The comparisons are between tires tested last season within three of our tire categories
The tire with the best fuel economy for the Standard Touring All-Season tires is the General AltiMAX RT at 27.0 mpg in our BMW 3 Series test vehicles.
Standard Touring All-Season tires focus on ride comfort and long treadwear on lower speed rated tires.
|Standard Touring All-Season Tires||MPG|
|BFGoodrich Premier Touring ||26.5|
|Firestone Precision Touring ||26.8|
|General AltiMAX RT ||27.0|
|Yokohama AVID TOURING-S||26.8|
The Goodyear Assurance featuring Fuel Max Technology achieved the best fuel economy for the Passenger All-Season Tires at 28.2 MPG in our BMW E92 328i Coupe.
Passenger All-Season tires focus on long wear, plush ride and predictable handling, at a relatively low cost
|Passenger All-Season Tires||MPG|
|Continental ProContact with EcoPlus Technology ||28.1|
|Goodyear Assurance featuring Fuel Max Technology ||28.2|
|Kumho eco Solus HM KR22 ||27.8|
|Michelin HydroEdge with Green X||27.8|
Of the touring tires and passenger tires, the Grand Touring All-Season tires had the best fuel economy.
To see which tire will fit your vehicle, shop by vehicle.