What tires fit a 2013 Ford Escape?
- S 235/55R17.
- SE 235/50R18.
- SE 235/55R17.
- SEL 235/50R18.
- Titanium 235/45R19.
Is it worth getting snow tires?
Tests conducted by Canada’s Traffic Injury Research Foundation showed that winter tires provide superior traction, braking, and cornering in all cold-weather driving conditions compared to an all-season tire. We’re talking better traction whether the road surface is snow-covered, icy, wet, or even dry.
What size tires go on a 2013 Ford Escape SEL?
Ford equips the 2013 Escape SEL with a 235/50R18 tire.
What tires come on Ford Escape?
The current generation Ford Escape is sold with three tire sizes depending on the trim you choose: The S, SE, and SE Sport come with 17-inch wheels and 225/65R17 tires. OEM tires are either Michelin Primacy A/S or Continental Procontact TX. The SEL comes with 18-inch wheels and 225/60R18 tires.
What size rims are on a 2013 Ford Escape?
17-19″ diameter, 7.5-8″ width
2013 Ford Escape/Wheel size
What lug pattern is 2013 Ford Escape?
The lug pattern for the 2013+ Escape is 5×108 (5×4. 25). The center bore is 63.4 and the offset can be anywhere between 40-50. The variables for the offset depend on the diameter and width of the wheels you get (17-19 inch) and of course the tires.
Can I use snow tires all year?
Unfortunately, using snow tires year round isn’t recommended. In the long run, it will cost more money than changing them out and could compromise your vehicle’s performance on the road.
What size tires are on a 2013 Ford Escape Titanium?
2013 Ford Escape Titanium/Tire size
How long do tires last on a Ford Escape?
How long do 2022 Ford Escape tires last? If your driving habits are normal and around 12,000-15,000 miles per year, an average tire’s tread will wear out in about 3 years. This could be considerably longer if you drive less than 12,000 miles or less if you drive more aggressively.
What is the wheel bolt pattern on a 2013 Ford Escape?