Parts & Tires

Mazda Tire Fitting Room

Mazda Parts

(250) 758-9125

Monday-Saturday 8:00am – 5pm



To preserve your vehicle’s highest performance and resale value down the road use only Mazda parts and accessories. Mazda parts and accessories are the only components designed, engineered and built specifically for your Mazda vehicle.

At Harris Mazda we have one of the largest inventories of new Mazda parts in British Columbia. Our parts experts are well-qualified to advise you about the best components, tires and accessories for your vehicle. Give us a call at 1-250-758-9125 or send us an email at

If you are in a budget, at Harris Mazda we are a one stop shop that will source for you all the local alternatives in the auto parts market. We will safe you time and get you the best deal in a single call or visit guaranteed.

We are Nanaimo’s $0.99 over cost on tires. Apples to apples, the best deals in Canada on tires & wheel sets!

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Specialists in Tires and Lowest Prices

Your One-Stop Source For Tires

Where should you go when shopping for tires? Look no further than Harris Mazda in Nanaimo, BC. The Mazda Tire Centre is your source for tires with top named brands like Goodyear, Dunlop, Pirelli, Michelin, BFGoodrich, Uniroyal, Bridgestone, Firestone, Yokohama and Toyo.

We believe that choosing the right tires for your Mazda vehicle is as easy as talking to a Mazda trained professional. We also believe that having some background information about tires and how they perform under different driving conditions will help you make your tire purchase decision easier.

Tire Size

Your owner’s manual or the label usually found in the driver’s door opening and sometimes inside the glove box door will specify the correct size of tire for your vehicle.In the example to the right, the correct load and speed rating for this 2006 MX-5 is 84W. The load and speed rating indicate the ability of the tire to carry a load and dissipate heat when properly inflated. The load and speed ratings on replacement tires should only meet or exceed the recommended load and speed ratings for your vehicle.


Winter Tires

More and more, Canadian drivers are making the decision to install winter tires on their vehicles. While all-season tires may get you through the winter they are no match for a tire designed exclusively for winter use. The tread on winter tires is specially designed for improved traction in snow and/or icy conditions as well as for the evacuation of water through the tread to help prevent hydroplaning on wet slushy roads. The specialized rubber and construction materials are also specially designed for improved starting, stopping and cornering in cold temperatures.

At 7 degrees Celsius an all-season tire starts to lose its grip on dry surfaces and this trend continues as the temperature drops. At the same temperature a winter tire’s performance is significantly improved over that of an all-season tire.Winter tires are not just for driving on snowy, slushy roads they are designed especially for all winter driving conditions.

Winter tires are not just for driving on snowy, slushy roads they are designed especially for all winter driving conditions.

Winter tires are not recommended for use in late spring, summer or early fall as the rubber compound will wear very quickly if used when the projected daytime temperatures are 7 degrees Celsius or above.

Many Mazda dealers offer steel wheel packages mounted with winter tires. Having winter tires mounted on steel wheels makes switching between seasons a breeze and helps prevent deterioration of your alloy wheels from salt, sand, stones, etc. used on winter roads and highways.