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Old 01-23-2019, 06:52 PM
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Getting ready to order a '19, trying to decide between 21 and 22's and see the 21's are nearly all coming with these tires...never been a Pirelli fan and the reviews on the tire rack are quite poor due to excesive noise. Only other option for us is the 22's which come with Hankooks but they arent well rated due to excessiveapid wear.
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Who's Q7 came with the 21" Pirelli All Seasons? Mine

So far quite pleased with them. I don't think they're noisy at all.
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Who's Q7 came with the 21" Pirelli All Seasons? Mine

So far quite pleased with them. I don't think they're noisy at all.
Wow, very good to hear this. How many miles thus far?
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Who's Q7 came with the 21" Pirelli All Seasons? Mine

So far quite pleased with them. I don't think they're noisy at all.
I would agree with this, very quiet so far, although mine have all but 100 miles on them. So too early to tell.
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I would agree with this, very quiet so far, although mine have all but 100 miles on them. So too early to tell.
Any regrets you didnt go with the 22's especially since you got adaptive chasis?
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Mine - came with BOP. Haven't noticed any more noise than the 20s on my previous X5, in fact the cabin is remarkably quiet. May have something to do with being non-run flat, but so far pleased with tires - over 9k miles now, and no abnormal wear, also seem to handle pretty well in our local snow.
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Also, I'm debating whether or not I'll buy a separate set of wheels and winter tires. A quick search of what's available on Tire Rack shows:

> My No. 1 choice - Michelin X-Ice Latitude XI2 in size 255/55R19 - is out of stock. Going larger and wider hurts snow and ice traction, stopping and overall winter performance.
> But going with 19" wheels obviously hurts from an appearance standpoint. But it is what it is. For the winter season I've always purchased the cheapest aluminum wheels available that still look good. For the true bargains available right now, Tire Rack appears to be pretty picked over.
> Given the above, and since we're already halfway through winter, I'm going to stay with the 21" stock wheels and Pirelli all-seasons. We'll see how they do in our next snowstorm.
> Tempting to buy just one wheel/winter tire, for the time being, to use as a spare. It would be comforting to know that three more of the same wheels and tires will be available for sale come next fall.
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Any regrets you didnt go with the 22's especially since you got adaptive chasis?
No, I think the 21's are the perfect compromise for looks/performance, cost and ride quality,
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My 21's non bop came GY F1's summer tires and we luv them 15k plenty of tread and low noise plus they handle well...we're in FL so noreal need for AS's but only way to get summer tires now is with the 22's...wifey (her vehicle) feels the 22's + the bop is a bit too aggressive for her but she'd take either.
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Mine - came with BOP. Haven't noticed any more noise than the 20s on my previous X5, in fact the cabin is remarkably quiet. May have something to do with being non-run flat, but so far pleased with tires - over 9k miles now, and no abnormal wear, also seem to handle pretty well in our local snow.
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i assume the x5 had run flats?
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