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Don't know about availability in Canada, but:
Continental vanco winter
Maxxis MA-W2

Not a lot of choice in that size, is there (I'm lucky that the UK spec nv is fitted with a slightly more common size van tyre)
 

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Don't know about availability in Canada, but:
Continental vanco winter
Maxxis MA-W2

Not a lot of choice in that size, is there (I'm lucky that the UK spec nv is fitted with a slightly more common size van tyre)
Thanks mate! You lucky buggers also get a diesel engine :)

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Aren't there Load "E" Tires available in the US for the NV?
Perhaps changing to a 16" wheel/tire combo?
 

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Yesterday I was at a Nissan dealership in Canada.

The winter tire they recommend are:

NEXEN EURO-WIN-STUDLESS LRC BW

185/60R15

$114.22 installed

Any thoughts?
 

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Yep, my local Nissan dealers sell and recommend those Nexen winter tires here also.
Nexen tires are cheap Chinese crap, research yourself.


They are equally small and undersized as the original tires and the Nissan dealers had them way overpriced. Over $200 Cdn each.

Your quoted price of C$114 installed is too low and shows how cheap those tires are...

Read my thread on the winter tires that I currently have for more info: http://nv200forum.com/6-introductions/2442-new-chevy-nv200-calgary.html
 

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You could also pick up a set of rims which gives you a much more options when it comes to tires.

From what I've picked up reading through the threads, the biggest known tire size to work is 215/65/16. 205/55/16 will be a much easier size to find. I planned on going that route but ended up getting 17s.

I ran 215/50/17 for a few minutes today, no rubbing(as far as I know).
 
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