2019 Toyota Yaris Tires

The Yaris is available both as a hatchback and sedan that, although available in the budget segment, does not make buyers compromise on top-class warranty and gorgeous looks. For the purpose of this description, we shall be talking about the Yaris sedan. Unlike the previous Yaris iA (hatchback), Toyota hasn't provided this vehicle with its Safety Sense suite but instead, offers a low-speed front collision mitigation system. It is the perfect vehicle with decent interior build quality that appeals to most young buyers. Two of the biggest strengths of this vehicle are its playful handling and great gearbox. Big front doors make getting in and out of the Yaris largely easy, although it could get a bit tight at the back. Underneath the hood of this sedan is a 1.5-liter, inline-4 powertrain that produces 106 hp and is mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic gearbox. It can be expected to return a tremendous mileage of 30 miles per gallon in the city and 39 miles per gallon on the highway. If you’re the proud owner of a new model, 2019 Toyota Yaris tires would be either Toyo Proxes A27 or Firestone FR710.

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P185/65R15 86H

Firestone FR710

P185/60R16 86H

Toyo Proxes A27

P185/60R16 86H

Toyo Proxes A27

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out of 5
4.2 (2124)
MS932 Sport
Toyota Yaris 2019 L Sedan
Verified Customer
Oct 28, 2023
Review after 6000+ miles

I wanted to try these tires because they are affordable and come from China. So far, most of the reviews for Chinese tire brands have been biased in favor of other countries brands of tires which I think is unfair since every country has good and bad tires. The Westlake tires perform well in dry roads but have very thin sidewalls which is both good and bad. Around corners, they are very quiet and comfortable if you like a squishier/smoother ride. They also get excellent fuel economy. If you are taking corners aggressively, you'll feel the sidewalls bend and it will result in a very nerve-wracking experience, unless you know the roads well. If you drive 55 mph and under you won't really experience much of this issue though. It is more apparent at speeds of 65+. As far as wet performance goes when these tires are new and not yet broken in it is HORRIBLE. Almost as bad as the worn out Firestone fr710's I replaced with these. Once you get a few thousand miles on them though the stability and stopping power greatly improve in wet conditions. Oddly enough, when you go to rotate the tires after 6000 miles the rear tires (on a front wheel drive vehicle) may need to be broken in again as they did on my vehicle. What I mean by this, is that the rear tires when being switched to the front of the car performed just as badly as when the tires were brand new in wet conditions. Since the tires were already broken in the break-in period was much less once rotated so this shouldn't be much of an issue. The overall stopping power in wet environments is good enough for emergency braking with confidence. If you are taking corners in any sort of wet environment it will make you nervous most of the time. To summarize: If you are looking for an affordable tire to be used in mostly dry conditions it's a good purchase. If you are looking for something which can handle aggressive driving in wet conditions look for a different tire.

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