any tire recommendations for a 1999 camry/xle under 90k mile?

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  • 1 year ago
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    Thumbs to G, but that only applies to the 4 cylinder model; V6 models have 15" wheels, so they used 205/65R15. As for tires, it's a matter of preference. Go to a tire store and price tires. I had to do that with my 4 cylinder 1999 Camry LE. Tires for 14" wheels are not a size that places generally carry. They have to order them and the tires will arrive in a day or two. As for brands; Their at different tiers. You don't need to spend over $400 for a good set of tires. It's a 20 year old Camry. You want safe, new tires Good luck.

  • g
    Lv 7
    1 year ago


    Your 1999 Toyota Carmy XLE requires the use of 195/70R14 sized tires unless it was upgraded sometime in the last two decades.

    If you are running 195/70R14 tires there are several good quality tire choices to choose from.

    Personally I'd go with either the General AltiMAX RT43 or the Yokohama AVID TOURING-S. Both great bang for the buck tires, especially the General AltiMAX.

  • Todd
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    I went Goodyear on a '82 Volvo having 150,000 miles on it with no power steering. It probably had a lot more miles on it because the mileage counter didn't work. It went from a hard turner into a very slow race car :) It was like I had power steering without the hydraulics.

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