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Recommended Summer Tires For 03 Is300?


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Hey forum

this is my first post on this forum. I have just purchased a used Lexus IS300 but I need to change the tires. I live in Toronto and I already have a set of winter tires (not doing the all-season thing). Any suggestions on tires? I am looking for a fresh, clean ride, opposed to a facing car. Mileage efficiency, quality and reliability are key things. Price isn't a concern. Any suggestions? Thanks

P.S. What is the size of the stock tires that come with the 2003 IS300? 215 45 16 or 215 45 17?

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Hey forum

this is my first post on this forum. I have just purchased a used Lexus IS300 but I need to change the tires. I live in Toronto and I already have a set of winter tires (not doing the all-season thing). Any suggestions on tires? I am looking for a fresh, clean ride, opposed to a facing car. Mileage efficiency, quality and reliability are key things. Price isn't a concern. Any suggestions? Thanks

P.S. What is the size of the stock tires that come with the 2003 IS300? 215 45 16 or 215 45 17?

Actaully I can get a really good price on Yokohama S4 all season high performance tires. Is this a good choice for me even if I'm only using them in the summer. Remember, I don't need the grip or anything

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Welcome to the LOC.

17's were stock on the 03. Michelin pilot's or the BFGoodrich Pole positions. Quiet, great tread, strong shoulders for quick turn response.

If you do a search on the forums you'll find tons of info. We have gone over this more than a few times. Especially in the wheels and tires forum.

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Welcome to the LOC.

17's were stock on the 03. Michelin pilot's or the BFGoodrich Pole positions. Quiet, great tread, strong shoulders for quick turn response.

If you do a search on the forums you'll find tons of info. We have gone over this more than a few times. Especially in the wheels and tires forum.

Thanks for the tip smooth. I'll look around the forum for more information.

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