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Get a better grip
Driving conditions in Canada can go from one extreme to the other, from whiteouts in winter to blistering heat in the summer. Choosing the right tire for the conditions will help you take your Subaru almost anywhere you want to go-safely, securely and with increased performance. When it comes to equipping your vehicle to handle whatever Mother Nature has in store, no one has more expertise than the Subaru Tire Experts. As the specialists who know your Subaru inside and out, we'll ensure you get the right tire for the right Subaru at the right price.
Get a better grip
Driving conditions in Canada can go from one extreme to the other, from whiteouts in winter to blistering heat in the summer. Choosing the right tire for the conditions will help you take your Subaru almost anywhere you want to go—safely, securely and with increased performance. When it comes to equipping your vehicle to handle whatever Mother Nature has in store, no one has more expertise than the Subaru Tire Experts. As the specialists who know your Subaru inside and out, we’ll ensure you get the right wheel and tire for your Subaru at the right price.
Be in control
81% of winter tire owners said their tires have saved them from a hazardous driving situation such as loss of control or a collision.Source: Tire and Rubber Association of Canada
Why Winter Tires?
Winter tires are specifically engineered with rubber compounds that keeptheir elasticity in colder temperatures and advance tread designs that gripbetter in dry, wet, icy and snowy conditions.
Here is a summary of tire types commonly used in Canada:
Winter: Strongly recommended for all road conditions when temperatures fall below 7ºC. The softer rubber compounds and deeper tread patternscombine to give winter tires the most traction possible across ice- and snowcovered roads.
All Season: These tires are optimized for the best all-around performance in the widest variety of weather conditions. When temperatures are cool, allseason tires offer better performance than summer tires; when the mercury rises into double digits, they perform better than winter tires.
Summer: Engineered for superior performance at temperatures above7ºC, summer tires provide excellent grip on dry pavement and displace water with surprising efficiency in the wet.
Recognizing winter tires.When shopping for winter tires, it is important to look for atire that displays the Three-Peak Mountain SnowflakeSymbol on the sidewall.
Winter Tires Will Stop You Sonner!
Vehicles equipped with anti-lock brakes and automatic transmission, travelling at 50 km on wintery road conditions, the chart below indicates how long it will take to stop with winter tires versus all-season tires.
Stopping Distance: Winter Tires Vs All-Season Tires
How do You Improve on Subaru's Legendary Traction in the Winter?
Winter tires offer the best traction during our cold and dark winter months, keeping you and your passengers on the road and out of harm's way.
Tires are important safety and performance components of your Subaru, especially because they’re the only parts that actually touch the road. You can help extend the life of your tires by checking their air pressures regularly, and having them rotated at the intervals located in your Warranty & Maintenance Booklet.
Why Subaru Genuine Winter Wheels?
Subaru Genuine Winter Wheels are developed and tested by the same engineers who designed your Subaru with durability and quality in mind.
Choosing the right Subaru Genuine Winter Wheels for your Subaru is extremely important. When it comes down to it, there are two types of wheels to choose from, Subaru Genuine alloy or steel wheels.
Steel wheels are heavier and significantly stronger than alloy wheels making them the ideal choice for use in Winter. The extra weight of steel wheels is an advantage to help keep your Subaru from slipping onice and snow.
Alloy wheels are much lighter than steel wheels and help maintain the look of your Subaru. Fuel economy is an advantage of alloy wheels, especially in city driving environments generally perform better thansteel wheels.