A pitty one can't get the car delivered with " all season tires" from factory.
As I drive to Germany often I'll be needing a set of winter tires and an extra set of rims,this means changing the rims twice a year..
Or go for the "all season tires", but then I got a set of summer tires...left over...
Wich probably nobody wants...
Yeah it is a pain. But the michelins have many seperate tread parts that look ok for snow. Better than my falken 914s more radial pattern anyway. We rarely get white stuff here these days.
Also I dont want to get my oz alloys covered in salt and mud in the winter. So maybe I will just keep the 17s as they are and help me to relax when im unsure if its a puddle or a pothole im about to hit lol.
When i first posted this I was getting 650quid rota alloys I wouldnt be overly worried about. But found my all time favourites (oz ultraleggera) on ebay for £880 and now my feelings have changed ha ha.