Best Lexus NX200t Tires

Best Lexus NX200t Tires

A stylish machine that delivers all of the great Lexus qualities in a compact package, the NX is one attractive utility vehicle.

If the rubber on your NX is running down and you’re shopping for the best Lexus NX200t tires, we’ve put together a list of our top picks based on tread life, performance, comfort and price. Plus, we’ve added some additional options to consider for those on a budget, those in search of tires with a longer life, and those hunting for a reliable set of winter tires.

Lexus NX200t Tires

Below are the trim levels offered for the Lexus NX200t as well as the tires available from the factory for each.

  • Base 225/65/17 or 225/60/18
  • F-Sport 235/55/18 or 225/60/18


Best Lexus NX200t Tires

There really is an excessively long list of great tires for the Lexus NX200t and you’re not going to regret any of the following options. Some are slightly better in different areas, so we’ll run through the highlights.

Our top choice is the Michelin Premier AS which costs more than all the rest here and has one of the lowest tread life ratings at 60,000 miles. So why pay more for less? Well, because it’s an exceptional all-season tire, incredibly comfortable and quiet and handily out-performs all other tires here for driving dynamics.

If you’re more interested in driving comfort than performance, we’d suggest the Goodyear Assurance Comfortred Touring, which uses an extra layer of cushioning between the tread and the tire casing to absorb bumps and make for a more comfortable ride. Pricing is $25 per tire less than the Michelins and the warranty is 80,000 miles.

Another 80,000 mile tire is the Continental TrueContact Tour which is the most affordable of our top picks. It’s long life does come at the expense of handling dynamics though.

For something that’s more well-rounded, the Continental Cross Contact LX 25 is probably your best bet, with a 70,000 mile warranty, a price point that’s even lower than the Goodyear and overall high levels of grip, comfort and quietness.

In terms of a tire that’s closer to the Michelins in performance, but not price, the Yokohama YK740 GTX delivers extremely impressive braking grip and handling performance, while costing as much as $40 less per tire.

You can also look at the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus or Pirelli Scorpion Strada All Season, the former lasts longer and is as bit more expensive than the latter, though we’d suggest the Yokohamas over either if driving dynamics are your priority. We’re compelled to suggest the Pirellis though because both really are impressive and if there’s a current deal on them, we’d swing whichever way the bargain did.

Michelin Premier AS

Goodyear Assurance Comfortred Touring

Continental Cross Contact LX 25

Yokohama YK740 GTX

Continental TrueContact Tour

Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus

Pirelli Scorpion Strada All Season


Best Budget Tire for Lexus NX200t

Falken Pro G5 CSV


Longest Lasting Tire for Lexus NX200t

Yokohama Avid Ascend LX

Goodyear Assurance Max Life


Best Performance All Season Tire for Lexus NX200t

Dunlop Signature HP


Best Run Flat Tire for Lexus NX200t

Bridgestone Driveguard


Cheapest Tire for Lexus NX200t

Ohstu FP7000


Best Winter Tire for Lexus NX200t

Michelin X-Ice Snow


Cheapest Winter Tire for Lexus NX200t

General Altimax Arctic 12

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