What is the correct PSI for my Honda vehicle?

May 28th, 2017 by

Tire pressure

Proper PSI for your Honda vehicle

Tires are probably one of the most important part of your car. They are both the foundation of your car, and also the shoes that help it move. That’s why it’s extremely important to ensure that your Honda’s tires are in good driving condition. The most important factor when it comes to tire maintenance is making sure that each tire is filled to the correct Pounds per Square Inch (PSI), as per your vehicle’s owner’s manual. That is why Patty Peck Honda has put together a shortlist of the proper PSI for your Honda vehicle. We have included some of our most successful models. We hope you use this post as a useful reference, and stay safe on the road ahead! If you find that your tires are not holding the recommended tire pressure, please contact our service center to make an appointment. 

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Correct tire pressure for Honda Vehicles

Honda Accord Sedan

  • 2019 Honda Accord: 32-33 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2018 Honda Accord: 32-33 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2017 Honda Accord: 29-35 psi is ideal for the front and rear tires on the 2017 Accord

Honda Civic Sedan

  • 2019 Honda Civic: 32-33 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2018 Honda Civic: 32 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2017 Honda Civic: Ideal tire pressure for the 2017 Civic is 32 psi for front and rear tires

Honda CR-V

  • 2019 Honda CR-V: 32-33 psi for the front tires, 30 psi for the rear tires
  • 2018 Honda CR-V: 32-33 psi for the front tires, 30 psi for the rear tires
  • 2017 Honda CR-V: Generally for the 2017 CR-V, levels between 30-35 psi are recommended

Honda Pilot

  • 2019 Honda Pilot: 32-35 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2018 Honda Pilot: 32-35 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2017 Honda Pilot: 35-40 psi is recommended for the 2017 Honda Pilot 

Honda HR-V

  • 2019 Honda HR-V: 32 psi for the front tires, 28-30 psi for the rear tires
  • 2018 Honda HR-V: 32 psi for the front tires, 30 psi for the rear tires
  • 2017 Honda HR-V: Tire pressure levels for the 2017 HR-V should be between 30-35 PSI for front and rear wheels

Honda Ridgeline

  • 2019 Honda Ridgeline: 35 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2018 Honda Ridgeline: 35 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2017 Honda Ridgeline: The recommended tire pressure for the 2017 Ridgeline is between 37 and 45 psi

Honda Odyssey

  • 2019 Honda Odyssey: 35-36 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2018 Honda Odyssey: 35-36 psi for the front and rear tires
  • 2017 Honda Odyssey: Recommended tire pressure for the 2017 Odyssey is right around 30-35 psi

Honda Passport

  • 2019 Honda Passport: 35-37 psi is the recommended tire pressure for the front and rear tires

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