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Currently awaiting an incoming limited phev in the next 2-3 weeks. The dealer mentioned changing wheels and tires on the phev version from stock was a bad idea. Asides from possibly throwing off mpg, any reason why one shouldn't do that. I was thinking of throwing on some 17 inch methods with tires that have a taller side wall.
 

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Currently awaiting an incoming limited phev in the next 2-3 weeks. The dealer mentioned changing wheels and tires on the phev version from stock was a bad idea. Asides from possibly throwing off mpg, any reason why one shouldn't do that. I was thinking of throwing on some 17 inch methods with tires that have a taller side wall.
As long as the outside tire diameter and width is the same it shouldn’t be a problem.
 

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Currently awaiting an incoming limited phev in the next 2-3 weeks. The dealer mentioned changing wheels and tires on the phev version from stock was a bad idea. Asides from possibly throwing off mpg, any reason why one shouldn't do that. I was thinking of throwing on some 17 inch methods with tires that have a taller side wall.
Most definitely you can run a 17” fitment if you want. If your OEM tires are 235/55R19, you can go to 235/65R17. I’d double check the revs per mile spec on the actual tire you decide on.
 
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