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That's amazing. I know specifications vary by country but that is a difference. In UK, we get no run-flat option and you get no "normal" tyre option.
Interestingly, no one has mentioned the advice if you have to buy a new tyre! Mine has a nail in the shoulder - can’t be repaired at the tyre shop ( but fortunately can be if sent off to a repair shop with vulcanising equipment). But I was advised that if I have to have a new tyre, ALL FOUR SHOULD BE REPLACED !!!!!! Rang Nissan to seek advice - they’ll get back to me, because they’re not sure about that one!
Weve had 2 repaired, no issies. 1 screw and 2nd one was a piece of metal. Bit of a hazard where my wife works.paulm wrote: ↑Sun Jun 04, 2023 9:41 am I've got a screw in one of my tyres, and had it checked and the tyre garage say that it can't be repaired because it is a silent tyre and too difficult to repair from the inside. I wondered if anybody else has had a puncture yet, and if so if you got the same advice? The only reason given for not being able to do a repair was the type of tyre, not the location, size of the puncture etc. Also, if you do need a new tyre, it's worth knowing that the tyres on the Ariya (20 inch wheels) are not easy to get hold of!