- 1 What are the best tires for Audi A4?
- 2 Which Tyres do Audi recommend?
- 3 What is the best tire for the money?
- 4 What size tires does an Audi A4 have?
- 5 What brand of tires should I stay away from?
- 6 What are the top 5 tire brands?
- 7 What does Audi AO mean on Tyres?
- 8 How much does an Audi tire cost?
- 9 Do I need AO Tyres on my Audi?
- 10 What are the worst tire brands?
- 11 Are Walmart tires good?
- 12 What is the best all-season tire for the money?
- 13 Will 19 inch wheels fit Audi A4?
- 14 How long should Audi tires last?
- 15 How do I know what rims fit my car?
What are the best tires for Audi A4?
Top 10 List of The Best Tires for Audi A4 Recommended
- Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack.
- Michelin Premier A/S.
- Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring.
- Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus.
- General AltiMAX RT43.
- Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology.
- Continental PureContact LS.
- Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS.
Which Tyres do Audi recommend?
Audi recommended tyres in recent years have included many offerings from Michelin (Primacy 4, Pilot Sport 4, Pilot Alpin 5), Goodyear (F1 Asymmetric 3, EfficientGrip Performance) and winter tyres from Continental (the WinterContact) or Dunlop (the Winter Sport 3D and 4D).
What is the best tire for the money?
The General Altimax RT43 (T) is the highest-rated all-season tire based on Consumer Reports’ data. It’s one of the two recommended all-season tires alongside the Michelin Defender T+H. At $86.95, the General Tire has a great average price compared to other highly-rated all-season models.
What size tires does an Audi A4 have?
|2016 Audi A4 Quattro|
|Rim Size||Tire Sizes||Audi A4 Options|
|18-Inch||245-40-18||Premium (18 Inch Option)Premium Plus|
|19-Inch||255-35-19||Premium Plus (19 Inch Option)|
What brand of tires should I stay away from?
Brands of Tires to Avoid at All Costs
Westlake Tires. AKS Tires. Telluride tires. Compass Tires.
What are the top 5 tire brands?
Top Tire Brands
What does Audi AO mean on Tyres?
First of all AO is the Audi Tyre marking. This means Audi worked with the tyre manufacturer to develop this tyres, and it has been designed with their vehicles in mind. It doesn’t mean Audi worked with the tyre manufacturer at all. It means they both have done a deal for the tyre manufacturer to supply Audi OEM tyres.
How much does an Audi tire cost?
Decent 18” tires would probably cost $150–200 a tire. So I’d say 600–800, then add balancing and mounting fees. Strongly recommend a 4 wheel alignment which is another 80-$100. I would not skimp on the alignment with tires that size on an Audi.
Do I need AO Tyres on my Audi?
Re: Replacement Tyres – “AO” marking
There are no requirements to stick with Tyres that are recommended by Audi.
What are the worst tire brands?
There are many worst tire brands that produce the exact replica of branded original tires. But they use the low quality materials and release the product without any quality and safety checks.
Worst Tire to Stay Away From
- AKS tires.
- Compass tires.
Are Walmart tires good?
Overall, Walmart is a great place to shop for tires both online and in-store. You’ll find a great selection of popular tire brands and some of the lowest average per-tire prices compared to other popular tire stores. And installation is cheaper at Walmart than nearly anywhere else.
What is the best all-season tire for the money?
- #1 Michelin Defender LTX.
- #2 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ All-Season.
- #3 Hankook Kinergy PT.
- #4 Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady.
- #5 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season.
- Michelin: Best Tires Overall.
- Cooper: Most Affordable.
Will 19 inch wheels fit Audi A4?
Not at all, in fact on the B8 chassis 20″ is a very common upgrade and looks great especially when lowered. Thanks for helping figure out which tire size to go for on my 19“. 255/35/19 is OEM.
How long should Audi tires last?
When you purchase a new car from a dealer, the tires are commonly under warranty with the tire manufacturer, not from Audi or Audi Creve Coeur. These Audi A3 tire warranties continuously last anywhere between 2 – 4 years or between 30,000 – 50,000 miles depending on the brand and cover typical wear and tear items.
How do I know what rims fit my car?
The two easiest ways are to check the sticker plate in your car, it should be located inside the driver side door, or look online for the vehicle specifications for your exact make and model. That should tell you the standard rim size.