Tire Service for Honda Automobiles in Troutdale, Oregon

Turn to Tonkin Gresham Honda for Tire Inspections & More

Tire Service

For your Honda automobile to continually perform safely and efficiently around Portland, OR, it needs the proper tires. Not only does it require the right tires for local road conditions, terrain, weather and your driving style, but it also needs tires inflated to the correct pressure and with ample tread. Here's where Tonkin Gresham Honda and our on-site service department come into the equation!

Our Honda service center in Troutdale, OR, welcomes motorists to visit us for complete tire care. We employ ASE and Honda Master Certified technicians that provide top-quality service for all car makes and models, including for crucial components like tires.

Stop by our local service facility for a quick inspection, inflation and rotation. Or, shop for new tires for sale so that your Honda can continue to deliver that dependable performance and safety you expect!

When you arrive at our service department for tire maintenance, our team will first conduct a thorough inspection, noting any uneven tread wear or improper tire pressure levels before promptly remedying the situation. We'll alert you to any tire issues we find and provide you with affordable solutions before getting to work.

Your Source for New Tires & Installation Around Portland

Visit The Tire Store

Is it time for a new set of tires on your CR-V or Accord? Tonkin Gresham Honda is the smart choice for new replacement tires that complement your Honda automobile.

We offer direct-replacement tires if you'd like to stick with the same tires that came with your late-model Honda from the factory. We provide plenty of other affordable options, too, including name-brand tires at various price points. Whether you're after a new set of all-season, summer performance, winter and all-terrain tires, we've got you covered.

When you buy a set of four tires at our Troutdale, OR, dealership, our trained and certified technicians can mount the new rubber on your car's wheels in no time. If you'd like our team also to conduct a brake inspection, wheel alignment, oil change or other services during your visit, just ask our service advisors for a quote.

Schedule a Tire Check Near Beaverton, OR, Today

A tire inspection takes only a few minutes, so an appointment is not required. However, we invite customers to schedule a service visit online or via phone so that our team is prepared for your arrival.

From our tire service specials to our welcoming customer lounge stocked with complimentary refreshments and fitted with comfortable seating, there are many reasons to choose Tonkin Gresham Honda for complete auto care near Beaverton, Oregon. Contact our team or visit us soon so that we can keep your Honda's tires in check!

  • Tire Balance

    What is tire balancing?

    Tire balancing equally distributes the weight of the tire and wheel assembly to spin smoothly at high speed.

    Tires can become out of balance with normal tire wear. All four tires and wheels may be balanced during a tire rotation and when new tires are installed.

    Special equipment spins the tire and wheel assembly to measure vibrations and the technician installs wheel weights as needed to eliminate the vibrations.

    What if I ignore it?

    • Excessive tire wear
    • Irregular tire wear such as cupping
    • Steering and suspension component wear
    • Vibration

    What if I take care of it?

    • Maximize tire wear and ride quality
    • Prolong tire life
    • Minimize vibration
  • Tire Condition / Tread Depth

    What is tire condition & tread depth?

    Monitoring normal tread wear helps plan for future tire replacement. Uneven or irregular tread wear can indicate problems with tire pressure, wheel alignment, tire balance, or lack of rotation. New tire tread depths typically begin with 9/32" to 12/32" of tread. Make sure your tires' tread depths are sufficient for road and weather conditions.

    What if I ignore it?

    • Loss of braking effectiveness, steering control, and traction in wet weather
    • Increased braking distances
    • Increased risk of hydroplaning
    • Low tread depth restricts water, slush and snow from escaping between tire tread and the road. This can promote hydroplaning and reduce traction on wet and wintry roads.
    • Minimum tread depth recommended for vehicles likely to encounter listed condition:
      • Snow=5/32"
      • Rain=4/32"
      • Dry=2/32"
    • Tread depth under 2/32" may violate applicable law.

    What if I take care of it?

    • Increase safety performance
    • Provide a more enjoyable ride
    • Help ensure your vehicle meets its original load and speed rating specifications
    • Match the physical dimensions, internal construction, tread design, and tread compound of the original tires
    • Help achieve performance characteristics originally intended for your vehicle

    What are the benefits of Original Equipment (OE) Tires?

    Original Equipment (OE) Tires:

    • Developed by Honda engineers who work closely with the original equipment tire manufacturer to develop a tire that optimizes all the performance attributes of your vehicle
    • Undergo an exclusive Honda development process with testing to ensure the same level of performance
    • Extensively tested in the lab, on the track, and on the road to ensure that the tires provide the right balance of performance, comfort, wear, and fuel efficiency
    • Help your vehicle attain the original performance characteristics to maintain the enjoyment you've had with your Honda since day one
    • Are the only tires Honda recommends for your vehicle
    Non OE Tire Options:

    • May share some characteristics of the original tires, but because of the number of variable design characteristics, they may perform differently, potentially altering the ride comfort, interior noise, wear rate, fuel efficiency, steering feel, snow traction, and wet and dry handling and braking performance you may be accustomed to
    • May be available from us at Tonkin Gresham Honda, but can vary in certain specifications from your vehicle's original tires
    • Although we recommend that you help retain your vehicle's original performance characteristics by choosing OE specified tires, you may have other needs that could be met with another tire that was not tested by or developed in conjunction with Honda

    What service your vehicle at Tonkin Gresham Honda?

    Honda authorized tires purchased at Tonkin Gresham Honda come with 24 months of road hazard coverage. Ask us for specific Road Hazard Program terms and conditions.
  • Tire Pressure

    What is tire pressure?

    Properly inflated tires provide the best combination of handling, tread life, and comfort. The air pressure inside the tires supports the weight of the vehicle. Tire pressure is the inflation pressure specification, measured in Pounds per Square Inch (PSI), for a given tire type, size, and application.

    The cold tire inflation pressure, PSI, is on the Tire Information Label located on the driver's side door jamb.

    Because tires can lose 1 to 2 PSI of tire pressure per month, tire pressures must be checked regularly.

    What if I ignore it?

    • Underinflation, or low tire pressure, can cause premature wear, irregular tread wear, and decreased fuel efficiency
    • Underinflation adversely affects handling
    • Underinflation may lead to tire failure
    • Overinflated tires make your vehicle ride harshly, are more prone to road hazards, and wear unevenly

    What if I take care of it?

    • Prolong tire life
    • Increase fuel efficiency
    • Improve ride characteristics, handling, and comfort
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

    What is TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)?

    Since 2008, every Honda has been equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that monitors the pressure in all four tires and alerts the driver if pressure in any tire becomes significantly low. Drivers should also regularly check their tires' pressure using an accurate gauge.

    Some Honda TPMS systems have battery powered sensors inside the wheels. Batteries inside these sensors have an expected lifespan of 7 - 10 years. When a battery in any sensor fails, an indicator on the instrument panel comes on and the system will no longer monitor the tire pressure.

    What if I ignore it?

    • You could inadvertently drive on a significantly under-inflated tire, which could cause the tire to overheat and then unexpectedly fail/blow out
    • Underinflation also reduces fuel efficiency and tire tread life, and may affect the vehicle's handling and stopping ability

    What if I take care of it?

    • Prolong tire life
    • Increase fuel efficiency
    • Improve ride characteristics, handling, and comfort

    What are the benefits of Honda Genuine TPMS?

    Honda Genuine Parts are engineered and rigorously tested to meet original quality fit and performance specifications of your Honda and are also designed to operate in harmony with the other Honda Genuine Parts already installed on your vehicle.
  • Tire Rotation

    What is Tire Rotation?

    During tire rotation, at the time of service, the tire and wheel assemblies are moved from one position to another to more evenly distribute wear and maximize tire life. The rotation pattern depends on the vehicle and tire design. Because the front tires turn and pull the vehicle forward, front tires wear differently than rear tires.

    Tire rotation is regular maintenance that should be performed as recommended and is required to maintain the tire's warranty coverage. (Consult the tire manufacturer's warranty booklet provided with the vehicle for more details.)

    What if I ignore it?

    • Increased likelihood of irregular or uneven tire wear
    • Increased tire wear and more frequent replacement
    • Premature wear can increase road noise

    What if I take care of it?

    • Prolong tire life
    • Help ensure your vehicle's optimal handling with more even tire wear
    • Avoid road noise caused by premature or irregular wear
  • Wheel Alignment

    What is wheel alignment?

    A wheel alignment is the adjustment of angles that the tires make in relation to the road surface and each other. The primary alignment angles are camber, caster, and toe.

    A wheel alignment is often performed after replacing tires or suspension components, after an impact with a pothole or curb, or when the following conditions occur: abnormal tire wear, an offset steering wheel, or handling concerns (drifting, pulling, wandering, darting).

    Technicians measure alignment angles using sophisticated equipment, then adjust or possibly replace suspension components as needed to set alignment to original Honda specifications.

    What if I ignore it?

    • Increased or irregular tire wear and more frequent tire replacement
    • Vehicle may drift, wander, pull, or dart

    What if I take care of it?

    • Prolong tire life
    • Helps optimize your vehicle's handling based on original Honda specifications
    • Reduces steering effort
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