Underriner Buick does not just have the best Buick selection in Billings. We also have the best tire selection as well! Nobody understands your Buick tire needs like our experienced technicians. We have been working with Buick vehicles for years and our staff knows how to find the perfect tire for your particular needs. Whether you are looking to improve fuel efficiency or want to boost your performance, Underriner Buick has the set of tires for you. Give us a call at 406-545-4199 and we will be happy to help.
Where the rubber meets the road is more than just a commonly used expression – it is where the safety and performance of your Buick vehicle begins. Your Buick dealer can help you with the correct choice of tire for your specific vehicle and driving needs. Buick has made a name for itself in the automotive industry with its braking systems, tire pressure monitors and Stabilitrak suspension. These systems are critically dependent on properly selected, well maintained tires. To get the most out of your Buick car, truck or crossover, speak with the Certified Service experts at your local dealer.
Tire alignment is critical in ensuring that you get the maximum wear and performance from your tires. Poor alignment can result from a number of factors that over time can cause your vehicle’s suspension and steering system to slip out of adjustment. If you notice your vehicle pulling one way or the other as you drive or encounter unusual tire wear, it is likely due to improper alignment. In addition, trucks, SUVs and sports cars have special tire needs based on their environment and traction conditions. Your Buick dealer can recommend the alignment specifications that are right for you. Now, we know you have many choices when it comes to tire replacement. But when you take your GM car to the dealer, the service advisor will help you select the tire that’s best for your GM vehicle. That’s expertise you won’t find at every tire store. And since most GM dealers offer very competitive tire prices on top tire brands like BF Goodrich, Bridgestone, Dunlop, Goodyear, Hankook, Continental, Firestone, General, Michelin, Pirelli, and Uniroyal, why would you go anywhere else?