What Kind Of Winter Tires Should I Get On A Pontiac Grand Am Se2?

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The tires on now are low profile 225/50R16. I want to get the cheapest winter tires possible. Should I get cheap new rims (not low Profile) and cheap winter tires instead of low profile winter tires? If so, what size of rim would I need for that bolt pattern?


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7 Responses to What Kind Of Winter Tires Should I Get On A Pontiac Grand Am Se2?

  1. Get 4 steel wheels and 4 snow tires. You run the risk of someone damaging your wheels if they aren’t careful when they install low profile snow tires. Why would you want to chance damaging your alloy wheels if your car slid on snow and crashed into a curb.
    As stated elsewhere Blizzaks are excellent albeit a little noisy.

  2. GSD PAL says:

    Bridgestone Blizzaks are the best you can get. Most people with high end BMW’s and Mercedes rely on them for traction in the winter months.

  3. italy_co says:

    I’d just stick with the all weather tires because winter may not be as bad as you think and new tires have good tread anyways. Most of the time your driving on clear or wet roads even in the snowy states.

  4. bobweb says:

    i wouldn’t change anything, you have a front wheel drive car it will do pretty well on its own, you don’t need special tires or chains or anything like that just be careful and drive slow, I lived in Michigan and Ohio, ever winter since i was a kid, never had a problem

  5. tattoo32 says:

    bfg traction t/a or yokohama avs db s2

  6. Matt M says:

    I maintain that all-season radials are the best bet for winter driving on a front-drive car.
    Depending on the state you live in, you might have a ground clearance issue with the low profile. You don’t see many cars like that in Minnesota!
    If it hasn’t been an issue before where you live, go with the all seasons and don’t worry too much about snow tires.

  7. Check tirerack.com they have winter tires and tire steel rim packages for most popular cars.