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Best Tires for the Honda Fit

Best Tires for the Honda Fit


…you've had your Honda for many years or just picked one up used, it may be time for some new tires. The Fit is available with several tire size options. Unfortunately, there's not one great tire that will cover all four sizes available. For those of you with the 185/55R16 size, the best tire would be the…

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What Fits a Fit?

What Fits a Fit?


tire size will fit wheels up to 7" wide, which includes all the 15" wheels we currently offer for the Fit. They are slightly wider and any difference in height is negligible - keeping speedometer readings within 1.5% of factory. The Fit Sport uses 16" wheels, mounted with unusually sized 185/55R16 tires.…

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What Are the Best Replacement Tires and Size for the Honda Fit Sport?

What Are the Best Replacement Tires and Size for the Honda Fit Sport?


…just outside the top ten in the Grand Touring All-Season category, the tire receives excellent marks in most categories. View all 205/50R16 sized tires and choose the one that's best for how and where you drive your Honda Fit Sport.

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205/50-16 Tires for Your Honda Fit Sport

205/50-16 Tires for Your Honda Fit Sport


size, leaving drivers with few replacement tire choices. Those of you who own a 2009+ Honda Fit Sport know what I'm talking about. Interested in having more choices for your vehicle? If you are, consider switching to a 205/50-16 tire where there are more options compared to the Original Equipment size

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Studdable Winter / Snow Tires: General AltiMAX Arctic and Firestone Winterforce

Studdable Winter / Snow Tires: General AltiMAX Arctic and Firestone Winterforce


tires exceeded my expectations and provided excellent traction and control. With these snow tires, I was able to drive in heavy snow and on some very icy roads with no difficulty. I highly recommend these tires for the Honda Fit." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2008 Honda Fit Sport "Excellent winter tire

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Tire Alternatives and Options for Your 2009 and Newer Honda Fit Sport

Tire Alternatives and Options for Your 2009 and Newer Honda Fit Sport


Time for new tires on your beloved Honda Fit Sport? The Original Equipment size of 185/55R16 offered two options, the Bridgestone Turanza EL470 and Dunlop SP Sport 7000 A/S. Regrettably, but not all that unusual for Original Equipment, they do not fare that well in our customer survey results. Looking…

Related Products: Tires For Honda Fit Sport | 2009 Honda Fit Sport Tires | 185 55r16
 

Thanks to Yokohama Advan, "fast just got faster."


…unpleasant surprises when driven hard. Ever. BUY THEM...you will NOT be disappointed." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Honda Accord, NY Check out the tire sizes to see if these Extreme Performance Summer Yokohama tires fit your vehicle.

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FAQ - TIRES


TIRES * How do you know what tire fits my vehicle? * How can I tell if my tires are directional and properly mounted/rotated? * What is the proper air pressure for my tires? * Can I mount non-run-flat tires on my stock wheels even if my vehicle came with run-flat tires as Original Equipment? * Why cant…

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Great Offer on the Goodyear Ultra Grip Ice WRT

Great Offer on the Goodyear Ultra Grip Ice WRT


…conditions. Available in over 30 sizes ranging between 15 and 19 inches, the Goodyear Ultra Grip Ice WRT fits a variety of vehicles. Take a look at what a few of our customers are saying about their experience with this Studless Ice & Snow tire from Goodyear: "These tires are great in winter conditions…

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Winter Tech - Size Selection of Winter / Snow Tires


sized tires in favor of the 2012 Honda Accord SE Sedan's 215/60R16-sized winter tires on 16" wheels. While only a small dimensional difference, this combination will reduce your cost while increasing your vehicle's wintertime traction. A Minus Size Tire and Wheel Minus Sizing uses traditional Plus Sizing

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What kind of Honda Civic tires do you roll on?


Honda Civic tires really push it. You'll get high levels of traction, response and control in dry conditions. Even superior hydroplaning resistance in wet conditions. This tire currently ranks 5th in its category, which contains at least 44 tires. (See chart.) You'll want to consult the list of sizes

Related Products: Honda Civic | Honda Fit | General Exclaim Ultra High Performance
 
Load Rating and My Tire & Wheel Package

Load Rating and My Tire & Wheel Package


…purchasing a new tire, you're going to need a load rating very close to what was on the car from the factory. There may be plenty of sizes of tires that fit your car, but the number one priority of your tires is to support the weight of your vehicle. If you want to run 17" Honda Civic tires and wheels and…

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