Service/Parts Hours

  • Monday 7am-7pm
  • Tuesday 7am-7pm
  • Wednesday 7am-7pm
  • Thursday 7am-7pm
  • Friday 7am-6pm
  • Saturday 7am-3pm
  • Sunday Closed

Toyota Tires & Service in Cincinnati, OH

At Kings Toyota in Cincinnati, Ohio, we understand how important your tires are for the handling, performance, and safety of your Toyota. The tires are your car's only area of contact with the road, and it's crucial that they have sufficient tread depth, are correctly inflated, and are not damaged or unevenly worn.

The expert technicians in our Kings Toyota service center provide professional tire and wheel services such as tire rotation, puncture repair, tire pressure check, and wheel balancing and alignment. When it's time for new tires, we can recommend the ideal ones for your car and the type of driving you do. We offer all the top tire brands, and our technicians will correctly install them and balance the wheels to ensure you get the best grip and ride quality.

Keep your Toyota a Toyota by replacing your original tires at Kings Toyota Service Center. Schedule your tire service today!
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How often is replacement needed?
  • Inspection of tires is recommended at each regular service visit.
Indicators replacement may be needed:
  • Current tread level is at the wear indicators
  • Cuts, tears, bubbles, cracking, or uneven treadwear
  • Age of the tires (DOT number)
  • Poor ride quality
Why is it important?
  • Safety
  • Worn tires have an adverse effect on acceleration, braking, and cornering of vehicle
  • New tires drastically improve stopping distance
  • See illustration below for stopping distance comparison
Stopping distance illustration. What might seem like a small change in tire tread can have a major impact on stopping distance.
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About Kings Toyota

Welcome to Kings Toyota, your Local Toyota Dealer Serving the Cincinnati area.

Not only will you find Toyota models at our dealership, serving the greater Cincinnati area, you'll also find a friendly and accommodating staff eager to assist you.

We're here to help you no matter what it is you're looking for - be it a car service appointment, help getting your tire pressure checked, help picking out the right part for your Toyota, or a test drive in a new or pre-owned vehicle.

If your heart is set on a new Toyota, then we have you covered. Check out our selection of affordable Toyota models at your convenience; when something pops out at you, we'll set you up for a little joyride (i.e. test drive). Singing along to the radio, while optional, is certainly recommended for the full experience.

Showroom

Kings Toyota

9500 Kings Automall Road
Directions Cincinnati, OH 45249

  • Sales: (513) 683-5440
  • Service: (513) 583-4333
  • Parts: (513) 683-5464

Service/Parts Hours

  • Monday 7am-7pm
  • Tuesday 7am-7pm
  • Wednesday 7am-7pm
  • Thursday 7am-7pm
  • Friday 7am-6pm
  • Saturday 7am-3pm
  • Sunday Closed
  1. Kings Toyota

    4700 Fields Ertel Rd.
    Cincinnati, OH 45249

    • Sales: (513) 683-5440
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Tire Rotation

To get the maximum life from your tires, it's important to rotate them at regular intervals. The tires wear at different rates depending on their position and how hard they have to work. In a front-wheel-drive vehicle, the front tires have to pull and steer the car, putting greater stress on them, while the rear tires have a relatively easy life. Alternatively, with a rear-wheel-drive car, the rear tires push the vehicle, while the front tires deal with cornering.
Of course, whether your car is front- or rear-wheel drive, or even all-wheel drive, the way you drive will also affect the wear rate of your tires. For example, if you frequently accelerate, brake, and corner aggressively, your tires will wear faster than if you drive in a more restrained manner.
Tire rotation helps your tires wear evenly, prolongs their life span, and saves you money in the long run. When you bring your car to Kings Toyota service center for a tire service, our certified technicians will rotate your tires according to the correct schedule and tire rotation pattern. During the tire rotation, they will inspect the tread and overall condition of your tires to ensure they are safe. If your Toyota has a tire pressure monitoring system, it will be reset as part of the tire rotation procedure.

Tire Pressure Check

Your tires should always be kept at the correct pressure for optimal performance. Underinflated tires will wear unevenly and reduce your car's fuel efficiency. An overinflated tire reduces the surface area in contact with the road, makes the tire tread wear uneven, and at worst, could cause a blowout.
All new Toyota vehicles have a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), which alerts you if there's a dramatic loss of pressure on one or more tires. While the TPMS is a great safety feature, you should still manually check your tire pressure at least every two weeks using an accurate gauge. During a routine tire service at Kings Toyota, our technicians will ensure your tires are at the manufacturer-recommended pressure using the most accurate equipment.

Wheel Balancing

Your wheels and tires don't have perfect weight distribution and can be heavier in some spots. Just a fraction of an ounce difference in weight in one area is sufficient to make your wheels vibrate while you drive and wear your tires out more quickly. Fixing an out-of-balance wheel involves putting it on a tire balancing machine that precisely pinpoints heavier spots. The technician then attaches tiny weights to the wheel rims to correct the imbalance.

Wheel Alignment

Wheel balancing and wheel alignment are often mistaken to be the same thing, but they're very different procedures. Wheel alignment refers to the direction and angle of the wheels as they drive on the road.
Properly aligned wheels enable your car to run straight and true. But if any one of the wheels is out of alignment, the tire will drag on the road, pulling the car to the left or right and causing uneven tread wear. Misaligned wheels also put added stress on your car's steering and suspension, which can affect its handling and safety.
When you bring your car to Kings Toyota tire center in Cincinnati, our technicians have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to make sure your tires and wheels are running perfectly. For aligning the wheels, we use precision equipment that measures multiple angles to within thousandths of an inch for the most accurate possible adjustment.

FAQ

How Often Should I Have My Tires Rotated?

You should have your tires rotated according to the schedule in your Toyota owner's manual, but it should generally be done every 5,000 to 7,500 miles.

How Do I Know If My Wheels Need To Be Balanced?

When your wheels are out of balance, you will usually feel vibrations through the car's steering wheel, seat, or floor, depending on whether it's the front or rear wheels. You may also notice worse fuel economy and quicker tread wear. Your wheels should always be balanced during a tire rotation, when you buy new tires, or have a tire repaired.

When Should I Get My Wheels Aligned?

Misaligned wheels tend to drag along the road, causing your tires to wear out faster. A common sign that you need to have your wheels aligned is if your car pulls or wanders to one side or the other. You might also find that the steering wheel is off-center when you drive straight, your tires squeal on turns, and that you're using more gas. Even if you don't experience these symptoms, you're advised to have your wheel alignment checked annually.

How Can I Find My Recommended Tire Pressure?

You can find the correct pressure for your car's tires in your Toyota owner's manual or on the driver's side door jamb. It's advisable to check your tire pressure while the tires are cold, and you should always use the recommended pressure.
Toyota drivers from Cincinnati and the surrounding areas of Ohio can schedule a routine tire service and tire rotation at Kings Toyota, along with your regular auto service. However, if you experience any unusual vibrations, pulling to the side, or uneven tire wear, or if you need new tires, bring your Toyota to us and experience our excellent customer service as we remedy your tire problems.