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Need some help, follow our guide below!
Buying winter tires has never been easier – you just need to follow these quick and easy steps.
Step 1 | Tell us your model & year
Your tire size may vary depending on your model & year! If you are not sure, please put your VIN in the comment section and we can look it up!
Step 2 | Choose your preferred tire brand
Please note that both Continental & Pirelli tires cost the same.
Continental VikingContact 7
Winter resistance enhanced by German technology Superb grip performance on wintry and wet surfaces, perfect tracking stability under all wintry conditions & powerful traction and braking on icy and snowy roads. Read More …
Pirelli Ice Zero FR
This is the ideal choice for those who drive in Nordic winter conditions looking for a high level of stability and control with a superior driving comfort. The ICE ZERO™ FR is the studless solution of the Pirelli ICE ZERO collection, performance and control at top level. Specifically developed for owners of city/medium cars, premium sedans and SUV. Featuring also RunFlat Technology. Read More …
Step 3 | Do you want Alloy Wheels or Steel Wheels
Benefits of Alloy Wheels
Alloy wheels are made of an alloy of light metals, namely aluminum, magnesium, or both. They’re usually lighter than steel wheels which means quicker acceleration and quicker stopping. This also means less strain on suspension components.
Benefits of Steel Wheels
Steel Wheels are typically cheaper than Alloy wheels. They are also more easily repaired than alloy wheels, as steel can often be hammered back into place when bent.
Visual differences are, for many drivers, the primary factor in whether to purchase steel or alloy wheels. Alloys are more conducive to complex styling of the wheel itself.
Step 4 | Tell us your tire size
Not sure what your tire size is? No problem!
- Option 1: Take a look at your tires, it will be written on them (see picture below)
- Option 2: Just leave the tire size blank and list your VIN in the comment section
Fill out the form to get a quote
Once you submit the form, one of our parts advisors will be in touch with you to provide you a quote.