Continental ProContact EcoPlus Passenger Touring Tire 215/60R16

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Walmart #: 001021366
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Continental ProContact EcoPlus Passenger Touring Tire 215/60R16 Features and Benefits:

  • Tg-F Polymer and Silane Additives Improve Treadwear: Helps with fuel efficiency and traction on slippery roads
  • PROactive Edge Technology: Promotes foul-weathe traction while allowing the pattern elements to transfer smoothly to minimize on-road noise
  • Durable Construction: Includes twin steel belts that stabilize the tread area
  • Load Range: B (4PLY)

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  • Temperature Grade: B
  • Traction Grade: A
  • Treadwear Grade: 600

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    • Treadwear Warranty: 80,000 miles
    • Tire Type: Passenger-
    • Sidewall: Black Sidewall
    • Speed Rating: T
    • Load Index: 95
    • Speed Rating Translation: 118 mph
    • Load Index Translation: 1521 lbs.

Specifications

Primary Color: Black
Model No.: 15488490000
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 22.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 26.16 x 8.46 x 26.16
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: USA or Imported
Walmart No.: 1021366
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When I search for a 2007 Toyota Camry LE only 4 tire selections come up. When I search on tire size, I get 18. Can I use any of the 18 selections for use on my Camry? The tire load is a little bit higher on the Continental tire that I want to buy. Please advise
by an anonymous customer 12/2/2010
  • Although the 18 tires found are the same size, they may not meet the load index, or speed specification set by Toyota.
    by ContinentalTireSupport6/11/2013
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  • As long as you stay with in the tiresize you currently have on the car yes. And you want the load, they are a great tire and I will not buy anythingeles.
    by IYAOYAS4Life4/4/2013
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  • There are two reasons a tire may not come up other than size in a search by vehicle. One, load limit and two, speed rating. If the load limit of your car is greater than that of a tire you may not use that tire. It is okay if a tire's load rating is greater than that of your car. It may be okay to get a lower speed rating however, for example if your car came with V (149mph) rated tires, T (118mph) tires might not show up on a search by vehicle search. However provided you do not ever drive 118 mph (and I hope you don't) T rated tires would be good for you. Note: I personally would not recommend any tire lower than a T rated tire for a car except in very rare cases.
    by CarsAreMyThing11/3/2012
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  • I had a similar question when I started looking for tires for my 2009 Sonata. When I contacted Hyundai USA, they advised me that I had to meet or exceed the load rating (94 on original), but they did not have a speed rating requirement (even though the OEM tires were V rated), so it was ok to use the Continentals. You should check with Toyota USA (not the dealers) to get a straight answer.
    by AnthemAZ7/13/2011
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  • Yes. As long as load of tire is higher than what he vehicle recommends, Walmart will be able to mount the tires on the vehicle.
    by L45611/15/2011
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  • You should be able too. They didnt come up for my car either but it was the dealer recommend tire so went ahead and purchased. Should be fine for your car.
    by carguy6312/6/2010
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by an anonymous customer 6/27/2012
  • TEMPERATURE grades represent a tire's resistance to heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled laboratory test conditions. The grades from highest to lowest are "A","B" and "C". The grade "C" corresponds to the minimum performance required by federal safety standards. C isn't unsafe. It just means it's maximum inflation will likely be lower because air expands as it is heated. TRACTION grades represent a tire's ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled conditions on asphalt and concrete test surfaces. The traction grades from highest to lowest are "AA","A","B" and "C". Keep in mind this is a lab test in a straight line and cornering is not taken in to consideration. If you live somewhere wet or snowy best to go with an "A" or "AA" grade tire, though snow tires are always much better in the snow than an "all season" tire. The TREADWARE grade of a tire is a comparative rating based on the wear of a tire when tested carefully under controlled conditions. For example, a tire graded 400 should have its useful tread last twice as long as a tire graded 200. However, a different tire manufacturer may grade a comparable design as 300, so a grade of 150 would last half as long under their grading scheme. Therefore, it is NOT recommended to use one manufacturer's grade versus another, but instead to compare tire grades within a given brand. Keep in mind how you drive will change the life span of a tire. If you are a poor driver (accelerate too fast, brake hard, and/or push cornering limits) your tires will likely not last even half their expected mileage. TREAD DEPTH. If the tire has reached 2/32 you are legally required to replace your tires. If you drive in wet conditions you should really replace the tires at 4/32 of an inch. If you drive in icy or snowy conditions you should have a set of snow tires (preferably on a second set of wheels to save time and cost on mounting and balancing every time you need to change tires). If you insist on driving all seasons in snow and ice, you do so at your own risk, but at the minimum have at least 6/32 of an inch throughout the winter or you should really replace them. Hope this answers your vague questions.
    by CarsAreMyThing7/30/2013
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