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Toyota Camry Hybrid, Tires, Wheels, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
#37 of 56 Re: Tire Problems on Toyota Hybred Camry [tima1]
Jan 06, 2009 (4:13 pm)
Know that this reply is a bit late but if it helps somebody... Got my 2007 with the recommended Michelins and I changed them at around 45,000 miles for another pair of Michelins. Have the tires rotated every oil change and drive 100 miles a day to and from work. Like the ride, traction and wear on them.
#38 of 56 Re: Tire Problems on Toyota Hybred Camry [plknj]
Feb 27, 2009 (6:53 am)
What type of Michelin's?
#39 of 56 Re: Toyota Camry Hybrid Tire/Wheel Questions [pf_flyer]
May 29, 2009 (9:14 am)
I have a 2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid with Firestone tires. I'll be lucky to get 20,000 miles out of them. My car is well maintained and I regularly check the tire pressure, which is set at 32 psi per manufactuer recomendations. No alignment problems. The car is basically local to and from work and not driven hard. I understand the Michelin tires will go about 45,000.
#40 of 56 camry hybrid poor tire wear
Jun 22, 2009 (3:13 pm)
I had a 2007 tch and the tires were gone at13,000 miles, now I have a 2009 and the first set of tires is gone at 15,000. The dealer blamed me for bad rotataion. Documented not true. Then I must have thown out of alignment. Tires were wearing to inside at the first rotation. Did they not beef up the suspension to accomadate the heavy batteries??
#41 of 56 Re: camry hybrid poor tire wear [jollesue]
Jun 23, 2009 (6:23 am)
The OEM tires on the TCH are generally pretty sucky. I got 37K out of mine but I ran them low on tread.
I got some Yokohama YK520 from Discount Tire and they have been great. Quieter, and the mileage had not been affected.
#42 of 56 Re: Tire Problems on Toyota Hybred Camry [tima1]
Jul 25, 2009 (3:39 pm)
I think you should go and change your dealer. If you show on your receipt that you paid for oil change with tire rotation and balance, then they are not doing a good job. All they want is to make money. So if you are concerned a little bit with your tires, they will try to milk it and have you change it. By the way. I have a Toyota Camry Hyrbid 2007 as well. I bought in in Feb. 2007. its now july 25, 2009. 76,000 miles. still using factory tires.
#43 of 56 replacement tires for 2009 Camery Hybrid
Aug 15, 2009 (1:38 pm)
I need to replace the tires on my 2009 camery Hybrid after 27000 miles. The Bridgestones offered a great ride but lasted only 27000 miles.
I am sure this is a common issue with these tires any suggestions as what to replace with and do I need to continue with the "V" rating
#44 of 56 Re: replacement tires for 2009 Camery Hybrid [jra51]
Aug 16, 2009 (8:56 am)
yup...unfortunately, it is a common issue .... doesn't seem like Toyota cares...I replaced mine after 18 months (at 26K miles) on my 2007 hybrid....after quite a bit of research I went with the Michelin Pilot Exalto (H-rated) and I'm glad I did ... great performance so far on Chicago (tire-testing) roads. I did look at Michelin Primacy and Yokohama (I have only used Yokohama on my 10-year old Acura and love them).
I'd say pick a couple based on some initial research, then compare them more thoroughly (based on user feedback) and roll with one.
#45 of 56 my 2007 TCH
Aug 17, 2009 (9:41 am)
When my crappy OEM tires expired at 37,420, I went with Yokohama YK520 from Discount Tire and I like them a lot.
#46 of 56 Re: replacement tires for 2009 Camery Hybrid [mirspot]
Aug 22, 2009 (1:25 am)
I am consicering the pilot h rated How long have you had them how are they wearing how is the ride and most important how is the gas millage Did it go up stat the same or down I must say the ride on the original oem was good they just did not last