Explore Bridgestone's wide selection of 20 inch tires. From all-season tires to performance tires, all-terrain tires and winter tires, Bridgestone offers a wide range of tires meant to complement any driving style or road condition. Find the best 20 inch tires for your vehicle below.
Finding the perfect 20 inch tire for vehicle is as easy as selecting your tire size. This information can be found in a few locations: on the inside frame of the driver's side door, inside the glove box door, your driver's manual or your tire's sidewall. If you're unsure of how to read your tire measurements, check out this article to walk through the steps. Once you have this information, you can quickly find the 20 inch tire that best suits your needs.
Not that long ago, new vehicles usually were equipped with 16- or 17-inch tires. Now, many of them — including pickup trucks, crossovers and SUVs — come with 20-inch tires. Bridgestone offers a variety of 20-inch all-season, all-terrain, performance tires and winter tires.
Vehicles that often ride on 20-inch tires include the Porsche 911 Turbo S, Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport, Chevy Silverado, Dodge Charger, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Mazda CX-9, Buick Enclave, Subaru Ascent, Cadillac CT5, Jaguar F-Type and Chevy Camaro. This isn't an exhaustive list of vehicles with 20-inch tires, but it does represent the broad array of vehicles with this tire size.
Yes, tire size does matter.
In the case of a 20-inch tire, it's capable of gripping the road better than a smaller tire, and can contribute to improved braking and handling. In large part, that's because the tire’s contact patch is usually wider, offering more contact with the road and increasing traction.
Tire size also matters from an aesthetic standpoint. Simply put, 20-inch tires are flashier than, say, an 18-inch tire is. With less sidewall than an 18-inch tire, a 20-inch tire exposes more of your vehicle's shiny wheels. This allows you and your car to make a bold statement on the road.
It's possible to change tire sizes, known as upsizing or plus-sizing. While you may switch to larger or smaller wheels, you should be aware of the limitations and tradeoffs associated with such a change. The replacement tires should always have a diameter within 3% of the originals so as to not create issues with the function of safety features like anti-lock brakes and stability control. And, if the change is to larger diameter wheels, there may be tradeoffs in the form of increased ride harshness, longer braking distances and reduced fuel mileage. Always consult your owner's manual and manufacturer recommendations before changing tire sizes.
Compare 20-inch tires online and find your fit at a Bridgestone retailer near you.