Winter Tire Packages

DUE TO GLOBAL SUPPLY SHORTAGES, INVENTORY MAY BE LIMITED. RESERVE YOUR WINTER TIRES TODAY!

In Canada, switching from summer tires to winter tires is imperative for ensuring safe and reliable vehicle performance during the harsh winter months. Winter tires are specifically designed with a unique rubber compound that remains flexible in cold temperatures, providing superior traction on icy and snow-covered roads. By making this essential seasonal switch, you can significantly enhance your driving safety and control, ultimately safeguarding themselves and others on the treacherous winter roads that characterize our Canadian winters.

— Current Winter Tire Parts & Service Specials —

*Check offer details. Offers expire 2024/02/29
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All-season tires are a balance between tread life, ride quality, fuel economy and traction. But tires that grip the road in summer don’t always offer the same traction when the weather turns cold. In fact, the tread compound used in all-season tires offers little cold weather traction and becomes hard, losing pliability and traction in freezing temperatures. Winter or snow tires, however, are designed to help deliver better safety and control in snow, slush, rain, ice and cold weather. A good comparison for difference between all-season and winter tires is similar to tennis shoes to snow boots. While it’s possible to walk down a slick, snow-covered sidewalk wearing tennis shoes, it's usually easier and safer to do so with snow boots.

Winter Tire Technology

Winter tires have a soft rubber compound that remains flexible as temperatures drop to better conform to the road for more controlled handling. They also have tread patterns with wider grooves to enhance traction on snow and ice by providing channels to drain water and expel snow. Typically, they have deep sipes, which are small slits in the tread that help cut through water and slush, avoiding hydroplaning and improving grip. Grip is critical, not just to avoid getting stuck, but to help ensure that the car can stop and steer.

Why Four is Better Than Two

Always install winter tires in a matching set of four to help maintain balance and control while in winter driving conditions. Using just two winter tires on a vehicle creates a mismatch in traction that can have serious consequences. With front-wheel-drive, putting snow tires on the front only will result in the back wheels not having as much grip as the front wheels. This will make the car much more likely to spin out while braking or cornering. With snow tires on the just back wheels of a rear-wheel-drive car, the front wheels won't grip as well as those that provide the power, so the car may not respond when the steering wheel is turned -- it will simply plow straight ahead (understeer).

Winter Air Pressure

Maintaining correct air pressure is a requirement for good handling, traction and durability. The fall and early winter months are the most important times to check inflation pressures since air contracts as temperatures get colder. For every 10 degrees (°C) change in outside temperature, tire inflation pressure will change by about one psi (up with higher and down with lower temperatures). And don't forget to keep the valve caps on! If left off, moisture can freeze in the valve allowing air to escape.

Identifying Winter Tires

Tires that meet severe snow standards display a snowflake symbol on the tire’s sidewall. This symbol helps set winter tires apart from standard mud-and-snow rated and all-season tires.

You Hold the Key to Safe Winter Driving

Finally, slow, careful driving is always the best plan in wintry conditions. One of the best actions a driver can take to maximize traction, grip and braking performance in winter conditions is to install tires specifically designed for winter driving. They can enhance control, provide the traction needed to navigate snowy roads and handle unexpected stops.

All Winter Tire Packages Include:

  • Tires
  • Black Steel Wheels
  • Mount and Balance
  • Tire Pressure Monitor

Check with our service advisors for details and pricing for your vehicle.

Disclaimer(s): Supplies are limited. All tire packages subject to Availability. Prices subject to change without notice. Offers only valid with purchase of four (4) winter tires. Caps not available with Accent wheel.

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TOYO OPEN COUNTRY WLT1 Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :173900
Mopar Part Number :0TY0173900
TOYO OPEN COUNTRY WLT1

TOYO OPEN COUNTRY WLT1 Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :173900
Mopar Part Number :0TY0173900
TOYO OPEN COUNTRY WLT1

MICHELIN X-ICE SNOW SUV Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :32012
Mopar Part Number :0TM32012
MICHELIN X-ICE SNOW SUV

PIRELLI SCORPION WINTER Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :3746400
Mopar Part Number :0PR3746400
PIRELLI SCORPION WINTER

TOYO OBSERVE G3-ICE STUDDED Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :140740
Mopar Part Number :0TY0140740
TOYO OBSERVE G3-ICE STUDDED

UNIROYAL TIGER PAW ICE & SNOW 3 Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :47842
Mopar Part Number :0TUN047842
UNIROYAL TIGER PAW ICE & SNOW 3

PIRELLI WINTER SOTTOZERO III Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :2763800
Mopar Part Number :0PR2763800
PIRELLI WINTER SOTTOZERO III

BFGOODRICH WINTER T/A KSI Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :28304
Mopar Part Number :0TBF028304
BFGOODRICH WINTER T/A KSI
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PIRELLI SCORPION WINTER Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :3746400
Mopar Part Number :0PR3746400
PIRELLI SCORPION WINTER

MICHELIN X-ICE SNOW SUV Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :12445
Mopar Part Number :0TM12445
MICHELIN X-ICE SNOW SUV

NEXEN WINGUARD WINSPIKE 3 Winter

Manufacturer Part # :10900NXK
Mopar Part Number :0N10900NXK
NEXEN WINGUARD WINSPIKE 3

HANKOOK I PIKE RW11 (STUDDABLE) Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :2021293
Mopar Part Number :0HK2021293
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YOKOHAMA ICEGUARD G075 (STUDLESS) Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :110175131
Mopar Part Number :110175131T
YOKOHAMA ICEGUARD G075 (STUDLESS)

PIRELLI CINTURATO WINTER 2 Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :4135000
Mopar Part Number :0PR4135000
PIRELLI CINTURATO WINTER 2

PIRELLI WINTER SOTTOZERO III RUNFLAT Winter

Manufacturer Part # :3840500
Mopar Part Number :0PR3840500
PIRELLI WINTER SOTTOZERO III RUNFLAT

PIRELLI WINTER SOTTOZERO III RUNFLAT Winter

Manufacturer Part # :3840500
Mopar Part Number :0PR3840500
PIRELLI WINTER SOTTOZERO III RUNFLAT
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GOODYEAR WINTERCOMMAND ULTRA Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :781068579
Mopar Part Number :781068579Y
GOODYEAR WINTERCOMMAND ULTRA

DUNLOP SP WINTER SPORT 4D Winter

Manufacturer Part Number :265029118
Mopar Part Number :265029118Y
DUNLOP SP WINTER SPORT 4D

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