Ford Tires Centre
Our Tire Experts will help find the right tires based on your vehicle, your driving habits and your local conditions. We offer a full range of Ford-approved name brand tires. Plus, if you find a lower competitor’s price, we’ll match it with our 30-day price match program.
Some Unique Benefits
Price Match Promise
Find the right winter tires at the right price and with our Price Match Promise, if you find a lower advertised price from one of our competitors, we’ll match it.In order to receive a local competitor’s advertised price: (i) tires must be purchased and installed at your participating Ford Dealer; (ii) customer must present the competitor’s actual, local advertisement (containing the lower price) which must have been printed within 30 days of the sale; and (iii) the tires being purchased must be the same brand, and have the same sidewall, speed and load ratings as shown in the competitive advertisement. Offer only available at participating Ford dealerships. This offer is valid on the cost of the tire only and does not include labour costs, valve stems, mounting, balancing, disposal, and taxes. Offer does not apply to quotes or advertised prices outside of Canada, in eBay advertisements, by tire wholesalers and online tire retailers, or closeout, special order, discontinued, and clearance/liquidation offers. Offer may be cancelled or changed at any time without prior notice (except in Quebec). See your Service Advisor for details. Only available at participating locations.
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Find the Right Tires for your Ford from the 13 Major Tire Brands
Tires are engineered to deliver optimum performance and handling geared to your specific vehicle and driving habits. Naturally, you want your tires to last as long as they can. One of the ways to extend the life of tires is through proper care and maintenance, which is also important for safe operation, and may even help improve fuel efficiency.Follow our experts advices →
Tire Tread Depth
Tires should be replaced when tread depth is 1/16” (2 mm). Here’s an easy way to check your tread depth with a toonie. Slip the toonie in between the tread blocks. If the silver part of the toonie is covered, your tires are about half worn. If the tread only reaches the words « CANADA » or « DOLLARS », it’s time to replace your tires.
Sidewall Wear & Tear
While tread depth is an important indicator of tire wear, some signs can also appear on the sidewall. It’s important to check the sidewalls regularly for bulges and cracks as these can lead to slow leaks or even a blowout when driving at high speeds. Sidewall cracks and bulges can occur after driving over potholes or hitting a curb.
The right tires for every Ford. And every climate.
When the temperature dips below 7°C, it’s time for winter tires. The rubber compounds remain flexible even in extremely cold temperatures, allowing the tire to grip the road better. Plus, tread designs with larger gaps help provide increased traction on slush, snow and ice. All winter tires come with a mountain snowflake symbol to let you know that they meet specific traction performance requirements set by the Tire and Rubber Association of Canada.
Sometimes called summer tires, performance tires are designed to help give increased handling, superior traction, cornering and braking in certain dry and wet warm weather. They feature unique tread patterns, construction features, and rubber compounds to help provide enhanced precision and responsiveness. One of the most visible features that can help you spot a performance tire is the short, low profile sidewall.
All-season tires help provide versatile traction for certain wet, dry and lightly snow-covered roads. Grooves in the tread pattern help disperse water to help improve grip. All-season tires are designed to perform well in a variety of conditions, but because of this, they won’t provide the same amount of extreme grip and sharp handling as a performance tire, nor the ability to trek through deep snow or drive on ice. They’re kind of like the jack-of-all-trades of tires.
Tire Maintenance: how to care of your tires?
Proper tire care and maintenance is one of the many ways to extend the life of your tires. Here are some tips from the ones who know your Ford best.
Rotating tires means moving tires from one position to another. For example, putting the rear tires in front and moving the front tires back. Doing so ensures even wear to give your tires a longer life and can save you money.
Refer to your vehicle’s owner manual to find out the recommendation on how often tires are to be rotated and you can always ask your Ford technician about timing.
A properly inflated tire will last longer, and give you a more responsive, smoother ride. Proper inflation may even optimize fuel efficiency so it could save you money too.
Check your tire pressure at least once a month and make sure each tire is at the recommended PSI (pounds per square inch), which can be found in your owner’s manual or on the driver’s side door jamb.
Tire Mobility Kit
The Tire Mobility Kit has an air compressor to reinflate your tire, a pressure gauge to check that the tire is properly inflated, and a canister of tire sealing compound. The Tire Mobility Kit provides a temporary fix until you can get your tire repaired.
Your Ford vehicle may come with a Tire Mobility Kit if you don’t have a spare tire. This lets you reinflate a tire that has lost pressure or seal a punctured tread.
Correct wheel alignment may maximize your Ford’s performance, tire life, and gas consumption too. Everyday driving, especially on bumpy roads or over potholes, can throw your alignment off causing your vehicle to pull to one side or your steering wheel to vibrate. When the alignment is off, your tires may wear unevenly, decreasing their lifespan.
If something seems off while you’re driving, have your Ford technician check your vehicle’s alignment.