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I’ve had a few experiences with GY. The weather-ready on my wife's SUV are pretty good. No real complaints except reduced gas mileage. This experience is why I gave Goodyear a chance when I needed tires on my Lexus LS460. Wrong choice! The Eagle Exhilarate were terrible. I fought shakes and actually needed a dealer to diagnose my issues… They found 2/4 new tires were out of round! Customer service was terrible! They wouldn’t let me try a different model within their brand. The replacement tires are now on marketplace! Went with Michelins and I have my luxury smooth ride again. :)
The SRA that came Stock on my truck are also subpar. They are quiet and cheap…that's the only pros. Cons - terrible wet traction, no traction on gravel, sway when towing even light loads, bad uneven wear, worst tire in snow (even with 4x4). I will NEVER buy another Goodyear in my life again. Their customer service is poor, their products are poorer.
I track my gas mileage on every tank of gas I buy. When I purchase the Goodyear Assurance Weatherready, I lost five miles per gallon immediately. I have ran four tanks of gas through since purchasing and it has remained consistent. I gave them a four for this reason. As far as the tire itself goes, I give it a five! The handling is excellent. The comfort is excellent. I couldn't say a bad thing about the performance of the tire. Overall, I would buy them again, even with the reduced gas mileage. However, if this is an issue for you, I thought I would give a heads up.
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Zero stars. I've tried Goodyear tires on two different cars (Honda Element and Toyota Matrix) and I have to say they're the worst ever. Both vehicles instantly lost significant maneuverability, becoming extremely "floaty", making anything but extremely slow turns at low speeds unsafe. I instantly returned them and will never ever ever buy Goodyear.
I bought these tires because they had a 60,000 mile guarantee. They wore out at 25,000. Goodyear would not do anything about it because I bought through Wal-Mart. Please beware that the promised warranty will not be honored by Goodyear. Very disappointed with the tires and customer service when I called.
Goodyear has been a brand for many generations and a tire you can trust. We place our lives and our families in the hands of many in today's situations that we have no control over but with choosing your vehicle's safety and reliability of tires you cannot go wrong with Goodyear.
The Goodyear Triple Tread tire has served me well over the last 5 years. Excellent traction on dry, wet, snow covered, and icy roads. It's the ONLY tire that's rated by US DOT for ALL 4 seasons. Other "all season" tires are Not rated by DOT for snow.
This is my second set of Goodyear tires on my 2014 Ram 1500 truck! They wear evenly and are quiet on the road even at highway speeds. But, they are not long wearing tires! I drive my truck very easy and do not jackrabbit from stops and brake slowly at stop.
I always buy Goodyear tires which is what my car came with in 2005. I read that it is best to use the same type and brand of tires when replacing. I have an SUV, so I am concerned that I get the right tires. They usually last about what the rating says--just average lifetime.
Consistently I have found that the Goodyear branded tires which come on new Chrysler autos since the early 1980's are of low quality, perform poorly, and do not last very long.
Used to be a solid tire brand but can't trust the mileage warranty guideline. Didn't even make half the advertised mileage. Guess they want to trap you in the cycle of going back for more and getting the small treadwear credit.
Goodyear Tires author review by Kathryn Parkman
The company was founded in 1898 to service the bicycle tire and emerging horseless carriage tire industries. Goodyear is now the number one tire maker in North America.
Tire warranty: Goodyear offers several tire warranties, including premature tread wear protection and a limited warranty if excessive noise or roughness is experienced.
Special offers: Sign up for special offers through the Goodyear website. These can include tire rebates and service coupons.
Full auto service: Many Goodyear tire locations offer full auto service, including oil changes and mufflers. This provides convenient one-stop service backed by a Goodyear warranty.
Register your tires: By registering a Goodyear tire purchase online, consumers will receive important updates about their tires. This can include product safety-related recalls.
30-Day Goodyear Pledge: Consumers have 30 days to try their new tires. If they are not satisfied, they can return the tires for another set of Goodyear tires. Some restrictions apply.
Goodyear Tires Company Information
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- Goodyear Tires
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- United States
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