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post #1 of 16 Old 06-20-2014, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Wheel and Tire Sizes?

What can we expect wheel and tire sizes to be like for the various Chrysler 100 models? Could they be very similar to what's available on the Chrysler 200?
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I'm thinking that 16" or 17" will be the standard. Probably some more options of 18" if you are willing to put down the money.
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that does sound just about right
18's would be cool to have.
now i just wonder what wheel designs they will come up with for this new model, i'd like to see some concave designs
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post #4 of 16 Old 06-29-2014, 10:37 AM
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well what are the wheel options on the dart? I expect the 100 to go a size up to promote the luxury feel...
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Well going up a size not always equates to more of a luxury feel, it does to a point when it comes to style but at the same time it can't be big enough that it requires a lower profile tire which can make ride quality on a luxury vehicle less that what it should be.
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post #6 of 16 Old 07-05-2014, 10:18 PM
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i just hope it doesn't come with odd size tires since prices for those tires are usually higher in price.
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i just hope it doesn't come with odd size tires since prices for those tires are usually higher in price.
that won't really be much of an issue, the stock wheel and tire setup will be good for most, even those that will be driving this car in winter.
years down the road owners will eventually need to change tires.
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post #8 of 16 Old 07-13-2014, 02:19 PM
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I don't think that Chrysler will offer concave designs. That seems out of the 100's price range. I think that the rims will be pretty standard. Nothing to get too excited about.
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Well going up a size not always equates to more of a luxury feel, it does to a point when it comes to style but at the same time it can't be big enough that it requires a lower profile tire which can make ride quality on a luxury vehicle less that what it should be.
low pro/large wheel is the definition of luxury now a days. Outside of the lux SUV's you're going to be hard pressed to find something from BMW/Merc/Audi that runs a really thick aspect...
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That is true but when it comes to a brand like this that's boarderline luxury it can get it, especially in a high trim, just not as likely as say a chrysler 300
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