Do new Toyotas have original tires ?

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Old 01 Jun 2014, 08:54 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do new Toyotas have original tires ?

I just bought a brand new corolla. However, I just realize that the tires are "Goodyear" branded. Why are they not "Toyota" branded? The car is supposed to be brand new! Are there any original Toyota tires? Why doesn't my car have original tires ?

In addition, I just realized that my car has 19 miles. However, I heard that if a car has more than 10 miles on it , then it is not new anymore . Is it possible that this is an old car ? The fact that it has 19 miles on it kinda bugs me . . .
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Old 01 Jun 2014, 09:10 pm   #2 (permalink)
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I don't believe Toyota makes their own tires.
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Old 01 Jun 2014, 09:24 pm   #3 (permalink)
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No car manufacturers that I know of make their own tires. Not Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Chevy, BMW, Audi, etc. They all buy tires from a company that makes tires, like Goodyear. All new cars are like that.

Second, 19 miles is no big deal. Did you test drive the car? Then you put miles on it right there. The car has been driven around the lot - the dealer would have no choice but to move it. I would not worry that it has 19 miles on it. If it had 100+ miles on it, then I would be concerned.
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