Let Our Tire Experts Find Your Perfect Match

To keep you rolling for mile after mile, we keep our Subaru Tire Center stocked with the best tires for any Subaru model.

When you buy a new or used Subaru from the team at Subaru of Midland Odessa, it is just the beginning of your new Subaru experience. Our experts will pair your Subaru with the perfect replacement tires when it comes time to change them out, and you can drive off feeling great knowing you're covered with our Subaru 24-Month Tire Protection Plan, free with any tire purchase at our location. What does that mean? It means you get:

  • 24-Month Tire Protection*
  • Covers Tire Replacement or Repair within 24 Hours*
  • Complimentary Subaru Tire Roadside Assistance*
  • And SO MUCH More!*

*Be sure to ask one of our Subaru Tire Experts about the full coverage details

You can shop our entire selection of Genuine Subaru Tires and find the perfect match for your Subaru model online! Check out the Subaru of Midland Odessa Tire Store now!

Why Do You Need Good Tires?

With so many tire options out there today and prices ranging all over the board, it can be confusing and might make you want to just go with the first or cheapest option you can find since you'll be replacing them eventually anyway. Don't do that! Having the right tires on your vehicle is the first step to keeping you and your passengers safe, every time you drive in Midland, TX. You must pick proper tires for your vehicle, and our team of experts is here to help you find the perfect tires that will have great tread life to wear well and evenly.

Choosing the right tires for where you drive.

Get the Right Tires for your Climate

You know that things like tread depth and tire pressure are important factors for keeping your Subaru driving smooth for miles, but did you know you also need to consider your climate when purchasing tires? Depending on where you live, different tires will drive better and last longer. Ensuring you have the correct tires for the climate you drive in most often is critical for driving safely and for extending the life of your tires.

A Broad Selection of Tires for Those Who Like to Roam

While a large portion of our customer base mostly tends to roam within the warmer climate of northwest Texas, we also have a number of Subaru drivers that roam beyond the hot and dry climate of our local Midland, TX streets.  This is why we keep an expansive collection of different tires so that you can rest assured that we will have the tires you need to perfectly outfit your Subaru, no matter where you may roam.

Our team of tire experts is happy to help you select the correct tires for where you drive. If you like to do your homework before coming in or calling with questions, though, we've got you covered. Keep reading for some information to guide you when determining which type of tires are best for your daily commute.

All-season Tires

Let's start with the most common tire type: all-season tires. While these tires are designed to perform well in many different conditions, they aren't ideal for every type of climate. They can handle some time in the heat and the cold but are best suited for moderate climates where weather extremes are more of a rarity. These tires are designed to be used year-round, providing you do most of your driving in a moderate climate, and can hold up well in both dry and wet conditions.

Yes, these tires are engineered to drive in a variety of weather conditions, but if you live somewhere that is hot and more tropical you should consider selecting summer tires to handle those high temperatures and hot pavements. Conversely, if you live somewhere that has more snow days than beach days, you should consider winter tires to get the best bang for your buck. But there is a wide variety within the all-season tire category, which is why we have a team of tire experts here at Subaru of Midland Odessa to answer your questions and help you find the perfect all-season tires for your Subaru if you live in a moderate climate.

Benefits of all-season tires. 

  • Engineered to perform in warm, dry and wet conditions
  • Suitable in cold weather with light snowfall
  • Intended for year-round use
  • Longer tread life
  • Many variations available

Summer/Performance Tires

When you live in an area that can often be described as hot-hot-hot like our home town of Midland and neighboring Odessa, TX, summer performance tires could be the perfect choice for your Subaru. These tires are designed to handle high temperatures and are great for areas that hit triple-digits regularly throughout the summer. They will help you come to a stop more quickly on hot, dry pavement and perform better in wet, warm conditions than winter or all-season tires will.

Because these tires can handle high temperatures and lots of friction with their larger surface area to grip sweltering roads, some types of summer performance tires are also ideal for high-performance vehicles like the WRX or BRZ. Specially-designed summer performance tires give you prime cornering power and quick braking ability when you've got that need for speed.

If this sounds like your type of driving, come see our team at Subaru of Midland Odessa to find the perfect summer performance tires for your Subaru.

Benefits of summer/performance tires. 

  • Improved braking, cornering and traction in warm climate conditions
  • Exceptional street traction
  • Enhanced performance in wet driving conditions
  • High-performance versions available for speed and agility

Winter Tires

If you spend a large amount of drive-time carving through snow-covered roads, winter tires might be the right choice for you. These tires are designed to perform better than other tires in cold and freezing temperatures and are perfect for plowing through some powder. Specialized rubber compounds that grip tight to cold, icy roads are paired with intricately-designed tread patterns to give you a safe drive in wintery weather. If you've ever been riding along and felt more than nervous when trying to brake quickly on snowy or icy roads, these are the tires you need to put your mind at ease.

If you're planning on moving or taking a trip up North to snowier conditions, reach out to our tire experts so we can get you paired up with the best set of tires for your ride. You might be thinking, "I've got all-season tires, I'm perfectly fine to drive through a few feet of snow!" Well, you may be surprised to learn that you're wrong. Despite their confusing name, all-season tires are best for milder temperatures, and the rubber used in all-season tires will harden in cold temperatures. Summer performance tires will experience this as well, and this hardening of the rubber will reduce the efficacy of braking, handling, and traction during your drive. Pick up a set of winter tires from Subaru of Midland Odessa to avoid that stomach-sinking feeling of slipping and sliding while braking or taking a curve on cold winter roads.

Benefits of winter tires. 

  • Engineered to perform in cold temperatures, snow, ice and slush
  • Soft rubber compound improves traction 
  • Increased stopping performance on snow/ice
  • Decreases sliding during turns

Why You Should Consider Multiple Sets of Tires

For those of us who typically stay in one climate that doesn't have much temperature and weather fluctuation, one set of all-season tires might be perfect for your driving needs. But, you do own a Subaru. Many Subaru owners love the brand because Subaru vehicles can handle extreme conditions, and want to take advantage of all that Mother Nature has to explore. If that sounds more like you then you should consider owning more than one set of tires.

All-season tires are great for a large amount of driving conditions, but winter tires and summer performance tires are engineered for those more extreme climates. Winter tires will guide you safely through snow and ice but will wear down more quickly if driven in milder or hot climates. On the other side of the tire spectrum, summer performance tires cannot handle frigid conditions and can potentially put you and others in danger in cold climates. Because of this, owning multiple sets of tires for the varied conditions you tend to drive in will give you a safer ride, and can potentially save you money over time.

What’s a four-wheel alignment?

Simply put, a four-wheel alignment uses sophisticated lasers and sensors to determine the wheel angles of your Subaru. If the computer detects that they are out of alignment – according to specifications – our factory trained technicians make the proper adjustments to bring them back into alignment.

Having your wheels aligned – especially after having new tires installed – will help promote tire longevity. Poor road conditions and daily driving can cause misalignment over time. If you’ve felt vibrations or your vehicle pulling to one side, a wheel alignment may correct those concerns.

The Importance of Maintaining Your Tires

Not only is it crucial to have the proper type of tires for the weather conditions in which you will be driving, but you must take measures to maintain your tires, too. Have you ever been driving and felt like your car tended to pull more to the left or right? This might mean your wheels are misaligned, which happens often from things like driving over potholes or gravel roads, or just your daily commute.

It is crucial to get a four-wheel alignment when your wheels get out of alignment because it can cause your tires to wear faster. Bring your Subaru into the Subaru of Midland Odessa Service Center regularly for our team to perform a four-wheel alignment on your car to keep your Subaru riding smooth and to increase the longevity of your tires.

Ever notice this light before?

Ever notice this light before?

Tire Pressure Fluctuation

Ever notice that little light on in your Subaru that looks kind of like a fishbowl with an exclamation point inside of it? That is your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light, and it is there to let you know the pressure is off in at least one of your tires. When you see this light, you should check the pressure on all of your tires. Dramatic weather changes can cause the pressure to drop in your tires and requires a simple fix of adding air.

If you adjust them to the correct pressure and notice the light stays on or comes on again later, it might mean you have an air leak in your tire. Don't worry, if you feel unsure about what's going on with your tire pressure our team of service experts is happy to take care of you. Reach out to one of our service specialists at 888-815-1589 or easily schedule a visit with us online today.


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Service Amenities

Not only do we provide expert Subaru care, we are proud to offer these added benefits that make us different than the rest:

  • Multiple waiting areas with snacks & coffee bar
  • Competitive tire pricing
  • Loaner vehicles available
  • Certified technicians
  • Animal friendly
  • Dealership sanitized
  • Disinfect and sanitize every vehicle

Subaru of Midland Odessa

3917 W Wall St
Directions Midland, TX 79703

  • Sales: (432) 617-2277
  • Service: (432) 617-2277
  • Parts: (432) 617-2277
  1. Subaru of Midland Odessa

    3917 W Wall St
    Midland, TX 79703

    • Sales: (432) 617-2277
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