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  • Writer's pictureCaleb T. Hayes

The Best Place To Buy Tires In 2024 Is Actually Amazon

If you put your vehicle through the paces year-round, you need tires that are suitable for a wide range of road conditions. Each of my top picks will provide a smooth ride in every season.

best all season tires on amazon

FYI, prices and ratings are accurate as of time of writing.


Before we begin, here's a tip. When you buy tires from Amazon, you can have them shipped to your home, work, or a selected service center. Here are my top tire picks with hands-on reviews.


1. Fullway - High Performance Radial Tires


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Highlight: 4 tires for the price of 2 Amazon deal!

Helpful review: "These tires came in so fast! I was quoted a pretty expensive package deal from my mechanic. Given the fact I have an older car, I did not want to drop a ton of money. Found these on a google search and was surprised amazon had a carrier. Well, not really…ha! Never heard of the brand and neither did any one else I talked to, including the local tire guy. Figured I’d give them a try since it cut the price in half of what was quoted.
Delivery was like 3 days. I feel the difference and the ride is very smooth. To be continued on how great they are in snow. Nice deal though, as I’m sure the extra cash will go to the next issue of having an older car. Satisfied customer here!
UPDATE:
For the price. I'd buy these tires again. Understand. This purchase, I was skeptical at first because I thought I needed name brand tires, but this turned out to be a good choice. They are quiet and smooth riding. Just mounted them not too long ago (about 300 - 400 miles ago). Let's just say, if you're on a budget and you want to get rolling, buy them!
A FEW WORDS FROM A NEIGHBOR:
I was really hesitant about going with a brand that is well known but let me assure you these tires are EXCELLENT quality! They are much thicker tires than other brands, soft and extremely quiet. I will probably never buy another brand again! I ordered the tire on Amazon and it was delivered the next day in my rural town in Florida. I am extremely happy with the quiet ride in my car. They would have charged me twice the price at a tire shop if I needed it today.
AND ON TO MY FRIEND’S REVIEW:
I am a believer in these XL tires. The stronger side walls provide better cornering and less body roll. Steady smooth ride on unforgiving and uneven chewed up roads. In the past I used brand name recommended passenger rated tires but these tires outperform them by far. They ride perfectly balanced on the highway at any speed. I cannot speak for longevity yet. A hiccup at the installation center over price was quickly cleared up by Amazon customer service who were amazing. I understand that buying an unknown brand can be a tough choice but so far these are great tires!! So all in all, I’ll say that they grip the road, they’re quiet, they look good, and they’re cheap. I don’t care about the name brand. These tires are great. If you’re on the fence about them I definitely recommend them and will likely buy them again in the future." — Ronald Moore

Get it from Amazon now: $238.99 & FREE Returns

 

2. CROSSMAX - SUV Radial Tire

Top-rated: 255 ratings


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Highlight: Multi-pitch pattern designed to decrease noise levels.

Helpful review: "I purchased and had it delivered to my local shop. When I called to confirm the appointment you could tell they were expecting a garbage tire when I told them what was coming. Went for my appointment, 15 mins later they came out to tell me it was done, and a perfect match to my ridiculously priced dealer installed Nissan Rogue tires. Same thickness, tread depth and pattern. Definitely recommend. Already ordered another to seal up and have as a spare.
UPDATE:
These tires looked like they would last a long time, so I put another set on my son’s car. They ride smoothly, they are quiet, and they do great in rain. I can't wait to see what they do in the snow. I have only had these for 3 months and they have done great.
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
I've been on these for about 6 weeks now on a minivan being used for work. They handle a lot of weight everyday, and they do great! Really impressed with the snow and wet traction as well as braking.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
These tires were perfectly round (most aren't), and needed absolutely no balance weights. Never in my life have I ever seen tires like this. The high tread wear rating was a complete surprise, too. When I took my equinox on a road trip, the tires handled it well in the curves. There was no noticeable road noise." — Jerry T. Logan

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3. Summit - Ultramax HP Tire

Top-rated: 1,676 ratings


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Highlight: 50K-Mile Treadwear Warranty.

Helpful review: "I couldn't find a bad review on these. The price is unbeatable. I gotta throw em on my car (ford fusion hybrid) and see how it goes. They arrived naked, but undamaged. The dot was 3223. So they were made around August which is great! They are new enough tires. That was my next biggest concern ordering online was getting old tires. So far so good! I'll update after I put miles on em.
UPDATE 1:
I put them on the car at my local Firestone. They feel great. They are quiet enough. I would rate road noise as average. The grip in the rain has been fine. Average again. Not throwing the car into corners(yet) but I drove around town in the rain and never lost grip. Very happy with these tires initially.
UPDATE 2:
Been driving the heck out of my car with these tires just ONE COMPLAINT. They are quiet. They grip well. They haven't negatively affected my mpg, but it does seem that they're hard for the shop to balance. I had to take them back after the initial period of vibration. They didn't get the balance right. Other than that, I'm super duper happy with these damn tires. I usually just “buy once cry once” and get Michelin because I trust them, but I have no regrets going with these.
UPDATE 3:
I have put a few thousand miles on these, I am SHOCKED how good they are. In the American southeast with torrential rain, this cold front, and all general driving, these tires have performed as good as any Michelin I've paid the big bucks for. I cannot recommend these tires more!
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
From having the Vercelli Strada II and Achilles ATR Sport 2, this tire from Summit is better than both in many areas. It is quieter, easier to balance, and cheaper than both of them. As for treadwear they are rated for about the same across all three I've used. If balanced and rotated properly the tire should last well into the 40k miles under realistic conditions. My 02 mustang that i have has awful worn out suspension which causes the tire to wear unevenly, yet this tire hasn't been worn enough to need to be replaced yet. Bought and had the 2 mounted on the front since the beginning of 2023 and now going into the new year this tire has not worn much even with bad suspension and slightly off alignment. On the road the tire is also quiet at almost all speeds. Tire grips very well in dry weather as well and have zero issues with wet weather as I live in the midwest with all kinds of weather patterns. If you need a cheap high performance that can handle 160+ mph and actually hold well in all around weather it does not get better than this. You can get this tire for under $100 vs going to a retail shop and spending upwards to almost $200 per tire to get the same performance and life expectancy, yeah i'd rather not.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
First off, I was a bit skeptical that this brand could deliver a quality tire with traction that rivals the name brands that cost so much more. So the tires have been installed on my Genesis for almost 3 months and I can honestly say these tires give good feedback and AA traction. In the cold December rain here in Texas, the only way to test them is to smash the pedal from a standing start and see if they grip or spin. I'm impressed. With 330+ hp to the back wheels they hook up well. Cornering at a moderate pace inspires confidence. I will most likely throw another pair of these on the car." — Lee Custer

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4. Milestar - Sport Performance Radial Tire


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Highlight: Best value for money.

Helpful review: "These are my go to cheap tires. I have used them when I needed tires in a pinch for my: 2001 Toyota Camry (commuter car), 2011 Honda Pilot, & now my 2015 Civic Si (also a commuter car) over the last four years.
On the Camry which was slow & relatively lightweight, they outlasted the car. They were on for over a year & the car was used for a 100 mile daily commute. They were barely showing any wear when I let the car go.
On the Pilot, we were wearing out the OEM Goodyears in under 20k. They were twice the cost & not very good tires for the heavy SUV. The Milestars last almost two years per set & I have never had one fail. My wife is the primary driver of the Pilot & really puts it through it's paces. It will break grip in extremely heavy rain with "floor stomping" acceleration, otherwise they communicate well
Since the Si is now my road car for the 100 mile commute, I have grown tired of replacing the fairly expensive Continental summer tires that came on it (remember 25k+ each year). There were all-season OEM's but they were not much cheaper & have now gone out of production. I considered a few "performance" tires, but remembered my go to. So far they have worked well, & I drive it fairly spiritedly. For the price, I'd be more inclined or not at all resistant to replacing them at these low prices even if I get less than the expected mileage.
PROS:
Price, fairly durable for "cheap" tires, balance without issues, are quiet compared to OEM on my vehicles, decent performance. They wear very well on lighter vehicles. Consistently manufactured (all look the same, are round, don't knot/split/dry rot) Don't look cheap.
CONS:
Will break traction if pushed too hard in heavy rain (overly aggressive), are not snow/ice tires, the name needs to go!! They are at their root, cheap "outsourced" tires.
BOTTOM LINE:
I'm not implying that these are the new sliced bread, but they have exceeded my earlier expectations at their price point compared to my prior purchases. I love sticky rubber, but I can't justify spending $600 or more each year just to blaze around curves. As long as their quality remains consistent, I'll keep them on my short list of tires." — Jay Davis

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5. Hankook - Kinergy Radial Tire


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Highlight: Asymmetric tread pattern design.

Helpful review: "Glad to see Amazon upset the tire market with these tires. These are the 2nd set purchased, one for a 2007 G35x and now a 2012 Camry SE 4-cyl (17" wheels). I'm in my 60s now. I had worked as a tire mechanic as a young adult, and I've purchased many sets of tires in my lifetime. This Hankook tire is as good as any of them, including any Michelin version out there.
The tires wear and balance well. Amazon did its homework carrying this brand. For now, this is the best tire deal out there for most who just want solid OEM replacement tires.
TIRE ROTATION TIP 1:
Rotate your tires every 6,000 miles. Except for the first time, do it at 3,000 miles.
TIRE ROTATION TIP 2:
Crisscross the tires at each rotation. The Owner's Manual tells you otherwise and my experience says otherwise.
The following assumes your vehicle's wheel alignment is within spec. If you crisscross your tire rotation at each interval (Tip 2), each tire spins in the opposite after rotating. If this makes sense, consider brand new tires to have a ZERO directional mile count.
The goal is to not allow your tires to spin more than 3,000 mi in either direction. So, that's why rotate at 3,000 mi on the first rotation interval.
During the 2nd interval, after 3,000 mi of tire spinning, you're back to a ZERO directional mile count. You might as well just leave the tires alone and allow them to spin another 3,000 mi so now you have spun 3,000 mi off of the ZERO direction mile count. Hence, why you wait to rotate at 6,000mi on the 2nd thru nth intervals.
Truck tires GREATLY benefit from this scheme because of the size of the rubber chunks that make up the tire. Tire "singing" is caused by the heel-toe wear on those rubber chunks and using this rotation scheme keeps the heel-toe wear equalized over time.
This condition is especially prone to all-terrain tires. Use this rotation scheme and your tires will lose their voice over the wear life of your tires. For passenger vehicles with normal to smaller sized tires, you can likely get away with a 4,000mi/8,000mi scheme and not worry about tire singing.
ONE CAVEAT:
If your vehicle's alignment is not right, forget the above. Avoid curbs and major potholes and you should be good. Tire singing is big profit for tire shops and the answer is always: "you need an alignment". That may be true. You also just may need to rotate your tires as mentioned above.
ANOTHER TIP:
Don't over-torque your lugs (see mfg specs and if you can't find it, use 80 ft lbs to be safe). Many tire shops will torque them to 150 lbs or more causing rotor warping. If you can learn to safely rotate tires yourself (see YouTube for tips), you can save time and money while doing it right.
LAST TIP:
Inflate your tires to 35psi regardless of what your car says. It's a safe pressure that will roll with little resistance and provide even tread across the width of the tire. Plenty will argue my tire science, but, I get 90,000 mi out of my 2005 Toyota Tacoma tires and the roll as smooth and quietly at 90k as they did at ZERO mi.🙂" — Camera Shy

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6. Vercelli - Strada Radial Tires


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Highlight: 2 for the price of 1 Amazon deal!

Helpful review: "I have a Mercedes C63 AMG and I have tried so many brands of tires. Out of all the tires, these are the cheapest and longest lasting I have found. For the most part you're just paying for the name on the tire. Let me start this part by saying that my car eats tires.
The most mileage I have ever gotten out of a set on the rear is about 3,500 miles (and yes, my alignment has been done). So do yourself a favor and just buy these. I mean they are cheap enough that if you do decide to get something else, you won't be out much money at all. Just consider this a test RIDE. Highly recommend it!
UPDATE:
I got a second set of these and they are awesome. look super sporty and last a long time for what they are. Seller made sure they got here super fast and shipped them almost instantly after I ordered. So I will continue to purchase tires from Amazon and the Vendors that supply them. Very impressed on delivery, arrived as requested with 2 day delivery.
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
So far I've put about 15-20k miles on these tires on a Lexus LS430 which is a heavy car. Tires do ok in the rain. They don't slide around, but they can spin a bit coming off a stop. Dry performance is the same as every other tire, not too hard, not too soft. As for quality? I've had these tires up to 130 mph multiple times and had no issues. My car is on coil-overs so I can throw it around easier. I can take on-ramps at 70 and they hold the curve. No odd hear, no excessive wear, for the price I have no complaints and I work in a tire shop. So to sum things up, for the price, you can’t pass these up. They arrived early, shipped from Michigan to Wyoming. And they are actually pretty nice, beefy tires.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
So far, these have been a very good deal (unbeatable really). The ride is smooth and they are quiet. I think that there are much higher performance tires. But if you are simply looking for a good tire in this size for regular driving/touring, these tires are likely one of the best deals that you will find (especially with free shipping!). Note that the side "art" of the tire is (or at least can be) different from that which is pictured (mine is sort of a checkered flag pattern)." — Ash Padgett

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7. Lexani - Performance Radial Tire


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Highlight: The four longitudinal grooves provide efficient water channeling to improve wet road capabilities.

Helpful review: "Arrived on time, even though I was a bit impatient. Got the tires computer balanced and mounted at a Professional Tire shop. Hit the highway for an hour long drive back home. It was previously raining but began to morph into a thunderstorm. My 1998 LS400 drove flawlessly, quiet, and smooth at 60 mph. As the rain lightened up I managed to get it up to 72 mph and it still drove great.
As my rate of speed and travel direction caused me to exit the storm which was passing over. My last 15 miles to my home is filled with small hills, but multiple curves and 3 sharp turns. 45 mph tops is what I chose to go on the straight away and 30 to 35 mph on curves and under 25 mph on the sharp ones. And I got to tell you these tires are amazing. They actually gripped the road with no slips due to the wet conditions. Mind you. These are new tires of course. Will update in about 6 months, but to be completely honest I don't drive my Lexus much.
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
Got these for my aftermarket wheels, planning on running them till winter rolls around. Some weeks I drive about 400 miles, and every other month I take road-trips (of about 2,000 miles). I'm surprised how smooth these are on the road, and how they don't slip in wet conditions. I have Goodyear tires that have cost me $765 a set. They aren't as good as these. Now, I have this right hand turn I make to get on the main road, and it's kind of on a small slope. So every time I take it a little too fast, I lose traction even when it's dry out. With these tires, I've taken that turn the same way on wet and dry conditions and they don't even skip a beat. Definitely good tires for the price!
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
These replaced 4 Nitto tires on a 2007 Mustang GT/CS. Being as I'm not sure how much longer I will have the vehicle I decided not to buy super expensive tires this time. Very pleased with these so far. Had them installed at Pep Boys. No problems balancing them and they drive as smooth as can be (hopefully that will always be the case). I've only put a couple hundred miles on them so far and will definitely update the review if necessary--otherwise consider me a satisfied customer! I like the tread design on these; it looks very much like the Nitto tires that they replaced. Very impressed!" — B. Racks

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8. Hankook - Ventus V2 Concept 2 Radial Tires


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Highlight: 2 for the price of 1 Amazon deal!

Helpful review: "I've had these tires for about 3-4 thousand miles now and I've definitely noticed two main weaknesses of these tires compared to the original Dunlop SP7000s that I had for 77,000. These tires seem to result in less compliant drive, possibly due to softer side walls. The car feels less stable and more vague in corners.
Also, my fuel economy went down by 2 mpg, and I am commuting on exactly the same road. The tire is about the same in terms of noise. This explains the relatively low prices. They are made in Indonesia. Honestly, I would not buy them again. My next tires will either be Dunlop SP7000 again or some other brand that's available at the time of next replacement. Can not recommend them, unless price is the primary consideration.
UPDATE:
All the concerns have dissipated and I am now fully satisfied with these tires. The traction, noise and wear are excellent. 11,000 miles on them and can't see any wear yet. Considering the low price, they are an excellent value.
MY FRIEND’S REVIEW:
Sweetest tires I've ever had, After 5 years of having the stock tires, it was time to replace them. The dealership was charging me 600 dollars for replacement and installation. That was a huge nope for me. I did my research and these Hankook tires were the best match for my car (Corolla 2013 on stock rims). Not only did I saved money, I even got better tires than the ones I had. I did buy all 4, Shipping was very quick and professional installation cost me around $100.
A FEW WORDS FROM A NEIGHBOR:
Put this tire on the rear of my 2013 HD Street Glide and will never mount another bike tire. This thing has gone across the US loaded to the gills more than once as well as a lot of commuting miles. It’s stable and predictable in all weather conditions and temperatures. This is the second one I’ve purchased, by the way. Installed myself with 5oz of balance beads and it runs like a dream. But you will have to figure out the pressure that works for your situation. Once it’s dialed in, it’s money." — Sharon Brown

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9. TBB - High Performance Radial Tire


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Highlight: Great traction on snow-covered roads.

Helpful review: "I drive a Porsche Cayman S and previously had the Pirelli P-Zeros which handle amazingly in dry conditions, but they only lasted 1 year with 8000 miles with very light use! So for less than half the price of the Pirellis, I decided to try these TBB's and this is my honest opinion after 3 months.
Excellent value! They have a softer ride than the P-Zeros, which is fine, because my suspension is stiff and I feel every bump with the P-Zeros. Now although the TBB's don't handle as well in dry conditions, for the price and the light sport driving I do, they're great, and they handle better in wet conditions than the Pirellis! These are great tires! Now I just have to see how long they'll last. I will update this review if anything happens but so far so good!
MY FRIEND’S REVIEW:
I’m always skeptical about using unknown brands, but these tires are terrific! They handle well on pothole streets, they perform safely, they are good looking, and provide a quiet ride. No mileage guarantee. For the price I can replace them with brand new easily. I was even able to utilize an Amazon tire shop to install them. I recommend them for anyone looking to save money.
A FEW WORDS FROM A NEIGHBOR:
Excellent tires! Quick delivery. Excellent value for money! I was always afraid to buy lesser known brands, but today I see that this is silly because the quality of these tires is great! Got around 2k miles on them. Noise level is better than expected. Comfortable ride. Reasonable price! Including having mavis installed. No more spending money on expensive tires, which most of the time are expensive just because of the brand! I like these tires so much… So why pay double, just for brand name?" — Troy Levi

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