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    Hello from a newbie

    Hi all there!
    Nice to meet you all.
    I'm an owner BMW e32 730i. This car is for me and my sister and we want to renew it a little bit.
    I\ve got a question concerning the tyre choosing.
    Can anyone suggest good options for this car?
    I'm in need of smth reliable but stylish at the same time.
    To preserve old BMW vibes
    I would be grateful for any replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    Hi all there!
    Nice to meet you all.
    I'm an owner BMW e32 730i. This car is for me and my sister and we want to renew it a little bit.
    I\ve got a question concerning the tyre choosing.
    Can anyone suggest good options for this car?
    I'm in need of smth reliable but stylish at the same time.
    To preserve old BMW vibes
    I would be grateful for any replies.
    Welcome along. Is it new wheels you're looking for?

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    Hi, thank you for your answer.
    Yeah, I guess new ones will be better.

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    I need smth of 205/65R15 size. I was thinking about Michelin or Pirelli. Goodyear was also an option as well, cause I've read many reviews on them due to the grip, durability, noise level etc. I've looked up ones at https://www.tirendo.ie/ for instance, Pirelli Cinturato P7 are good nes. They have low noise index, what is significant issue for me.
    Do you think it's a good choice?

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    I've got one more question about engine oil. Is there the difference between the high-priced brands and the low budget ones?
    I was recommended to buy Liqui Moly, but I was lurking the online shops and here https://www.engine-oil.ie/ for example, there are such brands as Aral and Total, which are twice cheaper.
    I'm a little bit confused and dunno if it has sense to pay for the brand.

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    I wouldn't try to cut expenses when it comes to motor oil, personally. You have to make that call yourself though.

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