2013 Toyota Tacoma Tires

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2013 Toyota Tacoma Tires

Tires are among the most vital parts of your vehicle. They are responsible for many facets of safety including traction, performance, and responsiveness. Tires are again crucial for other reasons such as efficiency and comfort.

  • Efficiency - do you like saving money? Keeping your 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires accurately aligned, balanced, and pressurized could make a gigantic difference in gas mileage.
  • Traction - do your tires grip the road, keeping you in control of your vehicle?
  • Performance - good tread and accurately pressurized tires increase traction and you can feel it.
  • Responsiveness - do your tires react to your driving decisions accurately and in an efficient manor?
  • Comfort - tread, balance, tire pressure, and alignment are all major factors in the way your 2013 Toyota Tacoma feels while driving. If any of these factors are not optimized your 2013 Toyota Tacoma could start pulling to a particular side, vibrating, or feel bumpy.

For these reasons, the brand, tire size, and type of tire are all important for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma.

How much are 2013 Toyota Tacoma Tires?

Tire prices can fluctuate considerably depending on the type of tire and size of tire you're purchasing. Frequently 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires are priced between $150 - $350 per tire. Nonetheless, High-performance tires can cost anywhere between well over $500. You won't ordinarily need pricey tires, but you can call one of our Toyota trained specialists to learn more about the price of specific tires for your vehicle. When you purchase tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma from Stevinson Toyota East, not only are you receiving a huge price, you're still going to receive the best service, fantastic quality, and more. We regularly advertise rebates & other tire coupons.

Tire Discounts

For the best 2013 Toyota Tacoma tire discounts in Denver, visit Stevinson Toyota East or give us a call at 7205139585 and reach our tire specialists for a free consultation and we'll examine your tires for free. Stevinson Toyota East offers a fantastic selection of discount tires, performance tires with rebates, and a plethora of tire coupons for almost every major tire brand made for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. For more details about tire rebates and to shop other deals, visit our service specials page or our parts specials.

2013 Toyota Tacoma tire replacement

You should consistently have your 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires inspected at your local franchise dealership for many reasons.

  • Stevinson Toyota East will check out your tires for free
  • Toyota OEM-Certified mechanics can normally repair broken tires without replacing them. Our mechanics will save you time and money!
  • Purchasing tires with Stevinson Toyota East can include additional warranties not accessible through non-franchise service centers.
  • Franchise dealerships can regularly replace tires much quicker than independent tire centers because their mechanics are OEM-Certified and transmit original manufacturer parts & tools. In some cases, these OEM tools are required.

When it comes to replacing the tires on your 2013 Toyota Tacoma, it's vital to do so on time without procrastination. So how do you know when it's time to replace your tires? There are several clear signs that your tires need to be replaced such as if the tread depth is lower than 5/32 inches, your tire sidewall is punctured, tires that have sizeable cracks or bubbles, tires that are older than 6 years. Stevinson Toyota East will examine your tires for free during every visit, but you should ask your 2013 Toyota Tacoma owner's manual for the suggested maintenance schedule related to tire replacement for confirmation. Schedule your free tire check today.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Tire Warranty

When you purchase a new vehicle from a dealership, the tires are usually under warranty with the tire manufacturer, not from Toyota or Stevinson Toyota East. These 2013 Toyota Tacoma tire warranties ordinarily last anywhere between 2 - 4 years or between 30,000 - 50,000 miles depending on the brand and cover usual damage items. They ordinarily don't cover massive damages from hitting potholes or any other item found in roadways. You should check with your tire manufacturer for specific facts regarding your 2013 Toyota Tacoma tire warranty.

You can likewise purchase additional coverage for your tires through Stevinson Toyota East or any other franchise dealership. These extended or additional warranties ordinarily cover damage to the tires, usually as a result of harsh conditions and hazards on the road as well as cosmetic scrapes, dents, and scratches. In most cases, the warranty is comparatively inexpensive and costs about the same as replacing one wheel. Give us a call today at 7205139585 to discover more about your current 2013 Toyota Tacoma tire warranty or advice about purchasing one.

2013 Toyota Tacoma tire rotation

You may be asking, how vital is a tire rotation? Getting your 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires rotated during the proper time can make an enormous difference in how your vehicle performs and also how long your tires last. Tire rotations help even tread wear as your front and rear tires perform very distinct functions depending on whether your vehicle is front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive.

You may also be shocked to discover that some tire warranties require you to actively follow your 2013 Toyota Tacoma advised maintenance schedule including tire rotations. Let Stevinson Toyota East perform your next tire rotation. Schedule a service appointment online or give us a call at 7205139585.

2013 Toyota Tacoma tire rotation coupon

Stevinson Toyota East normally offers bold tire rotation coupons on a monthly basis. You can check out our service coupons here. Not only are our prices the best in Aurora, our factory-certified mechanics and original manufactured components won't cost you anything extra. Stevinson Toyota East is number the best 2013 Toyota Tacoma tire rotation center in Denver, CO. Schedule service with us today!

2013 Toyota Tacoma Tire Deals

Stevinson Toyota East offers a wide range of tire discounts & coupons including 2013 Toyota Tacoma alignments, tire rotations, mount and balance specials, discount tires,and the best tire brands designed absolutely for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. Click here to browse all service specials.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Tire Prices

At Stevinson Toyota East, we buy our tires directly from the manufacturers. As certified franchise dealers our relationship with the OEM still means that the tires we sell be of incredible quality and be made definitely to fit the vehicles we sell. As a result of our relationship, we are able to price our tires considerably lower than most independent shops and can guarantee you're getting the right tire to fit your 2013 Toyota Tacoma as well as your driving habits. Schedule an in-person tire consultation with our knowledgeable factory-certified service advisors or have your next tire repair done by one of our Toyota trained mechanic. You'll receive the best auto care at Stevinson Toyota East without the expensive price tag! Check this month's tire specials here.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Tire Center

Picking the right tire center for your vehicle isn't easy. After all, there are so many options. At Stevinson Toyota East we focus on customer enjoyment most which relies on these key factors.

  • Quality - our modern facility keeps our tire inventory safe against extreme elements which can degrade tires over a period of time.
  • Prices - since we buy our tires directly from the manufacturers we are able to cut out the middlemen and provide you with the best prices in Denver.
  • Tire Selection - not only do we have the best selection of tires in Aurora, but we have one of the biggest tire inventories in CO. Give Stevinson Toyota East a call at 7205139585 and we can confirm that a specific tire is in stock.
  • We'll frequently run free installation & buy three get one free tire deals. In many cases, we offer tire specials in addition to manufacturer rebates.
  • Fit - we make sure the tires we suggest fit your vehicle and your driving habits.
  • Accuracy - we can diagnose your tire problems fast and correctly to have you back on the road as swiftly as potential and out-of-pocket as little as potential.
  • Warranties - many tires we sell offer warranties only accessible from certified retailers.

Is it worth getting road hazard on tires for my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

We all know the Aurora streets can be erratic when it comes to loose debris that can affect your tires harshly, so the damage that might occur can be covered with our protection plans. Our central objective is for you to feel protected when it comes to your tire purchase. You may be wondering if tire road hazard protection worth it. The protection is valuable because it covers tire damage that we all encounter on a daily basis due to dangerous road hazards. Road hazards include nails, glass, rocks, or other road debris, so road hazard protection covers and protects your tires from the more unforeseen circumstances. Stevinson Toyota East offers road hazard protection on the tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma, and it can be a great source of assurance when you're out on the road dealing with everyday issues that may arise.

Do I need 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires installed?

More tires — varying in size, design and specialty wheel applications — are being developed all the time. That’s why it’s so important to have qualified tire professionals do the work. Every Stevinson Toyota East technician is trained in proper installation techniques and uses state–of–the–art mounting equipment.

Do I need to replace my tires?

  • Inspect your tires often. Here are a few things to keep an eye out for: Irregular or unbalanced tread wear, Shallow tread (baldness or bald tires), Foreign objects (rocks, nails, etc.), Broken areas, Broken valve stem caps.
  • If a tire is broken, deflate it and replace it with your spare. If you do not see any tire damage and cannot identify the source of the vibration, take the car to a tire dealer for a thorough inspection.
  • Visit our Toyota dealership - If you see something you’re not sure about during your inspection, have it examined by our tire shop. We can help you identify any issues and find the best solution.
  • A rough ride may reveal tire damage, uneven/improper tire inflation or disproportionate wear to your tires. Loud noise can again be a warning sign or caution. Pay close attention to the “feel” of your tires as you drive. Should you notice vibrations, louder noise than normal or other disturbances while driving, instantly reduce speed, drive with caution until you can safely pull off the road and stop. This way, you can check to make sure your tires are secure.

Are used tires safe for my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

Harsh and delicate weather can cause a tire to break down over time, and it's impossible to know the conditions a tire previously experienced. At Stevinson Toyota East, you don't have to worry about the many questions that arise when it comes to used tires, because all of our tires are brand new, meticulously checked out and Toyota-approved. Used tires are unregulated and uninspected. When you shop tires at used tire stores in Aurora, CO, you're taking a big risk with possible tread wear that is totally invisible to the naked eye, so you may think you're getting a quality used tire, but in reality, you're putting your vehicle at risk. If a tire was previously-damaged or repaired poorly, then the tire is at much greater risk of failing. There could be irregular wear if the previous vehicle had suspension or alignment issues. Your 2013 Toyota Tacoma's tires aren't something you want to take any quick shortcuts on, and while used tires may be cheap, there are many other essential factors at play that you might not have considered. There is no way to know the history or the age of a used tire, and some used tires are even made to look newer than they absolutely are.

What are 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires made of?

Together, the materials inside your tire make sure your tire is sturdy and you get safely from Point A to Point B! The tread of a tire is vital for maintaining a steady grip on the road while the body of the tire contains the air. Your tire is generally made up of tread, belt, plies, sidewall, inner liner, bead filler, beads, and a cord body.

My tire is low - What should I do?

A tire is considered low or under-inflated when it doesn’t have perfectly adequate air pressure to meet the recommended psi (pressure per square inch). This essential recommendation can be found on the tire or on the inside of the driver's door. Under-inflated tires lead to flats and tire blowouts. The most common sign of an under-inflated tire in a 2013 Toyota Tacoma is that your TPMS light, or Tire Pressure Light, will light up on your dashboard. The solution is to add air to your tire until it reaches the proper and correct air pressure (in psi, as measured by an air pressure gauge). If your tire pressure gets low again, you may have a foreign object like a nail that is causing your tire to swiftly deflate.

What is tire treadwear?

Treadwear, traction and temperature grades all provide specific specifications on a tire.

  • The traction grade lets you know a tire’s stopping ability on wet pavement.
  • A treadwear grade is a comparative rating based on the tested wear of the tire...meaning, how long the tire is expected to last or how quickly it will wear down. The higher the grade, the longer the tire is expected to last.
  • The temperature grade measures the tire’s resistance to heat at speed. This is essential with high-performance or racing tires.

How much should 4 new tires cost for my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

Check back frequently for our unique tire offers, like special deals on purchasing a set of 4 tires. We don't want you to feel you need to turn to a cheaper set of tires to save a few bucks and put your vehicle at risk of quicker wear and more exposure to different unpredictable road elements. The Stevinson Toyota East service center wants to bring you the best conceivable prices for your new set of tires. We want to make purchasing tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma as painless as conceivable, and believe that a new set of tires should be affordable and dependent.

What is the difference between All-Season Summer & All-Terrain & Winter Tires?

Tires are designed for an assortment of terrain and driving conditions. To make sure that you are regularly secure, your tires need to be adapted to the weather conditions in your area.

  • All-Terrain: These tires are usually referred to as "off-road tires" too. Designed to give you wonderful and adequate grip in mud, dirt, and rocks, All-Terrain Tires can still be driven on the road, but offer a more boisterous ride than most other tires. Their unique tread design can still wear differently when driven on the road.
  • Summer Tires: Summer Tires are primarily designed for high-performance vehicles (or sports cars) and are ideal for dryer, more temperate areas. While Summer Tires are technically designed for year-round usage, they should not be used during the winter season where temperatures are colder. Colder temperatures, exceptionally near freezing, can have a drastic and dramatic effect on the performance of your tires.
  • Winter Tires: Winter tires are absolutely designed for better traction on ice, snow, and slush in addition to wet surfaces and exceptionally cold weather conditions. Severe weather conditions can be classified as below freezing (32 degrees) but, just like Summer Tires, Winter tires are not intended for year-round use. It's best to ensure they are not used in warmer conditions and only used during those few winter months.
  • All-Season Tires: These are the most popular, and most common, tire on the road. All-season tires are built to handle, what is considered to be, “everyday” driving conditions. The tread design provides balanced whether it's wet or dry, as well as acceptable snow traction in regions with light winter weather. All-Season tires are a practical solution designed for year-round usage and generally provide a long tread life.

Do my 2013 Toyota Tacoma wheels need balancing?

This is a common sign that the wheels on your 2013 Toyota Tacoma could be out of balance. This can lead to extremely poor handling and decreased fuel mileage. Does your steering wheel vibrate if you drive between 50 and 70 miles per hour? Toyota typically advocates a wheel balance check with every tire rotation. Contact us today to learn more details.

How often should I rotate tires on my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

The rule of thumb for tire rotations each other oil change for most makes or each 5,000 miles. This can help prevent irregular tire wear and make them last longer and wear smoother. If your vehicle is FWD, the front tires wear out much faster....almost twice as fast as the rear tires. Contact our team today or check your owner's manual to find out the proper tire rotation intervals for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma.

What should I look for when buying tires for my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

The UTQG code shows estimates of test results conducted by the tire's manufacturer: treadwear, traction, and temperature resistance. These are all very vital, especially with the perilous weather here in Aurora, CO. Make sure to pick the right type of tire for your vehicle and driving needs. There are fuel economy reports for various tires as well, that will match up well with your 2013 Toyota Tacoma's fuel economy statistics. Ask with your owner's manual or one of our many Toyota parts experts to pick the right tire for you. There are many factors to consider when shopping new tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. The tire code is comprised of tire type, tread width, aspect ratio, radial, diameter, load rating, and speed rating. The DOT code will tell you a bit about when the tire was made and the various characteristics as well. You want to pay attention to the Department of Transportation code on new tires to make sure they are what your vehicle needs.

What damages tires on my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

Some tires may last up to 50,000 - 60,000 miles, while others may last as little as 10,000 miles. There are several factors that affect the length of your tire's life. Everything from road conditions to tire usage may affect the life of your tires. These are some of the most common items:

  • Exposure: Contact with Oil, Grease, Chemicals, Strong Sunlight
  • Physical Factors: Old Age, Wear from driving, and Damage (nails or screw punctures)
  • Climate: Extreme Hot & Cold Temperatures, Rain, Snow and Ice
  • Road Conditions: Potholes, Obstacles, Curbs, Speed Bumps
  • Ignored Signs: Failure to notice a change in handling, noise or vibration, Failure to consult a professional when something changes
  • Neglecting basic tire maintenance: Air Pressure, Not routinely checking for wear or damage, Alignment and rotation, Neglecting to get a professional tire examination in the event a tire has been impacted or sustained damage, Not balancing tires after they are installed, Improper tire storage, Use of sealants that have not been approved
  • Driving Habits: Speeding, Quick Starts and Emergency Braking, Driving on broken roads
Why you should mount and balance your tires?

At Stevinson Toyota East, we can take care of any of your tire balancing and mounting needs. When you purchase new tires for your vehicle, it’s essential to refer to your vehicle manufacturer’s tire replacement and application recommendations and suggestions. When you put the new tires with deeper tread on the rear axle, you provide your vehicle with better resistance against hydroplaning and prevent losing control on slippery or wet roads. When a wheel is “balanced,” the mass of the wheel and tire is equally distributed all around the axle. In other words, there are no sections of the tire or rim that are more cumbersome than other sections. It means putting the tires on the wheels and putting those wheels on the axles. When it becomes unbalanced, you’re in for a bumpy (and even noisy) ride. Our service specialists can still help. When you invest in a set of new tires or wheels, one of the experts at Stevinson Toyota East will mount and balance them. The mounting process is pretty straightforward. The balancing process can be a bit more difficult, but it needs to be done any time your tires are repaired or rotated. A wheel can become unbalanced from damage or imperfection in the rubber or other materials. Our mechanics know that when you buy two tires or a set of four tires, it’s essential that the new ones are consistently installed in the rear first if there are only two. You can find this data in the owner’s manual or your vehicle. If your owner's manual isn't inside your vehicle, most owner's manuals can be found online.

Do good tires make a difference on my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

If you've ever wondered what the difference is between cheap and pricey tires, our Toyota-certified components and service experts are here to answer any questions you might have. The more durable a tire, the longer they should last. Breaking distance is a big factor in being able to react to the conditions in Aurora that ordinarily arise, like needing to stop swiftly and safely. There are a wide range of factors that are dependent upon a tire's quality: durability, handling, tread, braking distance, drag, comfort, noise, name brand, and more. The higher on the scale of any of these factors that a tire falls, the higher the price will be, but there is no price too great for driving in comfort and safety in your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. Tread is likewise a big factor; the thicker treads with wider grooves will help handle better in slick conditions. You likewise don't want a tire that will be too noisy. Comfort is usually overlooked with tires but makes a big difference with all the varying degrees of road quality. The better a tire handles, the more control you have over your car during poor road conditions.

What types of tires are best for 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

The type of tire classification (All-Season, All-Terrain, Summer, Winter, High-Performance) is generally based on the rubber that is used and the design of the tread. Contact Stevinson Toyota East today and we can help you determine the best type of tire for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma that matches your budget and driving needs. All tires vary in performance, stability, terrain endurance, and more, based on the type of car and client need. There are various brands and various types of tires for you to choose from when it comes to your 2013 Toyota Tacoma.

Should I have Stevinson Toyota East mount and balance my tires?

Schedule an appointment or visit Stevinson Toyota East today. It's best to trust certified Toyota auto mechanics, as they know your car inside and out. Your vehicle’s handling can be negatively affected and lead to accidents that can cause injury...or even be fatal. Driving with different tires or improperly mounted/balanced tires can be dangerous for you and those driving around you.

What are valve stems on 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires?

The loss of air pressure or low tire pressure is the main cause of decreased tire life. Contact us today to learn more about valve stem care and how to identify a valve stem issue. While under-inflated tires can be an issue, another cause can be a cracked valve stem. When tire valves begin to weather and crack, and/or when valve caps are missing, air can moderately leak out.

How do I care for tires on my 2013 Toyota Tacoma?

  • Inflate: Tires can lose one PSI (pound per square inch) of air pressure per month. Check your tires once a month, preferably in the morning, to make sure your tire pressure is at the recommended level. You can likewise bring your car by a local Stevinson Toyota East and have one of our mechanics check your tire pressure
  • Evaluate: Make it a habit to inspect for signs of tread wear or damage each time you fill up for gas or each time you wash your car. Look for tears, uneven wear, cracking, or bulging.
  • Rotate: How usually should you rotate your tires? On average, tires should be rotated each 5,000 miles, and more ordinarily if they are high-performance tires.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Tire Repair in Denver at Stevinson Toyota East

When you bring a broken tire to Stevinson Toyota East, we constantly start with a full and complete inspection. If the tire can’t be fixed, we can help you find the best replacement available. We are effortlessly located at 444 S Havana St in Aurora, CO. After having your tires installed, don't forget to leave us a review! If your tire can be repaired, your tire mechanic will fill the broken area, seal the inner liner, then re–check for leaks before re–mounting the tire.

How long do 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires last?

If your driving habits are normal and around 12,000-15,000 miles per year, an average tire's tread will wear out in about 3 years. This could be considerably longer if you drive less than 12,000 miles or less if you drive more aggressively. Tire life still depends on the type of tire. Performance tires, for example, are not designed to last as long as all-season tires. Tires need just one thing to increase their life: proper care and maintenance. Stevinson Toyota East is here to help. Start with a entirely free tire examination at Stevinson Toyota East. This will give you a great idea of where you can start improving your tire care and make your 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires last longer.

How do I read my 2013 Toyota Tacoma tires?

Learning how to read the details on your tire’s sidewall will help guide you as you take care of your tire. The tire's information/specs are located on the sidewall and let you know about your tire's size, load index, maximum cold inflation load limit, material composition, and tread-wear grades.

Example Tire size: P215/65R15 95H

  • The next (65) is the aspect ratio of the tire. The aspect ratio lets you know the size will signify the size of the sidewall. A smaller number indicates a low profile tire..
  • Max. cold inflation load limit: This number indicates the individual tire’s safe maximum load-carrying capacity when inflated to its suggested pressure.
  • Tire ply composition and materials used: This will tell you the number of layers of rubber-coated fabric in the tire tread and sidewall. The manufacturer will likewise note materials used in the tire, like steel, nylon, and polyester.
  • The number just after (R) is the diameter of the wheel in inches.
  • The next number (215) is the tire width in millimeters.
  • The letter (R) stands for Radial and lets you know about the tire’s construction: that the layers run radially across the tire.
  • The first letter lets you know what kind of tire this is. In this instance, the letter “P” lets you know it’s a passenger tire.
  • The last number (95H) is the load index/speed symbol.
  • U.S. DOT safety standards code: This code lets you know that the tires meet or exceed the Department of Transportation’s safety standards.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Hankook Tires

Hankook Tires is one of the world's largest and most admired tire companies. Hankook was founded in the 1940s and known for its high-performance and competition tires that can be seen in an assortment of motorsports. This racing DNA can be seen in the quality and performance of their passenger tires, light truck tires, and SUV tires. Hankook tires deliver quality, performance and a little racing style to your everyday commute. Discover more about the Hankook Tire options for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Goodyear Tires

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, normally known as Goodyear, was founded in 1898 by Frank Seiberling in Akron, OH. Goodyear is, not only, one of the biggest tire brands in the world, but has been recognized in many major events in time. Goodyear was the tire supplier in the 1900s for the first Model-T and even helped develop tires for NASA in the 1960s. Goodyear prides itself in exceeding many safety standards and creating a product that has a great ride, exceptional performance and long term stability. Stevinson Toyota East has a great selection of Goodyear tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. Whether you are looking for all-terrain, performance, seasonal or all-season tires, Goodyear is sure to have something for you. Shop tires today!

2013 Toyota Tacoma Dunlop Tires

John Boyd Dunlop created the tire brand after having the idea to improve his son’s tricycle by adding tires made of canvas and bonded rubber to make it easier to ride. It was then, the company was born. All of Dunlop’s passenger, light truck, and SUV tires are a true reflection of the care, quality, and performance that is synonymous with the brand. If you are looking for a new set of tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma, make sure you ask about the variety of Dunlop tires that our location has to offer. We look forward to working with you. Over the last century, Dunlop Tires had become one of the most recognized tire manufactures and a global leader in the design and development of high-performance tires used in racing. It's from motorsports when Dunlop takes their expertise and applies it to the tires they sell. Dunlop Tires' history goes back to 1888.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Kumho Tires

Kumho started out as a small company that, believe it or not, only produces about two dozen tires per day. Today, Kumho Tires has grown to be one of the largest and most essential tire manufactures in the world. No matter what type of tire you need for your Toyota, Kumho offers a great tire at an incredible value. Schedule your service appointment and get the best deal on a set of new tires today. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA for their US operations, Kumho Tires produces an array of high-quality passenger, performance, and light truck/SUV tires. Kumho puts a heavy focus on tire performance, braking, and steering improvements mixed with exceptional value. Kumho tires offer the perfect balance of performance and value for 2013 Toyota Tacoma owners. Kumho focuses both on design and technology to construct some of the most popular and admired passenger and performance tires accessible.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Michelin Tires

Michelin was founded in 1889 and is one of the largest tire manufactures in the world. For over a century, the French founded company has made many innovations and known contributions to the automotive and tire industry, one of the most common being the removable tire and radial tire. A radial tire is a type of design where the cord plies perpendicular to the direction of travel, which creates less heat and gives you an easier and more smooth ride. The Michelin brand puts a heavy focus on their tire innovation, quality and driver satisfaction with an astonishing line of tires for passenger, high-performance, light truck/SUV, and snow/ice/winter driving situations. If you are looking for one of the best and most esteemed names for your next set of tires, Michelin tires are perfect for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. Contact Stevinson Toyota East to discover more about our tire specials, Michelin selection and more!

2013 Toyota Tacoma BFGoodrich® Tires

BFGoodrich® is one of the most recognized names when it comes to tires. BFGoodRich offers a full line of passenger, SUV, truck, performance, and off-road tires for customers to select from. Founded in 1870 by Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich (hence the name), BFGoodrich offers over 150 years of rich heritage and has utilized motorsports as their proving grounds for over a century. This has allowed BF Goodrich to develop some of the best high-performance tires for each vehicle. Whether you are looking for tires for a vehicle, truck, SUV or sports vehicle, BFGoodrich is one of the leading and most esteemed names when it comes to tires. Proven on the track & steady on the street, get a set of new BFGoodrich tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma at Toyota today.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Yokohama Tires

Yokohama produces an assortment of passenger, high-performance, and truck tires at their US factories located in West Point, MS and in Salem, Virginia. Yokohama Rubber Company was launched in 1917 and established itself in America as the Yokohama Tire Corporation in 1969. The brand is ordinarily associated with their performance tires and are praised by many auto racing enthusiasts for providing excellent grip during braking & cornering. Yokohama's variety of all-season tread designs make these tires great for passenger cars and choose up trucks too. Yokohama's truck and SUV tires offer all-season traction and great off-road capability & stability. With their range available tires, Yokohama is a great choice for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. Contact our Service Center today to get the best deal on a set of new Yokohama tires.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Bridgestone Tires

Bridgestone tires put a heavy focus on traction, handling in wet or slick conditions, ride comfort, noise, and damage prevention like run-flat tires. When you are shopping for tires for your 2013 Toyota Tacoma, ask one of our service experts about all of the great tires that Bridgestone has to offer. Bridgestone offers a staggering lineup of tires for cars, trucks, SUVs, off-road and run-flat options. No matter what you need, Bridgestone has your 2013 Toyota Tacoma covered. It's "Your Journey, Our Passion". The motto of Bridgestone truly reflects the vision of the brand that was founded in 1931. Many new tires technologies that you find in the tire industry are from enhancements that Bridgestone created.

2013 Toyota Tacoma Continental Tires

Continental Tires is a German-based tire company that was founded in 1871. Today, their wide selection of tires for passenger cars, high-performance vehicles, pickup trucks and SUVs have made them a major player in the global tire arena. Continental Tires provide drivers a quiet and seamless ride for their passenger tires, unmatched/elite high-performance tires, great traction on winter tires, and a selection of all-season tires for any vehicle, including your 2013 Toyota Tacoma. Shop Continental Tires at our Toyota dealership today!