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Subaru Tire Service in Janesville, WI

Keep your new Subaru Outback, Forester, Impreza, Legacy, or Crosstrek running reliably, smoothly, and efficiently for years to come with routine tire maintenance at Janesville Subaru. Our expert technicians know exactly what size and type of tires your individual Subaru model needs. Whether you’re looking for an efficient tire for your daily commute or a more rugged tire for your next off-road adventures, we’ll work with you to select the best tire for your lifestyle and budget demands. 

Why service at Janesville Subaru?

At Janesville Subaru, you’ll receive the expertise of our Factory Trained Teams, who have been trained by the most advanced Subaru technical instructors. They are equipped with Specialized Tools to help ensure accurate diagnosis and repair and use Genuine Subaru Parts for trusted performance. Every service also comes with a free Multi-Point Inspection to help keep your vehicle’s safety and quality in check. Not everyone goes to these lengths. For us, it’s the Subaru way. Additional reasons to choose Janesville Subaru for your next maintenance or repair includes:

Tire Rotations and Changes

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Help maintain the lifespan of your tires by receiving a routine tire rotation every six months or 5,000 miles. Regular tire rotations during your oil change service will not only help your tires last longer but also help maintain your Subaru’s overall performance. Depending on your driving habits and lifestyle demands, regularly rotated tires should last up to 6 months before they need to be changed. At this point, changing your tires will help you maintain your Subaru’s lifespan and greatly reduce potentially avoidable hazards.

Tire Wear

Routine tire maintenance and inspections can help prevent costly damage and avoidable accidents. Inspecting your Subaru’s tread at least once a month is recommended to reduce easily preventable damage or accidents from occurring. Common warning signs to look out for during your self-inspection and driving includes: 

  • Less traction or less responsive braking 
  • Hydroplaning in wet weather
  • Noticing a rougher or noisier ride
  • Loss of control while cornering
  • Noticeable tread loss

Tire Types

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Subarus are engineered to take on any terrain or season, however having the appropriate tire for your lifestyle demands is essential for your overall safety and your Subaru’s performance. Each type of tire is designed to excel at one thing or another, from smooth and efficient rides to winter-ready snow tires and track-ready performance tires. Common tire types offered include:

  • All-season tires: Engineered for a smooth ride, reliable traction, and long tread life. 
  • Touring tires: Designed to deliver a comfortable ride and reliable all-season traction, with the addition of more responsive handling.
  • Performance tires: The larger circumferential and lateral grooves are engineered with dense siping and silica enriched tread compounds for better grip.
  • Summer tires: Optimized for warm weather, and deliver grip and responsive handling in wet or dry conditions.
  • Winter tires: Designed for the best possible traction in harsh winter conditions below 45 degrees due to their specific tread design.

Tire FAQs

Our Factory Trained Teams have been trained by the most advanced Subaru technical instructors. Our service center is equipped with Specialized Tools to help ensure accurate diagnosis and repair and use Genuine Subaru Parts for trusted performance.

The inertia of braking or cornering transfers weight to the front tires, wearing them more quickly and unevenly. That’s why it’s important to rotate tires regularly to ensure even wear.

It’s recommended to change your tires every six-year. Depending on your driving habits and terrain, more or less frequent tire changes may be necessary.

Rotating your tires every six months or 5,000 miles will help protect you and your tires.

The added resistance deflated tires produce makes them dangerous, under-inflated tires can result in premature wear to your vehicle, poor fuel economy, and poor handling.

At least once a month after your car has been off for at least 3 hours.

A wheel alignment tests your vehicle’s drivability and tire life. Vehicles that pull one way or the other and have uneven wear may have unaligned wheels.

An out-of-balance wheel can produce multiple complications with wear on shocks, bearings, and other suspension parts.

Use a coin as a tread depth gauge; insert a penny into the tread, Lincoln’s head down. If the top of Abe’s head touches the tread face, your tires are at 2/32” depth, the minimum required by law, and it’s time for a replacement. Now try the test again with a quarter. Does the tread reach Washington’s head? If so, your tread depth is 4/32”. One more time with the penny – if the tread reaches the Lincoln memorial, your tread depth is 6/32”.


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3519 Ryan Road, Janesville, WI, 53545
Janesville Subaru 42.723571, -88.9911132.