Q: Tire rotation for all-wheel drive and low profile tires - 2015 Infiniti Q50 Sport

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I've been searching for the information on tire rotation for the Q50 Sport, but haven't found any. The car is AWD and has low profile tires. They are 19-inch run flat. When should I get my tires rotated? The 5,000 miles interval doesn't apply to this particular model.

Hello. The recommendation for tire rotation is every 7,500 miles. I would simply rotate them at every oil change. Being that it is all-wheel drive, you need to keep up on this as you do not want much variation in tire wear.

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