So the Volt comes with un-sticky high-mpg tires. What impact on range might their be to putting on some better tires that might improve feel, handling, and braking? Has anyone tried this yet and gotten any data?
(Sorry if this has been discussed / beaten to death before)
10% decrease for ultra high performance all season for me. My guess is 20% worst case. You will notice for sure. Same is true for a gas car, but don't notice much with 15 gallon fuel tank. Only you can decide if tradeoff is worth while.
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