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  4. #123
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    My 2006 Prius had P185/65R15

    My 2006 Prius had P185/65R15 on when I bought it and I put brand new Michelin Destiny's on from Discount Tire and they are upgraded to the bigger tire which is P195/60R15. They are perfect and puts a little more rubber on the ground instead of those stock skinny tires.

    My only question is that I am trying to find out from someone if this would change my speedometer at all, even a little bit so I could calculate my MPG a little better.

    I love my tires. They really make the Prius feel good on the road.

  5. #124
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    I replaced my factory issue

    I replaced my factory issue tires for my 06 prius with the same size tire but not the low resistance type I seem to have lost approx 8 miles per gallon is this to expected? if so anything i can do to help this situation short of replacing these tires with original equipment tires? i deed get 65000 miles out of them quite impressive i think. thankyou for your help

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  7. #126
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    I have the same car and have

    I have the same car and have never had better luck with the ties! 45,000 miles and still meet the quarter test. Strange eh?

    Carl

  8. #127
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    And using the P195/60R15

    And using the P195/60R15 wasn't a problem? No clearance problems on the wheel well, especially when turning; no rubbing against the inside of the wheel well?

  9. #128
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    Given all those above, I

    Given all those above, I cannot explain this - but I am about to replace the ORIGINAL tires on my 2007 Prius AT 96,000 miles. The dealer was astonished just as much as I am. I run them with the Toyota recommended psi.

  10. #129
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    Given all those above, I

    Given all those above, I cannot explain this - but I am about to replace the ORIGINAL tires on my 2007 Prius AT 96,000 miles. The dealer was astonished just as much as I am. I run them with the Toyota recommended psi.

  11. #130
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    Given all those above, I

    Given all those above, I cannot explain this - but I am about to replace the ORIGINAL tires on my 2007 Prius AT 96,000 miles. The dealer was astonished just as much as I am. I run them with the Toyota recommended psi.

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