Best All-Season Honda Accord Tires

The ninth-generation Honda Accord introduced for model year 2013 has been a perennial favorite with many American sedan buyers. The popularity of this car platform naturally results in a lot of inquiries regarding what the best replacement tire may be. Many drivers request a tire that features good snow traction. Since snow is the most difficult surface to deal with, it only makes sense to prioritize that area.  

There are a number of different size options used on the variety of Accords on the road. With that in mind, always double check the size you have on your current tire to make sure you get it right the first time. Following are some top picks for the most commonly found size of 215/55R17. These options are for the two- and four-door trim levels of EX, EX-L Touring and LX-S

Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus
Pirelli Cinturato P7
All Season Plus
Michelin Premier A/S
Michelin Premier
A/S
Continental Pure Contact
Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology

 

Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus 

The best all-season option drivers who covet good snow traction. While it does give up some wet traction in exchange for the winter capabilities, most people will never use more than half of their available traction. That makes it a worthwhile trade off if you have to deal with snowy conditions. 

Michelin Premier A/S

The expanding rain grooves minimize loss of wet traction over the life of the tire. Snow traction is very respectable as well. It's always hard to go wrong with a Michelin tire.

Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology

Excellent wet and snow traction makes this a very good choice. Ride quality falls a little shy of the other options, but nothing too concerning except for the most discerning of riders.  

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