tires wear out, low pros wear out faster, not as much tread depth available. Play what, the drive super slow because all the bumps jangle my kindneys game?Got to pay to play.
When going for a setup like this you do need to adjust how you drive. Plus getting a flat is rare.
lol...i think this guys a troll anyways. not even a cla owner.tires wear out, low pros wear out faster, not as much tread depth available. Play what, the drive super slow because all the bumps jangle my kindneys game?
telling the truth is trolling now?lol...i think this guys a troll anyways. not even a cla owner.
to the OP...if you like the look and don't mind compromising then go for it. But i'd definitely do a High Perfomance rim like the HRE or the like... The light weight was made to perform and not just for looks. Most either can't afford it or don't see the need to spend that money. Just like not everyone needs a 5k+ stereo system in their ride.
If you're buying a 50 or 60K plus sports car (AMG) then you know tires are going to be expensive. not much price difference at all between 19 vs 20's actually. Hell, i pay near 400 a tire for one of my other rides. lol. Pay to play is right...
Its quite difficult finding an all season in 20. Your selection is pretty much limited to high-po summers.I'm not sure you really need to go for high performance tires or wheels just because you are going to 20's, though you may be hard pressed to find "basic" models at that size anyways. I felt the CLA250 had enough power and feel for what it is, but it's not really a sports car in the sense of M/AMG/RS/Nismo/Evo/WRX/Ralliart/-V/SRT/etc. The weight savings you'd get on high end wheels isn't going to make much of a difference and wouldn't be worth the cost. If you're willing to eat the fact that you're going to be replacing tires twice a year and shattering your spine, you might as well just get the best looking ones and not worry about the weight. It's not going to make enough of a difference to make you feel all that much more sporty. Especially if you're staying with stock suspension. Whereas if you're going to go all out with the mods, might as well get the AMG. My 2 cents.
no my trolling comment was in reference to your CLA killer post which seemed like a bit of sour grapes.telling the truth is trolling now?
you mean to say that pointing out low pros wear faster is trolling?
you mean to say that pointing out low pros give a harsher ride is trolling now?
I joined this forum as part of my shopping process, I prefer due diligence to hopping in head first. Sorry, should I of cleared that with you first?
Do you guys think I can fit 20's on my CLA250 Sport? If yes, what tire size? I'm planning to keep the suspension stock.