Do you have a Toyota Highlander Limited, Sport or Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited? If you have looked to replace the original tires (245/55R19) the only option is the Original Equipment tire. Tire Rack does have an alternative tire size that may be used. Check out the 255/55R19 which will fit the stock Toyota wheels without any problem. Using the 255/55R19 will open up a few more tire options. See what some other Toyota Highlander owners thought about the 255/55R19 on their vehicle below.
A few top tires in the alternative size 255/55R19 include:
Bridgestone Dueler HL Alenza Crossover/SUV All-Season Tire Category
"Finally an upper Midwest 19" tire for the 2008 Toyota Highlander Sport! My Highlander spends a few days a week in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and the snow is deep. The original tires wore out in scary 13,000 miles (Toyo A20) without a suitable replacement. Go one size wider, with a big warranty and the vehicle is transformed with the help of Bridgestone, to winter ready. However, there are two downsides, the tires flat spot over night and cause a shake for the fir st few miles of driving- it goes away. The other negative, the fuel economy decreased a bit with the slightly bigger tire. Nice tires overall, quiet, and built to last. Thanks, Bridgestone and the Tire Rack." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, Weston, WI
Michelin Latitude Tour HP Crossover/SUV All-Season Tire Category
"Replaced 245/55 R19 OEM tires @ 30,000 miles with 255/55 R19 tires. Noticed much quieter ride and increased gas m ileage of approx. 1 to 1.5 mpg which was suprising for a increase in tire size." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, Rockford, IL
Dunlop SP Sport Signature High Performance All-Season
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