I have a 2004 Ford focus and need new tires, what tires would you put on?
- Free AdviceLv 62 months ago
ARIZONA BRAND TIRES FROM DISCOUNT TIRES
- Robert MLv 72 months ago
The only tires worth nuying are known as LOW ROLLING RESISTANCE< green, or fuel saving ones. I had MICHELIN GREEN tires on my BENZ. They carried an 80,000 miles warranty! FANTASTIC! Quiet and great in all types of weather. Ate potholes with grace! CONTINENTAL and YOKOHAMA also make gas savers as well. For WINTER use BRIDGESTONE ICE TIRES! They have microscopic suction cups! Your FORD is one of the best cars out there! Use PENNZOIL PLATINUM oil that gives a 500,000 miles extended warranty, and install a set of DENSO TWIN TIP IRIDIUM LASER spark plugs! Keep your engine clean periodically with GUNK ORIGINAL engien cleaner and a DIY car wash! A CLEAN engien dissipates heat more evenly and prevents the breakdown of the CRANK SENSOR! GOOD LUCK!
- 2 months ago
whatever the owner's manual recommends
- 2 months ago
Allied discount tires is the best
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- FLv 62 months ago
It's tempting to go for the cheapest you can find on an old car, but when you see some of the tyre test results, the WET braking distances between premium tyres and budget is huge, possibly the difference between no crash and dying.
However, premium manaufacturers also make "eco" tyres with very low rolling resitance for maximium mpg. An ounce of common sense will tell you that "very llow rolloing resitance = low grip. In a test, Continental's eco tyre performed worse than a cheapo chinese one.
- RichardLv 62 months ago
whatever the owner's manual recommends...
- Coffee DrinkerLv 72 months ago
Depends what my plan is for the car and what kind of weather in my area.
Here's a good option for a half decent all-season tire with a decent warranty at a pretty low price:
Here's a more expensive top of the line option:
- AlCaponeLv 72 months ago
Cheap used ones because new ones will likely outlast your 2004 vehicle.
- PercyqtedLv 72 months ago
My daughter always asks for mid-range round black ones.
A decent tire shop will know what to fit even if you don't
- BrianLv 72 months ago