Save on 225/45R17 and 205/45R17 Run-Flats for Your E90 BMW and MINI Cooper S

Tuesday, January 8, 2013 by Cy Chowattukunnel

Regardless of how much they're liked or disliked, run-flat tires are here to stay. Are you a BMW or MINI driver who loves his or her car and has decided to stay with run-flats? Then you need to take advantage of the specials currently on the 225/45R17 size for your E90 BMW and 205/45R17 for your MINI Cooper S.

The 225/45R17 Michelin Primacy MXM4 ZP is marked down from $200 to $129*. If you're already looking for a summer tire, consider the 205/45R17 Pirelli P Zero Run Flat which is now listed for $131*.

225/45R17 Michelin Primacy MXM4 ZP
225/45R17 Michelin Primacy MXM4 ZP
205/45R17 Pirelli P Zero Run Flat
205/45R17 Pirelli P Zero Run Flat


Not only are you getting a great deal, you're also getting some awesome tires. The non-run-flat version of the Michelin Primacy MXM4 delivers a great combination of wet grip, steering response and low tread noise for its class. Pirelli P Zero Run Flat's crisp steering response and high grip level make it a good choice for a spirited Mini Cooper S driver. Derived from 100 years of motorsport experience, this Max Performance Summer tire offers a great combination of wet and dry traction with the convenience of temporary extended mobility in the event of complete air pressure loss.

It's also possible to change from run-flat tires to non-run-flat options. These conventional tires will fit your Original Equipment wheels with your driveline, suspension and traction working as normal. To find the best tire option for your BMW or MINI Cooper S, shop by vehicle.  

*Limited stock, prices subject to change

Comments on Save on 225/45R17 and 205/45R17 Run-Flats for Your E90 BMW and MINI Cooper S

Sunday, December 22, 2013 by Leah :
Hello there i am very interested in the Michelin Primacy MXM4 ZP tires. I drive a BMW 330xi 2006 and i really need to change my tires they are very worn down. I was wondering how long it will take for my tires to arrive and where i would be picking them up. i was wondering if its possible to have them sent right to the dealership/Auto mechanic shop? Please reply i would like to have my car done by Dec 31st but i can only begin my order on Dec 26th what kind of time frame am i looking at? sorry for all the questions at once but this is a great rate and i would love to take advantage of it and i have been told to get a move on getting some new tires! I live in Ontario, Canada. what is the price in Canadian dollars and how much are the shipping costs?

Hope to speak with you soon,

Leah
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 by cy:
Leah, we can ship directly to your Canadian dealership/shop but UPS is Estimating your tires won’t arrive until Friday January 3rd (UPS Ground service is effectively closed on December 24th, December 25th, December 31st and January 1st).

Best option to meet your time frame is to ship to a US installer that just across the border. Tires would arrive to the installer on Friday 12/27 or Monday 12/30. Please enter either a Buffalo (14202) or Niagara Falls (14304) Zip Code at the Recommend Installers link here:

http://blog.tirerack.com/blog/roll-on/how-does-this-work-its-easy-buying-tires-from-tirerackcom-the-411?affiliate=HK8

to see installers and installation costs.

For example the total on four 225/45-17 Michelin Primacy MXM4 ZP’s shipped to Kendzia Auto Service in Niagara Falls would be $779. That’s $613 for tires & shipping plus $116 installation cost paid to the installer, Kendzia Auto Service.

Thanks. Cy.

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