Ford Summer Tires

All Season Tires at Colony Ford Lincoln
All Season Tires at Colony Ford Lincoln

Winter is finally over in Brampton! And as the temperature rises, we recommend replacing your winter tires with a set of all-season tires. Although Mother Nature can be unpredictable at times, once the weather is steadily above zero for consecutive days without any sign of snow in the forecast, it’s a good time to schedule an appointment to have your tires changed.

Find the Right All-Season Tires for your Ford!

Tire Brands at Colony Ford Lincoln
Tire Brands at Colony Ford Lincoln

 Colony Ford Summer Tires Specials


Price Match Promise

Price Match Promise

Find the best summer tires for your car at an unbeatable price with our Price Match Promise. If you find a lower advertised rate from one of many competitors, we'll match it to save you time and money.

Tire Manufacture Rebates

Tire Mail-in Rebate

Don't forget to take advantage of this great Tire Manufacturer offer: Get up to $150 in Rebates when you buy qualifying tires. Call our Service department today!

Ford Pass at Colony Ford

FordPass Rewards

With the new Tire Rewards program, buy a set of 2 tires and get 1,000 Bonus Points or earn 4,000 Bonus Points with a set of 4 tires! Offer valid until May 31st, 2022.



Tire Maintenance 

Remember to check your tire pressure monthly and keep it at the optimal level recommended in your manual. Look for uneven wear or cuts on its sidewalls, then rotate your tires every 5,000 kilometres/3 months when you change your oil and filters. Unless they're already damaged - then your tires should be replaced!

Understand Your Tires

Check your tires regularly - before they are too worn out! If the tread is 1/16" (2 mm) or less, it needs to be replaced. To determine how deep the threads are, slip a toonie between them. If the silver part of the toonie is covered, your tires are about half worn. If the tread only reaches the words 'CANADA' or 'DOLLARS', it's time to replace your tires.

When you're buying a new set of tires, it's a good idea to check the date of manufacture. Look at the sidewall of your tire - find 4 numbers, often preceded by the letters 'DOT'. The DOT Tire Identification Number represents the date of manufacture by week and year.