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Cheap tires + rims for 2009 Kia Sedona

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Jun 18, 2010
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Toronto

Cheap tires + rims for 2009 Kia Sedona

Hello,

Where should I go to find cheap steel/alloy rims (16"/17") and winter tires for 2009 Kia Sedona? The manual says 235-60-R17 or 225-70-R16 will both work, but everywhere I've gone the price for 4 winter tires + 4 rims is always > $850. Looking for something a bit cheaper. I checked out some used sets on Kijiji for about ~ $600 and it the tires always had treads that were almost entirely worn out.

Thanks
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Deal Addict
Jun 26, 2009
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GTA
Saw few older Sedonas at scrap yard. You could get factory rims, and use them for your winters.
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Aug 15, 2014
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East Gwillimbury
If 600-800 is still to much for you maybe it might be a good idea just to stick with the stock rims with all season tires
Deal Fanatic
Mar 12, 2010
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SW Ontario
Try some local used tire places?

Probably too late now to find any.

You could just get a set of 4 season tires (not all season) and just run them all year.
[OP]
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Jun 18, 2010
502 posts
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Toronto
Tommy74 wrote: Saw few older Sedonas at scrap yard. You could get factory rims, and use them for your winters.
Which scrap yard did you see them at? If you could provide an name + address that would be great.
Sr. Member
Sep 9, 2013
652 posts
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Ottawa
$850 for rims and tires lol! Cost me over $1200 just for tires. Try walmart (chinese tires) if you dont care about what tires your riding on or cheap motormasters, they will be the cheapest. But remember u get what you pay for in the winter tire market.
I would not recommend used, unless for sure you know the condition of tire 100% such as any patches in the tire etc. Good luck!
Deal Fanatic
Jan 15, 2004
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$850 is already cheap when you consider rims+tires. The only cheaper way is to keep looking at kijiji and see what comes up. However, it's a bit late as most people selling would have put it on the market a month ago if not more. Don't forget that getting new tires will also last you longer.
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Aug 25, 2007
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Toronto
Try Standard Auto Recycler (tire department), I have purchased OEM Aluminum rims with tires and sensors for all my vehicles for years on end. It is very economical, and seeing they come with sensors you do not have to live with that idiot light on the dash for four months a year. They install and balance as part of their cost.

Might be tough right now as everyone is calling, I usually pick mine up in September. Give them a call however even the rims with sensors you can get for the price of Stealies alone.

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