What are the best snow tires for Dodge Challenger?

I finally bit the bullet and bought the Dodge Challenger I’d always wanted, but I’m not so sure it’ll survive the winter weather in my city. What snow tires should I look into?

Macy Fouse · Answered on Jan 17, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
When you’re getting ready for winter weather, it’s important to remember to prepare your car for winter, too. For some, that includes adding a good set of winter tires to your car—and the best snow tires for a Dodge Challenger are Continental VikingContact 7 tires. These tires have a specific tread and composition that boost traction on icy roads to make driving in the snow less dangerous.
Before you invest a small fortune into snow tires, make sure you actually need them. In general, you only need snow tires if you live in an area that experiences a significant amount of winter weather. If your area only gets a few minor winter weather events a year, you can probably make do with all-weather tires instead. These kinds of tires are more capable than your all-season tires, but they aren’t as heavy-duty as snow tires. Michelin Pilot 4 tires are a good set of all-weather tires for the Dodge Challenger.
No matter what tires you choose for wintertime, be sure you swap them back to your all-season tires when the weather warms up. Winter tires or other tires with thicker treads aren’t meant to be driven in the summer—and doing so could lead to decreased performance and more frequent tire replacements.
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