• Audi

Hoffman Audi

700 Connecticut Boulevard
East Hartford, CT 06108

  • Sales: (877) 274-8207
  • Service: (877) 725-0507
  • Parts: (888) 810-9668

Replacement Tire Center

You have come to enjoy the precise handling and performance of your Audi on the road.  Our experts have selected and tested tires specifically for your Audi model. When it comes time to replace your original tires, make sure they are Audi OEM approved replacement tires.  See below for more information on replacement tires from the Hoffman Audi Tire Center.
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Tire Center Inquiry

Please note: every effort will be made to accommodate your appointment selection.  Our scheduling team will contact you to review your appointment request. 
When you bring your Audi in to the Hoffman Audi Service Department for new replacement tires, they make sure you are getting a tire, or set of tires, specifically chosen for your model. We constantly monitor our competitions price to ensure you need not go elsewhere for the best price on Audi replacement tires!

Our tools know exactly what tire came as Original Equipment the year you purchased your Audi and from which tire manufacturer. From there, our system determines which replacements best match these. We carry replacement tires from Michelin, Continental, Dunlop, Pirelli and Good Year, and all are Audi Approved.

Knowing the right tire to replace on your Audi assures you the continued driving experience you have grown to expect. We have a stocked inventory of Audi Approved tires ready for your model. We also have a direct distribution process that gets tire inventory to us quickly.

When you buy tires at the Hoffman Audi Tire Center, you can be sure they meet strict Audi standards for handling, safety and performance, and that they are properly mounted and balanced by our staff of Audi trained and certified technicians.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System

The tire pressure monitoring system notifies drivers when tire pressure is above or below acceptable levels. It oversees the pressure in all four tires while the car is being driven and warns the driver in the event of pressure loss with symbols in the driver information display. The system is intended to assist drivers in monitoring tire pressure, but is not a substitute for regular maintenance of the correct tire pressure.

The tire pressure indicator in the instrument cluster informs you if the tire pressure is too low or if there is a system malfunction. These characteristics can change and cause a tire pressure warning if the tire pressure in one or more tires is too low; the tire has structural damage; or the tire pressure was changed or the wheels rotated or replaced but the TPMS was not reset. An indirect tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) compares the tire tread circumference and vibration characteristics of the individual tires. If the pressure decreases in one or more tires, this is indicated in the instrument cluster with a warning symbol.
In addition to convenient certified service, all eligible tires purchased at your Audi Tire Center come with 24 month Road Hazard coverage.*

Next time you visit Hoffman Audi for service, ask for a complimentary tire check. No one knows your Audi better than your Hoffman Audi Service Department and that includes tires. Stop in to our Audi Tire Center today.
*See your Audi dealer for details and eligible tires. Road Hazard Protection provided through Audi Tire Center and administered by a third party.
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