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There are a couple different tire sized on this car, which size do you have?
What type of winter tire do you need? DO you drive in snow and ice?
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I recommend you purchase a second set of wheels and tire sensors for this car as it can be a pain to switch around every season otherwise.
I would recommend either a Bridgestone Blizzak or a Michelin X-ICE tire here then. These are both good ice and snow tires, but yes they are both winter tires and with the stiff suspension on this car and the solid rear axle they will be a little noisey and rough at higher speeds, it's hard to find a good balance of traction verses noise in the winter unfornutely.
Thank you. Sorry I had to go to bed.. Couldn't follow up!
I find this car a little noisy (a little disappointed on this level actually) So, The extra noise generated by the winter tires. Is there someway of attenuating it inside the car? Example Blankets? Pillows?! Cork??!!