Some tire shops carry "a wide range of new tires" but at Pry Automotive we carry exactly the right tire that fits your car or truck in a style that fits your style. No more confusion. No standing around staring at a wall of new tire options. The tire specialist at Pry Automotive will help you select the right set of new tires every time. As one of the top-rated new tire shops in Butler, Pry Automotive tires are on more cars and trucks than any other tire shop in Butler.
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But Don't New Tires Cost More?
A set of new tires may cost more on the day they are installed. But when you factor in Pry Automotive promotions or manufacturer rebates, the cost of a set of new tires is only a little more than buying used tires. Plus, you can't beat the unmatched confidence and safety of new tires! The cost of new tires also includes the manufacturer's warranty. In most cases, the warranty covers you in the case of premature tread wear.
Can New Tires Save Money On Fuel Costs?
Your new tires may cost less than you think if you choose a fuel-saving tire. Many tire manufacturers are designing new tires that will pay you back at the pump. Discuss this option with our tire specialists if you commute a long distance to work or just like to travel. Fuel-saving tires still offer confident traction in rainy weather and a smooth ride around town. Some manufacturers boast that fuel-saving tires can save 2,600 miles worth of gas over the life of a set of tires.
New Tires With Symmetric Tread Pattern - Great For The Family Car
If getting your kids safely to soccer practice then our featured all season new tires will provide you stable handling with symmetrical tread patterns that offer great traction in wet, and dry conditions. A great touring tire is perfect for a comfortable, smooth cruising experience. If sudden harsh conditions are also a concern talk to our tire specialist about all-season new tires that offer more refined handling, higher traction, and more performance features.
Asymmetric Tread - For High-Performance Cars
New Tires offering an asymmetric tread offer the safest high-performance driving experience during the summer months. These new tires are built for control on hot dry asphalt or in unexpected wet conditions. Responsive handling and more stopping power on wet asphalt make asymmetric tread tires the choice for ultra-high performance drivers.
How Long Do New Tires Last?
On average new tires last about 3 to 4 years. If treadwear is a concern try a rugged off or on-road terrain tire. Many off or on-road tires are built to offer a smooth ride when cruising but become a long-lasting workhorse when hauling or towing.
Consider New Kevlar Tires For Off-Road Fun in Butler
Our best new off-road tires feature Kevlar that helps resist punctures when aggressively taking on mud, rocks and rugged terrain. Get more "bang for your buck" with new tires that offer smooth on-road and highway driving as well as tough off-road strength. On or off-road these new high-performance tires feature superior traction through rain, baking heat or freezing conditions.
Nothing but High Praise for this shop and all of their employees - Family business that provides exceptional service. Drove me home while they worked on my car the picked me up upon completion... Won't find that level of customer service at many privately owned repair facilities.. Customer Forever Boys!!!!!!!!!!
I had a pre-purchase inspection of a used car done at Pry Automotive in Butler. I was helped by Dominic and the service was amazing. My experience was one of honesty and straightforward communication. I live about an hour away and had scheduled this inspection to be done over the phone. Dominic had the vehicle come in as soon as he could, examined it, and called me afterward to give a comprehensive review of the issues and helped me figure out hypothetical costs for repair. This was my first time buying a used car and Dominic gave excellent advice beyond what was expected. I would highly recommend this location.
I heard about Pry from a new neighbor upon my recent move to the area. After having a new battery installed on my Jeep at a different shop, it failed inspection since the sensors had not completely reset, which I have learned is a common problem. I called Pry and explained my problem and John was as professional as you could ask for. He new my issue reassured me that it's a normal occurrence and I have set an appointment to have it repaired and inspected at Pry. I'll review after the work is done, but if the telephone call is representative of the way I'll be treated I believe I have found my local shop for all my car repairs and maintenance.