19 Inch Tires | Passenger & High-Performance | Lionhart

19 inch Tires

Lionhart offers a large selection of 19 inch tires with a wide range of driving styles and driving conditions in mind. From passenger tires to high-performance tires, Lionhart offers 19 inch tires for your vehicle. Whether you are looking to improve traction, comfort or need a unique sizing requirement, Lionhart’s tires are built to deliver reliability, value and performance. Find the best 19″ tires for your vehicle below.

Benefits of 19 Inch Tires

Although 19 inch tires are not as common as 18″ or 20″, there are some vehicle manufacturers that offer the size, particularly on performance-oriented vehicles. It’s also common to plus-size to a 19″, as there is a wider range of high-performance tires available. Some notable benefits of 19″ tires are increased stability and handling, visual appeal, and access to the performance segment of the tire market.

Find The Right 19 Inch Tire

Finding the perfect 19″ tire for your vehicle is simple. Tire size information can be found on the inside frame of the driver’s side door, inside the glove compartment door, the manufacturers manual, or your tire’s sidewall. If you don’t know how to find this information, read our how to read tire markings guide. Once you’ve noted this information, you can find a 19″ tire that best meets your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the advantage of 19 inch tires?

This size is less common, however there some advantages: improved aesthetics, increased stability and handling, and access to more performance-oriented tires.

What cars use 19 inch tires?

This size is typically found on mid-size to full-size sedans, SUVs and crossovers, such as the Ford Mustang, Dodge Durango and Tesla Model Y.

What tires fit on 19 inch rims?

There are many tire sizes that can accomodate a 19 inch wheels. The most common are 225/55R19, 235/40R19, 235/45R19, 255/40R19 and 255/45R19.

Are 19 inch tires rare?

This size is less common than 20" or 18", however they are not rare or hard to find. They are actually quite common, especially on modern performance cars.