Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max

2.62

(84) Customer Reviews

Price Range:  USD $108.99 to $188.99

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Specs: 225/50R17
Product Code: 738372571
UTQG: 580-A-A
Speed Rating: V
Load Index: 94
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ASSURANCE FUEL MAX - A fuel-efficient tire that provides confident wet and dry traction

  • Fuel-Saving Tread Compound - Helps reduce energy loss as the tire rolls to save 2,600 miles worth of gas over the life of the tire.
  • Wet Tread Zone with Dual Aquachannel Grooves - Helps evacuate water away from the treadface for great traction on wet roads
  • Dry Tread Zone with Solid Shoulder Blocks - Helps enhance handling and grip for confident maneuvering on dry pavement
  • Zig-Zagging Micro Grooves and Center Tread Notches - Help grip the road in rain and light snow for all-season performance
  • Circumferential Shoulder Grooves - Help promote even treadwear and provide biting edges for traction in wet weather.

Overall 

2.6

Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
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Dry
(3.1)
Wet
(2.8)
Snow
(2.2)
Handling
(2.7)
Comfort
(2.4)
Noise
(2.1)
Treadwear
(2.3)
Overall:
2.0
Dry
3.0
Wet
2.0
Snow
2.0
Handling
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Noise
1.0
Treadwear
1.0

I purchased Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max tires about 3 years ago. There are about 40k miles on the tires and they are they need to be replaced. The car was aligned when tires were installed and rotation happened every 6k miles. According to the specifications there should have been good for 65k/6years. I got slightly better than 1/2 the expected life. I talked to my dealer service writer who said they call the tires "GoodForAYear". That's a good description. I will not be purchasing Goodyear tires in the future, this was a bad experience. I plan to replace these with Michelin tires, worth the price differences of $50 more a tire.

Size: 215/60R16

Vehicle: 2010 Toyota Camry 4 Dr Sedan LE with 64360 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 3/25/2015 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
3.2
Dry
4.0
Wet
3.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
4.0
Treadwear
3.0

Tires were purchased after I had a blowout on some Michelin tires due to the hubcap rotating and cutting the valve stem. . . Goodyear service center was the closest option. Tires seemed to be decent for warm, dry conditions, but are absolute rubbish in cold, wet, snowy conditions. I almost got in to two accidents today because the tires lack grip (1/4" snow on roads). I am experienced in snow / winter driving, but these tires, on this car (VW Jetta) are rubbish. First near miss was making a left turn at about 5 mph. My car did not turn, it went straight in to the other lane. 2nd time was a repeat, except with a right turn. I'll be driving the XJ from here on out whenever it snows.

Size: 195/65R15

Vehicle: 2003 Volkswagen Jetta 4 Dr Sedan TDI with 24135 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 3/4/2015 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
2.3
Dry
3.0
Wet
2.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
2.0

 

Size: 265/65R18

Vehicle: 2015 Chevrolet Suburban 4 Dr Sport Utility LT with 6275 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 2/25/2015 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
2.6
Dry
3.0
Wet
3.0
Snow
1.0
Handling
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
1.0

Worn down to 3/32 after 26,000 miles. They stayed at 3/32 for an additional 12,000 miles – but who wants to ride on nearly worn out tires?

Size: 205/55R16

Vehicle: 2010 Honda Civic 4 Dr Sedan LX with 61142 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 12/20/2014 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
2.7
Dry
3.0
Wet
3.0
Snow
3.0
Handling
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
1.0
Treadwear
3.0

I bought four new Assurance Fuel Max 235/70R16 tires one week ago. In addition, I had a full alignment done. I felt a vibration while driving home immediately after picking up my vehicle from the shop that put them on, so I wanted to get it back soon to have them rechecked. I did that this morning. I was told one tire had thrown a "shoe", and all tires had been rebalanced. They also said the technician admitted he could still detect a slight vibration if he listened very carefully, but it would take more time to look into it. However, his overall assessment was that the vibration was definitely lessened. I drove it home just now and can still clearly hear a vibration. Now I've got to make yet another appointment. I even drove my wife's car just now on the same roads to make sure it's not the road itself. (Its not the road.) I've been going to the same GoodYear tire store for years and have dealt with vibration problems on at least three of the vehicles I've owned. In the early years, I thought that it was probably that I wasn't paying close enough attention to when the tires were rotated. But even after paying better attention to that, the vibrations continued to be a problem. I now am pretty convinced that GoodYear tires are simply low quality. I won't be buying their brand ever again. Also, these new Assurance tires definitely produce a lot of road noise.

Size: 235/70R16

Vehicle: 644 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 12/20/2014 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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