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Great Deals And Prices On New Tires (Best Brands Only!)
Walking into a tire store to get a new set for your car can be an absolute nightmare if you don’t go in prepared.
Not only do you have to know what size of tire you need, you will need to decide which brand is the one that is considered the best.
Muddying the waters even further is the fact that the prices of each different tire can differ wildly.
“Does cheap mean having to settle for poorer quality, or are the expensive options going to end up being a huge waste of your money?”
X Tire Brand Or Y?
One person might tell you that X brand of tire is the best, while other will argue that Y brand is tops.
The fact is that they both might be right, as it will very much depend on the driving conditions and other factors.
For example, let’s imagine that you drive in harsh winter conditions for a few months out of the year and need tires to get you through that.
It may well be that Goodyear make great winter tires at an affordable price, while the high-end Pirelli tires just don’t cut it in cold conditions.
That said, Pirelli might do a great fair weather tire that is better than what Goodyear provides.
We are not saying that is the case with either scenario, but simply that answering which tire brand is best can be very subjective.
The Type Of Tires
The next thing to consider is the type of car that you drive.
A Hyundai Veloster Turbo is going to need sporty, performance style tires to give it the grip to the road that it needs, whereas the Kia Sedona won’t need anything that flashy in order to get the job done.
Again, one brand of tires might fit the bill better than others for both of those specific jobs.
That is all without even talking about pricing, as we all have a budget that has to be adhered to.
You will find that some brands make great low-priced tires, while some of the bargain brands aren’t really worth the tuber they ride on.
If you want the task of picking the right brand to be a little easier, look at the tires that came with your new car.
Automakers put a lot of effort into picking the tires that best complement their vehicles.
If you find that they deliver a great ride, you might just want to stick with that same brand.
If that specific type of tire ends up being a little more than you can afford, you best bet is to head to your local tire store to talk to an expert about which brands would be best suited to replace the existing tires on your car.