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Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
  • Price Range:  USD $98.99 to $192.99
    All Season

    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.

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    Overall: 2.6  
  • 8/21/2014
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  • Size: 245/60R18 (2007 Lincoln MKX 4 Dr Sport Utility Base with 1609 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Cautious, Reserved Driver
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    I rarely drive my wife's car but we recently took it on a 600 mile trip. The noise from those tires was unbelievable. I couldn't hear her or the radio. I thought I was driving a dump truck, not a Lincoln. I am retired and I don't know if I can afford new tires, but I am sure going to try. I wouldn't recommend these to my worst enemy.
    Overall: 2.0  
  • 8/12/2014
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  • Size: 225/65R17 (2007 Honda CR-V 4 Dr Sport Utility EX-L with 32180 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Bought the car used about a year and a half ago and these tires were on the vehicle. After putting another 20,000 on these tires I can't take the noise and vibration any longer. The tires have been properly rotated and the alignment has been checked. I can hardly stand to go on a long trip because of the noise these tire make especially on concrete roads. I just keep turning up the radio. I have decided to put a set of Michelin Defenders on the car this coming Saturday.
    Overall: 2.4  
  • 5/29/2014
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  • Size: 215/55R16 ( 36363 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    They are worn out at 22,600, the wear bars are showing evenly and they have been balanced and rotated twice by the shop in 22,600 miles and personally rotated once. I came here to se if it was my car but it seems not.
    Overall: 1.4  
  • 5/17/2014
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  • Size: 215/55R17 (2013 Honda Accord 4 Dr Sedan EX-L with 2574 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I bought a new 2013 Honda Accord EX-L and it came with this tire. The dealership made sure they were in balance and did a road force balance. These tires still have a little vibration going down the highway. I am very disappointed Honda put this tire on the EX-L. As soon as I can I am going back to Michelin tires.
    Overall: 2.2  
  • 5/7/2014
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  • Size: 225/60R17 (2005 Chevrolet Uplander 4 Dr Mini Passenger Van LS with 16090 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    All 4 tires have been warrantied 3 times. Goodyear will not warrantie them again so I had to replace them at my expense. I had to balance and rotate them every 6000 miles, or my entire vehicle would shake at 60+ mph. Between all 3 sets, I only drove 100,000 miles, but the tires are 65,000 mile tires. I guess 100,000 miles is good, even though it took 3 sets to get there.
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