What To Look For When Buying The Best Tires For Nissan Murano?
Here are a few things to keep an eye on when shopping for tires for a Nissan Murano:
Sidewall height (Aspect Ratio)
The sidewall height, or aspect ratio, is represented in the middle tire number, and you might notice that there is slight flexibility in the aspect ratio for the Murano since it’s an SUV. Remember, the bigger the middle number, the taller the tire.
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How Much Do Tires For Nissan Murano Cost?
Our cheapest option (Starfire Solarus) costs just above a Benjamin per tire, and our expensive option (Pirelli Scorpion Verde) costs just over 2 bills per tire.
Here’s a quick ballpark estimate is broken down:
Four New Tires
Expect to pay at least $500 for a complete set of Starfire Solarus tires + the cost of installation on the budget end for your Murano.
On the expensive side, expect to pay at like $900 + the cost of installation when buying Pirellis or Michelin Defender LTX.
Two New Tires
$250 + installation for Starfire Solarus, or $450 + installation for Pirelli/Michelin.
A single tire runs about $125 for the cheapest and $225 for the most expensive. Add the cost of installation from your local tire shop.
Remember you should never replace a single tire if you have the AWD version of the Murano (to avoid screwing up the four-wheel drive system).
What Tire Size Is Best For A Nissan Murano?
The most common tire size for the Murano is 235/65/R18, but you might notice that your Murano has 20-inch wheels (refer to the third/last tire size number) since that’s another stock size on some Muranos.
How Long Should Your Nissan Murano Tires Last?
Tire warranties for the Murano typically range from 50-70 thousand miles depending on which tire you choose. Keep in mind that proper tire pressure maintenance and vehicle alignment/suspension plays a huge role in how long your tires will last. Don’t go blaming the tire company or dealer if you’re an idiot who doesn’t remember to reinflate your tires when they lose air.
When To Replace Tires On Your Nissan Murano?
Because of its slightly taller stature, you’ll like need to replace your Murano’s tires more frequently than you would on a Nissan Altima, for example.