Tire Centre


Bring your Toyota home to your local dealer and experience what premium quality is all about. We deliver the right price on the right tires for your Toyota. Our Tire Selector assists you in finding the right tires and tire sizes recommended for your vehicle. Visit the Tire Selector for more information.

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Replacing your Toyota Tires
Different needs, different tires. Read below to find out which type of tire is the best for you.
Summer Tires


With soft rubber compounds, a low profile and sporty appearance, most Summer Tires are designed for:

  • Sharp steering response and firm grip on dry pavement
  • Gripping the road
  • Firm ride quality
  • Shedding water to avoid hydroplaning
All Season Tires


Most Toyota vehicles are equipped with "All Season" original equipment tires. They're designed for:

  • Good, nimble performance in a wide variety of conditions
  • Long tread life
  • Ride comfort and a quiet ride
  • Low rolling resistance and improved fuel efficiency
Light Truck Tires


Toyota Trucks and SUVs may be equipped with Light Truck original equipment tires. They're designed for:

  • On-road handling and comfort
  • Off-road traction
  • High-level performance
  • All-weather, all purpose
Winter Tires


Winter Tires are designed to perform optimally in both snowy conditions and cold temperatures, providing the performance and safety you expect. In fact, they're recommended as soon as average daily temperatures drop below 7°C. For passenger vehicles, they are legally required on some BC highways after October 1st and in Quebec between December 15th and March 15th.

  • Installing four tires is recommended.
  • We make switching tires easier by using steel or aluminum rims.
  • Many Toyota Dealers offer Tire Storage
Toyota Dealers offer a wide selection of Winter Tire brands recommended to fit your Toyota vehicle


Your Toyota tire size was carefully selected, considering factors like performance, safety, and fuel efficiency. Toyota recommends that you stick with the original equipment tire fitment when purchasing and installing winter or replacement tires.

Understanding Tire Sizes
Have you ever wondered what the numbers and letters on your tire indicate?
Click through to understand what they mean.

Tire Width

The width of your tire, from sidewall to sidewall, in millimetres. This determines the width of the rim that your tires are mounted on.


This is the diameter of the tire, which determines the size of the steel or alloy wheel that the tire must be mounted on.

Tire Sidewall

The aspect ratio of the tire, or the height of the sidewall, as a percentage of the width. The lower the number, the stiffer the sidewall.

First Letter

If your tire size begins with a “P”, it means it is a Passenger car tire in P-metric sizes. Those without the “P” are “European” metric sizes, which may have different load ratings or speed ratings.

Middle Letter

This indicates that the tire is a Radial tire, constructed for strength and reinforcement as well as fuel efficiency.

Last Numbers

After the size is the load index. This indicates how much weight the tire can support at maximum air pressure. Higher numbers are for heavier vehicles.

Last Letter

The Speed Rating indicator is matched to the maximum speed of the vehicle. Examples include: S-180km/h, T-190km/h, H-210km/h, V-240km/h


Toyota partners with 15 of Canada's leading Tire brands to offer you exceptional quality and service, through your Toyota dealership. Periodically, the Tire manufacturers offer promotional rebates to provide even greater value when you purchase 4 new tires. Download available rebate forms below and see your Toyota Dealer for details.