The tires on my Ford Expedition are completely worn out and need to be replaced. It looks like there are a ton of options out there and I’m not sure where to start! Can you help me find the best tires for a Ford Expedition?
Michelin Defender LTX M/S is the best choice for highway driving and can handle year-round weather (think: mud and snow). However, know that this tire has a shorter lifespan averaging at 70,000 to 75,000 miles.
Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus offers a extensive lifespan of 80,000 miles not to mention extra-durable tread to reduce noise and absorb any vibrations from uneven terrain.
Bridgestone Blizzak DM-V2 is the best option to handle winter weather with its industry-leading traction technology.
No matter the tire you choose, be prepared for a new set of mid-range tires to cost $100 to $300 per tire, plus any labor fees that may be added on. Because new tires may put a dent in your wallet, why not cut costs on other car expenses? Fortunately, saving money on car insurance is a quick and easy place to start.
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