Best Tires for Honda Odyssey

Is it time to replace the tires on your Honda Odyssey? If so, consider the following all-season options for your minivan. My favorite tire for this vehicle continues to be the Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring. This tire certainly lives up to its name. It's a premium Grand Touring All-Season tire that provides excellent ride qualities, including superior comfort and low tread noise. In addition to a great ride, the tire offers fantastic all-season traction and long treadwear with a 70,000- or 80,000-mile treadlife warranty depending on speed rating.

Another great option for the Odyssey is the Michelin Defender. Although it is only made in the 235/65R16 size for this van, it's still a very popular choice. The Defender is currently the top-ranked Standard Touring All-Season tire in our customer survey results. This tire also has superior all-season traction and comes with a 90,000-mile treadlife warranty. Designed to help enhance fuel efficiency, Defender tires meet Michelin's Green-X low rolling resistance objectives.

Finally, the Firestone Precision Touring is a good value priced option for Odyssey owners. This tire performed very well in our testing with good grades in wet traction and stable handling. Customers really enjoy the tire, as it sits is second place in its category, only behind the aforementioned Michelin Defender.

Goodyear Assurance
ComforTred Touring


Firestone Precision

To view all tire options for your Honda Odyssey, shop by vehicle.


Thursday, November 19, 2015 by Dave Stobbe

I am wanting a set of winter tires for my 2007 Honda Odyssey and have used General Altimax Arctic tires for my Sienna for a few years and loved them. However, they don't make a 235/65/16 for the Odyssey. Can I get away with putting the 215/65/16 on the rims?
Friday, November 20, 2015 by Tire Rack Team

Dave, Though we do not recommend size 215/65R16, it technically can be used on the Odyssey as the load capacity of the Altimax Arctic is 1,653 lbs. per tire which will exceed the gross axle weight of the vehicle, though it will be an inch shorter than the stock tires. --

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