Right now I've got 195/60/15 snow tires on it (used from previous winter car) that are a little too big even though I rolled the fenders last week to clear them better. I'd be running a 195/50/15 if I were choosing a size. I did think about replacing them with stock, but I'm so used to just running performance bushings. This is the first car I've had trouble finding them for.
I tried to order those Siberian ones, but you can only wire/bank transfer money to them because of sanctions the US has in place right now.
Mohammad, I promise those bushings make a huge difference in anything that is being put around corners fast. My primary track car has been destroying polyurethane bushings each season, so I finally converted them to bearings last year that allow no flexing at all. Totally awesome for the track, but I'd stick to poly for what my Mirage is used for.
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View my fuel log 2014 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 28.7 mpg (US) ... 12.2 km/L ... 8.2 L/100 km ... 34.4 mpg (Imp)