Best Tires for Honda Accord 2017

On this page, you can find the best tires for Honda Accord 2017 Hybrid EX-L with tire size 235/40R19. For other 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 trims for Honda Accord 2017 by visiting the Honda Accord page.

TrimTire Sizes
Honda Accord 2017 Coupe EX215/55R17
Honda Accord 2017 Coupe EX-L215/55R17
Honda Accord 2017 Coupe EX-L V6235/45R18
235/40R19
Honda Accord 2017 Coupe LX-S215/55R17
Honda Accord 2017 Coupe Touring235/40R19
Honda Accord 2017 Hybrid225/50R17
Honda Accord 2017 Hybrid EX-L225/50R17
Honda Accord 2017 Hybrid Touring225/50R17
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan EX215/55R17
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan EX-L215/55R17
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan EX-L V6215/55R17
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan LX205/65R16
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan Sport235/40R19
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan Sport Special Edition235/40R19
Honda Accord 2017 Sedan Touring235/40R19

Best Honda Accord 2017 All Season Tires Tires

1.

Review Summary

Based on our research and analysis of user reviews and performance tests, we have concluded this all-season touring tire is a great deal and performs exceptionally well compared to other summer premium touring tires.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
93%
Wet Traction
90%
Noise
87%
Comfort
89%
Tread Life
89%
Snow Traction
79%
ice Traction
75%
2.

Review Summary

According to our research, the Firestone WeatherGrip tire is a decent all-year-round tire. It works effectively on dry, wet, snow, and icy roads. Noise is low, rides smoothly, and increases gas mileage. However, it's noisy on highways, and performance comes with the cost of longevity.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
90.19%
Wet Traction
89.21%
Noise
81.08%
Comfort
84.30%
Tread Life
84.30%
Snow Traction
86.20%
ice Traction
81.29%
3.

Review Summary

In conclusion, based on our research, data, and customer reviews, we highly recommend the Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack tires. With exceptional performance and safety ratings in dry and wet conditions, impressive noise reduction, and remarkable smoothness, these tires offer an incredibly comfortable driving experience. Their even tread wear and durability make them a cost-effective choice for all-season driving. While their snow and ice traction scores may not be the highest, their ability to handle low-grip conditions proves that they are all-season tires. Overall, we think the Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack tires are an excellent choice for drivers looking for a reliable all-weather tire.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
93.05%
Wet Traction
90.03%
Noise
88.98%
Comfort
89.84%
Tread Life
89.84%
Snow Traction
75.24%
ice Traction
70.32%

Best Honda Accord 2017 High Performance Summer Tires

1.

Review Summary

Based on our research, we concluded the Yokohama ADVAN Apex V601 is one of the best max-performance summer tires around. From the data and user experiences that we have gathered, it’s suggested that this tire will perform best on dry pavement but can also hold its own in wet conditions when needed.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
90.32%
Wet Traction
82.15%
Noise
81.72%
Comfort
81.51%
Tread Life
81.51%
2.

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

3rd of 3 tiresRoad Tires vs Track Tires vs Slick Tires

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Performance Metrics

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

3rd of 48 tires2023 Summer Tire Market Overview

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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%)

3rd of 13 tires2023 AutoBild Sports Car Summer Tire Test

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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%)

3rd of 10 tires2023 AZ UHP Summer Tire Test

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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%)

3rd of 10 tires2022 Sport Auto UHP, UUHP and Semi Slick Tire Test

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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%)

4th of 14 tires2021 Tire Reviews UHP Summer Tire Test

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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%)

1st of 9 tires2021 EVO Summer Tire Test

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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%)

3rd of 10 tires2021 Auto Zeitung Summer UHP Tire Test

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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%)

4th of 15 tires2021 Auto Bild 19 inch Summer Tire Test

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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%)

3rd of 7 tires2020 EVO UHP Summer Tire Test

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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%)

9th of 16 tires2020 ADAC 18 Inch Summer Tire Test

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7th of 10 tires2019 Gute Fahrt Summer 18 Inch Tire Test

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1st of 7 tires2019 EVO Summer Tire Test

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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%)

4th of 11 tires2018 AMS Summer UHP Tire Test

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5th of 10 tires2017 Sport Auto UHP and Track Day Test

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3rd of 9 tires2017 Motor Mag UHP Tire Test

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2nd of 9 tires2017 EVO Summer Tire Test

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3rd of 5 tires2017 Car and Driver UHP Tire Test

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6th of 9 tires2017 Auto Bild Sports Cars Tire Test

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3.

Review Summary

We find we cannot recommend this tire for regular use based on extensive research. Both independent professional testing and hundreds of customer reviews indicate that the manufacturer seriously overstated their assessments of the tire model’s abilities.

Bridgestone promises a summer performance tire that handles well, quietly, and comfortably in wet and dry conditions, as well as ice and snow. All evidence suggests that the Potenza RE050A model fails to perform as described, to the point of being potentially dangerous in some conditions. The model also lacks any particular durability and warranty.

Under certain conditions, it may be a worthwhile addition to a performance vehicle. Customer reviews suggest that these tires perform well on smooth roads with regular maintenance, including regular tire rotations and alignments. A vehicle with irregular use, or one limited to highly maintained roads and tracks, may be suited to this model of tire.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
87.01%
Wet Traction
72.84%
Noise
68.03%
Comfort
70.05%
Tread Life
70.05%

Test Results

3rd of 8 tires2015 Australian Motor 235/35 R19 Tire Test

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8th of 9 tires2011 Autoreview Max Performance Summer Tire Test

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6th of 6 tires2010 Autocar Tire Test - RWD

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9th of 11 tires2010 Auto Express Ultra High Performance Tire Test

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Best Tires for Your 2017 Honda Accord – Find the Perfect Fit for Your Vehicle and Learn More About This Popular Model

Explore the top selection of tires for your 2017 Honda Accord, designed to enhance your car’s performance, safety, and comfort. Our comprehensive list features high-quality options from leading brands, tailored specifically for your vehicle’s needs. Find the perfect match for your driving style and preferences.

About the 2017 Honda Accord: Features and Specifications

The 2017 Honda Accord is a popular midsize sedan known for its reliability, comfort, and versatility. It comes in several trim levels, including the LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring. The 2017 Honda Accord offers two engine options: a standard 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine producing 185 horsepower and a 3.5-liter V6 engine offering 278 horsepower. The standard engine is paired with a 6-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), while the V6 engine comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Standard features in the 2017 Honda Accord include a rearview camera, a 7.7-inch infotainment touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity, and a USB port. It also includes safety features like antilock brakes, stability control, and front and side-impact airbags.

Experience Smooth and Safe Driving with the Best Tires for 2017 Honda Accord

Choosing the right set of tires for your 2017 Honda Accord can improve handling, traction, and overall performance. The right tire can also enhance ride comfort, reduce noise, and improve fuel efficiency. We offer a wide selection of tires to match your driving style and preferences, ensuring a smooth and safe ride.

Featured Tires for the 2017 Honda Accord and Key Model Specifications

Our featured tires for the 2017 Honda Accord are carefully selected to deliver optimum performance and durability. These high-quality tires offer a range of features and benefits, including:

  1. Advanced traction and handling for improved performance in all seasons
  2. Long-lasting tread life for added durability and value
  3. Low rolling resistance for improved fuel efficiency and reduced carbon footprint
  4. Reduced road noise for a more comfortable ride experience
  5. High-quality materials and construction for maximum safety and reliability

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Our goal is to help you find the perfect tire for your 2017 Honda Accord while providing valuable information about your vehicle. With the right set of tires and a deeper understanding of your vehicle, you can optimize your driving experience and truly enjoy your time on the road.

Whether you’re a daily commuter, a weekend adventurer, or a professional driver, the right set of tires can enhance your driving experience and keep you safe on the road.