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Coggin Acura

4400 South US Highway 1
Directions Ft. Pierce, FL 34982

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Buy New Tires in Ft. Pierce, FL


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Get Your New Tires in Ft. Pierce, FL

Have you checked your tires lately? The condition of your tires can mean the difference between a close call and a collision. Tires are essential to the performance and overall mobility of your new or used car, truck, SUV or van. Here at Coggin Acura in Ft. Pierce, FL near West Palm Beach, Orlando, and Fort Lauderdale, we provide our wide array of tire brands for our customers to choose from. Additionally, we support Acura tire promotions as well as all tire brand promotions. We value our customers and we will make sure that we get you the best value for your buck regarding new tires for your vehicle.

Schedule Tire Service

No one knows how to care for your car better than the experts at your dealership. Certified Service mechanics and technicians know your vehicle inside and out. When it comes to parts, including tires, your dealership understands that the right components provide superb performance and handling for the highest quality standards. Trust them to have the right tires when you need them. Help ensure a safe, comfortable ride with a set of new tires.

ACURA TIRE SOURCE - LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEE*

If you find a lower advertised price within 30 days of purchasing any of the following tire brands (Michelin, Toyo Tires, Goodyear, BF Goodrich, Dunlop, Firestone, Uniroyal, Hankook, Yokohama, General Tires, Pirelli and Continental), your participating Acura dealer will match the lower price!

Your Acura dealer is the best place to buy your tires

Our Acura dealers offer competitive pricing and carry original equipment tires for your Acura. Tires from the following manufacturers can be purchased at your local Acura

Tires are the most ignored and underrated component of your vehicle. They are the only interface between your Acura and the road to provide traction to accelerate, steer and stop. Your Acura dealer knows your vehicle best and will ensure it's equipped with the optimum choice of tire for your driving needs.

Winter Tires

  • Winter tires stay flexible in temperatures below 7°C to provide the necessary traction for cold-weather driving conditions.
  • They reduce braking distance on cold, wet, ice and snow-covered roads in comparison to all-season tires.
  • The traction provided by winter tires enhances the performance of anti-lock braking systems (ABS), vehicle stability assist (VSA), traction control and all-wheel drive in winter conditions.
  • Industry data shows that in cold weather, a vehicle equipped with winter tires has approximately a 40% less chance of being involved in a collision versus one equipped with all-season tires.

 All-Season Tires

  • All-season tires are designed to provide traction and durability in a wide variety of seasonal road conditions. However, they cannot provide the same levels of traction in winter conditions as a proper winter tire.
  • They are best suited for use in temperatures above 7°C.

Tire Pressure

  • Under-inflation increases a tire's rolling resistance. Don't wait until your tires "look" low, or the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) warns you that your Acura's tire pressures are low before you check them.
  • Tires that are 56 kPa (8 PSI) low can increase fuel consumption by 4%. Think of the air to keep your tires at proper pressure as "free" gasoline.

Wheel Alignment

Wheel misalignment increases the resistance of the tires to roll in the direction of vehicle movement, which requires extra engine power to overcome and more fuel to be consumed. The increased "drag" caused could increase fuel consumption by up to 25%.

Tire Tread Depth

  • Automobile and light truck tires manufactured for sale in North America have wear indicators ("wear bars") molded into the tire tread at 2/32" depth. This is the minimum legal tread depth permitted for use on public roads. When a tire's tread is worn level with the wear indicators in two or more adjacent tread grooves, the tire is considered illegal for further use and must be replaced.
  • Some all-season tires have a second wear indicator at 4/32" tread depth. When worn to this depth, an all-season tire may no longer be suitable for use in snow and may experience hydroplaning in severe wet conditions.
  • Winter tires may have a second wear indicator at 6/32" that indicates when the tire may no longer be suitable for use in snow.

We provide all of the necessary avenues to ensure that your tires are in excellent health. Visit our Tire Research Center to either begin shopping for your new tires, read knowledgeable information regarding our tire services, schedule your next service appointment, or view current tire brand promotion deals. We look forward to serving you at Coggin Acura of Ft. Pierce.

Extending the life of your tires

Studies have shown that up to 70% of vehicles on the road have at least one under-inflated tire. Checking and maintaining tire pressure regularly will help extend tire life and reduce fuel consumption. Every time you check your Acura's tire pressures, you should also examine the tires for damage, foreign objects, and wear

Wheel Alignment

Misaligned wheels can cause uneven and rapid tire wear. It is normal for wheel alignment to change through the life of the vehicle as wear accumulates and especially if the vehicle is driven on rough roads. If abnormal tire wear or damage is discovered when checking tire pressures or during vehicle maintenance, or your Acura has developed symptoms such as pulling to one side or that the steering wheel is not centred when driving straight, the wheel alignment should be checked and corrected if needed.

Wheel Balancing

Proper wheel balance helps prevent unnecessary wear to the tires, steering, and suspension components and also provides for a more enjoyable driving experience. Wheel balance normally changes as tires wear and should be checked periodically when you change or rotate tires, and especially if you have noticed speed-related vibration while driving.

Wheel balancing should always be done when replacing tires and when a tire has been removed from a wheel for any reason.

How to increase your fuel economy with tires?

Anything that increases a tire's rolling resistance or friction with the road surface will increase the amount of work required of the engine and therefore the amount of fuel it burns.