Nissan GT-R Premature Tire Wear
The Nissan GT-R is one of the hottest cars on the road, an ideal car for a driver in love with speed and performance. Unfortunately, that smooth ride starts to get rough quite quickly as a result of an inside tread problem with the tires.
Normally, run-flat tires have very hard sidewalls, essential for maintaining tire shape, improving steering, agility and ride comfort. They are filled with nitrogen rather than conventional air. The Nissan GT-Rís tires have unusually pliant sidewalls, which prevents pressure change during high speed driving.
The performance alignment that increases the carís grip and performance also accelerates the front tiresí wear, forcing GT-R owners to replace their tires between 12,000 and 15,000 miles. If you are experiencing problems with your Nissan GT-R tires, please click here to let us know about your experiences. We may be able to help obtain some recourse for the situation.