 15" wheels

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But I have seen several cars especially Aveo 2010 has 195/55 R15, so that's why it popped in my head to do just like that model. Can this upgrade be a problem for stability and car movement, etc. ?

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If the overall diameter is the same using a "plus 1" and gaining 10cm in width is not an issue.Check with a TIRE vendor they can advise.

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