Nice to know that there is another good tire out there, but just not in our size. Bummer.
Makes it a bit harder looking for tires when each place says that I have 20" wheels on my EV6GT-L, so I have to lie about which car I have.I wouldn’t feel too bad - that probably means the original owner swapped out the stock 20s for someone else’s stock 19s, which are more efficient. It’s sort of a toss up which you think look better - I’m not terribly fond of the OEM 20s so I wouldn’t be too bothered in your situation.
I saw one plugged hole so far w/o taking the tire off. And though I bought the car in Scottsdale, AZ, I drove it home a week later 2000 miles to Ludington, MI. It's been snowing off/on ever since I got back. My latest leaning is the Continental CrossContact LX25, looking at a comparison from CR data.Is your flat tire pluggable? It will depend on the location of the puncture and available tread left. I can't imagine, living in AZ, that you have a need for M/S tires. The Michelins you found will undoubtedly have a much higher rolling resistance than comparable touring tires, which will affect your range.