I see almost no wheels avail for winter use.
Thanks. I'd be fine with 225/50R17 or 225/45R18. Or maybe something narrower such as 215/55R17?https://www.tirerack.com/tires/TireSearchResults.jsp?cameFrom=WinterSection&startIndex=0&search=true&frontWidth=225/&frontRatio=40&frontDiameter=19&frontSortCode=57258&rearWidth=255/&rearRatio=35&rearDiameter=19&rearSortCode=57430&performance=W&minLoad=S&search=true&vehicleSearch=true&autoMake=Alfa%20Romeo&autoYear=2017&autoModel=Giulia+Q4&autoModClar=
As current owner of base Q4 living north of TO here is my input.Hey all....I'm deciding on getting Giulia in 2018 (late) but can't decide on a QV vs. Ti AWD. I'll be driving quite a bit and living in north of Toronto, Ontario the snow can be a bit of a handful. Logically the Ti AWD would be a better option....
That being said the issue of proper snow tires should be addressed. Curious what solutions people have found and how do they look? I personally would buy a set of the dark turbine wheels and slap some good ol' snow rubber on it.