What To Look For When Buying The Best Tires For Dodge Durango?
Here are a few things to know before buying your next set of Dodge Durango tires:
Tread pattern/Tire type
Since the Dodge Durango is an SUV, you’ve got plenty of different options when it comes to tire styles.
Summer tires are lower profile and smoother at faster speeds on the highway.
There are plenty of different all-terrain tires for the Durango that work well both on the road and offroad.
All-season tires have more cross treads and sipes to help maintain traction in wet conditions.
Always check mileage warranty/prorated treadwear warranty before buying tires for your Durango.
How Much Do Tires For Dodge Durango Cost?
Here’s a quick estimate:
Four New Tires
$720-$1040 plus installation costs.
Two New Tires
~$360-$520 plus mount and balance at your local mechanic shop.
Our cheapest pick (Cooper Discoverer) costs ~$180 while our high-end choice (Pirelli Scorpion) cost ~$260 per tire.
What Tire Size Is Best For A Dodge Durango?
There are several different submodels of the Dodge Durango that all have different tire sizes, so I suggest you plug your Durango into Tire Rack’s website for a list of tire sizes.
How Long Should Your Dodge Durango Tires Last?
When buying tires, you never know when a puncture will happen, and it could be right off the bat.
But generally, if you buy all-terrain tires or sports tires, they’ll last anywhere from 30 to 50 thousand miles while all-season tires tend to last a bit longer for conservative driving.
When To Replace Tires On Your Dodge Durango?
Replace all Durango tires with even treadwear at 2/32” (1.6mm) tread depth. Always good to measure all parts of the tread with a tread depth measurement tool.
Does The Brand Matter For A Dodge Durango When Replacing Tires?
For base model Durango yes, but for the SRT I say buy nicer tires to keep you safe when going fast.
Other decent brands of tires for the Dodge Durango include Continental Crosscontact, Nitto Terra Grappler G2, Goodyear Wrangler, Firestone Destination, General Grabbers, of course BFGoodrich,
Does the Year of Your Dodge Durango Matter When Buying New Tires?
Yes, plug in your Durango’s information on Tire Rack for a complete list of compatible tire sizes.
What Are The Biggest Tires I Can Put On A Dodge Durango?
I’ve seen some pretty jacked up Dodge Durango suspension in my day, and I’d say that 31 inches is the largest tire I’ve seen on a base model Dodge Durango.