Subaru Tire Service and Maintenance


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Tire Service and Maintenance at Groove Subaru

Whether you are looking for certified Subaru tire service near Englewood, CO, or are looking for general Subaru tire maintenance tips, you’ve come to the right place! At Groove Subaru, our certified Subaru technicians know what it takes to keep your Subaru Forester, Outback, Impreza, Solterra, and Crosstrek tires in top shape. From routine tire inspections and changes to tire rotations and more, we do it all in a timely manner at a price you can brag about! Our Subaru service experts have years of Subaru service expertise under our belts and are uniquely qualified to assist you with whatever you may need. Schedule your next Subaru service at Groove Subaru’s Service Center today! Keep reading to unpack all our tire service offerings and learn more about the importance of routine tire maintenance.

Tire Rotations and Changes

Your vehicle’s tires are the only component that comes in constant contact with the road. Because of that, your tires need to be inspected, rotated, and changed more frequently than other components in your vehicle. That’s why our service experts recommend inspecting your tires monthly and getting them rotated every six months, 5,000 miles, or during your next oil change. Rotating your tires will not only extend their lifespan but will also help maintain your Subaru model’s overall performance.

As for tire changes, your Subaru’s tires should last around five to six years depending on your driving habits and lifestyle demands. Changing out your tires during the winter or when adventuring off-road can help extend your all-season tires’ lifespan. That’s not all. Staying up-to-date on your tire rotation and change needs can also help reduce the risk of potential accidents or easily avoidable vehicle damage as the result of vehicle neglect.

Tire Wear

By visually inspecting your Subaru’s tire tread at least once a month you can help reduce the risk of developing alignment problems, braking issues, and more. During the winter, checking your tires before every drive is also recommended to ensure you have proper inflation and that you have sufficient tread life to take on any wet and icy roads.

Wondering what to look out for when visually inspecting your own tire? Some things to look out for to check whether your tires are in optimal condition include:

  • Less traction or less responsive braking
  • Hydroplaning in wet weather
  • Noticing a rougher or noisier ride
  • Loss of control while cornering
  • Noticeable tread loss

Why Service at Groove Subaru?

Our Service Center is staffed by factory-trained Subaru technicians, who have been trained by the most advanced Subaru technical instructors. They are equipped with Specialized Tools to help ensure accurate diagnosis and repair and use Genuine Subaru Parts for trusted performance. Every service also comes with a free Multi-Point Inspection to help keep your vehicle’s safety and quality in check. Additional benefits of serving with us include:

Tire FAQs

  • Technicians learn from highly advanced Subaru technical instructors and receive hands-on diagnostic, maintenance, and repair experience
  • Taught to understand specific Subaru components and on-board systems, like:
    • SUBARU BOXER® engine
    • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive System
    • SUBARU EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology
  • Training is updated annually

Yes, because the inertia of braking or cornering transfers weight to the front tires, wearing them more quickly and unevenly. Rotating your tires regularly will help ensure even wear, better performance, and help extend their lifespan.

Changing your tires at least every six years or sooner is recommended depending on your driving habits.

Rotating your tires every six months or 5,000 miles will help protect you and your tires.

The added resistance deflated tires produce makes them dangerous, under-inflated tires can result in premature wear to your vehicle, poor fuel economy, and poor handling.

At least once a month after your car has been off for at least 3 hours to ensure they aren’t too hot and giving off inaccurate readings.

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.

An out-of-balance wheel can produce multiple complications with wear on shocks, bearings, and other suspension parts.


Contact Our Service Center

Phone Numbers:Service Hours:
  • Mon - Fri7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Sat8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • SunClosed


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5300 S Broadway, Englewood, CO, 80113
Groove Subaru 39.6197254, -104.9894039.