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16 Inch Tires

Superior 16 inch tires at super low prices

Compare a variety of top-rated 16 tires from Tires Plus, all at the lowest price and all backed by our Best Price Guarantee. Whether you're searching for rugged winter, versatile all-season, summer, or fuel-efficient tires, you'll find 16 inch tires that you can depend on at your nearby Tires Plus location. Our tires will not only fit your car, they'll also fit your budget. All 16 inch tires are organized by tire width, height, and diameter below. Click on the correct size to start comparing tire prices and features, and to get your online quote!

Determining the Width & Height of Your 16 Inch Tires

Knowing your vehicle's tire width (also called cross section) and height is an important step when shopping for tires. To determine these measurements, check the vehicle's tire information placard on the door jamb of the driver's side door. Or, check the sidewalls of your current tires. You'll see a series of numbers and symbols that look like this: P265/35 R22. The first number in the series (265) is the width of your tires. It is measured in millimeters (mm). The number after the / is the height of your tires. So, in our example the tire height would be 35.

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