Andy at Ross-Tech.com· Registered User
2021 ID.4 1st Blue - del. 3/16/21 sold 6/4/22
Finally!! Just went and tested it out and talked to an i3 owner.Nice! Also the EA in Binghamton looks to be open as of today! PlugShare - Find Electric Vehicle Charging Locations Near You
Free EA charging for any of your ID.4 customers. 😬
I currently have those same Hankook tires on my Jeep grand cherokee for the last 2 winters and they are great in the snow both hard packed and deep, and great on crazy CO 4wd offroading. They are very loud and will that will be more noticeable on an ID.4.A set of Hankooks are ready to go!
Yeah, it’ll be interesting to see how they fare on an EV. Do you think the ID.4 is a little bit better insulated than the Jeep? I’m holding on to that hope…I currently have those same Hankook tires on my Jeep grand cherokee for the last 2 winters and they are great in the snow both hard packed and deep, and great on crazy CO 4wd offroading. They are very loud and will that will be more noticeable on an ID.4.
No, my Jeep is very quiet with other tires.Do you think the ID.4 is a little bit better insulated than the Jeep?
No, my Jeep is very quiet with other tires.
That's a good price for a wheel+tire combo. The Enkei wheels would be much better in quality and performance than the AE.I can offer larger combo discounts on the tires in post #1. However, other tire options still allow me to beat Tire Rack's $80 pickup discount. If you'd rather not drive to Delaware or Connecticut to save money picking up your winter set, maybe I'm closer?
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My price: $1515.00 + tax
I've also been considering selling the mounted Hankook set as a "floor model" for an even greater discount to clear out some space and kick off the first sale. $1075.00 + tax, one time only. The black AE900s just went up in price by ~$10 a wheel, so this will be an unusually low price for a while.
If you're ever willing to trek out to Oneonta maybe I could be swayed... Glad this thread has been useful.Not so convenient to Boston, but I do appreciate all the information as I plan my snow tire purchase
If you choose same revolution tire per mile like the factory tires you have on ID4...there will be no need for recalibration.Total newbie when it comes to tires. I usually just get what Tirerack says fits and then look at CR and see what they recommend. So, this thread is great. My AWD is in route and I am thinking about getting winter tires installed as I have in the past with my Jetta. On the Jetta, there were never any issues, but I am not sure here anymore. The OE tires are staggered, but I don't think the ones you are selling are. Any problems with that? Also, are you willing to meet in Buffalo? I am going there from time to time.
Edit: will going to 18 inch tires require recalibration of the camera? Tire/wheel logic - any auto engineers here?