225/40-r18 on stock 18s.What size are they? Michelin website is saying there is no 215/40-R18 in the CC2.
makes sense, they did leave the screen on tire TPMS.They usually over inflate tires so you can adjust accordingly. It is a lot easier to just deflate to your liking instead of having to fill them again.
It's great. I live in Vancouver and the winters havent been that strong here the past decade. It rains ~200days a year here so I bought it for the wet grip while allowing the occasional 3 peak symbol benefits.I'd say 32 psi is a good place to start. Go up in small steps and see how things change. Things like noise, harshness over rough pavement, handling, etc.
Let us know how it goes. Lots of us are interested in the CC2s.
I decided to create a thread about it with youtube links.Hey T. How are the CC2s in the snow falling today !
Also a Vancouverite. My Nokian all weather, 3 peaks were great until the slush turned into snow. Then they fell on their ass. Snow tires they are not. But that's not really the subject of this thread.
Thanks for the updated driving impressions. Take it easy out there and let us know how it goes.