Best All-Season Ford Focus Tires

The Focus is Ford's compact car entry. Introduced in model year 2000, and selling upwards of 200,000 per year, it can be considered a success. Last re-designed in 2010, you will find the entry-level tire size to be 195/65R15. But Ford offers many variations in trim levels, engine sizes and tire sizes, so always double check the size you have on yours before purchasing. Many drivers request a tire that features a quiet ride along with good wet, dry and snow traction. Since snow is the most difficult surface to deal with, it only makes sense to prioritize that area.  

Michelin Premier A/S
Michelin Premier A/S
Continental TrueContact
Continental TrueContact
General Altimax RT43
General AltiMAX RT43


Michelin Premier A/S - We like this tire for the winter traction it delivers. It also promises to maintain wet traction at higher levels than competitors as it wears. A 60,000-mile treadlife warranty also gives peace of mind that they will have a long service life.

Continental TrueContact - This is the long mileage king boasting a 90,000-mile treadlife warranty. The tire earns high marks in wet and dry grip. Snow grip has also proven to be very good.

General AltiMAX RT43 - With high levels of wet and snow traction, it is hard to find fault with this value-priced 75,0000-mile warranty option. It is a best seller in most offered sizes.

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