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Best Tires for Honda Accord: 2021 Review

The Honda Accord has been one of the top-selling cars in America since it was launched in 1976, and with good reason. The Accord offers a blend of reliability and affordability that make it a good fit for many drivers. Over the years, the Accord has come in sportier options as well as wagon and coupe styles. Known as one of the world’s most reliable vehicles, it’s no wonder there are still so many Accords on the road today.

Get the right tires for your Honda Accord

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If you need to replace the tires on your Accord, you’re in luck. There are a variety of good choices to fit your driving style and your climate zone. The Continental PureContact LS offers sure-footed grip in wet weather, but the treads are remarkably quiet. You’ll also see better fuel economy. If you’re looking for long-wearing tires with a smooth ride, check out the General Altimax RT43. It’s designed for steady traction in all seasons and built-in safety features include a replacement tire monitor and an alert for potential alignment problems. The Uniroyal Tiger Paw Touring A/S balances durability and affordability. Its all-season design delivers superior traction on wet pavement, and it’s also at home in light snow conditions.

All three tires are a great option for your Honda Accord. We offer a wide selection of tires to fit, along with competitive prices and fast, free delivery to a local installer.

  
  

Mileage

70,000
  

Mileage

75,000
  

Mileage

75,000

Performance Category

Performance Touring All-Season
  

Performance Category

Standard Touring All-Season
  

Performance Category

Standard Touring All-Season

Warranty

70,000
  

Warranty

75,000
  

Warranty

75,000

Road Hazard

1 year/first 2/32''
  

Road Hazard

None
  

Road Hazard

None
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Keep in mind tire sizes may vary by model year, trim level and drive train.


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