Welcome to North London Toyota's Tire Centre
We're your ultimate source for the best tire deals in London!
North London Toyota's Tire Centre offers a wide selection of all-season, summer and winter tires at a competitive price. Our Tire Specialists have been trained to ensure that you're receiving the right fit for your Toyota, at the best price.
Purchasing new tires from North London Toyota is easy with our instant price quote tool below! Choose your vehicles year, make, model and trim level and receive an instant quote on popular brands such as Pirelli, BF Goodrich, Firestone, Toyo Tires, Michellin, Good Year and more!
Purchasing a New Toyota or Pre-owned vehicle? Ask your Product Advisor to include the price of new tires into your payment!
Manufacture Winter Tire Rebates
BFGoodrich.... Up to $70 in Rebates
Bridgestone.... Up to $70 in Rebates
Continental.... Up to $100 in Rebates
General Tire.... $40 Rebate
Hankook.... $60 Rebate
Michelin.... $70 Rebate
Pirelli.... Up to $125 in Rebates
Toyo Tires.... Up to $70 in Rebates
Uniroyal.... $50 Rebate
Yokohama.... Up to $90 in Rebates
Questions About Tires? We Have The Answers!
How do I know if I need new tires?
You should inspect your tires regularly for uneven wear, looking for high and low areas or unusually smooth areas. Also check for signs of damage hat could lead to you needing to replace your tires.
Ask a member of a staff to take a look if you're concerned about any of your existing tires, we'd be happy to take a look.
Why should I use winter tires instead of all-season in the winter?
Winter tires significantly outperform summer and all-season tires at lower temperatures because winter tires use a softer rubber compound that helps them grip cold or icy pavement. Plus, their specially-designed treads are better at channelling slush and snow away to improve the traction you have on the road and around corners, as well as your stopping distance when you brake. -Toyota.ca
Why are steel rims a better choice for winter?
We suggest swapping alloy wheels for heavier and stronger steel wheels as they’re less sensitive to the drops in temperature. While all metal expands and contracts in response to dips in temperature, steel rims don’t contract as much as alloy rims. This resiliency helps to maintain tire pressure and to keep your vehicle running smoothly all winter. Besides being less likely to crack and corrode in winter weather, steel rims are up to three times cheaper than alloy rims. This means a second set of wheels wouldn’t cost you as much as it would to replace your original equipment if it got damaged. - Toyota.ca