Toyota Tires for the Highlander Models with 19" Wheels

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 first 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 mileage 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

New size, no Toyota Highlander Consumer Reviews yet (but keep checking our site).

Click on each tire to see tire test results and tire survey results

Comments

Thursday, October 7, 2010 by Jon

Will swapping from the OEM tire to the 255/55/19 cause any check engine lights or other adverse reactions with the highlander? Is this the best replacement for that horrible OEM Bridgestone? Thanks,
Thursday, October 7, 2010 by Chad

Yes, the 255/55R19 is a good alternative and will work as normal with the vehicles computer system. The Bridgestone Dueler HL Alenza would be the best option in my opinion.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 by <a href="http://www.autopartsdeal.com/toyota/wheel

I agree. And the 255 you speak of fits well with the highlander. It's all compatible.

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