Best Tires for Volvo XC40

On this page, you can find the best tires for Volvo XC40 2021 Recharge with tire size 235/50R19. For other years and trims please see the table below.

In addition, please note that different trims on the same year models can have different size tires, and in some models, the same trims can have different size tires from the factory. Check detailed information about the different years and trims for Volvo XC40 in the table below.

Best Volvo XC40 All Season Tires Tires

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Review Summary

With the data and stats we’ve used, we’d recommend the Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady tires for anybody who is regularly dealing with light snow, rain, or other wintery conditions but who doesn’t want to completely upgrade to a winter tire.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
92.07%
Wet Traction
91.01%
Noise
84.11%
Comfort
86.09%
Tread Life
86.09%
Snow Traction
85.11%
ice Traction
81.15%
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Review Summary

The data and user experiences that we have gathered suggest that the Vredestein HiTrac All-Season tires are worth the money. Drivers appreciated the smooth ride, durable construction, and road grip in all weather conditions.

This is an excellent tire for SUVs as they have off-road capabilities with predictable steering responses. For winter conditions, the test results were modest, suggesting that you're better off with a reputable brand of winter tires if you live in a place that experiences heavy snowfall.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
93%
Wet Traction
91%
Noise
89%
Comfort
91%
Tread Life
91%
Snow Traction
82%
ice Traction
77%

Best Volvo XC40 High Performance Summer Tires

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Review Summary

Based on our research, we concluded that the Pirelli P Zero PZ4 tire is one of the best summer tires in terms of short-term performance. From the information, analysis, and customer experiences that we have gathered, it’s evident that this is a tire that will serve drivers best on dry pavement.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
91%
Wet Traction
82%
Noise
82%
Comfort
83%
Tread Life
83%

Test Results

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 98.02 s +6.23 (6.79%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Braking 34 M +0.7 (2.1%)
Wet Braking 24.9 M +0.1 (0.4%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 115.1 Km/H -0.1 (-0.09%)
Dry Braking 34.5 M +1.2 (3.6%)
Wet Handling 85.2 Km/H +0.5 (0.59%)
Wet Braking 41.3 M +2.5 (6.44%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.83 kg / t +1.45 (17.3%)
Noise 66.9 dB -0.6 (-0.89%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Wet Circle 11.05 s -0.04 (-0.36%)
Curved Aquaplaning 2.75 m/sec2 +0.4 (17.02%)
Straight Aqua 77.5 Km/H +1.9 (2.51%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 100.1 s +1.6 (1.62%)
Dry Braking 32.7 M +1.1 (3.48%)
Wet Handling 66.7 s -2.5 (-3.61%)
Wet Braking 39.6 M +1.5 (3.94%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.46 kg / t +1.2 (14.53%)
Noise 70 dB +1 (1.45%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Wet Circle 13.41 s -0.04 (-0.3%)
Straight Aqua 79.3 Km/H -0.1 (-0.13%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 130.6 Km/H -2.7 (-2.03%)
Dry Braking 34.6 M +1.1 (3.28%)
Wet Handling 89.4 Km/H +1.7 (1.94%)
Wet Braking 32.4 M +4.9 (17.82%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.8 kg / t +1.4 (16.67%)
Noise 67.9 dB -0.3 (-0.44%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Wet Circle 7.2 m/s -0.03 (-0.41%)
Curved Aquaplaning 2.2 m/sec2 +0.1 (4.76%)
Straight Aqua 65.4 Km/H -3.8 (-5.49%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 95.17 s +0.3 (0.32%)
Dry Braking 33.34 M -0.59 (-1.74%)
Wet Handling 64.84 s +0.38 (0.59%)
Wet Braking 34.29 M -0.79 (-2.25%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.44 kg / t +0.88 (10.28%)
Noise 70.5 dB -0.3 (-0.42%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Curved Aquaplaning 2 m/sec2 -0.23 (-10.31%)
Straight Aqua 72.3 Km/H -4.4 (-5.74%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 67.2 s 0 (0%)
Dry Braking 34.3 M 0 (0%)
Wet Handling 66.3 s 0 (0%)
Wet Braking 27 M 0 (0%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Dry Handling 57 Points 0 (0%)
Subj. Wet Handling 57.5 Points 0 (0%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.9 kg / t 0 (0%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Wet Circle 14.9 s 0 (0%)
Curved Aquaplaning 17.3 m/sec2 0 (0%)
Straight Aqua 66.3 Km/H 0 (0%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 69.2 s +0.1 (0.14%)
Dry Braking 35.2 M +0.1 (0.28%)
Wet Handling 62.6 s -0.8 (-1.26%)
Wet Braking 45.1 M +3.2 (7.64%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Dry Handling 9 Points 0 (0%)
Subj. Wet Handling 10 Points +2 (25%)
Subj. Comfort 7 Points -1 (-12.5%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.99 kg / t +1.39 (16.16%)
Noise 69.8 dB -1.2 (-1.69%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Straight Aqua 68.2 Km/H -3.3 (-4.62%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 118.8 Km/H +0.4 (0.34%)
Dry Braking 34.5 M +1 (2.99%)
Wet Handling 77.2 Km/H +3.2 (4.32%)
Wet Braking 48.6 M +3.1 (6.81%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 9.9 kg / t +1.03 (11.61%)
Noise 72.5 dB +0.2 (0.28%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Curved Aquaplaning 2.43 m/sec2 +0.09 (3.85%)
Straight Aqua 71.6 Km/H -2 (-2.72%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 52.15 s 0 (0%)
Dry Braking 34.1 M +0.5 (1.49%)
Wet Handling 46 s -0.8 (-1.71%)
Wet Braking 28.7 M +2.7 (10.38%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Dry Handling 57 Points -6 (-9.52%)
Subj. Wet Handling 62 Points +7.5 (13.76%)
Subj. Comfort 22.5 Points -2.5 (-10%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 1.017 kg / t +0.14 (16.49%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Wet Circle 12.42 s +0.03 (0.24%)
Straight Aqua 72.2 Km/H +0.2 (0.28%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 126.2 Km/H +0.9 (0.72%)
Dry Braking 34.6 M +0.2 (0.58%)
Wet Handling 82.9 Km/H -0.2 (-0.24%)
Wet Braking 31.2 M +0.6 (1.96%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Dry Handling 8 Points 0 (0%)
Subj. Wet Handling 8 Points -1 (-11.11%)
Subj. Comfort 9 Points -1 (-10%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 8.9 kg / t 0 (0%)
Noise 70 dB +0.5 (0.72%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Straight Aqua 83.6 Km/H -4.7 (-5.32%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 87.3 s 0 (0%)
Dry Braking 35.5 M 0 (0%)
Wet Handling 82.1 s 0 (0%)
Wet Braking 37.5 M 0 (0%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Dry Handling 63 Points 0 (0%)
Subj. Wet Handling 59 Points 0 (0%)
Subj. Comfort 23.5 Points 0 (0%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 10.16 kg / t 0 (0%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Straight Aqua 75.7 Km/H 0 (0%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 99.8 Km/H 0 (0%)
Dry Braking 35.1 M 0 (0%)
Wet Handling 88.1 Km/H 0 (0%)
Wet Braking 46.7 M 0 (0%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Comfort 6 Points 0 (0%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 8.74 kg / t 0 (0%)
Noise 72.9 dB 0 (0%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Straight Aqua 88.6 Km/H 0 (0%)

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Review Summary

The Pirelli P Zero is a perfect option for drivers who want outstanding performance for daily driving. Road grip is excellent, cornering is fantastic, and it gives drivers confidence on the wheel. However, if you are concerned about durability and absolute performance, this tire may not be what you want to buy.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
89%
Wet Traction
76%
Noise
75%
Comfort
76%
Tread Life
76%

Test Results

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Braking 34.8 M +2.7 (8.41%)
Wet Braking 34.6 M +4.8 (16.11%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Braking 35.1 M +0.4 (1.15%)
Wet Braking 28.9 M +0.1 (0.35%)

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Performance Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Dry Handling 118 Km/H +0.3 (0.25%)
Dry Braking 35.1 M +0.9 (2.63%)
Wet Handling 75.7 Km/H -0.8 (-1.05%)
Wet Braking 28.9 M -0.7 (-2.36%)

Subjective Ratings

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Subj. Comfort 6 Points -3 (-33.33%)

Extra Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Rolling Resistance 10.27 kg / t +0.47 (4.8%)
Noise 73.5 dB +1.9 (2.65%)
Wear 35880 Km -15210 (-29.77%)

Special Conditions

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Straight Aqua 92.3 Km/H -7.4 (-7.42%)

Value Metrics

LabelValueDifference to Test Winner
Value 12.26 Price/1000 +2.86 (30.43%)

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Volvo XC40 Tire Sizes

Best Tires for Your Volvo XC40 – Enhancing Your Driving Experience

Find the finest selection of tires for your Volvo XC40 to optimize performance, durability, and safety. Our comprehensive list provides high-quality tires from reputable brands, specifically tailored to suit your vehicle’s needs and your driving style.

About the Volvo XC40: Features and Specifications

The Volvo XC40, known for its sleek design and practicality, is a compact luxury SUV that offers a comfortable ride and impressive handling. It comes with a range of engine options, all-wheel drive capabilities, and advanced safety features, making it a popular choice for urban adventures.

Experience Smooth and Safe Driving with the Right Tires for Your XC40

Choosing the right set of tires is pivotal for enhancing your driving experience. Tires for your Volvo XC40 should offer a balance of comfort, handling, and fuel efficiency. With our carefully selected top-rated tires, you can enjoy a smooth, quiet ride on any road surface.

Understanding When to Replace Your Volvo XC40’s Tires

Knowing when to replace your Volvo XC40’s tires is as crucial as choosing the best tires for your vehicle. This not only ensures your vehicle’s top performance but also contributes to your safety on the road. When considering tire replacement, the two most important factors to keep in mind are the accumulated mileage and the age of your tires.

Mileage Considerations

On average, a vehicle clocks around 12,000 miles per year. Considering that an average set of tires can last between 30,000 to 50,000 miles, you would typically require a tire replacement every three to five years.

Evaluating Tire Ratings

Every tire has a Uniform Tire Quality Grade (UTQG) rating embossed on its sidewall. This rating consists of a number and two letters, each representing the treadwear, traction rating, and temperature rating respectively.

  • Treadwear: Indicates the expected durability of the tire as compared to a standard control tire.
  • Traction Rating: Measures the tire’s ability to stop in wet conditions.
  • Temperature Rating: Refers to the tire’s capacity to withstand high temperatures.

For the Volvo XC40, the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season tires that come factory-equipped on most recent models have a UTQG rating of 740 A A. This suggests an excellent tread life of approximately 70,000 miles, exceptional wet-stopping capability (A rating), and excellent high-temperature performance (A rating).

Importance of Tire Age

The age of your tires also plays a crucial role in determining when to get a replacement. After about six years, tires may start to chemically degrade, posing potential safety risks. The manufacturing date of the tire can be identified from the last group of four digits after the DOT stamp on the tire’s sidewall.

In summary, when choosing the best tires for your Volvo XC40, it’s not only about selecting a high-quality brand or the right type for your driving conditions, but it’s also about knowing when it’s time for a replacement. By understanding the UTQG rating and the age of your tires, you’ll be better equipped to make informed decisions about tire replacements, ensuring your Volvo XC40 performs optimally and safely.

Choosing the Perfect Tires for Your Volvo XC40

The moment to replace your Volvo XC40’s tires has arrived, but should you stick with the original equipment (OE) tires, or explore other options? While replacing your worn-out tires with OE ones offers convenience, it might not necessarily provide the best value for your specific needs. Factors such as fuel economy, winter driving safety, tread life, and cost are critical to consider when choosing your new tires.

Benefits of Exploring Alternatives to OE Tires

Here’s why shopping around may be worth your time:

  • Improved Safety: Aftermarket tires can offer superior wet stopping distance and improved traction ratings, ensuring safe driving in various conditions.
  • Extended Tread Life: Looking for tires that last longer than the typical range? Certain tire models can offer this advantage while still providing excellent performance.
  • Economic Considerations: OE tires may not always offer the best value for your specific driving needs. By exploring other options, you can find tires that provide superior performance at a lower price.

Volvo XC40 Tire Sizes and Their Implications

Whether your Volvo XC40 is equipped with 18-inch or 19-inch wheels will influence your tire options. Note that the overall diameter of the tire and wheel should ideally stay the same, regardless of the changes you make. For instance, if you opt for a larger sidewall tire for added comfort, you would need to switch to a smaller wheel diameter, and vice versa.

Pros and Cons of Changing Wheel Size

Wheel Size Advantages Disadvantages
Smaller Better ride quality, cost reduction, easy seasonal changes Possibly less fashionable, could affect handling
Larger Improved handling and aesthetics, better braking Possibly less comfortable, might be more expensive

Deciphering Tire Sizes

The sizes of your Volvo XC40’s tires are fundamental to your selection. As an example, let’s dissect the 235/55R19 101V tires found on some XC40 models:

  • 235: This number represents the tire’s width from one sidewall to the other in millimeters – the tread width. In this case, the tire is 235 millimeters wide.
  • 55: This is the aspect ratio, indicating the sidewall height as a percentage of the tire’s width. Here, it’s 55 percent of the tire’s width (or 129.25mm).
  • R: This stands for radial tires, the most common type of automotive tire. The fabric woven into the tires to strengthen sidewalls and tread is positioned radially for optimal strength while the tire is spinning.
  • 19: This is the diameter of the wheel, measured in inches.
  • 101: This is the tire’s load rating, indicating how much weight it can bear.
  • V: This is the tire’s speed rating. V-rated tires have a maximum top speed of 149 mph.

Types of Tires: Find Your Perfect Match

Your Volvo XC40 can be fitted with various kinds of tires, depending on your driving conditions and preferences. Here are the four most common types of tires you’ll find at most tire shops:

  • Touring and All-season tires: Ideal for a smooth ride with good wet and dry traction, these offer decent winter traction and longer tread life. They’re suitable for winter but can’t compete with dedicated winter tires.
  • Performance tires: These offer confident handling, superior wet and dry traction, and a sporty feel. However, the enhanced grip and speed ratings might lead to shorter tread life and reduced ride quality.
  • All-terrain tires: Built for off-road traction and durability, these might be noisier and less comfortable on roads but provide decent winter traction and tread wear.
  • Winter and snow tires: These are designed with special rubber compounds to maintain grip when temperatures drop, and their unique tread patterns optimize the vehicle’s ability to start and stop on very slippery roads.

In conclusion, choosing the best tires for your Volvo XC40 involves considerations beyond sticking with OE tires. It’s about understanding your unique requirements, exploring various options, and making an informed decision that delivers optimal performance and value.

Volvo XC40 Tire FAQ

As a Volvo XC40 owner or prospective owner, you might have specific questions about the vehicle’s tires. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions:

How long do Volvo XC40 tires last?

Tire lifespan depends largely on your driving habits. However, original tires should last about 50,000 miles before you need to start looking for replacements. Rather than focusing on mileage, it’s advisable to measure tread depth and replace tires when they’re sufficiently worn.

Do Volvo vehicles need special tires?

Volvo vehicles don’t necessarily require special tires, but you may want to choose tires that match your driving patterns. If you often drive on trails, dirt roads, or in muddy conditions, all-terrain tires may be a better fit than all-season ones. Similarly, if you live in areas prone to heavy snowfall, your Volvo XC40 could benefit significantly from dedicated winter tires.

What brand of tires does Volvo use?

Volvo typically uses Pirelli tires in various sizes for its vehicles.

What is the right Volvo XC40 tire pressure?

You’ll find a white and yellow label inside the driver’s side door of your Volvo XC40, which specifies the exact tire pressure recommendations for your vehicle. It includes cold and hot ratings, indicating tire pressures (in PSI) when the tires are cold and when they’re hot. Your vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) will be calibrated to these numbers.

How often should I rotate my Volvo’s tires?

Tire rotation frequency depends more on the tire than the vehicle. While the owner’s manual for your XC40 will provide recommendations based on Volvo’s factory tires, replacements may have different suggestions. In general, rotations should occur every 5,000 to 7,000 miles, or typically during every oil change, to ensure maximum tire performance and longevity.

What is the best XC40 tire change kit?

Alongside the original equipment Volvo provides, like the factory scissor jack and lug wrench, you might want to carry an easier-to-use jack or wrench, emergency placards or triangles, and some emergency lighting. A flashlight for nighttime tire changes can also come in handy.

Tire Buying FAQ

If you’re looking to purchase new tires for your Volvo XC40, here are some frequently asked questions that might help:

Where do I shop for the best prices?

Many online retailers offer excellent prices and choices for tires. Local shops in moderately-sized cities also have competitive pricing. Tire Rack and SimpleTire are great online options. For more information, you can refer to our guide on the Best Places to Buy Tires Online and Save Hundreds.

How much is shipping?

Most online retailers offer free shipping, especially when sending to a local shop for replacement.

How long does shipping take?

Typically, most retailers require 2-5 business days for shipping unless the tires are very near your location. Some can ship the same day if the tires are already in inventory at your preferred shop and the online retailer has a relationship with them.

How much does it cost to install a tire?

Many shops include installation in the price of the tire. Some might add charges for additional services like replacing tire stems and balancing. These charges usually range from $10 to $50 per tire, depending on the services and your location.

Do I need to change the tire pressure monitoring system with tires?

The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) isn’t part of the tires, but it’s often attached to the wheel. If the wheel is damaged or needs replacement, the TPMS may also need to be replaced. Most of the time, however, regular tire changes do not affect the TPMS.

Can an online retailer help me with winter tires?

Yes, most online retailers often coordinate with local tire shops during the height of the winter tire buying season.