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04-30-2013 02:52 PM
mishka My question is, can any of the Ti handling package be fitted onto the SE, specifically the "upgraded suspension components", or is it irrelevant if I plan to equip aftermarket springs/lowering suspension + spacers?

02-28-2013 01:18 PM
02-28-2013 01:06 PM
Originally Posted by Skippy905 View Post
I'm not sure if it the same for cars as it is for motorcycles, but I know on my bikes, the tires that come from the factory are different then the actual tire.
So even though it is a Michelin Pilot Sport 3 tire, it isn't exactly the same as the one you would buy aftermarket. But either way, it is still a deal.

Someone correct me if I am wrong.
I bought a 5th Wheel and tire for my 13 Ti Sedan. The tire that I bought, a Pilot Sport 3, is identical with the ones on the car so you're wrong at least in this one instance, but perhaps not wrong in a general sense. I'm going to be doing 5 wheel rotations to prolong the tires. I like Backs to Front, Front to opposite back, except right front goes spare and spare goes left rear.
02-28-2013 01:02 PM
02-28-2013 12:58 PM
mishka The price difference for me to get a Ti instead of my SE would have been about $2,000 including the Ti handling package. The only other things I would have liked from the Ti standard equipment is the upgraded headlights, fog bezals, 10 speakers/sub system. The handling package is worth it, perhaps, but I didn't want to spend all that extra money on stuff I didn't need like MFT, heated seats, cameras, etc, which comes with the Ti standard. I guess what i'm saying is: to me personally the Ti isn't worth it because there were only a few options I liked that came with it.

My question is, can any of the Ti handling package be fitted onto the SE, specifically the "upgraded suspension components", or is it irrelevant if I plan to equip aftermarket springs/lowering suspension + spacers.
The other is: is it possible to upgrade to the 10 speaker system in my 6 speaker SE?
As far as headlights and fog bezals go I think DIY is best/cheapest :)
I think the 18" wheels with all those spokes look good, but I like the 5 spoke 17" silver wheels on my SE - but 18" would be nice. I think that once I dip my 17" wheels black, it should make them look bigger I think/hope.
04-28-2011 10:51 AM
Originally Posted by kylesvt720 View Post
I could be wrong, but I don't see the 2012 running a 235 wide tire stock???
235/40 on 8x18" wheels are part of the Titanium Handling Package option.
04-28-2011 08:52 AM
kylesvt720 Love all these new Foci getting on here...

Originally Posted by csvt2060 View Post

Michelin PS3 tires by , on Flickr
I could be wrong, but I don't see the 2012 running a 235 wide tire stock???
04-28-2011 07:57 AM
15inthefastlane I picked up the Ti Handling Package because of the great price. Truthfully, I'm not itching to have to order all-season tires for winter, but $600 for all you get is a steal. On most other cars in the class, the upgraded wheel size alone would cost at least that. If you need a purely practical argument, the 5-spoke wheels should be easier to clean :P
04-28-2011 05:22 AM
Mikeyfan I paid $20,500.00 before taxes and $500.00 "Technology" rebate. In addition to the Sport Package I got the 203A Package and the Tuscan Red interior (it is very sharp). My dealer gave me a $200.00 "over invoice" price. I ordered on 2/22 and took delivery 4/26.
04-27-2011 06:38 PM
Originally Posted by Mikeyfan View Post
I just took delivery yesterday of an SE Hatch with the Sport Package and it really handles super. I don't know if there are any added supension tweaks to it but I think the 16" wheels, and rear disks are probably worth the money.
I saw one today in blue and I looked twice, no 17 times. I like the front end. Good luck with yours brother.
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