Continental Tires

    Continental Rubber AG was founded in Germany in 1871 and has grown to be one of largest manufacturer of tires for vehicles. Widely respected throughout the auto industry, Continentals are installed as original equipment by Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Volvo, General Motors, BMW, Toyota, Honda, Volkswagen, and Porsche on a range of models. Advanced technology along with thorough German engineering values make Continentals a premiere tire brand you can put on your car.

    We offer a wide variety of Continental tire designs created for all driving needs, climates, and vehicle types. So if you demand high skid pad grip, maximum miles per gallon, ride comfort, or longevity from the tires you buy, you’ll find Continental has everything you need. Run-flat versions of most tire models are available as well. Even if you have to replace your mini spare tire donut, you’ll find the size you need here.


    When the time comes to replace tires on your car, truck, or sport utility, it’s important the tire manufacturer you choose has the experience to ensure their products live up to the high-performance your vehicle was designed to provide. With over a century of experience engineering tires for high-speed German roads, Continental crafts tires that will maintain their integrity under the toughest of conditions. Company experience in production of electronic systems, plastics, and vehicle powertrain components has also led to state-of-the-art manufacturing advances that Conti tires benefit from also.

    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiSportContact Tires on Mercedes CL63 AMG
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiSportContact Tires on BMW Z4 M Coupe
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiSportContact 5 Tires on BMW 5-Series
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiSportContact 5 Tires on BMW 5-Series
    • CONTINENTAL® - Racing Tires on Chevy Corvette Daytona Prototype
    • CONTINENTAL® - Tires on BMW 1-Series
    • CONTINENTAL® - Racing Tires on Mazda RX-8
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiSportContact 5 Tires on Aston Martin DB9
    • CONTINENTAL® - HDL Commercial Tires
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiSportContact Tires 5P McLaren MP4-12C Spider
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiProContact Tires on BMW 328i
    • CONTINENTAL® - ContiWinterContact TS850 Tires on Car

    Our web site has been set up to automatically guide you in the tire buying process for your vehicle whether you’re looking for same-size replacement tires or considering upgrading tires and rims to a larger size. To find Continental tires available for your specific vehicle, select your make, model, and year. You’ll notice a range of sizes appear on the left (anywhere from 15 inches to 21 inches in diameter for example). When you’re ready, choose your current size or browse from other diameter sizes that will typically fit on your vehicle. Next, you have the option of narrowing down your search further with preferences of all-season, summer, or winter tread designs. Then, you can choose between tires with tread designs optimized for types of driving: performance, all-terrain, or economy. If you’d like to discuss details with a live tire and wheel expert, we have specialists available 7 days a week to help guide you.


    Continental Tires Reviews
    Average rating:54.9 - 9 reviews
    5(5)
    APPEARANCE10
    EASE OF INSTALLATION10
    PRICE/VALUE10
    QUALITY10
    2014 Mazda 6
    | Posted by | (Bedford, MA)

    Went from my stock 19/225/45 tires to 18/235/50s so I could by this make/model. They do not make this model on 19" wheels. So glad I "downgraded" my steering response and braking are so much better than the Dunlop Sport SP 5000 that came on my 2014 Mazda 6 GT. Noise is vastly improved as well. The different profile and lighter wheels have made the ride much smoother as well, bumps are not as harsh as they use to be.

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    Understanding Tires

    There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.

    Understanding Tires


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