I'm not sure if it's possible to add them to be fitted as standard (winter tyres aren't really supposed to be on all year round?) but it is possible to order them in the UK. I have a set of winter tyres fitted to the standard 'easy clean' wheels currently sitting in BMW's wheel storage warehouse waiting for the winter months.sasman wrote:i cannot find the winter tyre option? is it possible to add this?
That is very worrying. I ordered mine 22 Jan and have not been told of any delay - yet. I must say if they do tell me it is delayed I may well just cancel the order. Im getting a bit fed up of their poor service. Waiting 7 months was bad enough but 9 would be ridiculous.sasman wrote:Just had an update on my I3(ordered feb 15th) delivery date has moved from around august to oct/nov if i take delivery..
Frank, I've just looked at the procarshop web site and when you click through to the specific item it is described as "BMW winter wheel star spoke 427 in the dimension 155/70 R19 84Q Bridgestone Blizzak LM-500 * RDC (Tyre Pressure Control)" as if it is both wheels and tyres. Is it really both, if so they are far less expensive than I expected?fdl1409 wrote:Sometimes they are faster. Ordered my i3 REx jan 17th, delivery then expected first week of june. I meanwhile received it may 15th and have already driven over 500km!
Set of winter tyres for 799 Euro from German online shop here:
https://www.procarshop.de/index.php?rou ... er_name=I3
Transport is 39,90 Euro in Germany, probably more to the UK.
My BMW dealer offered a set for 900 Euro incl. VAT.
Your build slot remains in week 42 (week commencing the 13th of October) and changing the specification will have no effect on this.