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Winter Tires for Toyota Sienna 2008 LE

The recommended tires are p215/65r16. From some of the posts I've been reading, I need to stay with16s.

Anyone know of other tire combinations that I could use? I was looking at p225 60r16?

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Going one "step" larger is fine but don't forget that in going to a slightly taller tire, you will be changing the final drive ratio. If you have any performance problems (like going up-hill) taller tires will make that problem worse. Your speedometer will be affected slightly as well (car will be going a few miles per hour faster than what you see on speedometer).
Best thing to do about choosing a winter tire has little to do with size and more to do with tread design...The more aggressive the tread and side lugs, the better it will go through snow. But with aggressive tread comes road noise...so don't go overboard with that unless you don't mind road noise. Best tread design I've found is something similar to Goodyear Wrangler R/T. They seem to be a good compromise between both.

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