2.5 L turbo models

2.5 L turbo models

Your vehicle is equipped with “summer tires” as original equipment, which are inadequate for driving on slippery roads such as on snow-covered or icy roads. Compared with winter and all-season tires, summer tires give significantly less grip on snowy and icy road surfaces. Therefore, use of winter tires is strongly recommended when driving with such road conditions.

When you choose to install winter tires on your vehicle, be sure to use the correct tire size and type. You must install four winter tires that are of the same size, construction, brand and load range and you should never mix radial, belted bias or bias tires since this may result in dangerous handling characteristics. When you choose a tire, make sure that there is enough clearance between the tire and vehicle body.

Remember to drive with care at all times regardless of the type of tires on your vehicle.

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  • 2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models

    2.5 L turbo models