As one of the best-selling cars in the
U.S., there's a lot to like about the Toyota Camry. And if you're like a lot of other drivers, this may be the time
you're needing to replace the tires. So with that in mind, here's a look at our list of the top all-season tires
for 2013. Please note that all of these tires will give your Camry excellent year-round performance and a more
comfortable ride quality.
Michelin Primacy MXV4
The Primacy MXV4 has consistently been a leader among tires in the touring all-season class. It's easy to see
why many drivers call this the best all-around tire sold today. Dry and wet traction are exceptional. The steering
is quick and responsive, and this model provides excellent stability at all speeds. Beyond that, ride comfort is
outstanding and you can expect very good treadwear. Michelin includes a 60,000 mile warranty as well.
This is an ideal tire for drivers looking for an environmentally-friendly tire, as well as one that has a lower
rolling resistance for improved fuel efficiency. Aside from that, the Ecopia EP422 is a tire that offers excellent
all-season traction and a smooth ride on the highway. You'll also find lower road noise and enhanced ride comfort.
A longer lasting treadlife and a 65,000 mile warranty round out the reasons why this tire is an excellent choice
for the Camry.
For touring all-season comfort there may be no better tire than the Assurance ComforTred Touring from Goodyear.
The addition of a shock absorbent layer gives this tire a ride comfort that is arguably the best in class. But
that's not the only aspect that makes this a popular choice. It's dry and wet performance is first class and
Goodyear backs it up with an 80,000 mile tread warranty.
The Serenity Plus may be the best touring all-season tire in Bridgestone's lineup. It's the second-generation
model that out-performs its predecessor. It delivers smooth and dependable traction on dry, wet and snow covered
road surfaces. The ride is quiet and comfortable on all types of pavement, and Bridgestone offers a choice of speed
ratings to suit more spirited drivers looking for added performance. The tire is backed up to 80,000 miles.
If you're on a tighter budget, yet want a solid performing tire, the Sincera SN-211 from Falken could be what
you're looking for. Beside the lower price point, this model sports very good dry and wet traction, along with a
smooth and comfortable ride. There's also an 80,000 mile warranty on the tread, making this a good all-around
choice in Toyota Camry tires.