what brand and type of tire is best for a chevy HHR 2006 LT?

Asked by Aug 12, 2014 at 01:39 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet HHR

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I travel Raton Pass every three days and the pass can be horrible and need new tires before winter sets in

4 Answers

105

i have had very good luck with Uniroyal tires my favor t are tiger paws they have a 60,000 warranty on them and they do last that long if you rotate them on time and there fairly cheap i paid 170.00 for two installed

20,065

It depends what you are going to use them for. Some people that drive in harsh weather get the all weather tires, but they are a softer tread and wear a bit faster. Others go for the highway tires that are harder, harder riding, but last a bit longer. These are mainly summer early fall tires and may not be the best for wet weather driving. When I lived in the Midwest, (Iowa) several people had summer and winter tires and changed them out when the season called for it. Bigger up front cost, but safer to drive on tires made to handle the weather your encountering. The make you pick is really up to you. In S. California, I take the highway tires, medium ride, 50,000+ or higher guarantee, and don't pay attention to the harder ride. Some buy for the looks, some for the function, others make a decision on the price. I go for the safety as I hate to talk to insurance claim adjusters.

275

buy what you want and keep the chains very handy.

10

I have a 2007 hhr chevy i am haveing noise in front when hit bad places in road i look the tirea are less than a inch from the front springs what is wrong

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