Best All-Season Tires for the Honda Accord

The Honda Accord has been one of America's best-selling cars for decades. With great styling and ample room for passengers to go along with excellent fuel economy, the Accord is a staple on the American highway. And, when the time comes to replace tires, Accord drivers should take a look at the following all-season options.

If you're in an area like the Northeast or Midwest that receives its fair share of snow, then consider the Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring. This tire has superior all-season traction and as its name entails, the tire offers a very smooth, quiet and comfortable ride. This Grand Touring All-Season option is currently the top-rated tire in our Tire Survey Results.

Maybe you're looking to make your Honda a little more responsive? Then check out the Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position. This Ultra High Performance All-Season tire has superior handling and cornering, as well as great traction. This summer, when we compared a set of these Bridgestone tires against three competitors, the RE970AS Pole Position came out on top. A detailed report of our testing can be found by taking a look at "Testing Bridgestone's Potenza RE970AS Pole Position Ultra High Performance All-Season Tire."

Finally, if you're looking for great value, the General AltiMAX HP is the tire for your Honda. This General tire is one of the most popular all-season tires for the Accord as it offers excellent all-season traction, a smooth and comfortable ride and typically, tire prices for the AltiMAX won't break the bank.

Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring
Goodyear Assurance
ComforTred Touring
Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position
Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS
Pole Position
General AltiMAX HP
General AltiMAX

When you're looking at auto tire dealers for your next set of Honda tires, be sure to shop by vehicle to find the proper set for your driving needs.


Tuesday, February 21, 2017 by R. Norman

I purchased Michelin Energy all season tires- tried to sell me Premier but glad I purchased Energy- quiet ride, very low rolling resistance and good fuel economy, acceptable traction in rain and light snow . Only complaint- tread seems to pick up small stones but this may disappear with use.

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