Originally Posted by TrueWhiteBoy
Kinda hard to say without knowing what you're selling it for and what you consider a low ball offer.
That said, a prospective buyer will try to get you to lower the price if they feel that the tires don't have much left on them.
but, generally speaking. Would you pay more for a car that has new tires and brakes over a car that doesn't? I'm trying to figure out if it is cost effective, much like remodeling a home, doing the bathroom / kitchen can pay dividends if you are selling, where doing other stuff doesn't add any value.