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View my fuel log 2015 Mirage ES 1.2 automatic: 49.0 mpg (US) ... 20.8 km/L ... 4.8 L/100 km ... 58.8 mpg (Imp)
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If you're on a budget, I bought four Kenda Kinetica 175/65-14 tires for my car and it was $240.00 out the door. They're pretty good for a budget tire and they grip well in the snow.
View my fuel log 2015 Mirage DE 1.2 manual: 37.9 mpg (US) ... 16.1 km/L ... 6.2 L/100 km ... 45.5 mpg (Imp)
I got some 175/70/14 tires for my steel rims for $56 each at Mavis. I had to convince them it'd be alright. I have no clearance problems at all, wheels turn all th way and don't rub.
OK tire in canada has a 165 tire that is a four season tire, meaning it has a winter rating, and 80000 km warranty for around 90 CAD installed. I have no experience with OK tire but that isn't bad considering insurers have to give a discount for winter tires in Canada.
I've been shopping around for a couple cheap tires, one of mine popped so I have to replace at least two. I was going to get 4 175 tires from costco since their pirellis had a crazy warranty, but I am in the midst of maybe purchasing another house so I wanted to keep expenses down. I have also since been told by many tire guys that you can run 165 and 175 tires together without problem so long as the vehicle isn't all wheel drive, some cars even come from the factory with different sized on the front and back. So I don't really need to change all 4 anyways even if 175 was my only option.
Still shopping around so I will see if i can find something better, just wanted people to know that ok tire 100% stocks our tire size.