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I did not try them, but heard good things about them. They
are optimized to work with studs. I don't think you need that for
Toronto's winter. Other thing bad about studs is the low speed rating of tire (usually Q or S). Also the design is 5 years old.
Plus dealers are very rare.

Myself I just got the new Yokohama AVS V901 they look great,
waiting for the snow now... The Blizzak LM22 are good but $$
Also Pirelli Snowsport 210 are great (From my experience)
Note Yoko's are only sold in Canada:D
 

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thx for the feedback. actually these tires are T rated.

most of the dealers i phoned spoke highly of these tires. and not badly priced at 125/tire installed/mounted/balanced less taxes.

goodyear ultra grips and michelin alpin sport could be had for a bit less. not sure if it's worth the extra coin for these nordic tires.


DISCOBOY1 said:
I did not try them, but heard good things about them. They
are optimized to work with studs. I don't think you need that for
Toronto's winter. Other thing bad about studs is the low speed rating of tire (usually Q or S). Also the design is 5 years old.
Plus dealers are very rare.

Myself I just got the new Yokohama AVS V901 they look great,
waiting for the snow now... The Blizzak LM22 are good but $$
Also Pirelli Snowsport 210 are great (From my experience)
Note Yoko's are only sold in Canada:D
 

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Steelcase Tires

in Toronto recommended I go with the Nokian. They said they have ones that a re H rated for a 330i. With Steel wheels it's appx. 1299 plus tax including balancing etc...
 

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$1299 for a set of winter tires from a shop is expensive! Even the BMW dealers are selling their 17" steelies w/ winters for $1300.
 
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