What To Look For When Buying The Best Tires For Chevy Equinox?
Here are a few important factors to consider:
Most Chevy Equinox I’ve worked on have all-season tires mounted up, hence my recommendations above.
You’ll notice some deals come with a small rebate after you buy loaded onto a prepaid card.
How Much Do Tires For Chevy Equinox Cost?
Let’s take a look:
Four New Tires
~$543-$1425 for four new tires with installation included.
Two New Tires
What Tire Size Is Best For A Chevy Equinox?
I’d go with the stock size for your specific Chevy Equinox trim levels (LS, LT, LTZ, Premier, RS). Use Tire Rack’s site to help you find the right tires.
How Long Should Your Chevy Equinox Tires Last?
If you properly rotate your Equinox tires every 3 to 5 thousand miles & keep tire pressure properly set, I’d say you’re looking at a ~45 thousand mile or ~3-year life out of your Equinox tires.
When To Replace Your Chevrolet Equinox Tires?
Always have the tread depths properly checked and reinflated when changing the oil.
Does The Brand Matter For A Chevy Equinox When Replacing Tires?
Not really. The Equinox is lightweight and sturdy enough to make do with almost any brand of tires. My best advice is to not buy tire brands that don’t come with a road hazard warranty or treadwear warranty.
Other brands of tires you might buy for your Chevy Equinox include BFGoodrich, Hankook, Yokohama, Goodyear, Bridgestone, etc. —these are all suitable options.
Does the Year of Your Chevy Equinox Matter When Buying New Tires?
Yes, tire and wheel diameters vary throughout the years since the 2005 Chevy Equinox which had 16 and 17-inch wheels.
What Are The Biggest Tires I Can Put On A Chevy Equinox?
235/50R19 is the largest stock size for the Chevy Equinox without suspension modification.