Best Toyota Sienna Tires
Finding the right tires for your Sienna is no easy task. There are over 80 different tires on the market that will fit the Sienna but most of them aren’t worth your time or money.
We’ve compiled a list of the best Toyota Sienna tires based on performance, all-season capability, ride quality, tire life and price.
Best Toyota Sienna Tires
Below is a list of each available trim level for the Sienna as well as the tire size options offered for that model from the factory.
- L 235/60/17
- LE 235/60/17 or 235/55/18
- Limited 235/55/18
- SE 235/55/18 or 235/50/19
- XLE 235/60/17 or 235/55/18
Best Toyota Sienna Tire
Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring
Combining a luxurious ride, capable handling, long life and an impressively affordable price, the Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring is undeniably out top pick for your Sienna. With it you’re getting the same performance and qualities of a tier-one tire, but at a more affordable price point. Plus, the 70,000 mile warranty means you’ll enjoy the ride for years to come.
Best Toyota Sienna Tire (alternative)
Michelin Defender LTX MS
The Defender LTX MS is near the top of our lists for most vehicles. It’s that good.
Overall handling dynamics aren’t quite as impressive as the Coopers above and it costs a premium too, otherwise it would most certainly be our number one pick.
What makes this tire so impressive is its heavy siping which delivers impressive wet weather grip and some of the very best winter grip you’ll find in an all-season tire.
Other All-Season Tires to Consider
There really are a long list of excellent tires you can equip your Sienna with. So while we do recommend the two above, if they don’t work for you, or are out of stock, consider these:
The Continental Cross Contact LX 25 offers slightly more wet and wintry grip than the Coopers and costs slightly more.
From there w’d look at both the BFGoodrich Advantage TA Sport and Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus II, both of which still offer excellent all-weather grip with heightened driving dynamics.
The Bridgestone Ecopia HL 422 Plus is a fantastic tire in all regards and comes with the latest fuel saving technology. It would be higher on this list (potentially even number one) if it wasn’t so expensive. That said, if you can find a deal on Bridgestone ties, we’d snap up a set.
Not to drag this list on too long, the Continental TrueContact Tour is an impressively luxurious and long lasting tire, however, its winter grip suffers somewhat.
And finally, on the more affordable side there’s the Hankook Dynapro HP2, which is still a capable all-round tire.
If you are looking for tires that are more affordable, we encourage you to check out our list of budget options a little further down this page.
Best Four Season Tire for Toyota Sienna
A growing segment, four-season (also known an all weather) tires deliver the traits of an all-season tire but also offer legitimate winer grip. One of the newest offerings, and the most impressive, is the Michelin CrossClimate 2.
The unique tread design works to easily evacuate water and slush, while the long v-shaped tread blocks hold up well under cornering to ideal summer performance. Inside each of those tread sections are sipes that help with winter grip, and when pushed during the summer months they compress together to deliver a solid tread block for ideal handling.
Tread life is approximately 60,000 miles, while pricing is a touch more affordable than others in the segment like the Goodyear Weather Ready.
We recommend these for anyone who wants true year-round performance and safety and who doesn’t want to think about swapping tires.
Longest Lasting Tire for Toyota Sienna
Goodyear Assurance Max Life
An extremely well-rounded all-season tire the Goodyear Assurance Max Life also just happens to offer an incredibly long tread life. Based on the factory warranty, and backed up by thousands of real world user reviews, expect to get 85,000 miles on a set.
Ride quality and low noise are excellent. Overall driving dynamics do suffer a bit to give this tire the extra long life – resulting from an extra hard tread compound.
All-season capability is quite good. Pricing is on the high side.
Longest Lasting Tire for Toyota Sienna (alternative)
Yokohama Avid Ascend LX
A slightly more affordable option to the Goodyears above, the Yokohama Avid Ascent LX is new on the scene and making a name for itself for offering incredible value.
With the same expected tread life of 85,000 miles it also offers first-rate wet weather grip and even a little grip in the snow. Handling dynamics are average by all-season standards. Again, that’s a sacrifice you have to make to get a tire that lasts this long.
Best Budget Tire for Toyota Sienna
Kumho Crugen HP71
Kumho tires offer some of the best value on the planet. Offering good wet weather grip and a decent 65,000 mile tread life.
Overall handling capabilities are just ok, but that’s not a huge drawback in a minivan.
Ride quality is good and noise-cancelling features in the tread make sure it rides extremely quiet.
Costing roughly 30% less than many of the top picks on this list, you don’t sacrifice much and you get a lot.
Cheapest Tire for Toyota Sienna
Laufenn S Fit AS
If your top priority is a good price, then it’s hard to find a more attractive option than the Laufenn S Fit AS.
Cheaper tires can be found, but most are from junk brands. Laufenn is a sub-brand of Hankook and has been rolling out some extremely attractive options at the low end of the pricing scale.
The S Fit AS is a bit of a strange fit for the Sienna as it’s marketed as an ultra high performance all season. What this means is grip is plentiful, due in part to a sticky tread compound. So handling here is very good.
The down side is that this tread wears quickly and you should only expect to get 45,000 miles on a set. For the price, however, that’s still very reasonable.
We should point out that the biggest drawback isn’t tread life but wet weather grip. These tires really are better suited to warm and dry climates.
Best Winter Tires for Toyota Sienna
Cheapest Winter Tire for Toyota Sienna
What Tires Come on the Toyota Sienna?
Toyota equips the Sienna with one of three different tire choices depending on the trim level and wheel size of the vehicle. Standard models with the 17-inch rims come with either the Firestone FR710 tire or Michelin Primacy MXV4 tire. The SE trim with 19-inch wheels comes fitted with Dunlop Sp Sport 7000 AS rubber.
How long do Toyota Sienna Tires last?
On most Sienna models you should expect 60-65,000 miles on a set of tires. The factory Firestone tires come backed with a 65,000 mile tread life warranty, while the Michelins get a 60,000 mile warranty. The factory 19-inch Dunlop tires don’t come with any guarantee and should last closer to 50,000 miles.
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.