Best Toyota C-HR Tires
Based on the C-HR’s specific tire fitments there’s a long list of excellent tires to choose from. This can make selecting the very best tires more difficult. Thankfully in also means there’s quite a long list of tires that are impressive, so even if you pick one of a half-dozen options, you’ll be more than satisfied with what you’re buying.
If you’re shopping for the best Toyota C-HR tires we’ve compiled a list of our top picks below as well as some other options for those looking for the longest tread life or the cheapest tire options.
Toyota C-HR Tire Sizes
Below is a list of each Toyota C-HR trim level available as well as the tire sizes that come equipped on each from the factory.
- LE 215/60/17
- Limited 225/50/18
- XLE 225/50/18
Best Tire for Toyota C-HR
General Altimax RT43
General Tire has made an extremely well-rounded package with the Altimax RT43. The tire offers an excellent balance of all-season grip and dry weather performance, with large exterior tread blocks for nimble handling, as well as plenty of jagged edges and siping for grip in the wet and mild winter conditions. Dry braking performance is above average, though wet weather grip could be a bit better. Winter performance is better than most tires in this class thanks to all those extra tread edges. Plus, as a touring tire, it’s actually quiet refined and offers a quiet and comfortable highway ride.
A 75,000 mile tread life warranty is decent, though numerous competitors offer 80,000 miles. You’ll save compared with those other options though with the Generals costing about 10% less than most rivals.
Best Tire for Toyota C-HR (alternative)
Cooper CS5 Grand Touring
Costing slightly more than the General Tire above and offering a slightly higher tread life warranty of 80,000 miles, the Cooper CS5 Grand Touring is an impressive package.
Designed more like a performance tire but with plentiful divisions and siping for all-season grip, the tire makes use of a silica-infused tread compound to maintain grip in wet and colder conditions. Full depth sipes are also used, meaning as the tread wears, grip stays more consistent over time
The closed shoulder tread blocks also make for ideal handling capability, which is always a nice on a sportier small crossover.
Goodyear Assurance Comfortred Touring
Longest Lasting Tire for Toyota C-HR
Hankook Kinergy PT H737
Priced identically with the majority of tires on this list, the Hankook Kinergy PT H737 boasts the longest tread life of the bunch with a 90,000 mile warranty.
The tread blocks are divided up into tiny sections to find a nice balance between grip in wet and wintry weather, while not seriously impacting dry weather grip and performance. It’s not an overly sporty tire with an extra stiff read compound that’s designed to resist wearing and it does perform above average in terms of wet and mild wintry grip.
What really is a car tire, it works impressively in a small crossover like the C-HR.
Cheapest Tires for Toyota C-HR
Westlake SA07 Sport
If saving money on a set of new tires is your number one priority, the Westlake SA07 Sport is an easy choice costing roughly 35% less than most tires on this list.
Using a sticky tread compound, along with a mostly solid center rib, turn in response is excellent and overall dry weather grip is quite impressive. Wet weather traction is passable, although this tire does’t really hold up in colder climates.
It does come with a 45,000 mile warranty and offers quite a sporty drive.
Tire Buying FAQ
Where can I find the best price on tires?
There is no one answer to this question unfortunately. Sites like Tire Rack and Discount tire offer deals all the time on specific brands. You can also find deals on Amazon though they are much harder to find and often only apply to a specific size or group of sizes. Visit our Tire Deals page for more info.
When is the best time to buy tires?
It’s common that many shoppers buy tires once its already too late. At that point you don’t have a lot of choice and can often over-pay. If you’re planning ahead, generally, retailers offer significant tire deals around major holiday weekends (especially in the summer), as well as Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
How much is Shipping?
Shipping is often included when you purchase tires online. Many retailers offer free shipping if you get your tires shipped to an installer that they recommend. Even if you ship to your home, Tire Rack offers free shipping on purchases over $50. And if you’re buying new tires, that won’t be hard.
How long does shipping take?
Shipping can take just a few days, or over a week in the worst cases. Often it depends on where you live. anyone in a larger urban center or living closer to a tire distribution center can get them quite quickly.
Does anyone offer mobile tire installation?
Depending on where you live, there may be numerous local mobile tire installers available. If you don’t want to deal with the hassle of tracking one down, TireRack offers its own service. You don’t even have to purchase tires from TireRack to use it.
While it’s more expensive than bringing your tires to the shop, it’s also a lot more convenient. Prices start at $25 per tire.
How much does it cost to install a tire?
Generally you’ll pay between $25 and $50 per tire for installation services. This includes mounting and balancing, while using the latest tools so your rims don’t get scuffed or scraped.
Do I need to replace the tire pressure monitoring system when I change tires?
It’s not necessary to replace TMPS sensors when you change tires, but you may want to consider it. The units can fail over time due to damage or corrosion. Also, most units contain a battery and as a sealed unit, they must be replaced when the battery wears down. While most tire installers will handle sourcing these parts for you, you can also buy your own here.
Do online tire retailers offer rebates?
Absolutely! In fact, rebates are offered by most brands (even premium ones). Often these incentives are offered with other deals including up-front discounts and credit card offers.