Looking for Nissan tires?

Friday, March 19, 2010 by Tire Rack Team
Lucky for you, Tire Rack has a variety of potential Nissan tires. It just depends on the Nissan you drive, and where you actually drive it.

When you search by vehicle, we'll take all things into consideration to recommend the perfect set of Nissan tires. For example, if you drive a Maxima 3.5 SV—like the vehicle at left—then you might be interested in a set of Sumitomo HTR Z III tires. Especially since the winter months are finally behind us. These Max Performance Summer tires showcase Sumitomo's technical resources in their ability to perform at high speeds without compromising handling and stability. Or even traction, whether the road is wet or dry. (Just as long as it isn't icy, obviously.)

And just in case you're interested, our inventory includes a number of aftermarket wheels that will fit your Nissan. As long as you know what size you'll need and the particular look you're going for, we can set you up with a few options to consider.

Like what you see above? They're Bremmer Kraft BR02 chrome wheels.

Search for Nissan tires, or start building your Tire & Wheel Package.

Comments on Looking for Nissan tires?

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 by bob:
I haver a 2009 Nissan Cube with oe tires that are low profile tires. Can I put full size sidewall tires on my Cube?
Thursday, September 29, 2011 by ben@tirerack:
Hi Bob, depending on your wheel size, you may be able to run a smaller wheel with a taller tire and keep the correct rolling diameter. --ben@tirerack.com
Thursday, February 23, 2012 by Andrew McCambridge:
I am looking to replace the tires on a Nissan Patrol and their current type and size is:- BFGoodrich LT315/70/R17 121/118R M+S
I want to increase the tire size from 315, what do you recommend? vehicle is used off-road about 10% of the time so mainly road use, thanks
Thursday, February 23, 2012 by ben@tirerack:
We have not gotten a Patrol in for fitment testing, so we do not have specific size recommendations for it. To get bigger than the 315/70R17 you would need to go to a flotation size such as 35x12.5R17. -ben@tirerack.com

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