The 2019 CX5 has "indirect TPMS" which is built into the ABS or something; there are no sensors needed. That's why you (probably) don't have a TPMS reset button.kbear99 wrote: ↑We're in 3rd week of Sep and still no rebates for most of the manufactures. Is it still too early?
Looking to pick up a set of Continental VikingContact 7 225/65R17's and rims for my 2019 CX-5. Quattro seems cheapest overall with installation on cheapish alloy rims that match the specs of the car. However, they give you only one choice for TPMS and it costs $52 for my car. I don't understand how a relatively simple device should cost anywhere near $50. Wish Quattro gave us a choice on TPMS devices.
When you go there and collect your tires and say you don't want installation, they'll refund the $80 or so.aelam wrote: ↑ I think the equivalents, I only have a hatchback so the Blizzaks I am getting are the WS90.
Installation costs are usually $20 a tire, the bigger ones I guess are $25. I'm not sure how to actually just "buy" them without the install. But unless you can mount them on rims yourself I don't think you'll really beat the install price, I think i's pretty typical.