Tips for the Prices of Tires

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Learn the typical price for new tires and what to expect to get for your money when buying new tires with expert automotive tips in this free online auto repair and car maintenance video clip.

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Coming to you from A&R Tire, talking about how to buy tires. When you're talking about tire pricing, the proliferation of sizes makes it almost impossible to tell someone how much they're going to pay for a set of tires. Our tires start at $19 a piece and go up to--yesterday, we sold a set for an Aston Martin for $3,200. So it's really tough to tell somebody what they should pay for a tire price. The tire pricing and the size of the tire is going to affect the pricing completely. In a 13-inch tire, 155-13 to, like say, 185/70/13, that very price range is going to be about $19 to about $54. And your 14-inch sizes, you can start at about $40 a tire and go up to about a $100, and your 15, about $60 to a $120. Seventeen, you're going to start out about $80. It could go up to, say, $200. Your 18-inch starts--it's going to start about $100. It could go up to $200-$300, depending on the price. In your light-truck tire market, most of your current products, you can expect to spend $600 to $700-$800 for a set of tires.


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