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Which tires are ok to use on 2021 Highlander XLE?

ericPAericPA Member Posts: 6
edited November 2023 in Toyota
First off, I know very little about tires. My car is coming up on 3 years and soon I'm going to need to change them I think. My last maintenance they marked the tires in red (yeah, I know they do it so you buy it from them, but I'm going for a state inspection on Monday, so I'll ask)

The originals are Michelin Premier LTX 235/65R18. But they're $225 each.

Can I use any all-season tire with the same size? For example, Goodyear Reliant All-Season 235/65R18 106V?

On sale for $95 at Walmart.

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  • ericPAericPA Member Posts: 6
    By the way, I only have 29k miles. Too soon, no?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 236,933
    ericPA said:

    First off, I know very little about tires. My car is coming up on 3 years and soon I'm going to need to change them I think. My last maintenance they marked the tires in red (yeah, I know they do it so you buy it from them, but I'm going for a state inspection on Monday, so I'll ask)

    The originals are Michelin Premier LTX 235/65R18. But they're $225 each.

    Can I use any all-season tire with the same size? For example, Goodyear Reliant All-Season 235/65R18 106V?

    On sale for $95 at Walmart.

    Go to Tirerack.com, and search by vehicle. Theoretically, any tire that is the right size and load value (that's the 106V on the Goodyears) should be fine, but that doesn't mean you'll like them.

    Tirerack will show all the tires that are acceptable, and have ratings on them. (handling, ride, good in snow, etc).

    15-20 minutes on that website, and you'll be an expert.

    Then you can shop for them, wherever you want.

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