Whether you are in the market for tire repair or replacement, Cadillac Certified Service technicians can handle your tire needs. Use the Tire Finder tool to start shopping for tires—simply enter your vehicle’s year, make, model, and tire size. Not sure about your tire size? It’s the combination of letters and numbers on the side of your tire. Once you’ve selected the right set, simply schedule an appointment and we’ll take care of the rest.
Air is a gas, expanding when heated and contracting when cooled. For most of North America, fall and early winter are especially important times for checking tire pressure on your Cadillac vehicle. As the ambient temperature falls, tire pressure goes down. A good rule of thumb: with every 10 degrees Fahrenheit of temperature change, tire pressure changes about 1 psi–higher as temperatures rise, lower as they fall.
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) helps with keeping you updated on the vehicle’s tire pressure. The TPMS works by sending a signal from the pressure sensor, located in your vehicle’s wheel, to the instrument control panel which alerts you when the tire pressure is low. It is recommended that a trained professional inspect and, if necessary, service your TPMS to help ensure it is working properly.
If the Tire Pressure Monitor light illuminates and stays solid with a Check Tire Pressure, Low Tire Pressure, or Add Air to Tire message, check and adjust all tire air pressures to the recommended levels.
If the Tire Pressure Monitor light appears as a blinking yellow lamp for more than one minute and stays solid, diagnostic service is needed.
Tire speed ratings indicate the speed your tire can safely maintain over time. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) set the ratings scale below. On the sidewall of every tire, you'll find one of these tire speed rating codes below:
There are many factors that can cause tire wear such as your driving style and tire maintenance habits. Tire replacement is absolutely needed when the tread wear indicators appear. A tire’s built-in tread wear indicators look like narrow strips of smooth rubber across the tread and become visible as the tire surface wears.
Tire rotation is the practice of moving your vehicle’s wheels and tires from one position to another to help promote even tire wear. Even tire wear can help with the life of your vehicle’s tires. It is important to rotate your tires at the intervals recommended by your Owner’s Manual.
Check your Owner’s Manual for more information.
If your vehicle is misaligned, it can cause your tires to wear unevenly, and you may experience handling problems such as pulling or abnormal vibration.
Tires and wheels are aligned and balanced at the factory to help provide the best overall performance. Consider a wheel alignment check if there is unusual tire wear or if your vehicle is significantly pulling to one side or the other.
A tire that is out of balance often affects ride quality and can shorten the life of tires, shocks, and other suspension components. If the vehicle vibrates when driving on a smooth road, the tires may need to be rebalanced.
Check your Owner’s Manual for more information.
Ad, written estimate, or internet quote for identical tire(s) from a competing tire retailer/installer located within 100 miles of the dealer required during guarantee period for price match. At participating dealers only. Offer ends 12/31/2020.
Must be 18 years or older. Points may be earned and redeemed only at participating GM entities, dealers or third-party retailers in the United States (excluding Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands or Guam). Points are not earned on taxes and certain fees and expire 5 years from when points are earned. Some restrictions apply. Visit mycadillacrewards.com to view full program terms and conditions.
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Read the vehicle Owner's Manual for important feature limitations and information.
Functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth® and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices.
Vehicle user interface is a product of Apple® and its terms and privacy statements apply. Requires compatible iPhone® and data plan rates apply. Apple CarPlay is a trademark of Apple, Inc. Siri, iPhone and Apple Music are trademarks of Apple, Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Vehicle user interface is a product of GoogleTM and its terms and privacy statements apply. Requires the Android Auto app on Google Play and a compatible AndroidTM smartphone. Data plan rates apply. You can check which smartphones are compatible at g.co/androidauto/requirements. Android Auto is a trademark of Google LLC.
Functionality is subject to limitations and varies by vehicle, infotainment system, and location. Select service plan required. Certain Alexa Skills require account linking to use. Amazon, Alexa and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. See onstar.com for additional details.
The system wirelessly charges one compatible mobile device. Some phones have built-in wireless charging technology and others require a special adapter/back cover. To check for phone or other device compatibility, see my.cadillac.com/learn or consult your carrier.
Read the vehicle's owner's manual for important feature limitations and information.
Even while using the Super Cruise driver-assistance feature, always pay attention while driving and do not use a hand-held device. Visit cadillacsupercruise.com for compatible roads and more information. Requires properly equipped vehicle, active Super Cruise subscription, working electrical system, cell reception, and GPS signal.
MSRP excludes tax, title, license and dealer fees.
Lower-profile tires wear faster. Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty. For more important tire and wheel information, go to https://my.cadillac.com/learnabout/tires or see your dealer.