Subaru Outback Tires

About Subaru Outback Tires

Choosing the right tires for your Subaru Outback goes a long way in enhancing efficiency as well as ensuring safety. At times, one tends to ignore/assume aged tires while embarking on a journey. But such tires ought to be replaced immediately. Aged tires are more porous and tend to leak more air. CARiD has a pool of experts to help you choose the perfect tires for your Subaru outback when the time to replace your tires comes. The selection of specialized Subaru Outback tires at CARiD is so wide that you might get confused. Worry not though, for the team of experts will help you out. The Outback tires are of different sizes, from 16 inches to 20 inches in diameter. They can be grouped into summer tires, winter tires and all-season tires. Achilles platinum and Nitto NT555 summer tires will give you perfect wet traction and generate less noise. With these summer tires, you can be sure that your Outback will have increased wheel damage protection from the searing surfaces experienced during summer.

For convenience and to save you from changing from winter tires to summer tires, go for all season tires. BFGoodrich Advantage T/A tires and General Grabber LHP are great examples of such tires. They have increased tread life and are excellent in all kinds of weather. Secure superior performance when driving in snow and freezing road conditions with Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 tires and General Grabber UHP. By so doing, you can be sure of improved ice, dry and wet traction, optimized snow and ice performance as well as improved snow, slush and water channeling. CARiD stocks tires from brands such as Falken, Nitto, General, Hankook and Pirelli among others. An example of a well designed eco tire is Continental ProContact EcoPlus tire. Ensure that your tires are fitted with TPMS (Tire pressure monitor system) sensors. This device monitors temperature and pressure level in each tire, brining to your attention any drastic changes that need your attention.

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Subaru Outback Tires Reviews
Average rating: 5 5 - 1 reviews
1996 Subaru Outback | Posted by Kenneth | (San Antonio, TX)

Had a set of Uniroyal Tiger Paws on our previous 1996 Outback in the stock 205/70/15. Can't say much about them. They were not great, nor were they terrible. Winter traction was mediocre, but wet and dry was acceptable. Wore out fast, but were cheap.

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Subaru Outback Models
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