Best Tires for Honda Accord

Most versions of the Honda Accord come with very reasonable tire sizes in 14-17" wheel sizes, making it relatively affordable to buy replacement tires compared to other family sedans and SUVs. Honda decided to match different sizes for nearly every trim in a given model year, which is very confusing. Please check your owner's manual or tire information sticker before ordering. Some common Accord tire sizes are 185/70R14, 195/70R14, 195/65R15, 205/65R15, 205/60R16, 215/60R16, 215/50R17, and 225/50R17. Below are our top picks for your Accord to fit most driving styles. We've added some notes to help you choose based on driving style or weather. Note: For true winter traction, we strongly recommend dedicated winter tires.

Best Passenger and Touring All-Season


1. General Altimax RT43
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.7
Price ($-$$$): $
Above average rain and winter performance. Our top pick due to value and overall performance. 65K mile warranty.

2. Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.6
Price ($-$$$): $$
Top ranked touring tire at the Tire Rack due to high scores for rain and winter performance, as well as for low road noise.

3. Michelin Premier A/S
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.6
Price ($-$$$): $$$
Highest scores for rain performance and hydroplaning resistance at the Tire Rack. 60K mile warranty.

4. Continental PureContact
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.5
Price ($-$$$): $$
Consumer Reports #1 pick for 2016, with a 70K mile warranty and good all-season performance.

5. Kumho Solus TA71
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.6
Price ($-$$$): $$
This is the top of the line Grand Touring tire from Kumho. It's relatively new, with a 60K mile warranty. Reviews indicate that this tire is one of the quietest. This is a good choice if you don't live in an area with significant snow or ice.

Budget All-Seasons


1. Milestar MS932
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.6
Price ($-$$$): $
Though we highly recommend the General Altimax RT43 as an affordable tire for most Accord drivers, the Milestar MS932 has good reviews and is very affordable. We like that the tires are manufactured by Nankang Tire.

2. Westlake RP18
Consumer Rating (out of 5): 4.7
Price ($-$$$): $
The Westlake RP18 is another well reviewed budget tire with a strong following on Amazon.