Tire Center


Ensure Your Honda's Performance

We often forget that the only point of contact between our vehicle and the road is its tires. This means the set of winter or summer tires that you put on your vehicle will have a direct and considerable impact on your safety and comfort as well as on your vehicle’s performance, fuel economy, and behaviour. In other words, you never want to compromise on quality when it comes to the tires of your Honda car, SUV, truck, or minivan.

It’s recommended that you choose trustworthy experts who know your vehicle best and who specialize in tires. When it comes to choosing the right tires for your Honda, there’s no one better to ask than the Honda tire experts at Moncton Honda’s tire centre. We know which tires best suit Honda vehicles and we’re confident that we have excellent tires at competitive prices. Visit our tire centre today and learn more about our winter and summer tires as well as our regularly updated special offers.

Store Your Tires at Moncton Honda

Moncton Honda offers a tire storage solution for you, our customers. Don’t worry about storing your tires each season, simply leave them with Moncton Honda and when you arrive for your appointment the next season, we’ll have them ready to put on! We will also store your tires for one season, at no charge, with any new tire purchase! Tire storage made easy at Moncton Honda. Another reason our slogan holds true: "Cars you can count on! A dealer you can depend on!"

Proper Tire Maintenance

Alignment - Poor alignment will cause tires to wear unevenly and have handling problems, such as “pulling” or vibration. Poor alignment will also increase your fuel consumption. Alignment should be checked annually, or every 25,000kms.

Balancing - If wheels are out of balance, you may feel it through the steering wheel. This could shorten the life of suspension components, lead to uneven tire wear and increase fuel consumption.

Rotation - Regular rotation will minimize wear and prolong the life of your tires. Front tires work harder than rear tires as they must bear the scrubbing action of steering as well as rolling wear. Common practice is to rotate tires approximately every 10,000kms.

Tread - Tires are designed to grip the road, allowing your vehicle to start, stop and go around corners safely in any weather. It is extremely important to check your tire treads for signs of wear. Tires are manufactured with a “wear bar” – when you see this wear bar, the tires must be replaced.

Damage - It is important to perform regular visual inspections of your tires for signs of damage and excessive wear. Look for embedded objects, such as rocks, nails or glass. Catching problems early can save you money and prevent tire failure.

Storage - When not in use, tires should be stored upright in an indoor location, out of direct sunlight or exposure to strong artificial light, heat, ozone (electrical motors) and hydrocarbons. If tires are stored on their rims, the pressure should be reduced to approximately 15 PSI to avoid cracking or deformation.

Measure your tire pressure at least once per month using a good quality tire gauge. A visual inspection is not sufficient to detect under or over-inflation problems.