Does Your Omaha, NE Nissan Rogue Need New Tires?

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With a fun-to-drive SUV like the 2020 Nissan Rogue, tire wear may come by faster than normal, especially if you drive it for both weekend warrior activities as well as daily commutes. Though this type of wear is normal, it’s always best to regularly check up on your vehicle’s tires to ensure you’re gaining maximum traction no matter the road conditions, keeping you and your passengers safe.

 

How to Choose Tires

At our Omaha, NE Nissan service center, we employ a skilled team of dedicated technicians who are equipped to not only spot potential issues under the hood, but they’re also knowledgeable in how to handle wear and tear in your vehicle’s tires. The most common issue drivers face is picking the right tires to go along with the right road conditions.

 

Tire options include:

  • Winter and snow tires – increase traction during winter driving via special grooves in the rubber.
  • Performance all-season tires – provide excellent traction in high-performance settings, especially in vehicles with high horsepower.
  • All-season tires – provide premium traction no matter the road or weather condition.

Time for New Tires

The best way to know whether or not you need new tires is through a simple penny test. Get a penny and place it upside down between the grooves of the tires. If you see the top of Abraham Lincoln’s head, you should replace your tires immediately as it indicates a dangerous amount of wear and tear on your tires.

The second best way is by simply visiting our dealership, where one of our friendly technicians can help you determine how bad the wear is on your rubber. And while you’re here, you can also check out the latest 2019 Nissan cars for sale, and perhaps, you may find that instead of new tires, you may need a new car instead.  

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