Question about 2004 Jaguar X-Type
I have a Jaguar X-Type. The tires last about 6 months and then I'm told by the dealer it's road damage when I make sure I avoid potholes as much as possible. The tires mostly get bubbles in them and there is never any damage to the rims. I have Continental tires and the dealer is not concerned about this happening time and time again. They are charging $160 / tire and I'm wondering if I should switch brands and go somewhere else besides the dealer. Thanks.
How many miles have you put on the car? Sounds like some bad tires, I would try going with a different brand of tires from a different dealer or seller and make sure there is a warranty on them that will cover this. Also have the tires checked by someone else to make sure that it is an impact and not a defect. If it looks like a defect, then I would definitely stay away from those tires.
Very strange that you are experiencing this, I'd bet that the tires are just defective but make sure to get them replaced asap as they aren't as safe in this condition. Let me know if you need something else.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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