When looking for tires for your 2019 BMW, you need to think carefully about what you are looking for. Different kinds of BMWs need different tires. For example, your 2019 BMW X5 needs a completely different set than your 2019 BMW 330i.
When choosing which tires you need for your car, you need to keep in mind what kind of season you’re driving in. Not only do different makes need different tires, different seasons do too!
If you live in a climate that is warm and sunny, performance tires may be a good choice. Your 2019 BMW 530i can reach speeds of 149 miles per hour or more with the right tires. In fact, performance tires are sometimes called “max performance tires” or “extreme performance tires” because of the high speeds your vehicle can reach.
Performance tiles are also great because they have excellent traction on pavement. Be careful, however, because they do not perform as well in the rain. If you frequently get thunderstorms and rain showers high performance tires may not be the best choice.
Performance tires are significantly more expensive than other tires. Regular tires and all-season tires come at lower costs and tend to be better for budget savvy drivers. These tires will set you back about $150 to $350 per tire.
For drivers living in areas with a constantly changing climate, all-season tires are a good choice. The good news about all-season tires is that they perform pretty well in snow, in the rain, and on dry surfaces. With all-season tires, you won’t need to worry about changing your tires every time the weather changes!
Another great feature of all-season tires is that they can perform in weather as cold as 100 degrees below freezing! If you’re taking your 2019 BMW X3 on a winter road trip, this could be a good option for you.
Whether you’re looking to deck out your 2019 BMW 540i for winter weather or you just want some affordable tires, all-season tires are not too pricey. The average all-season tire will cost you roughly $100 to $200 per tire.
For drivers wanting to take their 2019 BMW X2 out on an off-roading trip, all-terrain tires are the best choice. These tires will take you through muddy, swampy, and sandy situations.
Do keep in mind, however, that all-terrain tires do not drive well on streets. If you do not frequently use your car on backroads and adventure trips, mud-terrain tires are not the right choice.
Like every other big purchase, a new set of tires is an investment. If you’re looking to buy all-terrain tires, you’ll typically have to pay around $150 to $200. These are slightly less affordable than purchasing all-season tires.
Whichever type of tire you decide to purchase, the main thing is to buy the right car! At Oz Leasing we’ll get you a car that works for whatever you need it for.