How big is a 2012 Ford Fusion?
191″ L x 72″ W x 57″ H
What is the tire size for 2012 Ford Fusion?
P225/45R18 (Sport)P225/50R17 (SE · SEL)P205/60R16 (S)
What is the tire pressure for a 2012 Ford Fusion?
33 psi to 35 psi
What kind of tires are on a 2012 Ford Fusion?
- SE P225/50R17.
- SEL P225/50R17.
What size rims does a 2012 Ford Fusion have?
16″ x 6.5″
What is the speed rating S on tires?
An S speed rating indicates the tire has been approved for speeds up to 112 mph (180 km/h) under optimal conditions. Everyday passenger vehicle tires can be S speed rated, but S tires often prioritize specific performance or function.
How fast is speed rating S?
Tire Speed Ratings Safety
|Speed Rating||Maximum Speed|
|R||Up to 106 mph|
|S||Up to 112 mph|
|T||Up to 118 mph|
|U||Up to 124 mph|
What does SL and XL mean on tires?
When it comes to passenger tires, you will find out two types of load capacities; XL and SL while XL stands for “Extra Load” tires and SL “Standard Load” tyres. One more load metric called LL stands for “Light Load” tires.
What’s the difference between C1 and SL tires?
“C1” and “C2” are both 6 ply rated, but C1 has a max air pressure of 50 PSI and C2 has a max air pressure of 35 PSI. This holds true for other ply ratings too….
|Load Range and Ply Rating|
|Standard Load (SL)||4||@ 36 PSI|
|Extra Load (XL)||4||@ 42 PSI|
|C1||6||@ 50 PSI|
|C2||6||@ 35 PSI|
Does my car need XL Tyres?
The advantage of tyres with greater load-bearing capacity as a possible alternative to standard tyres is that they offer a higher buffer up to the maximum load. If you like driving off-road or you regularly drive in mountainous areas with a packed car, then XL tyres are always better.
Are XL Tyres bigger?
The XL refers to the weight of the car itself. Standard tyres of various sizes have recommended vehicle weights that they can carry. These tyres are marked SL. XL tyres by contrast, tend to be fitted on high end family saloons, performance cars, 4X4s, SUVs and so on – because these vehicles tend to be heavier.
Can you put a higher load rating TYRE on your car?
In some cases your insurance can be rendered null and void if you select a load rating lower than is specified for your vehicle. If you are thinking of choosing a higher load rating, this is possible; however it can lead to a slightly less comfortable driving experience.