What To Look For When Buying The Best Tires For Jeep Renegades?
Below, I have listed a few things when looking for the best tires on a Jeep Renegade.
All-Season or All-Terrain
Where do you drive your Renegade?
If you like to go camping or hiking and frequently find yourself on more treacherous paths, an all-terrain would be better suited for you. The all-season would be the right choice if you only drive on paved roads.
Some consumers I have helped with finding tires on the Renegade have said that the tires that come from factory are too small. You can upgrade the size on these Renegades to achieve a smoother ride and better look.
I cover optional plus size fitments further down.
The tire’s speed rating not only determines the maximum speed a tire can travel without failing but also is a designation the manufacturer determines what is best for the car’s performance.
Jeep selects an H and V rating for the Renegade. I do not recommend going lower than these letters to ensure strong tire life and vehicle performance.
How Much Do Tires For Jeep Renegades Cost?
Below you will find estimates on how much tires will cost for the Jeep Renegade. Pricing will vary based on the tire size you have.
Four New Tires
Four new tires will cost you between $350 and $1300.
Two New Tires
If you need to replace only two tires, it will cost between $200 and $600.
It is never recommended to replace less than for tires if your Renegade is AWD.
For whatever reason, you only need to replace one single tire. It will cost between $100 and $300.
What Tire Size Is Best For A Jeep Renegade?
The recommended tire size is always going to be best. When car manufacturers build a vehicle, the size they select isn’t just a rash decision. They take things into account like handling, fuel efficiency, and safety.
How Long Should Your Jeep Renegade Tires Last?
If you perform proper tire maintenance practices, you can expect to receive forty-five to eighty thousand miles depending on your tires. Believe it or not, some tires last longer than others. What brand and model you choose will be the most significant factor in life expectancy.
When To Replace Tires On Your Jeep Renegade?
All tires must be replaced at either six years of age or 4/32nds of tread. The Renegade is no exception to these industry standards.
An easy visual way to tell if your tires are getting low on the tread is to check all tires’ treadwear indicators. If the tread is almost flush with these bars found in between the tread channels, you need new tires.
Does The Brand Matter For A Jeep Renegade When Replacing Tires?
The tire brand will matter if you want to receive any form of life or ride quality. Brands like Michelin, Continental, Bridgestone, Firestone, and Falken are all manufacturers that will provide your Renegade with good tread life and ride quality.
I recommend that if you can’t pronounce the brand’s name, you should probably stay away from it.
Does the Year of Your Jeep Renegade Matter When Buying New Tires?
Since the Renegade is a newer vehicle manufactured by Jeep and has not seen any significant changes since its original production. You can safely purchase any tire with the correct size and load-carrying capacity.
What Are The Biggest Tires I Can Put On A Jeep Renegade?
I don’t recommend changing the tire size for a few reasons, but if you can’t stand how small they look, I have listed the largest dimensions you can fit without modifications below.
- 16-inch: 215/70R16
- 17-inch: 225/75R16
- 18-inch: 235/55R18
Remember, most tire retailers will be hesitant to install plus-size fitments.