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Find the right tires for your Geo

In 1989, GM partnered with Suzuki, Isuzu and Toyota to launch the Geo brand. Geos were intended to go head-to-head with Japanese imports, and are maybe best remembered for the Metro, a tiny hatchback that was rated at 53 mpg city/58 mpg highway. The Prizm sedan was based on the Toyota Corolla and was a stablemate with the Spectrum sedan, Storm sports coupe and the Jeep-like Tracker.

By 1997, consumer demand for subcompacts was on the wane and GM pulled the plug on the Geo line, although the Tracker was re-badged as a Chevrolet and continued for several more years. If you're driving a Metro, check out the Toyota Extensa A/S; it's a great all-season tire with a phenomenal treadwear warranty. Nexen's N'Priz AH5 is a great fit for the popular Tracker, and Kumho's Ecsta PA31 is a popular choice for Geo Storms. Got a Geo Prizm? You should consider the Yokohama Touring-S all-season tire.

Order Geo Tires Online

Buying tires online can be a stressful process, but it really doesn't need to be. SimpleTire offers a simple approach to finding the tires that are best for you and your Geo. Select your Geo vehicle below, then tell us a few more things such as year and trim level to determine your tie size. From there, we'll show you tires that fit your vehicle and are the best match based on performance characteristics, but you can also look for the best value tires, tires that are on sale or part of a promo, have the longest tread life, and much more.

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