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Kia Stinger Tire Options

StingerMike

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From the looks for various photos it looks like the Kia Stinger will have three tire options. Perhaps one is Euro-Spec and the other is for North America.

Kia Stinger Tire Sizes:
  • P225/45R18
  • P225/45R18
  • P225/40R19
  • P255/35R19

First option, Michelin Pilot Sport 4 225/40/R19 & 255/35/ZR19



Second option, Continental ContiSportContact 225/40/ZR19




Third option, Bridgestone Potenza RE97AS-02 225/45/R18 & 225/50/R17
 
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Various options include Bridgestone, Continental, and Michelin.

The Michelins will be the 19" performance tire for the GT. Their new Pilot Sport 4 tires. (Not Pilot Sport 4S)
 
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If we end up getting the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 they are going to be costly to replace. Tirerack shows them to cost $1k for four tires.
 

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If we end up getting the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 they are going to be costly to replace. Tirerack shows them to cost $1k for four tires.
In the performance world, $1k is normal, if not cheap. I replaced 4 Nitto Invo's on my C6 which were 265/35/ZR19 and 305/30/ZR20. I won't even say the price but what a nightmare. Consider us lucky for indulging ourselves into a Kia that has buyer's wallets considered.
 
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In the performance world, $1k is normal, if not cheap. I replaced 4 Nitto Invo's on my C6 which were 265/35/ZR19 and 305/30/ZR20. I won't even say the price but what a nightmare. Consider us lucky for indulging ourselves into a Kia that has buyer's wallets considered.
You're right $1k isn't bad as long as the tires can last around 30,000 miles. I think with my lead foot it will be closer to 25,000 miles.
 

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You're right $1k isn't bad as long as the tires can last around 30,000 miles. I think with my lead foot it will be closer to 25,000 miles.
Sounds like we'll have the same issue. I'm guessing you won't have a problem with that because of the smiles it will put on our faces
 

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