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I just purchased a 2017 Alfa TI AWD with sport and performance packages.

Can I please get advice on replacing the original run-flats?

My priorities in order are:
  1. Performance
  2. Looks
  3. Reliability
 

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I just purchased a 2017 Alfa TI AWD with sport and performance packages.

Can I please get advice on replacing the original run-flats?

My priorities in order are:
  1. Performance
  2. Looks
  3. Reliability
For Performance I would put normal tires on it, but Run flats make it more reliable. I have had this car for 2 months and went through 3 brand new run flats already. The original run flats on the Giulia are very good performance tires, so replacing the run flats with other run flats wouldn't make a difference.
 

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If non-runflats are fine with you there is no better all around tires than Michelin PS4S. It excels at everything.
 

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I'm trying to stay away from run-flats altogether but I appreciate your advice. I am looking at at a set of Michelin Pilot 4s. Hopefully, I can get a good deal on them.
If non-runflats are fine with you there is no better all around tires than Michelin PS4S. It excels at everything.
That is exactly what I bought. I got a set of 4 for an even $1,000 including lifetime rotation and repair.
Thank you sir. I’m now comforted.
 

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I'm trying to stay away from run-flats altogether but I appreciate your advice. I am looking at at a set of Michelin Pilot 4s. Hopefully, I can get a good deal on them.
That is what I plan to put on my ti & qf when the time comes. Cheers.
 
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