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5 Reasons To Buy From A Mercedes-Benz Dealer

  1. The right tires for your Mercedes model
  2. Competitive tire prices
  3. Expert installation by factory-trained technicians
  4. All major brands, including Continental, Michelin, Pirelli, Dunlop, and more
  5. Road hazard coverage included on eligible tires

Buying and Changing Tires at Mercedes-Benz of Ann Arbor

Mercedes-Benz of Ann Arbor is here to support you when it's time to buy and install new tires for your vehicle near Ypsilanti.

Few components have as significant an impact on performance, comfort, and safety for your vehicle as tires. The set on your vehicle can largely define the experience you have behind the wheel. That's why it's so important to make sure you have the right kind of tires on your car and have them replaced once they're worn down.

We're happy to help drivers throughout local areas like Saline, Mi. If you're ready to change the tires on your vehicle, give us a call and we will schedule your appointment.

Choosing Your Set of Tires

There are all sorts of different kinds of tires to consider for your vehicle. Our staff can help you pick out a set that not only fits your car correctly but provides the kind of performance that you're looking for. Our inventory has a wide range of options to consider.

  • All-Season Tires
  • Touring Tires
  • Summer/Sport Tires
  • Winter/Snow Tires
  • All-Terrain/Off-Road Tires

When to Install New Tires

Drivers around Jackson, MI choose to change their tires for a variety of reasons.

Most tires have a prescribed mileage rating. That is, the manufacturer supplies a mileage range in which the tire is rated for safety and comfort. Once your tires get past this mile mark, it's smart to have a new set installed.

You may also need to have your tires changed due to simple wear and tear. A range of factors from poor alignment to driving habits can affect how quickly a set of tires wears down. Your technician can conduct a visual inspection and let you know if it's still safe to drive on your tires.