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      02-01-2024, 08:25 PM   #1
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All seasons?

2024 740i Xdrive with 21" wheels. Cannot find all season tires anywhere. Anyone found any? It's a lease so don't feel like spending on two sets of tires and wheels...
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www.discounttiredirect and www.tirerack.com

Are you saying if you did a search on either of the sites above that there are no all season tires in the sizes listed in your owners manual for the size wheels you have?

The tire inflation chart in your owners manual will list all the recommended tire sizes for the wheels offered on your BMW model.
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      02-06-2024, 07:09 PM   #3
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www.discounttiredirect and www.tirerack.com

Are you saying if you did a search on either of the sites above that there are no all season tires in the sizes listed in your owners manual for the size wheels you have?

The tire inflation chart in your owners manual will list all the recommended tire sizes for the wheels offered on your BMW model.
Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. I have 21" with M brakes. No all season tire options. In addition to the two you mentioned, I also searched on google and on specific tire companies' websites. I think I saw someone put DIFFERENT size than the spec tires and said it works fine, but I'm not interested in doing that. Any thoughts welcome. Thanks.
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What size 21" tires do you need? And are you only looking for run-flat tires or are you open to regular tires in the sizes you need that are all season?

If no one makes the sizes you're looking for in all season form...that is probably the reason you ran across sizes that are slightly different. That may not be all bad if the overall rolling circumference/diameter is within spec of the recommended sizes by BMW. Especially if that's the only way to get an all season tire.

You can use a site like www.willtheyfit.com to compare your existing wheel/tire combo to a new wheel/tire combo. You can insert info for each axle to compare the new vs old as well as compare both the front & rear axle to each other. Its your choice as to what wheel/tire combo you want to compare (same axle new vs old) or (front/rear axles to each other)
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      02-07-2024, 02:30 PM   #5
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I don't think they make all seasons tires for 21 inch rims. I had the same issue with my Audi S8. I even had a discussion with my BMW dealer when I placed my i7 order last month. He was telling me that the car looked allot better with the 21 in rims, I told him I agreed and I wanted the 21inch black rims, but I wanted the all season tires. He then looked on tire rack and came to the same conclusion, so I ordered the 20 inch bi-color wheels.
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Spoke with my dealer and ran another search. No all seasons for these 21" (run flat or non run flat). Personally I prefer non run flat but like I said - doesn't matter. Oh well, I guess this is a good lesson to learn for me. Thank you to all responders.
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Had to go with 21" winter tires

I could only find Pirelli Zero winter tires. I just had them removed as it's warming now, with no planned travel north.

I ended up putting 3800 miles on the winter tires. Was pleased with the performance, but did see a 10-12% decrease in fuel mileage.
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