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Passenger Touring Tires

Truck and SUV tires are split up based on how you drive your vehicle. Do you have a work truck that sees a lot of highway driving? Do you have a 4×4 thats meant to go ripping on the trails with the boys? While most of these tires will be fine for both trucks and SUVs, if you’re looking for optimal performance, make sure you understand the different types of tires.

All-Season Tires

These tires are designed to deliver great comfort and handling when driving on the highway, as well as dependable all-season traction. Don’t be fooled by the term “all-season”, if you live in a city that gets heavy snowfall during the winter you’ll definitely want to purchase a set of winter tires. The tread pattern on all-season tires generally features a symmetrical tread and circumferential groovers for extra grip in wet weather.


All-Season Tires are available in two classes:

All-Season Touring Tires

  • Lower Noise
  • Better Handling

All-Season Passenger Tires

  • Smoother Ride
  • Long Lasting Tread Life

Summer Tires

Summer tires are great if you’re driving a standard passenger sedan and are looking for performance in wet and dry conditions. The orbital grooves and detailed patterns are not designed for all-season traction. Summer tires have a dedicated rubber compound that delivers great grip and steady handling on dry and rainy roads in warmer conditions. They also have reduced rolling resistance which provides better fuel efficiency and a quieter ride.

Winter Tires

Winter tires feature heavy siping and deep circumferential grooves that help reject snow and slush buildup from the contact patch. These tires contain more natural rubber so they don’t harden in colder temperatures (45 degrees Fahrenheit or 7 degrees Celsius). The rubber stays flexible and limber in colder climates to help reduce the stopping distance when braking. Winter tires are specifically engineered to provide the best possible traction in extreme cold weather conditions.


All-Season Tires are available in two classes:

Studded Tires

  • Features small metal studs that are designed to provide great traction on icy surfaces.

Non-Studded Tires

  • Have all the features of studded tires minus the studs.

Touring Tires

Touring tires, also known as Grand touring tires are engineered to deliver a comfortable ride with dependable all-season traction – with the added bonus of responsive handling. These tires typically have a higher speed rating and most times feature an asymmetrical tread pattern. They also have a wider tread and a larger contact patch with the road resulting in a “stickier” grip in the corners.


The wet surface traction is much better and the overall tread life can be longer for most models. These tires are typically meant for performance sport and sedan vehicles which require enhanced handling and a focus on performance over comfort.

Performance Tires

Performance tires are engineered to provide owners of sports sedans and luxury vehicles with enhanced handling response and traction. They typically have a larger circumferential and lateral grooves for wet weather traction.


These tires also have moderately dense siping and silica enhanced tread compounds which provide better grip – regardless the conditions. They also have a higher speed rating than touring tires.

Run-Flat Tires

Run-flat tires are one of the greatest inventions since sliced bread. Why are they so great? Imagine yourself on a road trip with no town in a 100km radius and you drive over a something sharp. Boom, punctured tire. Normally, you would pull over and hope CAA doesn’t take their sweet time. With run-flat tires, the tire will remain fully operational so you can make your way home or to the nearest auto body shop.


The tire is designed with strong, thick reinforced sidewalls that can be driven up to 80km while punctured. One thing to remember is they are not repairable and you will need to replace it with a new tire.

Competition Tires

Rarely used for daily driving, competition tires are designed to provide ultimate performance on the track. They are engineered to provide consistent road contact in dry conditions and features high-tech body and sidewall reinforcements made with kevlar or aramid.

Truck and SUV Tires

Truck and SUV tires are split up based on how you drive your vehicle. Do you have a work truck that sees a lot of highway driving? Do you have a 4×4 thats meant to go ripping on the trails with the boys? While most of these tires will be fine for both trucks and SUVs, if you’re looking for optimal performance, make sure you understand the different types of tires.

Highway Tires

These tires have all-season tread patterns and are engineered to handle the heavier loads of a truck. They are designed to provide a smooth and comfortable ride on pavement. Most highway tires feature tough compounds and tread patterns that fight uneven wear to provide a lasting tread life. The tread pattern features siping for improved all-season traction.

All-Terrain Tires

If you’re looking for tires that can handle off-roading conditions, these are the tires you’re looking for. All-terrain or A/T tires feature a more aggressive tread pattern than highway or even trail tires. They typically have larger tread blocks and more voids which helps provide great traction in off-road conditions.


In most cases, all-terrain tires feature the Severe Weather Service symbol and they are designed to handle sand, gravel and light mud. While providing little discomfort on off-road conditions, they also provide great comfort and stability on the highway.

Mud-Terrain Tires

The main difference between A/T tires and M/T tires is their traction in soft terrains. Mud-terrain, or M/T tires have very aggressive tread patterns with large tread blocks which allows these tires to get more traction in deep mud and sand. The aggressive sidewall features provide enhanced traction in soft terrain while giving a rugged appearance. In most cases, the sidewalls are reinforced to resist punctures, abrasions, and tears that occur when off-road driving.


When driving on roads, mud-terrain tires are typically less comfortable and tend to be louder than the alternatives. These car tires are perfect for people looking for a tire equipped to handle off-road driving.

All-Purpose/ Trail Tires

All-Purpose, or A/P tires, or trail tires are a little more rugged than a normal highway tire. You can look at A/P tires as mild all-terrain tires.


A/P tires usually feature fewer sipes than a typical highway truck tire and the tread pattern includes overlapping blocks that provide modest off-road grip.

Ribbed Tires

If you’re looking for a tire that provides unbeatable highway handling and long-lasting tread life, ribbed tires are the best car tires for you. They typically have a solid rib tread design enhanced for stability even when supporting a heavy load. The tread design also enhances the traction in wet weather. These tires are perfect for commercial vehicles that see a lot of highway driving.

Sport Truck Tires

Very similar to highway tires, performance truck tires feature all-season tread patterns that are enhanced for a many weather conditions. They typically have sipes for enhanced traction – however, not as many as a highway tire. Sport truck tires also have higher speed ratings than regular highway tires, and some may feature an asymmetrical tread pattern.

Specialty Tires

Trailer Tires

There are two types of trailer tires available:

Bias Ply

  • Can carry more weight for longer periods of time
  • Usually have irregular wear and rougher ride

Radial Ply

  • Provide a smoother ride
  • Better for highway driving

ATV Tires

All-terrain-vehicle, or ATV tires are available in sand, mud, all-terrain, and racing variants. Most of these tires feature large individual tread blocks and large voids which deliver exceptional traction in mud, gravel, sand, and rocks.

Brands We Recommend

Michelin:

Best Overall Tires

  • Excellent customer and expert reviews
  • Extremely high ratings on most models
  • Great tread life warranty
  • Not the most affordable tires on the market

Michelin is one of the most popular tire brands in the U.S and globally. They sell some of the best car tires on the market in pretty much every category. From summer tires, to all-season tires to run-flat tires, Michelin ranks extremely high among reader satisfaction surveys, expert reviews and user reviews. Although they are not the cheapest tires on the market, their top rankings across multiple categories makes buying Michelin tires a good bet.


Michelin offers original equipment tires and replacement tires across their five major brands: Michelin Pilot, Primacy, X, Latitude and Energy – which have 38 different models of tire. Michelin offers an above average warranty length compared to other brands. On many of their models, they offer up to 80,000 mile coverage. They also offer a great limited warranty of up to six years if there are any manufacturer defects.


If you’re driving a sedan, SUV, light truck, or sports car, Michelin tires are a great option as their tire brands are designed to suit a range of climates.

Michelin Defender LTX

  • Great for light trucks & SUVs
  • Built with Evertread Compound technology to create a long-lasting, strong tire that is great for driving in dry, wet, and winter conditions.
  • Independent tread blocks provide excellent traction while promoting equal weight distribution

Michelin Premier LTX

  • Great all-season option for SUVs & crossovers
  • Quiet, smooth ride when driving on highways
  • Low rolling resistance for a higher fuel economy
  • Excellent braking distance on wet roads

Michelin Primacy MXM4

  • Run-flat technology keeps tire inflated even after a puncture
  • Great for luxury vehicles - offers exception comfort and handling
  • Reactive maneuvering and great fuel economy

Goodyear:

Best Tires for Durability

  • Great overall tire
  • Rigorous in-house testing
  • Innovative technologies
  • Ranks top 3 in almost every tire category, but rarely #1

Goodyear is an icon in the tire industry dating back all the way to 1898. They are known as one of the top tire manufacturers in the industry, their substantial designs feature multiple technologies that are designed to build long-lasting, durable tires.


Goodyear tires range of technologies are nothing to scoff at – their Silent Armor and DuPont Kevlar technologies are designed to counter harsh terrain and provide long-lasting tires that are built to withstand wear, tear, and tire blowouts. Before releasing their tires to the market, they go through meticulous in-house testing and independent testing. A study done by Test World, a Finnish company, found that Goodyear tires outperformed competing brands in almost every category – including acceleration, braking, handling, ice, snow, rain, and dry roads.


This tire brand also offers an excellent tread life warranty with a limited warranty of up to six years, or a specific mileage, depending on the model.

Goodyear Eagle LS

  • Excellent dry traction, handling, and cornering
  • Sharp steering response
  • Smooth & comfortable tire

Goodyear Ultra Grip Ice WRT

  • Top of the line grip on snow & icy roads
  • Impressive dry and wet traction
  • Excellent acceleration and braking

Goodyear Wrangler AT/S

  • Excellent off-road traction in gravel, sand, and dirt
  • Very responsive steering
  • Great tread life

Continental:

Best Tires for All-Terrain

  • Great durability and excellent warranty
  • Premium quality at an affordable price
  • Strong emphasis on sustainability

Continental is the world’s oldest tire manufacturer and ranks very high in both consumer reports and expert reviews. Since being founded in 1871, they’ve been ahead of the curve in safety, innovation, and quality tires.


Continental tire company currently owns General, Uniroyal, Semperit, Barum, Viking, Mabor, Matador, and Sportiva brands. Owning this large lineup of tire companies means they can offer a full range of tires including passenger, light truck, SUV, high performance, all-terrain, and winter tires. Considering their wide range of models, they are highly rated by industry standards.


If you’re looking for an all-season driver that handles both dry and wet conditions well, then you’ll surely find a Continental tire that’ll satisfy you.

Continental TerrainContact A/T

  • Over 1,500 tires tested over 2 million miles during development
  • One of the quieter A/T tires on the market
  • Excellent wet and dry traction

Continental TrueContact

  • Great fuel economy due to its lower rolling resistance
  • Can perform in all-seasons and light snow
  • Excellent tread life warranties

Continental

WinterContact SI

  • High-performance handling on dry roads
  • Wide variety of sizes
  • PolarPlus Technology helps in providing outstanding grip in ice, snow, and slush

Bridgestone:

Best Tires for Run-Flat

  • Industry leader in technological advancement
  • Sustainability, Environment, Achievement and Leadership Awards (SEAL)
  • Exceptional tire quality
  • Not the most affordable

One of the world’s top tire manufacturers, Bridgestone, is composed of two different companies – Firestone, founded in 1900, and Bridgestone, founded in 1931. In 1988, the two companies merged forming the largest tire manufacturing company in the world!


Bridgestone has cemented its legacy as one of the best tire brands and one of the most innovative manufacturers in the market. Their superior innovation lead to them introducing radial tire construction and rayon cord tires.


Part of their lineup includes state-of-the-art run-flat tires for people looking for additional safety on their car. Run-flat tires are great because, according to Edmunds.com “they can support the weight of a vehicle for a short time, providing the driver with about 100 miles of range to find a repair shop.”

Bridgestone

Driveguard RFT

  • Great tread life warranty for run-flat tires
  • Smooth ride for a run-flat tire
  • Strong performance under normal driving conditions

Bridgestone Ecopia EP422

  • Good fuel efficiency due to lower rolling resistance
  • Good dry and wet traction
  • Great cornering stability

Bridgestone Blizzak WS80

  • Excellent grip on snow and ice
  • Great wet and snow traction
  • Comfortable and quiet ride

Pirelli: Best Tires for High Performance

  • A trusted brand in the industry
  • Excellent tires for super cars
  • Great sporting heritage
  • Very expensive

Pirelli is one of the best tire brands for high-performance and ultra-high-performance tires. They are known for providing high-performance tires to exotic and luxury car manufacturers like Lamborghini, Audi, BMW and Porsche.


Although this tire company is known for their tire models designed for sports cars, they also make tires for your day-to-day sedans, trucks, and SUVs. However, high quality means you’re paying a higher price. If you’re looking to buy new tires designed for elite cornering and speed, it’ll cost you a pretty penny.

Pirelli P4 Four Seasons Plus

  • Great all-season traction and handling
  • Smooth, and comfortable ride without lots of road noise
  • Great tread life - 90,000 mile warranty

Pirelli Scorpion Verde

  • Wide variety of sizes of available
  • Smooth, comfortable ride
  • Excellent handling and traction in wet and dry conditions

Pirelli Scorpion STR

  • Steady cornering performance
  • Crisp and responsive steering
  • Comfortable and quiet ride

Some other Brands

Honourable Mentions

Nexen:

Best Budget Tires

  • Very affordable
  • Excellent value all-season tire
  • Extremely high treadlife
  • Low customer satisfaction

Hankook:

Best Tread Life Warranty

  • Great tread warranties
  • Lots of options for sedans
  • Good winter tire lineup
  • Solid choice, but there are better alternatives

Yokohama:

Sustainable Alternative

  • Globally trusted brand
  • Environmentally conscious product line
  • Good treads across product line
  • Not the most affordable

Falken: Best Racing Tires

  • Has won numerous racing events since 1985
  • Tire designs for all types of vehicles
  • Excellent quality
  • Not the most affordable

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