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      10-24-2009, 06:04 PM   #1
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19 inch multi spoke wheels:

I ordered my 750 xi 2010 car with 19 inch multi spoke wheels, dealer told me that with these wheels, you have to compromise on snow and rain. I want to know people's experience with these wheels. Is regular deriving is better with these wheels and how is the comfort of the ride with 19" wheels?

PS: I hate the look of the car with regular wheels.

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      10-25-2009, 03:35 PM   #2
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I have a 2010 750 xi sitting at the port with 20 inch performance tires that come with the individual package. Now I bought the car for rain and snow in New England and I had no choice if I wanted the interior, which I did. Did I mention that the tires are also susceptible to damage due to bad roads. I use the car in NYC too!! I don't know what BMW is thinking but they should allow me the all season tires if I want them. I guess they did this when the X5 came out and changed there policy a year latter. Really looking forward to changing tires twice a year, WHAT A PAIN!!!
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