All-terrain tires provide good performance on most road surfaces, in most weather conditions, and for off-road driving.
Run-flat tires can be driven on with no air pressure. There is no need to stop to change the tire. Continue driving, but not too far or too fast (below 50 mph).
Performance tires are designed for enhanced handling and generally have high-speed ratings and low aspect ratio for improved control. Not for winter driving.
Designed for year-round use, these tires offer good overall performance on most road surfaces and in most weather conditions.
Summer tires have a special tread and compound that are optimized for maximum dry- and wet-road performance.
Winter tires are designed for increased traction on snow- and ice-covered roads. There may be decreased dry-road traction. See your dealer for details regarding winter tire availability and proper tire selection.
NOTE: Do not use summer tires in winter conditions, as it would adversely affect vehicle safety, performance, and durability. Use only GM-approved tire and wheel combinations. Unapproved combinations may change the vehicle’s performance. For important tire and wheel information, see your dealer.