I have the 19" wheels on my 2014 MKz.
The sticker says to inflate all tires to 36 PSI. I do that and maintain that. However, every time I take it to the dealer for service they deflate all tires to 30 PSI.
FWIW, the Jaguar dealer does the same thing to my wife's tires when she goes in for service.
Is there something "magic" about 30 PSI?
LOL, That's too funny, each time I've visited the dealer regarding tire concerns they inflate them to 36psi.
I on the other hand lower the pressure to 34 psi in the front, and 32 in the rear. Honestly, at the recommended inflation pressure, I can feel every pebble on the roadway. I can't wait for the end of the lease on this particular car, but yea that's just me, everyone else is convinced the car ride is as smooth as glass. I went over an approximate 3" raised portion of a newly paved road the other day at approx. 5MPH, and honestly thought I lost the front wheel. My first automobile, a 1960 Plymouth Fury rode better than my 17 MKZ with 5k miles.
It's like the Finance manager where I bought the car said to me, " enjoy your new FORD".
I'l be taking it back to the dealer this week, for it's first oil change, and have them determine why the battery discharges completely overnight, and to address the rattle coming from within the drivers front door as well. Yea, I love my new Lincoln, Made in Mexico. : )
I apologise for the rant folks, but I simply felt the need to share, and it makes me feel better. Ha Ha!
Edited by easyrider, 03 December 2017 - 02:50 PM.