OK….I have a mystery for whoever can figure it out. I’ve mentioned my use of oversized used tires, which have worked excellently on our 2013 Automatic Elantra. So, when my wife figured our old tires on the 2016 manual Elantra(same Series as our 2013) had enough wear, I convinced her to try some of my used tires that worked well on the 2013 automatic Elantra. Well……they didn’t work out, 1) because they scraped the wheel wells on the 2016 manual Elantra, & 2) she thought they hydro-planned too readily. We then bought new Les Schwab Reputation tires in the narrower OE width tire (to fight the hydroplanning) & with an aspect only 1 step larger than OE tires. So far, they work well(only been on a day). No rain yet, to see how well they fight hydroplanning. Anyhow, I put the old tires that scraped on the 2016 manual Elantra, on our 2013 automatic Elantra & took it for a drive. The tires are quiet, very smooth & never scrape, altho I hit some fair bumps. Cornering seem to be immediate & well conducted. Can anyone tell me why the same tires would scrape on one model & not scrape on the same model(altho 3 years apart)? I’m flummoxed. By the way, our 2013 automatic Elantra, pretty much is driven optionally, so if there is a big rainstorm, I stay home.