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You drive a Subaru, but do you know what to do if you need new Subaru tyres? Every
automobile is different and requires specialized care. When you bring your Subaru to Tyre Shopper, you get the best experience coupled with the knowledge
that only we can give you. We install tyres that are suited for your vehicle, your comfort, and your life.

Buying tyres is not an easy experience, but, at Tyre Shopper, we make it simple. Don’t know which tyres to buy?

Look below for some of Subaru’s top models and the tyres that work the best for them.

Subaru Legacy

Subaru Legacy Tyres

The best reason to own a Subaru Legacy is for its comfort and style. Everyone knows that a luxury car deserves the appropriate tyres for cruising around

If you’re looking to replace the existing tyres on your Subaru Legacy, you should consider Bridgestone Potenza RE050, Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric or
Toyo T1R high performance tyres. These tyres will make sure your Legacy is in top shape and will also give you top performance, control and handling.

Subaru Forester

Subaru Forester Tyres

If you want a vehicle with much more capacity and size, an SUV is right for you. The Subaru Forester is an SUV that delivers - both on the road and off of

Having this kind of power requires tyres that keep the Forester at its best. In addition to the standard high performance Yokohama Geolander tyres, you can also
equip your Subaru Forester with Avon ZV5 or Goodyear
Eagle F1 Asymmetric SUV tyres.

These tyres ensure peak performance from your Subaru Forester in any condition.

Some Background Information on Subaru

Subaru has been manufacturing vehicles since 1972. They make all of their vehicles with All Wheel Drive (AWD), which is a driving factor in how all of
their vehicles are designed.

Subaru’s engineers believe in the concept of positioning the engine and drivetrain in a symmetrical, straight line layout, which sends power directly to
all four wheels. Subaru also prides itself in making their vehicles quieter and providing a smooth ride to their customers.

Considerations on Changing Subaru Tyres

The most important part of owning a vehicle is proper maintenance.

When selecting new tyres for your vehicle, there are many factors that you should look at before choosing a type of tyre.

First, be sure to check the quality of the tyre before you purchase it. Quality consists of four parts: durability, ratings, wear, and even the cost of the

Second, check the speed rating of the tyre. The speed rating for a tyre depends on the average speed of the driver, so be sure to choose the appropriate
one for your Subaru.

Third, check to see if you need specific tyres for wet or dry conditions. This depends on the normal weather patterns in your area.

No matter which tyres you choose for your Subaru, National Tyres and Autocare (The fitting partner of choice) is the perfect choice to install them.

They’re experts in tyres and they’ll make sure your Subaru gets the perfect tyres for optimal performance. They’re also the UK’s number one fast fit

Don’t have a whole lot of time on your hands? Bring your Subaru to any one of their 225 locations all over the country - there’s sure to be one near you.
With over 1,000 friendly, knowledgeable employees, your Subaru will be in good hands with National Tyres and Autocare.

Customers who own a Subaru left the following reviews for the tyres they bought

Ian S - 24/01/2016


Owen - 12/01/2016

They are quiet but make a different noise to any other type of tyre I have used. It sounds like a mechanical noise at lower speeds - up to 40 mph but then goes quieter. I feel confident on them, too early to say how they're wearing

Ian Giles - 18/12/2015

Brilliant tyres, ultimate confidence in the wet

Pete - 10/11/2015

Slightly noisier than the set of Good Year F1 Asymettrics I last had on the car. Whether it's because I have a higher load rating or whether it's an updated model, I'm unsure. Always happy with the way Good Years get sticky when hot but wear well and turn in is always excellent. Wet performance is OK, nothing incredible, but way better than Bridgestones I'd previously had.

gareth lewis - 23/08/2013

Less grippy in the wet compared to Bridgestone RE050A, but wearing much better. Better fuel economy too.