10 Best Crossover Tires Consumer Reports 2019 – Top Rated

Tires look simple and can easily be taken for granted, but their design can be quite sophisticated. Differences among tires can have an impact on braking, handling, ride, noise, and even fuel economy. Given how complicated tires are, choosing the right replacements can be challenging, especially if you depend on word of mouth or in-store marketing messages. That’s where Consumer Reports can help.

Our experts have crunched the data from our extensive tire test program to select the best car tires in several key categories, including all-season, performance all-season, ultra-high performance all-season, ultra-high performance summer, winter/snow, and performance winter/snow.

Top 10 Crossover Tires

Bestseller No. 1
Evenflo Folio3 Stroll & Jog Travel System w/LiteMax 35 Infant Car Seat, Crossover Versatility,...
40 Reviews
Evenflo Folio3 Stroll & Jog Travel System w/LiteMax 35 Infant Car Seat, Crossover Versatility,...
  • THE ULTIMATE CROSSOVER BABY STROLLER: The Evenflo Folio3 Stroll & Jog Travel System is an exceptional...
  • CROSSOVER VERSATILITY: This baby stroller has been fully equipped for everyday walking around the...
Bestseller No. 2
School Specialty Pencil Grotto Grip - Pack of 12 - Assorted Colors
77 Reviews
School Specialty Pencil Grotto Grip - Pack of 12 - Assorted Colors
  • Covered finger spots and partition promote correct usage
  • Large, comfortable grip for fitting any child's hand
Bestseller No. 4
Wilson Killer Crossover Basketball, Lime/White, Youth - 27.5'
527 Reviews
Wilson Killer Crossover Basketball, Lime/White, Youth - 27.5"
  • All Surface Cover and Deep Channel Construction improves grip
  • Premium Carcass Construction for excellent rebound and durability
Bestseller No. 5
Nokian Rotiiva HT All-Season Radial Tire - 245/70R17 110T
12 Reviews
Nokian Rotiiva HT All-Season Radial Tire - 245/70R17 110T
  • Respecting the Environment - Manufacturing Process uses only low aromatic, purified oils in this All-Purpose...
  • A whole new class of tire for Nokian designed for power and comfort, especially for heavy SUV 4WD vehicles and...
Bestseller No. 6
E-Wheels - EW-27 Crossover Pre-Mobility Scooter - 3-Wheel - White/Blue - with PHILLIPS IN HOME...
  • PHILLIPS POWER PACKAGE IS A TRADE-MARKED EXCLUSIVE OFFER BY PHILLIPS HEALTH CARE ONLY, BEWARE OF OTHER SELLERS...
  • Top Speed: 15.00 Mph
Bestseller No. 7
6 Wheel Folding Hand Truck, Portable Aluminum Magna 165 lb Capacity Heavy Duty Carts Foldable Height...
16 Reviews
6 Wheel Folding Hand Truck, Portable Aluminum Magna 165 lb Capacity Heavy Duty Carts Foldable Height...
  • [Heavy Duty And Durable] Aluminum alloy construction with 165 lbs capacity. The wear-resistant PVC wheels...
  • [Portable with 6 Wheels]: Foldable hand truck with 6 wheels graduated design with 6 wheels, folding and store...
Bestseller No. 8
Cars royal shopping bag Powerful Cartoon Red Car Speeding Jumping with Smoke Coming Out Of Giant...
  • Shopping bag size: 14"x16"-11"
  • advantage:Manual sewing, one-piece back, high-quality fabric, large space
Bestseller No. 10
Ice Cream Monster Truck - Awesome Long Sleeve Toddler Cotton Jersey Shirt (Light Gray, 3T)
1 Reviews
Ice Cream Monster Truck - Awesome Long Sleeve Toddler Cotton Jersey Shirt (Light Gray, 3T)
  • Looking for the perfect long sleeve shirt to celebrate any occasion? Look no further! This cool Ice Cream...
  • The design is printed on a soft, comfortable, 100% cotton jersey unisex long sleeve toddler shirt. This...

Guide to Buying New Tires

How to know when you need new tires

Check your tires’ tread depth

How do you know when you need new tires? It all comes down to tread depth. Most states require at least 2/32 inch of tread to be considered legal — new all-season tires usually start with around 10/32 inch of tread — but you should ideally replace them well before that. Alarmingly, one study from AAA found that at highway speeds tires with 4/32 inch of tread depth need an additional 87 feet to come to a stop in wet conditions compared to brand new tires.

Check the manufacturing date (especially if you don’t drive a lot)

Even if your tires’ tread depth passes the quarter test, they still might need to be replaced if they’re over a certain age. “Tires get what is called dry rot. You can visibly see it as small cracks. It’s the rubber just naturally breaking down,” Bahret said. Most manufacturers recommend replacing around six years with an absolute maximum of ten, regardless of how many miles you’ve driven.

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