Only BMW-Approved Tires Provide Top Performance for Your BMW.
As the only point of
contact between your BMW and the road, it's vital that your tires deliver
excellent handling, cornering, braking and acceleration in a safe manner so
your BMW can perform like it should.
BMW offers two categories of tires: Run-Flats and Standard Engineered tires.
Run-Flat tires feature resilient rubber-reinforced sidewalls and heat-resistant
rubber compounds to allow you to continue driving with a punctured tire at a
maximum speed of 50 mph for a limited distance. Consult a BMW center to find
out if Run-Flat tires are available for your vehicle.
Starting at just 45
degrees, cooler weather has an immediate impact on the summer/performance tires
of every vehicle, even on BMW models equipped with xDrive. On snow-covered
surfaces, BMW-Approved Cold Weather Tires can significantly shorten braking
distance when compared to summer/performance tires. Improved stopping
distance can mean the difference between a safe, secure stop and an accident
when driving in winter weather.
Why Buy Your Tires at Wide World BMW?
When you purchase
tires at a BMW center, you can be confident that extensive testing has been
done to determine which tires are best suited for your vehicle to maximize
performance. Only tires that succeed in meeting BMW's standards for safety and
handling characteristics are given the title of BMW-Approved tires. In addition
to having proper speed rating, load index and size, your tires will be mounted
and balanced by a BMW-trained technician who knows your BMW.
The various types of Standard Engineered tires boost performance, intensify
exhilaration and give you peace of mind without sacrificing thrills when
driving in inclement weather. Experience impressive agility, absolute
confidence and the true joy of driving with the following types of BMW-approved
tires deliver reliable traction on snow and ice without sacrificing
handling grip and cornering capabilities in good weather.
tires offer the highest degree of handling grip and cornering ability. Not
recommended for driving in snow and ice.
tires are typically constructed of special rubber compounds that remain
pliable to deliver extra traction in snowy, icy conditions and low outside