- 1 Where are Pantera tires manufactured?
- 2 Are Pantera tires any good?
- 3 Who sells sentury?
- 4 How long do sentury tires last?
- 5 Are sentury tires good tires?
- 6 Does Discount Tire do alignments?
- 7 What brand of tires should I stay away from?
- 8 What is the best cheap tire brand?
- 9 How much should I pay for tires?
Where are Pantera tires manufactured?
The Tire Alliance Groupe (TAG) is adding another tire to its portfolio: Pantera. The private brand tire will be produced by Qingdao Sentury Tire Co. Ltd. in Thailand.
Are Pantera tires any good?
Pantera Tire is a unique brand from Tire Alliance Group produced by Sentury Tire. Presently, this brand included a wide range of vehicle road kits with various tire sizes. Pantera offers a combination of superior performance and exceptional value at competitive prices.
Who sells sentury?
Our Sentury Tire Brand is sold exclusively at DISCOUNT TIRE/AMERICA’S TIRE.
How long do sentury tires last?
The Sentury Touring has a projected tread life of 50,000 miles, better than manufacturer’s warranty of 40,000 miles.
Are sentury tires good tires?
Expect to find good overall traction and handling in dry or wet conditions. Handling and steering are crisp and responsive for the most part, and treadwear has currently shown to be better than many in this class. Winter traction/braking and acceleration could be improved on, but this is an all-season tire though.
Does Discount Tire do alignments?
Discount Tire does not perform alignment services, but we want to provide you with useful information about how alignment settings can affect your tires.
What brand of tires should I stay away from?
Brands of Tires to Avoid at All Costs
Westlake Tires. AKS Tires. Telluride tires. Compass Tires.
What is the best cheap tire brand?
Based on our research, the top five cheap tire brands currently available are:
How much should I pay for tires?
According to CostHelper, a standard, all-season tire costs between $50 and $200 each with an average price of $80 to $150. For a pickup truck or SUV, drivers may pay $50 to $350, with an average cost of about $100 to $250. Several variables determine the cost of new tires, including the tire’s brand and size.