Bring Your Toyota Home

Bring your Toyota Home to Richmond Hill Toyota and experience what premium quality is all about. We deliver the right price on the right tires for your Toyota. Your Toyota tire size was carefully selected, considering factors like performance, safety and fuel efficiency. Toyota recommends that you stick with the original equipment tire fitment when purchasing and installing  winter or replacement tires.

Why Switch to Winter Tires?

Winter Tires are designed to perform optimally in both snowy conditions and cold temperatures, providing the performance and safety you expect. In fact, they're recommended as soon as the average daily temperatures drops below 7°C. Athough most new vehicles are designed with front-wheel drivetrains, all four wheels should be equipped with winter tires. All tires require linear (forward) traction and lateral (sideways) traction in order to prevent loss of control. 
H​​​​ere are some important tips about winter tires, that will make for safer driving this winter:

  • Always install four tires, not two. Four tires will optimize the ABS and electronic-stability systems.
  • Mixing tires with different tread patterns, internal construction, and size degrades the stability of the vehicle and should be avoided.
  • Ensure that your tires are properly inflated. Tire pressures will decrease as the temperatures drop, so checking the inflation once a month is recommended.
  • When your winter tires’ tread has worn to 6/32nds of an inch, it’s time to get them replaced.

    Taking Care of Your Toyota

Getting your car ready for the winter season and into a set of Winter Tires has never been easier. With a seasonal changeover or swap, our certified tire technicians will get you back on the road in no time. Stay safe during the many slippery months ahead.

As of Jan. 1st, 2016, all Ontario insurance companies were required by law to offer some type of winter tire premium discount. The average amount is five per cent. 

    Understanding Tire Sizes

Those letters and numbers are important indications of what you should look for when buying new tires. A common tire size is P225/65R17 - let's break it down.

P - Passenger car tire in P-metric sizes; without the “P” are “European” metric sizes.
225 - The width of the tire from sidewall to sidewall in millimeters.
65 - The height of the sidewall; the lower the number, the stiffer the sidewall.
R - Indicates Radial tire, constructed to strength, reinforcement and fuel efficiency.
17 - Determines the size of the steel or alloy wheel that the tire must be mounted on.

    Price Match Promise

Richmond Hill Toyota offers you the Toyota Winter Tire Price Match Promise. If you find a better price on new winter tire, we'll match it. Simply bring in a printed quote from a local competitor within 30 days, and we'll refund you the difference.

  • We offer Tire Storage
  • We make switching tires easier by using steel or aluminum rims
  • Don't wait until the first snowfall - book your apppointment today to avoid the rush at Richmond Hill Toyota.

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