Toyota RAV4 Tires

About Toyota RAV4 Tires

The Rav4 is a car manufactured by the Toyota Motor Corporation, one of the biggest and most well-known auto manufacturers in the world. This company was first established in Tokyo in 1933, and its business has boomed, bringing hundreds of different automobiles into the world for people to enjoy. The Rav4 is a classic model of the trademark Toyota power and efficiency. As impressive as its performance is, you can get even more out of your Rav4 by installing custom parts. You might seem overwhelmed by the great number of products available, but the smart thing to do is to just pick one aspect of your car that you want to improve. If steering and handling are your top priorities, then you should undoubtedly get the Toyota Rav4 tires sold at CARiD, as they will give your car a real advantage in this aspect.

There are three main types of tires we offer on our site: regular tires meant for smooth driving on even surfaces, all-terrain tires are well-suited for all terrains, and run-flat tires come in handy for long distance travel, even when your tire is punctured. The sizes of custom tires include 285/30R19, 165/35R20, 325/50R22 and many others, but you should only buy the ones that fit your Rav4’s specifications.

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Replacing a standard size steel wheel with the same size of cast light alloy wheel improves performance and road-holding considerably, without any reduction in comfort. Further improvement in road-holding comes with increased wheel size, combined with a corresponding reduction in the height of the tire walls, a procedure called “Plus-Sizing”.