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The OEM 17" wheels are 17x6.5". You should in theory, be able to put up to a 215/55 or a 225/55, depending on brand and recommended wheel width.

The OEM Nexen N'Priz AH8 tires are low resistance all-season tires, hence the great mileage for an SUV. However, at high speeds, it creates a squirrely back end while driving at high speeds (talking about 75+ mph). I recommend upgrading to higher quality tires that provide more grip or tires appropriate for your geographic location. You'll sacrifice from MPGs, but will have better handling.
 

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The OEM 17" wheels are 17x6.5". You should in theory, be able to put up to a 215/55 or a 225/55, depending on brand and recommended wheel width.

The OEM Nexen N'Priz AH8 tires are low resistance all-season tires, hence the great mileage for an SUV. However, at high speeds, it creates a squirrely back end while driving at high speeds (talking about 75+ mph). I recommend upgrading to higher quality tires that provide more grip or tires appropriate for your geographic location. You'll sacrifice from MPGs, but will have better handling.
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