Frequent Asked QuestionsWhat brand of tyres do Mitsubishi use?
Mitsubishi use many tyre brands to originally fit tyre models on their vehicles. For example, the Mitsubishi Lancer is originally equipped with the Yokohama Advan A10A and Advan A460L.
The size of Mitsubishi tyres will vary based on car models. To check your specific model's available tyre size, enter your registration online.
Mitsubishi cars can come with originally fitted run flat tyres, dependent on the model that Mitsubishi choses to equip run flats on. We recommend to check your vehicle handbook if you are unsure on if your Mitsubishi vehicle is fitted with run flat tyres or not. To search for specific tyre models and sizes to suit your Mitsubishi model, enter your registration into Blackcircles.com registration search tool.
Mitsubishi models require specific tyre pressures depending on their design and tyre size. Find the recommended pressure in the owner's manual or on the label affixed to the door jamb.
To reset the TPMS on your Mitsubishi, ensure that your tyres are inflated to the proper pressure. Locate the TPMS reset button, usually positioned below the steering wheel. You may also be able to access the reset option through the vehicle's onboard system, available in the car's settings. Press and hold the reset button or select the reset option in the system. Wait for a confirmation message to appear, signifying the successful TPMS reset. For detailed instructions specific to your Mitsubishi model, consult your vehicle's handbook.
Mitsubishi offers a range of vehicles, including 4x4s and saloons. As such, pricing for new Mitsubishi tyres ranges quite wide - depending on the specific tyre model and tyre size required. Generally you can expect new tyres for a Mitsubishi to fall into the mid-range price category.
When referring to Mitsubishi wheels, both "Mitsubishi tyres" and "Mitsubishi tires" are acceptable spellings, with the variation depending on the country. In the United States, the term "Mitsubishi Tires" is more commonly used, whereas in the UK, "tyres" is the preferred spelling.