Buick and GMC owners enjoy a comfortable driving experience on top-quality tires manufactured by leading brands. Getting the most out of your tires while promoting the best driving experience involves regular tire maintenance. Our GM-certified tire department provides local Buick and GMC owners with all-inclusive tire sales and services. We can help you access the wide selection of OEM tires recommended for your model. Our certified technicians have extensive tire maintenance experience. Order new tires and schedule tire replacement service today at LaFontaine Buick GMC of Ann Arbor, near Saline, Dexter, Haisley, and Ypsilanti, MI.
Tires wear with use, and every vehicle will need new tires when little tread depth remains, or damage occurs. We help customers access the wide selection of OEM tires in the correct size and favored tread styles available for specific Buick GMC models. The online tire finder offers a convenient way to shop for model-specific tires; submit the year, make, model, and trim to browse the large selection of OEM tires recommended for your vehicle. We invite you to check out the new tire offers to reduce the cost of new OEM tires installed according to GM-certified quality.
Regular tire inspections are essential; during these inspections, our technicians will check the tires for physical damage, measure the tire tread depth, and inspect the tire pressure, adjusting it if needed.
Regular tire rotation ensures that your tires wear down at a relatively even rate; this can help keep you safe and comfortable longer, improve your fuel economy, and make your tires last longer on the road.
If your tires are not properly balanced, they will create an uncomfortable driving experience and may develop an uneven scalloped or cupped wear pattern; we will use OEM tools and small weights to ensure your tires are balanced.
Wheels that are not properly aligned can be dangerous and inconvenient, and they can also lead to your tires wearing down unevenly; we recommend that you visit us at least once a year for wheel alignment service.
If you have a flat tire from a puncture located in the tire tread, chances are we can patch it up for you; however, damage to the tire’s sidewall or shoulder will generally require you to have your tires replaced.
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) keeps tabs on your tires to ensure that they are all properly inflated, and we can help you deal with any TPMS problems by performing service on the system.
When your vehicle needs new tires, our tire store has exactly what you need: a selection of high-quality tires that are manufacturer-approved and designed to provide comfort, safety, and long-lasting performance.
Customers can schedule tire service appointments online or by phone. The online service scheduler is continuously available and completed in minutes. Check out the specials page to pay less for new OEM tires and GM-certified tire service quality.