Best Tires for Your Honda Accord

There is no doubt that the Honda Accord is very popular with North American drivers. As there are many Accords on the road, drivers will need to replace their vehicle's tires. But, which one is best for this application?

Continental's PureContact with EcoPlus Technology has been a favorite with drivers for over a year. Our customer feedback surveys and in-house testing have found it to be an excellent choice. The very good ride quality, excellent traction in all conditions and generous treadlife warranty also make this tire very appealing. Continental's specialized tread compound and design propel this tire down the road with less effort which shows the tire's Low Rolling Resistance capabilities to aid in improving fuel economy. 

Another option to consider is the Michelin Premier A/S. Michelin is known to shake up the tire industry and they have done just that with this new tire. The Michelin Premier A/S replaces the long-standing king of Grand Touring All-Season tires, the Michelin Primacy MXV4. Like the Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology, the Michelin Premier A/S delivers outstanding ride quality. However, what sets this tire apart from any other on the market is the tread design and compound. As the tire wears, the tread grooves widen and emerging grooves appear, enhancing the tire's wet weather and winter traction. 

Shop by vehicle to see if the Michelin Premier A/S or Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology are available for your application.


Saturday, January 3, 2015 by Abby

Please provide prices too
Monday, January 5, 2015 by AJ

Hi Abby,
Tire pricing varies by manufacture and by tire size. It is best to search by vehicle (see the link above) to find the pricing for the tire you wish to purchase.
Thank you,
Saturday, September 12, 2015 by steph gant

Can I put 225 60R16s on an accord or is that too much tire?
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 by Tire Rack Team

Steph, What year is the accord?
Friday, September 9, 2016 by Joe

I have a 2016 Honda Accord Sport w/235/40 R19 V96 Alloy Wheels, I am looking to downsize a little for the Winters but I am having trouble finding information on what smaller tire sizes what fit without reducing safety.

Are you able to provide any details or direction here?

Monday, September 12, 2016 by Tire Rack Team

Joe, On the stock wheels, you current size is the smallest recommended. You could however do a wheel and tire package with smaller diameter wheels. If you would like to discuss this option further, please give Sonny a call at 888-428-8355 ext. 4789

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