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Tires

 OE Tire Sizes (Rotation Schedule - Every 6,000 kilometers or 3,750 miles)

Tire Size

Load Rating

Inflation F/R

Diameter

205/65R15

92 SL

32/29 psi

25.5 inches

215/55R16

93 SL

32/29 psi

25.5 inches

215/50R17

91 SL

34/29 psi

25.5 inches

 

 

 

 

Alternate Sizes for OE Wheels

Tire Size

Load Rating

Inflation F/R

Diameter

215/60R15

94 SL     

30/27 psi

-0.5 inches

215/65R15

95 SL     

30/27 psi

+0.5 inches

225/60R1595 SL30/27 psiNo Change

225/55R16

95 SL

30/27 psi

+0.5 inches

205/60R16

91 SL

34/29 psi

+0.5 inches

225/50R16

92 SL

32/29 psi

-0.5 inches

205/55R16

90 SL

35/30 psi

-0.5 inches

225/45R17

91 SL

34/29 psi

-0.5 inches

225/50R17

94 SL

30/27 psi

+0.5 inches

205/55R17

91 SL

32/29 psi

+0.5 inches

205/50R17

93 XL

40/35 psi

-0.5 inches

 

 

 

 

Alternate Sizes for Larger Wheels

Tire Size

Load Rating

Inflation F/R

Diameter

235/45R17

94 SL

30/27 psi

No Change

245/45R17

95 SL

30/27 psi

+0.5 inches

215/45R18

93 XL

40/35 psi

No Change

225/45R18

91 SL

34/29 psi

+0.5 inches

235/45R18

94 SL

30/27 psi

+1.0 inches

225/40R18

92 XL

41/36 psi

-0.5 inches

235/40R18

91 SL

34/29 psi

No Change

245/40R18

93 SL

32/29 psi

+0.5 inches

225/40R19

93 XL

40/35 psi

+0.5 inches

235/40R1992 SL32/29 psi+1.0 inches

245/35R19

93 XL

40/35 psi

+0.5 inches

235/35R20 92 XL 41/36 psi +1.0 inches

 

 

 

 

Note: Where an SL (standard load) index is specified, an XL (extra load) rated tire of the same size can be used.  Where stated inflation pressure exceeds 35 psi, tires with an XL load index must be used.  Use of tires with a SL load index of less than 90 is not recommended and may result in abnormal tire wear.  Tires with a XL load index of less than 92 are not recommended and may result in abnormal tire wear.   Some larger tire sizes require wheels with correct width and offset specs for proper fitment.  Recommended inflation pressures are for half-load conditions.  For fully load conditions, increase rear tire pressure to match front tire pressures recommended above.  If a tire size is not listed above, it is likely due to the rolling diameter exceeding +/- 1 inch over factory tire diameter or due to insufficient load index.

Best practice for accurately adjusting tire pressure is to first allow the temperature of all four tires to equalize by parking the car overnight, then taking measurements the next morning with the tires shaded from direct sunlight.  Do not adjust tire pressures to above recommendations after the vehicle has just been driven.  If air must be added to warm tires, add 4 psi to the above recommendations and adjust the pressure when cold (parked for at least 8-12 hours out of direct sunlight) at first opportunity.