Winter / Snow Tire & Wheel Package for a Toyota Camry

Wednesday, September 7, 2011 by Doc Horvath

Camry in snowIf you have a 2002 or newer Toyota Camry, we have a great and inexpensive Winter / Snow Tire & Wheel Package that will get you through this coming winter. For $56* each, we have new steel wheels that are purpose built for the Camry, that can be combined with one of Bridgestone's best deep snow and ice tires, the Blizzak WS70. With all necessary hardware including lugs, center caps and centering rings included at no extra charge, along with free Hunter Road Force balancing, you can have your package installed easily before the first snowflakes begin to fall.

And do the Bridgestone Blizzak tires really live up to their reputation? Here at Tire Rack, we have tested them on ice and in snow, as well as driven them through South Bend, Indiana's 'mild" and "wild" winters. Throughout the years we haven't found an all-season tire that matches the Blizzak's confidence-inspiring combination of deep snow, packed snow and ice traction. The Blizzak WS70 represents the fourth generation of Bridgestone's WinterBiter tires that delivers wintertime traction and control while inspiring driver confidence. For more answers to questions about Bridgestone Blizzak tires, read "Bridgestone Blizzak FAQs."

*Prices subject to change

Comments on Winter / Snow Tire & Wheel Package for a Toyota Camry

Sunday, September 16, 2012 by Archer:
I need just one steel wheel to replace the narrow spare tire that came with the car. I already have a tire. Can I get just one wheel?
Monday, November 25, 2013 by Andy Shephard:
I have a 2010 Toyota Matrix. The design of the wheels allows snow to pack inside the rims and trough the wheels badly out of balance . What can I do . Thanks
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 by Doc:
Andy,
Unfortunately we have not heard of this issue in the past, and I'm not comfortable stating that any aftermarket wheels I could sell you would fix the issue. You may want to consult your dealer or visit an online owners forum for better advice. Sorry !

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