Performance, Durability, and Tread: Which Tire is Right for You?

At Crest Honda, we know there are many things to consider when choosing between all-weather and summer tires for your car. If you drive in snow and ice often, an all-weather tire is probably the optimal choice. For those looking for the highest performance possible when accelerating and cornering, the stiffer compounds of the summer tire might better suit your needs.

Summer tires will maintain their shape while driving on hot roads, improving the gas mileage of the car by reducing the level of friction. The tread pattern is also shallower and has a continuous center rib to increase the amount of rubber touching the road.

To start to explore your options for tires, visit our dealership today. We'll offer sound and relevant advice after listening to your daily driving habits.



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