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The ‘23 Calligraphy I saw at my dealer had the same Bridgestones as my ‘22 Calligraphy.
Tirerack seems to indicate that there are 4 oem brands and Bridgestones are one of them. I've seen dozens of pics and a few in person. All of those have had the Hankooks I mentioned.

Apparently, Pirellis and Michelins are also OEM as well. The Michelins would be the best to get.
 

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I've personally seen them on SELs, SEL Ps, Limiteds and Calligraphies. I've also seen them on all of the above in pics as well.
Thank you. I'll have to check this. I think @spari may have purchased from the same dealer I'm going through (or a Midwest/IL one). Maybe he can chime in and share what he ended up with on his Calligraphy.
 

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Thank you. I'll have to check this. I think @spari may have purchased from the same dealer I'm going through (or a Midwest/IL one). Maybe he can chime in and share what he ended up with on his Calligraphy.
He posted pics in his thread. It came with Hankook Ventus S1 noble2 tires as well.

the first person to say they got bridgestones is in this thread. I’ve never seen pics of any other tire on the 2023 yet.
 

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Speaking of tires…. I just realized my car was shipped from Korea on or around 6/23. It’s planned delivery date is now 8/29. 2 months of very little if any driving. Hope the tires don’t develop flat spots.
 

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I've never had any factory tire that was any good. Middling performance at best. They usually on last 20-30K before they are so bad for light snow you have to replace them.
 

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Speaking of tires…. I just realized my car was shipped from Korea on or around 6/23. It’s planned delivery date is now 8/29. 2 months of very little if any driving. Hope the tires don’t develop flat spots.
Just remember they ship the Palisade with over 45 psi in tires so they don't develop flat spots.
Check your tire pressure when you get it. the dealers should check and set the tire pressure during dealer prep
some haven't and it will ride like a lumber wagon with 45 psi
 

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I've never had any factory tire that was any good. Middling performance at best. They usually on last 20-30K before they are so bad for light snow you have to replace them.
Factory tires with a few exceptions are nothing but LOW price driven.
 
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