At Ganley Westside Imports, we are knowledgeable about automotive tires, especially when it comes to matching your Subaru with the ideal tires for ride and performance. We take pride in our ability to pair your car with the correct size and quality brand that's most suited for your automobile. At our automotive tire center, we offer all the major brands, and we can also assist you with all-season, summer, performance, and snow/winter tire options.
Subaru suggests replacing all four tires simultaneously on all-wheel-drive vehicles. Our factory trained technicians will correctly mount and balance your new tires and are here whenever you need assistance.
Browse the comprehensive menu of tires we carry for your Subaru by clicking the Shop for Tires button, so let's get you started.
The area where your tires touch the road is minimal, sometimes no bigger than the size of your hand. Since this area is so small, it is essential that your tires have a safe amount of tread life and are not damaged or worn out. Tires are paramount when it comes to safety, performance, ride quality and fuel economy.
Tires are a three-dimensional disk. It's important that they are straight across all three planes of motion. Wheel alignment uses lasers and sensors to make sure the tires on your Subaru are true to prevent uneven wear. If the sensors detect that a tire is out of alignment - according to specifications - our factory trained technicians will make the necessary adjustments to bring them back to center.
Having your car aligned helps ensure the life of your tires. Alignments should be performed periodically -- especially if you've recently hit a curb, parking block or pothole -- and whenever new tires are installed. If your vehicle pulls to one side or is vibrating, you may need an alignment.
If the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light comes on and stays on while you drive, this indicates that unsafe tire pressure is present in one or more of your tires. Oxygen is a gas. Consequently, it heats and expands when the weather changes and as you drive. Over time, your tires will release air. It is important to check the air pressure yourself and look for leaks and punctures. You can learn more about how to check the pressure yourself by watching this video:
If the light on the dash stays illuminated after you add air to your tires, it's possible the Tire Pressure Monitoring System has been damaged or compromised. Bring your Subaru to our service center so we can determine the cause of the warning light and confirm your vehicle is safe to operate.