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 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Oe_vit10

SZ4
215/60R16 CONTIECO CONTACT 6.5Jx16 ET50 PCD:5x114.3 CB:60.1  


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Sz4_1610

SZT
215/55R17 V CONTIECO CONTACT 6.5Jx17 ET50 PCD:5x114.3 CB:60.1


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Szt_1711

SZ5
215/55R17 V CONTIECO CONTACT 6.5Jx17 ET50 PCD:5x114.3 CB:60.1


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Sz5_1711

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Alloy rim “Gobi” 6,5 J x 16” suitable for 215/60 R16 tires, incl. centre cap with Suzuki logo, ECE-R 124 approval
Silver Part No. 43210-54PQ0-0KS
Black polished Part No.43210-54PR0-0SP


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Gobi_c10

 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Gobi_410

Alloy rim “Mojave” 6,5 J x 17” suitable for 215/55 R17 tires, including centre cap with Suzuki logo, ECE-R 124 approval
Silver Part No. 43210-54PS0-0KS
Black polished Part No. 43210-54PU0-0SP


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Mojave10

 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS 43210-10

Alloy rim “Misti” 6,5 J x 17” suitable for 215/55 R17 tires, including centre cap with Suzuki logo, ECE-R 124 approval
Silver Part No. 990E0-61M75-002
Matt black Part No. 990E0-61M76-002
Black polished Part No. 990E0-61M78-002


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Misti_10

 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Misti_11

 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Misti_12

16” Wheel trim set winter steel wheels
Silver, four-piece set Part No. 990E0-54P00-27N


 O/E WHEEL AND TYRE SPECS Winter10

WHEEL BOLT TORQUE 100Nm (74.0lb-ft)



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Post by theforestdweller on Sat Aug 01, 2015 1:08 pm

I've been very disappointed with the "Continental" tyres on my Mokka. They transmit an awful lot of road noise, a common complaint on various Mokka Forums. I see that I will have to suffer them again on the Vitara.

It would be good to know which iteration of the "ContiEcoContact" tyres are fitted. The originals and their immediate successor did not have a number suffix. Later ones have "ContiEcoContact 3" and "ContiEcoContact 5" on the tyrewall. I would hope we have the latest version, but cannot tell from pictures I have seen, although the tread pattern seems most similar to either the earliest or latest tyres - Anyone know Question

For comparison purposes here are the various tread patterns:

w w w.continental-tyres.co.uk/www/tyres_uk_en/themes/car-tyres/standard-car-tyres/contiecocontact/
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Post by Admin on Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:29 pm

The tyres are ContiEcoContact 5 , strange you should mention the noise as I kitted out a Suzuki Swift 4x4 which had Continentals as standard yet the chunky M&S winter tyres I fitted were quieter than the Conti road tyres?

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Post by theforestdweller on Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:58 pm

Mmmm - So some of us will be driving possibly the most proficient softroader in its class with tyres rated for summer use. As I understand it, it is reckoned that a 2WD car fitted with all weather tyres is as good as an AWD fitted with summer tyres. Makes you wonder why we are paying a lot more money for the AllGrip when its all round performance is actually going to be penalised by tyre choice Exclamation

My first choice of vehicle, which I decided against for a number of reasons was the new Ssangyong Tivoli, and that is fitted as standard with all weather tyres, for both 2WD and AWD versions which I think makes far more sense Question
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Post by Admin on Sun Aug 02, 2015 9:59 pm

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They are indeed Conti 5's, I always view it as the Europeans do and always have a second (or even third in the case of my Grand Vitara ) wheels and tyres, I usually keep the oe wheel and tyre set up then have an All Terrain on a second set of alloys that I run all year, often these tyres are cheaper to replace than oe and better all round

Although the SZ5 comes with 17" alloys I would prefer a 16" with a 215/60R16 tyre, my favourite AT tyre being the Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S (G012)

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Post by theforestdweller on Mon Aug 03, 2015 12:22 am

I don't have the luxury of being able to store additional wheel sets - I live in an Apartment complex. I'll just have to hope the OE ones are adequate enough to deal with our winter weather and not let me down when there is a flurry of snow Neutral.
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Post by Geordie Amanda on Thu Aug 06, 2015 1:46 am

I will be putting Winters (probably Vredesteins) or Possibly the new Michelin Cross Climates on my SZ5 in a few months time. Standard tyres are a little noisy, but seem grippy enough and I can't complain at the economy. I just wish the wheels weren't diamond cut. I had a nasty experience with them on a previous car Sad

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Post by Admin on Thu Aug 06, 2015 6:10 pm

Like yourself I don't find diamond cut wheels work well with the winter salted UK roads let alone if you are unfortunate enough to curb one, I actually prefer the graphite SZT alloys

As I have said in other posts I always have a second set of alloys with some more capable rubber but i'm currently trying to see if some cheaper Tyre Pressure Monitors are available other than the genuine ones at around £250 a set

Will you be using the same alloys/size tyres when you upgrade?

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Post by Geordie Amanda on Thu Aug 06, 2015 7:30 pm

Yes I'll put like for like on. I'll either get a set of wheels and not worry about the TPS, or get the Cross Climates type tyre and leave them on the original wheels.

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Post by Admin on Tue Oct 13, 2015 2:03 pm

Some Italian Vitara owners have reported that their cars are being delivered with the optional Misti Part No. 990E0-61M78-002 alloy wheel as Suzuki Hungary have run out of the o/e SZ5 alloy, this I noticed in Italy but thought they had been fitted as an accessory not from the factory....

http://vivavitara.forumotion.co.uk/t70-the-missing-allgrips

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Be interesting to see if any UK ones arrive like this?

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Post by gidyan on Tue May 03, 2016 9:44 pm

Hi,

Can anybody tell me what size the space saver wheel would need to be on a 2016 vitara SZ4 please.
I am seeing if I can pick one up that's cheaper than £150 my Suzuki dealer wants for one.

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Post by Gar Green on Tue May 03, 2016 10:00 pm

gidyan wrote:Hi,

Can anybody tell me what size the space saver wheel would need to be on a 2016 vitara SZ4 please.
I am seeing if I can pick one up that's cheaper than £150 my Suzuki dealer wants for one.

It's a 16" rim with a 135/90r16 tyre. Not sure of offset but will check
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Post by gidyan on Tue May 03, 2016 10:04 pm

Brilliant, many thanks

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Post by Admin on Wed May 04, 2016 1:22 am

All you need to know about space savers here thumbl

http://vivavitara.forumotion.co.uk/t44-space-saver-temporary-tyre-specs

http://vivavitara.forumotion.co.uk/t88-fit-a-spare-wheel-spacesaver#279

£150 seems to be cheap for genuine as the usual quote is around £250  confused

Does your Vitara have a jack and tools as I have known late 2015 onwards Vitara's were no longer supplied

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Post by gidyan on Wed May 04, 2016 4:15 pm

Thanks for that Karl it was really helpful. I have just managed to get myself a second hand one that's been unused for £70 from a breakers.
My car is a new 2016 reg, it only came with the gunk kit, towing eye and a wheel brace. I can get a jack for a £10 and I can make a holding down bolt where I work Very Happy
The dealer I got it from did quote me £150 for a new one, you can also get them from here for the same price
w w w.glynhopkinpartsonline.co.uk/product/SX4_S-Cross%7CVitara_Spare_Wheel_Kit_w%7Co_Jack_99KIT-SPARE-001

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Post by theforestdweller on Wed May 04, 2016 6:25 pm

Hi gidyan - Welcome to the forum. You did OK at £70.00. Some of us got really lucky in the early days and sourced from E-Bay Breakers as the pre 2012 SX4 and Fiat Sedici use the same size as the new Vitara.
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