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I'm currently driving an old toyota sedan and I'm on the market for something that site a lot higher.

I'm tired of getting stuck in the snow every winter while my brother drives right over everything with his SUV!
Maybe the 2016 Trax will be the one but the Canadian site doesn't have a build page for it..
 

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I am going to put cooper snows on mine I bought a set of wheels off a sonic that are ready for my snows.

I put them on at the first sign of big snow then take them off in early march they last for many years that way.

I wish I could put the 265's on that I had on my Colorado but they are just too big.
 

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I am going to put cooper snows on mine I bought a set of wheels off a sonic that are ready for my snows.

I put them on at the first sign of big snow then take them off in early march they last for many years that way.

I wish I could put the 265's on that I had on my Colorado but they are just too big.
how much are you getting them for and what size are they?
 

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I can get them at Thread Depot, $74 they are Cooper weather master 205/65/ 16

https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/90000003321

If you do a search for 70 series tires, the prices are nuts and there isn't much of a selection

When you look for 65 series there are a ton of tires available you are looking at about a 1/2" difference in height.
I think the Trax is high enough not to have to worry about the height.

The main thing is the diameter, the trax can only fit maybe a 27" tire max before it will hit the fender.

I like big tires they look great on any car or truck, but they do take away gas mileage and screw up the computers in the car, when you use a tire with the same diameter tire everything works right.
 
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