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  1. Tires, Wheels, and Suspension
    I've been getting my seasonal tire change at a shop since I got the car last fall with only one set of rims. I was told that it was impossible or imprudent to mount the second set of tires on rims to change them myself (like I did on 2013 Honda Fit) because of the TPMS. However, I was just...
  2. Hyundai IONIQ Electric (EV) ('17-'21)
    Hello, As the weather is changing here in Europe and we would like to have a little adventure and go to our skiing holiday with our electric ioniq 2019- model, we are looking into getting winter tires for our car, including rims. We are currently looking at second hand rims to reduce costs, the...
  3. Hyundai IONIQ Electric (EV) ('17-'21)
    Hey all, Does anyone know of the 2021 Ioniq EV (not the 5) still has a clearance issue with 15” rims due to the parking brake solenoid? I’m going to purchase a steel wheel and tire package for winter and wanted to to go down to a 195 width but to maintain speedo accuracy it seems I need to...
  4. Hyundai IONIQ Electric (EV) ('17-'21)
    Happy Fall all! So I’m heading into my first winter in the Northeast (US) and I know the stock tires will not cut it. I drive around 1800 miles/mo for work rain or shine so I’m going to go for snow tires. Has anyone experimented with going down to a 195 tire width to save on range? Also, anyone...
  5. Tires, Wheels, and Suspension
    The only place I can find OEM tires is the dealership (USA). Tire Kingdom US and Costco both said they are discontinued. I was warned about buying a discontinued tire, should I need to replace one in the future and they can't be found. How would I know if this tire is still being manufactured or...
  6. Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) ('17-'21)
    TLDR: Non-LRR Michelin Premier A/S tires have cost me 3-4miles of EV range and about 50-100miles in driving distance between refuels. I thought I would share my observations on the new tires I had to purchase for my Ioniq about a month ago. I had to replace my factory tires after ~30,000 miles...
  7. Hyundai IONIQ General Discussion
    The owner manual for my 2017 Ioniq Hybrid Limited says not to use snow chains with the aluminum alloy wheels, which is what the Limited has. California can require chains on mountain roads, so I’m looking for advice on what to do to comply but not damage the Ioniq. Anyone actually used chains on...
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