What are the best tires for a Mercedes E350

The Mercedes E-class has been the most popular Mercedes sedan model for quite a while now. The C-class is a bit too small, especially if you plan on transporting multiple occupants, and the S-class is way too expensive and large for most people.

The new 2021 E-class offers an extremely comfortable ride, and that’s mostly due to the suspension and the tires. Tires are a crucial part of being able to enjoy your car to its full potential, and because of this, you should always take your time in choosing the right rubber for your E350.

The E350 wears 245/40R18, 245/45R17 tires, and all tires that match these specifications are going to fit the E350 without any issues. Most Mercedes dealers and many independent tire shops are always keen to recommend tire brands such as Continental, Michelin, Pirelli, Dunlop, Bridgestone, Falken, Hankook, Toyo, Nitto, Nexen, or Yokohama.

Best Mercedes E350 summer tires

Summer tires are made with specific driving conditions in mind. Warm weather, sun-paved surfaces, and very little to no moisture or rain are the perfect driving conditions for summer tires. They offer a softer compound compared to winter tires, and they also offer specialized tread patterns for increased grip and performance.

Summer tires are also a lot more comfortable as they produce less rolling resistance and the softer compound is more sound isolating. Furthermore, summer tires are also more efficient which works in favor of the fuel efficiency ratings. Summer tires are not to be used during the winter, as most summer tires become hard and brittle below 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The best summer touring tire for the E350 is the Michelin Primacy 3 tire or the Pirelli Cinturato P7. If you want a more performance-oriented summer tire, the best options for the E350 are Hankook Ventus RS4, Continental ExtremeContact DW, Toyo Proxes R1R, Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R, Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, or the Falken Azenis RT615K+.

Best Mercedes E350 winter tires

Choosing the perfect set of winter tires for your Mercedes E350 depends on many different aspects such as the amount of snow, temperature range, amount of ice on the road, how often do you plan to drive your car, short trips versus longer journeys, or others.

Winter tires are an essential piece of motoring equipment, and most countries demand you to equip your winter tires during the winter season. Driving without proper winter tires poses a great health and safety concern as summer tires are not capable of traversing any serious weather conditions associated with the winter season.

The best winter performance-oriented tire options for the E350 are the: Continental ContiWinterContact TS830 P, Pirelli Ice Zero Fr, Michelin Winter Sottozero Serie II, Goodyear Ultra Grip 8 Performance, Hankook Winter icept evo2, Falken Euro Winter HS449, or the Yokohama BlueEarth Winter V905’s.

For moderately snowy and icy conditions, performance winter tires can not match dedicated snow and ice tires, and the best, dedicated snow and ice tire options are Continental WinterContact SI, Continental Viking Contact 7, Yokohama IceGuard Ig53, Dunlop Winter Maxx 2, Michelin X-ice, or the Bridgestone Blizzak WS80 or the WS90 series.


Best Mercedes E350 All-season tires

All-season tires are the perfect option for people living in moderate climate regions. Regions that don’t experience a lot of snow and ice, and also don’t suffer extremely high temperatures during the summer. The purpose of all-season tires is as the name might suggest – year-long usage without the need for replacement.

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All-season tires are louder and less comfortable compared to summer tires during a scorching summer, and they are also not as safe or grippy as winter tires are in snow or ice. But if you think that all-season tires set might suit your needs perfectly, you should check your local Mercedes dealer or a trustworthy tire shop for proper consultation on the subject.

The best all-season touring tire options for the E350 are Pirelli Cintaruto P7 All-season, Michelin Pilot MXM4, Continental ProContact GX, Bridgestone Potenza RE97AS, Goodyear Eagle LS-2, Toyo Celsius, Yokohama Avid Ascend GT, Michelin Premier A/S.

Best performance all-season tire options are the: Yokohama Avid Envigor ZPS, Dunlop Signature HP, Toyo Extensa HP II, Hankook Ventus V2 Concept2,  Continental PureContact LS, Dunlop SP Sport 5000, Goodyear Eagle Sport All-season.

FAQ Section

What are the best ultra-performance tires for the E350?

Mercedes E350 models are primarily aimed at providing comfort and ease of travel, but, if equipped with AMG sporty trims and options, these sedans are also capable of delivering decent athletic abilities. If you want to maximize the performance and handling abilities of your Mercedes E350, you might want to look into these.

The best ultra-performance tires for the Mercedes E350 are: Michelin Pilot Sport Cup’s, Toyo Proxes R888R tires, which are even track rated, but they do wear out faster. If you want a more subdued but still capable ultra-performance tire, you should check out the Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS, Dunlop SP Sport 5000, Goodyear Eagle Exhilarate, Continental Extreme Contact DWS06.

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What are the best studdable tires for the Mercedes E350?

If you live in extremely cold and snow-dominated climates, studdable tires are aimed at providing the maximum grip in the iciest conditions. They are not suitable for paved surfaces but they are the best option when it comes to snow tires.

The best studdable tires for the Mercedes E350 are the Nexen Winguard Winspike WH62 or the Toyo Observe G3-Ice.


How much do Mercedes E350 tires cost?

For a set of all-season tires, you are looking at around $637 on average, but the range is mostly between $525 to $725. Each individual tire might cost you $100-$200 on average, but some ultra-performance tire options might cost you a lot more.

Adding studds on car tires usually costs around $15-$30 per tire. Summer tires are usually a bit more expensive compared to winter tires, but it all depends on the manufacturer and the deal you end up getting.

All-season tires might save you some money in the long run, but they will not provide decent grip in the coldest conditions, nor will they offer the most comfortable and athletic experience in the summer.

Marko Mikulic

Why do you love writing about cars? I love writing about cars as cars are a huge personal interest of mine. I was raised in a car enthusiast community and ever since I was young, I always wanted to do car-related work.

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