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Old 06-24-2014, 06:58 AM
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Tire Recommendations?

For my 2013 X3 28i M Sport-

Got less than 25,000 miles from the OEM Goodyears run flats. Average in snow. Won't buy them again. Looking at these:

Primacy MXM4 ZP(Grand Touring All-Season)

What do you think? Any other run flats you like? Any other non-run flats you like?
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Old 06-24-2014, 07:39 AM
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For my 2013 X3 28i M Sport-

Got less than 25,000 miles from the OEM Goodyears run flats. Average in snow. Won't buy them again. Looking at these:

Primacy MXM4 ZP(Grand Touring All-Season)

What do you think? Any other run flats you like? Any other non-run flats you like?
I just ordered a set of of the MXM4 ZP tires for our 2011 X3 35i. Having them installed tomorrow. Ours are 245/45-19, square setup.

I wanted to stay with RFTs and All Seasons. Of the 5 choices shown on Tirerack, I went with Gary's recommendation for the Michelins.

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Old 06-24-2014, 10:15 AM
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I really like the bridgestone pole position Potenza RE960AS. I had a set mounted a few weeks ago. a huge improvement over the 18" Continental RFT's that I replaced.
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Old 06-24-2014, 04:58 PM
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I agree- the original Pirelli's lasted 34k miles, the Potenzas have13k on them w no virtually no hint of wear.
The tire shop where I bought them, very reputable, recommends front to back same side rotation every 5k miles, and does it for free. They also fix flats free even if you didn't buy the tires there. Fixed an original run flat puncture. BMW of course said no fixes on run flats- new tire(s) only.
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Old 06-25-2014, 04:12 PM
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fjrmann, suvguy,

Do you by chance have 18" wheels? The Potenza RE960AS RFTs in the 18" size have the same load rating as the OEM tires according to Tirerack.

I have a set of those Potenzas on my 3 series and like them a lot. I was going to consider them for our X3 but the load rating in the 19" size is lower than the OEM tires so I shied away.

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Old 06-25-2014, 05:45 PM
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I do have 18' wheels
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Old 06-26-2014, 06:29 AM
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I really like the bridgestone pole position Potenza RE960AS. I had a set mounted a few weeks ago. a huge improvement over the 18" Continental RFT's that I replaced.
Same here. Alhough I replaced the Goodyears (which only lasted about 25k and didnt do well in the snow... so similar story to above). The Bridgestones have a better ride, although they might be a bit noisier.
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Old 06-26-2014, 08:41 AM
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Old 06-26-2014, 10:27 AM
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I have 19's and ditched the run flats and went with Continental Extreme DWS and love them. Ride is so much better with them and they are wearing much better than the Goodyear LS2's.
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Old 06-27-2014, 08:47 PM
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Thanks everyone! Thinking of trying the Michelins.
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Old 06-28-2014, 06:09 AM
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Those Primacy are nice AS tires.
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I have 19's and ditched the run flats and went with Continental Extreme DWS and love them. Ride is so much better with them and they are wearing much better than the Goodyear LS2's.
I had DWS in 1 of my cars it was def great tire!

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Thanks everyone! Going to try the Michelins. Will report back.
How is it going with the new tires?

Will Tire/Wheel insurance cover my tires if I get rid of the Goodyear LS2 ?
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Old 08-09-2014, 08:36 PM
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I had DWS in 1 of my cars it was def great tire!


How is it going with the new tires?

Will Tire/Wheel insurance cover my tires if I get rid of the Goodyear LS2 ?
Didn't get new tires yet.

Insurance carrys over as far as I know.
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Extreme contact DWS. When our X3 is ready for new, that's what I'll get. Had them on our 535 and loved them.
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Summer Tires- in the BMW parts database

Hi u all,


Here is the BMW original recommended summer tires. These are in the different version/sizes with focus on 245/50R18 W/Y

Dunlop SP Sport Maxx GT ROF
Pirelli Cinturato P7 r-f
Pirelli P Zero r-f
Continental SportContact 3 SSR
Goodyear Excellence ROF
Michelin Primacy 3 ZP

I found even non ROF, which can be orded for the 2015 X3 F25 LCI (see the print screen)
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Nice review on Tirerack from a guy in Michigan who has Pirelli P7's on his awd 330i GT BMW. He said they did well in snow, wet and dry this past season.

Any Pirelli P7 fans here?

So far, Michelin MXM4, Continental DWS, and Bridgestone 960 are the ones people here like for their X3. The X3 is my wife's car so I can't put non-run flats on her vehicle; so the DWS's are out for me.

Best in snow may be the way to go for me- with All Seasons. Not going for 2 sets of tires.

No one here likes their OEM Goodyear LS2's.


Edit: Bridgestone 960s have a 98 weight load rating- not good since our X3s need tires with a 102 rating. Could cause tires to wear quite quickly; longevity is a big reason I don't like the Goodyear LS2's- and poor snow traction. MXM4s and P7s both have a 102 rating- negative is that they have a speed rating of H; fine for me since I may need to compromise on dry/wet for better snow handling. 1 more All Season run flat I noticed on the tirerack website are the Continental ProContact GX SSRs. Anyone like those? In September, Costco will have a $70 coupon for set of Michelin tires.
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Nice review on Tirerack from a guy in Michigan who has Pirelli P7's on his awd 330i GT BMW. He said they did well in snow, wet and dry this past season.

Any Pirelli P7 fans here?

So far, Michelin MXM4, Continental DWS, and Bridgestone 960 are the ones people here like for their X3. The X3 is my wife's car so I can't put non-run flats on her vehicle; so the DWS's are out for me.

Best in snow may be the way to go for me- with All Seasons. Not going for 2 sets of tires.

No one here likes their OEM Goodyear LS2's.


Edit: Bridgestone 960s have a 98 weight load rating- not good since our X3s need tires with a 102 rating. Could cause tires to wear quite quickly; longevity is a big reason I don't like the Goodyear LS2's- and poor snow traction. MXM4s and P7s both have a 102 rating- negative is that they have a speed rating of H; fine for me since I may need to compromise on dry/wet for better snow handling. 1 more All Season run flat I noticed on the tirerack website are the Continental ProContact GX SSRs. Anyone like those?


I believe he has OEM and in the snow (with plenty of tread) I'm guessing
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We don't know which tires they have. Even if we have GY LS2s as our OEMs it doesn't necessarily mean the guy in the video does.
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I have ls2's right now and they are terrible. They exceed their handling limits almost immediately - brake quickly and tires are chirping or skidding. I feel that they lack even the most essential grip for daily driving.

I had the conti dws on my acura rdx. They were fantastic in snow and wet. Best all season tire i ever had. Downsides include lack of side wall stiffness, overall ugly appearance (picture an inner tube around your rim) and the performance significantly decreased after about 15k miles. I also expunged multiple sidewall bubbles.

Regarding the mxm4 - i pulled those off voluntarily due to significant hydroplaning. I found then to be unsafe in the wet and not so good in snow. Since I live in the northeast, basically a tire we couldn't live with.

If i had to pick again, it would be he dws alrhough i would hate to alter the looks of my car again!


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BMW doesn't offer anything better than LS2 ?
If we get our own NON-RFT does tire/wheel insurance still cover us?
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Edit: Bridgestone 960s have a 98 weight load rating- not good since our X3s need tires with a 102 rating. Could cause tires to wear quite quickly; longevity is a big reason I don't like the Goodyear LS2's- and poor snow traction. MXM4s and P7s both have a 102 rating- negative is that they have a speed rating of H; fine for me since I may need to compromise on dry/wet for better snow handling. 1 more All Season run flat I noticed on the tirerack website are the Continental ProContact GX SSRs. Anyone like those? In September, Costco will have a $70 coupon for set of Michelin tires.
If we are talking about 245/50R18 tires (OEM on X3 3.5i), then I am not sure where you saw this 98 weight load ratings. On tirerack site, this tire is rated at 100W as compared to 100V for Pirelli P7 (OEM for me). Both have a max load of 1764 LBS/tire and 960's have better speed rating.
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If we are talking about 245/50R18 tires (OEM on X3 3.5i), then I am not sure where you saw this 98 weight load ratings. On tirerack site, this tire is rated at 100W as compared to 100V for Pirelli P7 (OEM for me). Both have a max load of 1764 LBS/tire and 960's have better speed rating.
Sorry, if I am mistaken about your post.
I assume he was referring to the 245/45-19 size, which we have on our X3. I have the Potenza 960 A/S RFTs on my 3 series, like them a lot, and was going to consider them for our X3 until I saw the load rating for the 19" size. Went with the Michelins instead.

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I put 245/50R18 Pirelli Cinturato P7 A/S RFTs on my X3 last week. According to the sidewall, they are rated 100V with a UTQG rating of 500 A A. They also have a Pirelli ecoimpact logo. ecoimpact

What I'm hoping for is better wear, quieter, and the same or better performance. So far, the P7s seem quieter than the LS2s that I took off, perform a bit better under the conditions where I've pushed them hard, and my mixed-use fuel mileage has improved slightly.

I'll probably keep these tires on into December, at which point I'll switch over to performance snows for a few months. It's time for new snows too, and I have yet to decide whether I'll stick with the Pirelli Sottozero IIs that I've been running, if they still make them, or upgrade to something different such as a Michelin PA4 ZP.

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If we are talking about 245/50R18 tires (OEM on X3 3.5i), then I am not sure where you saw this 98 weight load ratings. On tirerack site, this tire is rated at 100W as compared to 100V for Pirelli P7 (OEM for me). Both have a max load of 1764 LBS/tire and 960's have better speed rating.
Sorry, if I am mistaken about your post.
19" Wheels have 102 weight rating
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