that is what I am planning to do, only I am going with summer/summer. I figured we get cold winters about 1 every 5 years here in NVA with one heavy snowfall and for that I can hop on the X5 or ride the Metro. The way I drive I would need two sets of summer non-RFT and then I will slap on the OEM tires for turn in. I am probably not going to buy rims.
Originally Posted by rtgirard
I'm mulling over the tire question and wondering this:
Since this is a lease, do you think it makes sense to get the all-seasons now, run my winters this coming cold season, mount summers on the OEM wheels next spring and save the all-seasons for near lease turn-in?
2014 X3 35i Dynamic Handling Package| Cold Weather Package | NAV | Premium hi-fi system | Driver Assistance Package.
2013 335i Sportline | M-adaptive | HK | NAV | PDC | Heated Front seats |6-speed MT.
2011 X5 35d Great SUV gone
2009 C350 Mercedes Gone 7-31-2012, good car but boooooooooring.
2008 X5 4.8i - Turned in 1/24/11 They created the Lemon law because of this SUV.