Goodyear Assurance All-Season Review

Goodyear Assurance All-Season Reviews

Goodyear Assurance All-Season tires are the embodiment of three main characteristics for the buyer: good grip at all seasons, long service life, attractive price.
According to company employees, these are practical tires, suitable for use in all weather conditions.
The Goodyear Assurance All-Season completes the Assurance line, which already includes the ComforTred Touring, TripleTred All-Season, and Fuel Max models.

Pros

  1. Safe handling on dry roads.
  2. Good steering.
  3. Good braking on dry roads.
  4. Silence.
  5. Guarantee.
  6. Good snow performance.
  7. Affordable price.

Cons

  1. Rainy grip and braking could be better

Overview

Goodyear Assurance All-Season Rebate

Goodyear Assurance TripleTred All-Season all-season tire fits most passenger cars, minivans, and crossovers. Recommended by the manufacturer for use in areas with so-called “warm” winters. This model is effective on dry, wet, and snowy asphalt surfaces.
A distinctive feature of the tread pattern is the use of Evolving Traction grooves. These multiple narrow lateral sipes increase traction and deceleration on low traction surfaces. At the same time, due to their shape, they remain functional even with significant tire wear. On snow, efficiency is ensured by the height and length of the block edges. In the shoulder areas, they are rigidly connected to each other by special “bridges”. This increases directional stability and resistance to uneven wear when maneuvering.

Service indicators

Goodyear Assurance All-Season 1

In the tire production, the company used standard service indicators, which are in the form of rubber rods inside the tread grooves. If you look closely, you can see them. They will become much more noticeable when the tires start to wear out. The minimum permitted tread depth is up to 2/32 inches, so when the tread is level with the indicators, we advise you to replace the tires immediately, as driving on worn tires can be dangerous for you and other road users.

Driving on dry, wet and snowy surfaces

Goodyear Assurance All-Season 2

According to the manufacturer, this tire model features multiple gripping edges that provide excellent all-season grip on wet, dry, and snowy roads. The tread has wide circumferential grooves that effectively push water and slush out of the contact patch, improving grip on wet roads, and the optimized tread pattern guarantees a decrease in tire noise and a comfortable ride. According to the manufacturer, this is the best of all its all-season tires. It is said to provide 21% more grip when driving in wet conditions than its closest competitor. This is achieved through a complex directional tread pattern divided into three main zones: dry, wet and snowy. The tire also features wide, stable shoulder blocks that provide reliable handling in dry and wet conditions.

Goodyear Assurance All-Season 3

Drivers’ reviews

Goodyear Assurance All-Season 4

Basically, the tires have good reviews. Drivers say they are not very noisy and perform well on snow. Some buyers noted that the grip is so good and when driving on dry roads, it feels like you are sticking to them. The grip does not get lost even on icy roads.

Tire Sizes

14″

185/65R14
185/70R14

15″

185/60R15
205/70R15
195/60R15
215/65R15
185/65R15
215/70R15
195/65R15
205/65R15
215/75R15

16″

205/55R16
215/65R16
205/60R16
225/65R16
205/65R16
215/60R16
195/50R16
225/55R16
225/60R16
225/70R16
205/50R16
235/60R16
195/55R16
215/55R16
215/70R16
235/65R16
235/70R16

17″

215/65R17
215/60R17
205/50R17
225/45R17
215/50R17
225/65R17
225/50R17
215/55R17
225/60R17
235/55R17
215/45R17
235/60R17
225/55R17
235/65R17

18″

225/60R18
225/45R18
225/55R18
235/55R18
235/50R18
235/60R18
235/65R18
235/45R18
245/60R18
245/45R18

19″

245/55R19
225/55R19
235/55R19

20″

245/50R20
255/50R20

 

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