2016 Discovery 4

REPLACEMENT TIRES

WARNING

Always fit replacement tires of the same type, and wherever possible, of the same make and tread pattern. Failure to fit the same type, make and tread pattern may reduce vehicle stability

WARNING

If the use of tires not recommended by Land Rover is unavoidable, make sure that you read, and fully comply with, the tire manufacturer’s instructions.

WARNING

Do not rotate tires around the vehicle.

WARNING

The load and speed index ratings on all replacement tires should be, at least, the same specification as the original equipment. If in doubt, consult a Retailer/Authorized Repairer.

WARNING

If lower speed rated specialist tires are fitted (e.g., winter tires or off-road tires) then the vehicle must be driven within the speed limitations of the tires. Consult your Retailer/Authorized Repairer for further information.

CAUTION

Tire removal and fitting should be carried out by a Retailer/Authorized Repairer

CAUTION

When removing a tire from a wheel or fitting a tire to a wheel, make sure the TPMS sensor is not damaged.

When the tread has worn down to approximately 2 mm, wear indicators start to appear at the surface of the tread pattern. This produces a continuous band of rubber across the tread, as a visual reminder.

Ideally, tires should be replaced in sets of 4. If this is not possible, replace the tires in pairs (both front or both rear). When tires are replaced, the wheels should always be re-balanced and the alignment checked.

NOTES

Winter tire traction is significantly degraded in winter conditions when the tread depth is less than 4 mm. See USING WINTER TIRES.

The correct tire specification for your vehicle can be found on the tire pressure label. See TIRE PRESSURE LABEL.