Nissan Tire Shop & Mechanic Repair

The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Nissan Models We Carry Tires For

Multinational Japanese auto manufacturer Nissan has been producing some of the world’s most edgy, yet sophisticated automobiles since 1933. Formerly known as Jidosha-Seizo Kabushiki-Kaisha, the company was not officially named Nissan until June of 1934. Just one short year after being officially named Nissan, the company released their very first small-sized vehicle. All of their vehicles and components were produced at their Yokohama plant in Japan. Soon after this, Nissan began launching and exporting their products in other countries as well. One of their first few models were made to represent the great industrial advances that were being made in Japan during this time. This company certainly served as a mark of honor and pride for the country of Japan. To this day, Nissan produces millions of different models throughout the entire world.

As a tire shop, we believe that all vehicles should be treated with care and respect. Whether you drive an expensive vehicle or an older one, we want to make sure that you are as safe as possible at all times. If you are looking for a new set of tires for your Nissan, we often recommend Michelin as well as Continental and Bridgestone. Our recommendations also depend on the year and model that you have. Many of our customers have asked us if their tires have to match the original manufactures tire brand. Although you absolutely may select that brand, it is not necessary to choose the same brand. There are many reasons as to why you may want to get into a new set of tires other than the previous set.

For example, maybe your tires did not wear as nicely as you would have liked. If you purchased your vehicle used with non-original tires, you may not know what tires your vehicle was built with. That is exactly what we are here for. We will take a look at your exact model, year and mileage and assess what the absolute best tire option is for your needs. Other factors that we consider prior to making any decisions is your personal driving style and the amount of driving that you typically do. Any good tire company knows that all of these factors ought to be considered prior to setting you up with a new set.

Many of our customers ask us how we know which tires will be best for their vehicle. Although we may know this straight away, we will also utilize our on-line tire selector to make this process as easy-as-possible for you. This way, you are guaranteed to find the perfect tires that will serve you with the best possible driving experience. Your own personal driving style also plays a very large role in how long your tires will last, and how well the tires will function on the road.

We will also take a look at the rest of your vehicle to make sure that all other parts are functioning properly. This is essential to a safe driving experience for you and your passengers. Ignoring warning signs is something that we suggest you never do. We understand first hand that any sort of work performed on your vehicle can certainly get costly. That is why we offer some of the most competitive pricing around town. Aside from tires, we also offer all of your basic mechanical needs as well.

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The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Nissan auto mechanic repair

  • Nissan State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
  • Nissan Expert brake service
  • Nissan Tune-ups
  • Nissan Oil changes
  • Nissan Electrical repairs
  • Nissan Front-end work
  • Nissan Axles
  • Nissan Tire rotation and balancing
  • Nissan Strut and shock installation
  • Nissan Mufflers and exhaust systems
  • Nissan Radiators
  • Nissan Air conditioning repairs
  • Nissan Clutches and steering
  • Nissan Fuel injection
  • Nissan Custom rims and tires
  • Nissan New and used tires
  • Nissan  alignments
  • Nissan Rim welding
  • Nissan Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
  • Nissan Dual exhaust
  • Nissan CV axles
  • Nissan Converters
  • Nissan Custom pipe bending
  • Nissan Cooling systems/flush
  • Nissan Starters and alternators
  • Nissan U-joints

The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Nissan Models We Carry Tires For

  • Nissan Altima Sedan
  • Nissan Altima Coupe
  • Nissan Altima Hybrid
  • Nissan Cube
  • Nissan Maxima
  • Nissan Sentra
  • Nissan Versa Hatchback
  • Nissan Versa Sedan
  • Nissan Electric Car
  • Nissan LEAF
  • Nissan Sports Cars
  • Nissan GT-R
  • Nissan 370Z Coupe
  • Nissan 370Z Roadster
  • Nissan Crossovers and SUV's
  • Nissan JUKE
  • Nissan Murano
  • Nissan Murano Cabriolet
  • Nissan Pathfinder
  • Nissan Rogue
  • Nissan Xterra
  • Nissan Quest
  • Nissan Armada
  • Nissan NV Passenger
  • Nissan Trucks
  • Nissan Frontier
  • Nissan Titan
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The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair  Ferndale, MI Nissan Tires FAQ's

It is important to us to see that your vehicle is up to standard at all times. Regardless of your price point, we will work with you one-on-one. To save you time, we have listed many shared general questions and concerns regarding mechanical work and tire replacement.

Can my personal driving habits affect my tires on my Nissan?

Absolutely yes. If you tend to be a fast driver, it is important to know that when driving at high speeds for a long period of time, excess heat is produced. This excessive amount of heat will decrease the tire’s overall durability taking away from the life of the tire.

Another helpful bit of advice is to avoid heavy breaking and taking sharp corners. This constant stress placed on the tires will also effect their lifespan.

Riding close to the curb or running over potholes also places you at high risk for future tire problems.

How do I know if I need new tires on my Nissan?

Typically, you will be able to notice the difference in your overall drive. If you find that you no longer have the traction that you once did, it may be time for a new set.

Hydroplaning in wet and slippery conditions is also another warning sign.

If your tread is incredibly worn or completely gone, then you know it is most definitely time for a new set of tires.

How much air do I put in my tires on my Nissan?

This will vary by the type and size tire that you have. Appropriate inflation is something that we strongly advocate for at our shop. This will contribute to your safety, and the lifespan of the tire as well.

You can locate this information in your owner’s manual, or on the inside of the driver side door. Sometimes, this information is found in the glovebox or in the center console as well.

Checking inflation regularly is something to get in the habit of to prevent a flat or blow out.

What causes a flat tire on my Nissan?

There are numerous reasons as to why a flat tire may occur. Possible reasons could be a leakage in the valve stem.

Debris in the road such as glass, nails or other sharp objects that could puncture the rubber.

Corrosion that has built up between the wheels. This would prevent a proper seal from forming causing other problems.

Misaligned wheels and tires

Accidents

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