The Toyota 4Runner is the perfect combination of luxury and power, with an elegant exterior and an unbeatable off-road performance.
We want to help you find the best tires for your 4Runner. Read on to learn more about your options!
Ready to upgrade your 4Runner with a new set of tires? We’ll help you decide which ones are the best fit for your particular vehicle!
The 4Runner is known for being rugged and reliable. Whether you’re venturing off-road, driving through the city, or commuting along the highway, you need a durable set of tires that can do it all!
Because the 4Runner comes in many different trim levels, you have a lot to consider when choosing a set of tires. Overall, the best tires for the new 4Runner are the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus, Yokohama Geolandar H/T G056, and Michelin Defender LTX.
The best tire size for your Toyota 4Runner will depend on when the vehicle was manufactured. The trim level will also determine the optimal tire size.
To determine the best tire size for your specific Toyota 4Runner, first, you need to determine your rim size. To determine your rim size, you’ll need to check your existing tires. Your Toyota 4Runner’s rim size is the number to the right of the R.
For the new 4Runner, the trim level determines the best tire size. Here are the optimal tire sizes by trim level:
When buying tires for your Toyota 4Runner, you can expect to spend between $235 to $350 per tire, depending on which ones you choose.
If you’re on a budget and looking for cheap tires for the Toyota 4Runner, the General Grabber HTS60 or the General Realiatrek HT are great choices.
However, paying a low price for tires isn’t always the best option. It’s important to choose tires that truly fit your vehicle’s needs. You should also consider the durability and warranty coverage of the tires you’re looking at.
At South Dade Toyota, many of our tires come with a warranty for 60,000 miles or more, plus road hazard coverage.
Visit our Tire Center portal to search for the best tires for your particular vehicle.