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I have one of those cars and personally, would not recommend it to anyone period...same year, with the 2.5l v6 and auto, it just hit 103,000 miles and its poor quality car,front end shakes with new tires, had to replace rear hubs which are same as a Ford Contour(also junk) there are alot of similarities to the contour... took it off the road and replaced it with a 1997 civic 5 spd with 169,000 miles...problem solved
There is a label on the driver door. It will tell you the size tire you need. As far as the type it is up to you. The performance tires will not be great for smooth ride. Look for a high tread ware if you intend to keep the car for a long time.
I do Believe that they are 225/65/15's Do you have the Original Tires now???? If so They have the Size right on the Tire. The Letters and Writing are in Black But, If you take a Piece of Chalk and Highlight the Writing you can read it better. The writting is right on the Side of the Tire.
if you go to your public library they can give you the car repair manual to use and it will have to diagnostic codes listed, if that is any help to you, but i need to know what size tires are on that car. i just bought one and it needs tires badly, and i am not sure that the tires on it are right.