It's not a coincidence. I guess I like what I like.The wheels kinda match those on the GTI. Nice!
Nice!I'll be a dork and reply to my own thread. I was able to test out my winter set this morning in the Denver area. The combo of extra weight for the AWD system, the AWD system itself and snow tires combined to be pretty impressive when pushing the car on hill starts, turns and braking. I'm sure other AWD set ups with snow tires result in something similar, but it's the most secure I've ever felt. The only improvement would be in a car or wagon with a lower center of gravity. Before this experience, the best snow car I ever had was a 2020 A4 Quattro, which weighed almost as much as the Taos.
Haha, yeah I remember that post. That's why they have a mileage limit for running on the spare. Not because it will wear out, but because the car really doesn't like it!I could really use snow tires but after the sh!t show with the flat i got and when i used the spare THEY GIVE YOU, it takes ever system out on the car and you can hear the transmission and rear freaking out. i wouldnt want to run anything but the original size
Looks nice.These are my winter wheels. Borbet Type RE 17X7.5 with a 48mm offset. I have a set of 18" Borbet Type W for summer. View attachment 1494