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SUV tires are quite different from usual car tires: they have a deep thread for great traction in off-road conditions, as well as a high load index. You can become unstoppable in pretty much any terrain and weather, but carefully choose your right set of tires. Utires.com offers a wide range of more than 500 models of used SUV tires in perfect condition. Many of them have been driven only once!
4 Main characteristics of SUV tires
SUV offers a good balance of comfort while on the paved road and stability and safety during an off-road drive. It provides great handling in adverse conditions — and by choosing the right tires you can improve traction even more. Let’s see why.
Tread depth: good traction in off-road conditions
SUV tires usually have much higher tread depth which allow good traction in off-road conditions. You can see when it’s time to change a tire by looking at the tread wear indicators — small bumps on the tires that are placed between the grooves. In case they are leveled with the tread, you should change the tire immediately.
The minimum legal tread depth for general road tires is 1.6 mm. But you should definitely not go that low, as these tires will not perform well on wet roads, snow or ice. The braking performance will be reduced, and so will be the safety of your car.
UTires’ selection of used SUV tires has hundreds of models with plenty of tread left. If you are looking for a used tire that will last longer, aim for more tread — 8/32’-10/32’. If you just need a spare or are planning to replace these tires soon, 6/32’ or 7/32’. Would be just enough. Tires with 11/32” or 12/32” can basically be considered new. And don’t forget to check out our category “Driven once” amongst your chosen models! Our goal is to give you safe, manually checked tires from the best manufacturers with good discounts and free shipping.
Tread design: directional and asymmetric
The tread is the part of the tire which gets in contact with the road, and tires these days have a wide variety of models. SUVs are made to perform in tough road conditions off-road, including mud or snow, therefore, most of them have directional or asymmetric tread patterns. This helps to get perfect traction and grip but also to channel excess moisture, mud or slush. Let’s see what defines these patterns.
Directional tread pattern — the tread has a v-shaped pattern with wide grooves between the tread blocks. The arrow on the sidewall shows which way the tire has to roll (can be only one direction). Tires with the directional pattern are great for wet roads. Even if the driver accelerates to high speeds, this design will help to protect the tire from aquaplaning. Directional also works great on snowy and muddy roads.
Asymmetric tread pattern — combines multiple tread patterns in order to offer the best traction on a variety of roads or weather conditions. Asymmetric is great for wet roads and difficult surfaces, but also offers great handling and stability at high speeds
Speed index: designed for moderation, but can go pretty fast
Speed index (also called speed rating) shows the maximum speed at which a tire can carry the weight shown by the load index. The number shown by the manufacturer was tested in ideal road conditions, but in real life it also depends on the age of the tire, the pressure, the road and weather conditions, and other factors.
SUVs that are designed specifically for heavy off-road terrains do not need to go at high speeds, so their speed index is usually a Q (99 mph) or an S (112 mph). However, these days most of the SUVs are meant to be driven in the city and on highways, so their speed indexes can be compared to those of passenger vehicles.
Most models in our used SUV tires catalogue have the speed indexes T (118 mph) and V (149 mph). But we also have models with the ratings H, W, R, S, Q and even Y (which is the highest speed index, referring to 186 mph max).
Load Index: capable of carrying a lot
Load index of a tire shows the maximum load that it can hold at the speed indicated by the speed index. The higher the index, the bigger the load, so double check this characteristic in case you plan on carrying heavy things with your SUV or pickup truck.
While SUV tires usually have lower speed indexes compared to regular tires, they also have higher load indexes. This index shows the “weight carrying” capacity of the tires with the maximum pressure, so this number goes down in case the pressure is reduced. This tendency is featured in our catalogue: most models of used SUV tires presented in it have speed indexes between 102 (capable of taking 1.874 lbs per wheel) and 113 (2.535 lbs per wheel). This means 7496 lbs and 10,140 lbs per vehicle accordingly.
SUV Tires by Season
All season SUV tires
Most SUV owners agree that all-season tires suit SUVs really well: they offer the right mix of traction, grip and braking in most weather conditions, including dry and wet surfaces. All-season SUV tires perform well on light snow, which allows people living in places with moderate climate to drive their SUV all year-round.
The most popular used SUV all-season tires at Utires.com
Summer tires are used by SUV drivers that mostly drive on highways and not go off-road that much. Also known as performance tires, summer tires offer good handling, traction and steering during warm weather and on hot roads. They are usually made of a hard compound that softens when it’s warm and adjusts to the road. Summer SUV tires also have large tread blocks for good traction at high speeds, and they do a great job on wet pavement too. But they have reduced tread life and quality of the ride, and they need to be replaced as soon as the weather gets cold.
The most popular used SUV summer tires at Utires.com
As the name suggests, winter SUV tires are designed for low temperatures (below -40-45 F°), snow and ice. They have a softer rubber compound that provides good traction in slush or even on black ice, and is resistant to low temperatures. Thousands of tiny grooves in the tread bite into the snow or ice to provide grip, while also dispersing water and preventing aquaplaning. Preferred by SUV owners living in areas with heavy snow and icy roads.
The most popular used SUV winter tires at Utires.com
Michelin Pilot Alpin
M + S SUV tires
The abbreviation “M+S” refers to “Mud and Snow'' tires which are designed to perform well both in muddy and snowy conditions. New or used MS SUV tires usually have deep ridges that offer good traction in difficult weather conditions. In cold weather and light snow they perform better than just all season tires. All of these characteristics are making M+S tires great for SUVs, but they are used on passenger vehicles too. Be aware that when it comes to very low temperatures and heavy snow, they are not as good as winter tires.
In case you want to find the best rated SUV tires, you might want to look at the top brands in the industry — Bridgestone, Dunlop, Yokohama, Goodyear, Cooper and Continental. But there are plenty of other manufacturers that offer high quality tires, such as Delinte, Delta, Falken, Fuzion or Gladiator. Here at Utires.com we have products from more than 50 brands, and you can find them in the “Shop by Brand'' section of our website.
Based on your budget and car model, in our store you will find used SUV tires ranging from $37 all the way up to $403 per tire. But the big majority of used SUV tires we have are in the $50-200 range. On the other hand, new SUV tires range from $80 to $518.
For example, our cheapest used SUV tire is the Joyread SUV at just $37, a mid-range model is the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 SUV priced at $212 and a high-end model would be the Nokian Hakkapeliitta R3 SUV at $403.
New or used SUV tires?
Used tires can be just as good as new… if you know where to shop and what to look for. Used SUV tires are much cheaper (30% to 50% in comparison to new tires), even close to perfect quality. They can have 40% to 70% tread left, which gives you a good deal for the money you spend.
While cruising through our online store, check out the Tread Depth filter in the model description. For example, “Used: 15 / 32”. The higher the number is, the more tread the tire has left. Besides this, some of our models have only been driven once — and their price is much better than of the brand new ones!
By buying used SUV tires you participate in reducing the negative effects of throwing the rubber away and play your role in environment protection. In the US alone there are more than 30 million used tires sold each year, which makes a big impact on the planet.
When to replace SUV tires?
If you mostly drive your SUV on paved streets and highways, your tires should be replaced at least every 10 years. For cars driven mostly off-road and in tough conditions, the tires should be replaced every 5 years or so. But keep an eye on the tread and the overall condition of the tire, as sometimes it may need to be replaced sooner. In case you buy used SUV tires, you should replace them when the tread depth gets to 2/32”.
Where to buy used SUV tires?
Online shopping for used SUV tires allows you to easily customize your search based on the model, year, size, tread left etc. Since our company saves on offline retail, the prices are lower — and the quality is guaranteed by our pros: every model has undergone a thorough manual check-up. Utires.com offers free shipping with every order.
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