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Chevrolet Tires near Winnipeg

What tires does Chevrolet use?

Which tires work best on my Chevrolet Vehicle? With a growing number of vehicles meeting different needs in the Chevy lineup, there is an ever-growing selection of tires to choose from. Choosing the right tires can make a big difference in the performance of your vehicle. Your local Chevrolet dealer can assist with all your vehicle's needs.


Chevrolet Tire Commonly Asked Questions & Replacement near Winnipeg

What should I consider when looking for new tires?

To ensure that you and your vehicle get the safest and best tires, consider a few things. First, observe your driving style and habits. If you enjoy spirited driving and take sharp turns and quick stops, then a pair of performance oriented tires are a great choice. On the other hand, if you are a commuter with long drives to work and back, then consider a pair of highway ready tires that can get you around with ease and comfort.

What is tire rotation and why is it necessary?

Tire rotation is an important part of routine maintenance for your vehicle. For AWD vehicles, rotating the tires prevents strain on the drivetrain. After inspecting tires for wear, your Chevrolet service technician will reposition your vehicle’s tires in specific patterns from front to back or side. This helps your tires wear at an even pace, improves ride comfort, and can lower costs in the long run. Regularly rotating your tires is also a good opportunity to visually inspect them for damage, check their air pressure, and check their tread depth. Your Chevy service department will communicate their findings to you so that you can make the best decisions for your vehicle.

What is the difference between performance grade and economy tires?

Depending on vehicle performance and driving habits, each of these tires will have pros and cons. Performance based tires are made for higher tier vehicles that are tuned to drive at faster speeds. Their soft, sticky compound tends to wear down at a much faster rate, so they are not the best choice for economy driving. Economy tires are made with harder material and last longer, but are not the best choice for taking sharp turns at high speeds.

As a driver, how often should I check my Chevy vehicle's tire pressure?

Most new vehicles on the road today have a tire pressure monitoring system. Of course, you can also check your tire pressure yourself with a small handheld gauge. All you need to do to get a reading is unscrew the little caps on your tires and seat the gauge firmly on the stem.


CITIES Near Winnipeg

  • Ashern
  • Arborg
  • Selkirk


Popular Chevrolet Tire Brands

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Your Chevrolet Dealer carries the tire brands recommended to meet the high quality standards of your Shoreside GM vehicle and provide you with superb performance, comfort, efficiency, and handling - all at a great value.


Chevrolet Tire Maintenance Videos

New Tire Pressure Monitor in the Chevy Silverado - With many new tech features and functions, the Silverado is capable of many things. One of the most recent features is the additional tire pressure monitoring system that you can use at any time. This video shows you how to properly use and read the new monitoring system.

Buyers Guide to Choosing the Proper Set of Tires - Chevy has made this in-depth guide to help owners choose the right set of tires for their needs. With a variety of tires in the market, it is important to decide which tires will give you the safest and softest ride at your budget.

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