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The Advantages of SUV Tires

Today's SUV was designed for much more than utility. As an SUV driver, you probably expect not only sport utility from your vehicle, but also style, comfort, performance, and maybe even luxury. Your SUV was designed to deliver on these expectations, and so were all of its parts. That includes its tires. There is a type of SUV tire that matches up to what you want from your vehicle. Have you been searching for the best SUV tires? Are you having trouble figuring out which ones are the best SUV tires for your vehicle?

That's where we come in. RightTurn.com helps you quickly learn about the best SUV tires to preserve the performance and safety of your SUV.

SUV Passenger & Touring Tires

Passenger and touring tires are suitable for lighter vehicles such as compact or midsize SUVs that don't carry as much weight as their full-sized counterparts. Passenger and touring tires are engineered to deliver a quiet ride even at highway speeds. Many models of these tires also provide all season performance on dry roads, in the rain or in light snow. If you drive a smaller SUV and you stick to well maintained roads, passenger and touring tires will meet your needs.

SUV Performance Tires

SUV engineering has come a long way. Many of today's models are more nimble and quicker than their previous versions. They demand the best SUV tires, tires that can keep up. Performance tires support the higher (legal) speeds that performance vehicles take on. Performance tires also enable traction, handling, and quick steering response.

Light Truck & SUV Tires

For the classic sport utility vehicle, there is the light truck and SUV tire designation. Light truck and SUV tires are designed to support the extra weight of large vehicles. Within their load range, light truck and SUV tires can carry the extra cargo your SUV was built to handle. Whether you are carting work materials, groceries, luggage or a lot of passengers, these tires can carry your SUV safely.

For the off-road SUV driver, there are all-terrain and mud-terrain SUV tires. These tough tires are built to resist off-road hazards and provide increased traction on dirt, gravel, mud, and rocks.

SUV Winter Tires

Some all terrain and mud terrain SUV tires are already rated by the Rubber Manufacturers Association to handle severe winter weather. Check with your tire's manufacturer to see if this is the case. If not, you may want to consider using winter tires on your vehicle. Winter tires are made of special materials that stay flexible in the cold. This improved traction will help your vehicle support itself in the winter. Winter tires also have tread patterns that keep their traction on ice and heavy snow. If you drive your SUV in severe winter weather, a set of winter tires can go a long way for your safety. Some winter tires are studdable, too, so if studded tires are legal in your area, you can choose to put them in your tires and improve their grip.

Common SUV Manufacturers:

  • Acura
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Buick
  • Cadillac
  • Chevrolet
  • Dodge
  • Ford
  • GMC
  • Honda
  • Hummer
  • Hyundai
  • Infiniti
  • Jeep
  • Kia
  • Land Rover
  • Lexus
  • Lincoln
  • Mazda
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Mercury
  • Nissan
  • Oldsmobile
  • Pontiac
  • Saab
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo

 

 

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