What are the Best SUV Tires of 2019?

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When purchasing an SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle), we expect the tires to be of the same quality as the vehicle. Are you looking for winter tires for a Jeep Cherokee, a Hyundai Tucson, or all-season tires for a Mazda CX-5? Do you want the best summer tires for a Nissan Rogue or a Toyota RAV4? Here is a list of the top 5 SUV tires of 2019.

Discover The Top 5 SUV Tires of 2019:

  • Michelin PREMIER LTX
  • Cooper DISCOVERER SRX
  • Goodyear ASSURANCE MAXLIFE
  • Hankook KINERGY PT
  • Toyo OPEN COUNTRY Q/T

Do you want to know more about these SUV tires? Keep reading to discover each of their characteristics…

The Most Popular Tire: Michelin PREMIER LTX

The Michelin PREMIER LTX tires are perfect for SUVs and multi-segment vehicles. Thanks to their EverGripMC technology, the grooves, invisible on new tires, appear as they wear. Therefore, even as the tires wear they will be able to maintain good traction. EverGripMC ‘s rubber blend is in part responsible for the tires’ adherence: silica creates exceptional adherence on wet roads and sunflower oil keeps the compound malleable even in cold temperatures.

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The Most Efficient Tire: Cooper DISCOVERER SRX

If you are looking for tires that will be efficient throughout the year, we recommend Cooper DISCOVERER SRX for their innovative technology and superior engineering. The rubber blend was created in order to make the tire tread as durable as possible and maximise comfort on the road, while the 3-D Micro Gauge strips minimize friction between the tire tread and the road, creating better adherence. They are the ideal SUV tires and are efficient in every season thanks to their grooves that expulse water from the surface of the tire tread, reducing the risk of hydroplaning.

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The Most Durable Tire: Goodyear ASSURANCE MAXLIFE

When talking about the top 5 SUV tires, it is only logical to include the Goodyear ASSURANCE MAXLIFE tires. Indeed, their TredLifeMC technology makes them reliable in every season and guarantees maximum durability. To ensure your safety and the safety of your family, an integrated wear indicator allows you to easily check your tire tread wear. Finally, you can count on Goodyear’s warranties in order to make an informed decision: their limited warranty on tire tread wear could allow you to save money long term.

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The Most Popular Tire: Michelin PREMIER LTX

The Michelin PREMIER LTX tires are perfect for SUVs and multi-segment vehicles. Thanks to their EverGripMC technology, the grooves, invisible on new tires, appear as they wear. Therefore, even as the tires wear they will be able to maintain good traction. EverGripMC ‘s rubber blend is in part responsible for the tires’ adherence: silica creates exceptional adherence on wet roads and sunflower oil keeps the compound malleable even in cold temperatures.

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The Best Quality/Price Tire: Hankook KINERGY PT

If you are looking for great SUV tires at a good price, we recommend the Hankook KINERGY PT tires for their stable and predictable adherence to the road. These tires’ strong point is their resistance to perforation due to their internal structure made up of two steel bands. There is also a polyester rope belt under the tire tread that is padded to improve driving and reduce vibrations. For a more comfortable drive, choose these Hankook tires for your SUV.

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The Most High-End Tire: Toyo OPEN COUNTRY Q/T

Built for a wide selection of vehicles, from multi-segment vehicles to luxury SUVs, these four-season tires provide excellent maneuverability and stability at all times. If you look closely at Toyo OPEN COUNTRY Q/T tires, you will notice the asymmetrical design on the tire tread, which creates a transversal rotation in order to reduce uneven wear. Aside from the lateral/circumferential grooves and the large evacuation grooves to reduce hydroplaning, you will enjoy the Silent Wall technology which provides a smooth and comfortable drive.

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Did our selection of the top 5 SUV tires of 2019 inspire you? Don’t hesitate to ask for help from our experts at your local Centre Auto Point S. They will be happy to help you choose the best SUV tires for your vehicle, according to its brand and your driving style.

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Traction - dry road

Dry-road traction is a tire's ability to brake effectively and respond well to the steering wheel on dry roads.

Traction - wet road

Wet traction is a tire's resistance to hydroplaning and its ability to provide safe driving in wet conditions.

Traction - snowy road

Snow-covered road traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely snow-covered pavement.

Traction - icy road

Ice traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely ice-covered pavement.

Durability

Durability refers to how many kilometres a tire can go before it stops performing.

Comfort/noise

Comfort refers to the ride quality of a tire and the noise it emits on the road.