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Nissan Altima Tires 

Over time, your Nissan Altima tires are bound to wear out no matter how carefully you drive. Getting a new set of tires on your vehicle can lead to a safer drive on all the types of roads you are most apt to drive on and can also give you peace of mind. However, you will certainly want to choose new tires carefully based on the exact year and model of your Altima and on the road conditions you are most likely to see on your daily drive. Here are some of the best options for you to discuss with your local tire dealer.


Where To Begin

To begin, consider whether you want to stick with the tires that originally came on your Altima. Most 2016 models of the Altima come with either the Continental ContiProContact TX or Hankook Optimo H426 all-season tires. The S model has 16-inch wheels, the SV and SL models have 17-inch wheels and the SR and Platinum models have 19-inch wheels.

Both Continental and Hankook are well-known tire brands that offer great safety and reliability along with all-weather traction. However, if you are looking for a switch, you may want to consider tires by Cooper, Goodyear or Michelin. The Cooper Ultra Touring is an excellent budget-friendly tire, and the Michelin Crossclimate+ is excellent in all types of climates and perfect for cross-country travels. 


Budget Your Tires

Keep in mind that the Michelin tires will come out at the top end of your budget. If you are looking for something less expensive that still has many excellent qualities, consider Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady tires, which offer amazing tread life and excellent traction on wet surfaces.

The lifespan of your tires will depend on their UTQG, or Uniform Tire Quality Grade rating, as well as on the amount you drive each year. Be sure to check with your tire dealer to see if you need new tires or to discuss the best brand and design of Nissan Altima tires for you.


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