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2005 Nissan 350Z wheels / hubs problems

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2005 Nissan 350Z Owner Comments

problem #1

Jan 192005

350Z 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles


Bridgestone potenza tires P225/50wr17(front) and P235/50wr17 (rear)on 2005 Nissan Z350 touring edition: Do we have to have people killed before this is looked into! car has just 1,600 miles, yes not even 2,000, one month old. These tires will not drive safely on this car. Snowed here in Washington DC area on 19jan05...wife could not move the car from a red light without rear end fish-tailing at 3 mph. Could not had to hand push her to side of a road. I made it to her after 3 hours. Police wanted to give me a ticket for not having all weather tires, M/S on the car, for holding up traffic because the car would not move. I had no idea the tires were not M/S. I got in car and it would not move, even when removing the traction button. Skidding/fish tailing will get you killed; these tires will not make it in snowy parts of the us. Why have they not tested these tires on snow cover roads. My wife is scared to death to drive the car now. I'm stuck with a car that is not even safe. I will let many know not to buy this car with this tire. Nowever, there is a Z350, 2003 model on the lot of the dealer with Michelin M/S all weather on it. Not on these Bridgestone potenzas!!! why did Nissan change from Michelin to the Bridgestone. The dealer will tell me to go to a tire company, the tire company already is telling me to go back to the dealer. Please NHTSA, stop this from getting people potentially injured or killed. Lj.

- Alexandria, VA, USA

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