Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination LE 2

I replaced the Contitrac's on my '08 Tundra Crewmax with the 'LE 2's' because of price and consumer ratings. The Conti's were worn out, not badly, but due for replacement. I have about 5k on the LE 2's now, and I'm still amazed at how well these tires perform! They are VERY quiet, and the difference in straight line traction, is just, well, amazing! I have...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Winterforce UV

I wouldn't normally post a review until I had put more miles on a set of tires, but thought I would in case there's anyone else out there like me not wanting to spend a fortune on tires but still wanting good handling. Frankly, Firestone would have been the last brand I would normally have bought due to my perception that the company has had too many quality...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination M/T

I've had these on my truck for about 8k now and couldn't be happier with them. Not going to lie, they are loud on the highway, specifically between 50 and 65, they seem to get a little quieter at higher speeds. These are about 4 larger than the factory tire size on my truck and they fit well. Just had our first snow (which I was waiting to write this review...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Transforce AT

This is my 2nd set of Firestone light truck tires both transforce at I am very happy with this tire. I usually get around 60K on them,they ride good and have very little road noise. I pull heavy loads and go off on back rocky muddy roads never a problem. I live in the mountains and do a lot of zig zagging overall very pleased!   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination A/T

The Firestone Destination AT was a great tire for my 03 Tacoma Doublecab V6 SR5 TRD. I rode them most of the way to the wearbars, which totaled 65,000 miles, 15,000 over the warranty. The tires were champion tires off-road, never any problems in sand, rocks, stream crossings, wet grass. On-road, the tires were louder and louder the more they wore down, they...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination LE 2

I previously had a set of Michelin Lattitude tires on my truck, and loved them. The LE2s, so far, have been as good to drive on with one exception; on-center feel. It does seem like this tire wanders a bit at highway speeds in a straight line. I have since had my alignment checked and have inflated the tires with nitrogen. I believe the alignment may have...  Read More

New Fuzion Tires Offer Exceptional Value

Fuzion tires are part of a division of Bridgestone/Firestone, so you know they're from a name you can trust. Recently, they introduced their new line-up and so far they have received very positive reviews and feedback. The Fuzion Touring is a very nice Grand Touring All-Season tire that's offered with either a 55,000- or 40,000-mile treadlife warranty,...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination A/T

Superb tire...extremely quiet and comfortable to drive with nice turn in characteristics. The tire is very stable and realllllly improved the ride of my truck. I previously had the Destination M/T's on my truck which is an excellent overall mud tire. After 45,000 or so miles, the treadwear was fantastic, but the tires really got loud. I have previously...  Read More

Firestone Destination LE Replaced by the New Firestone Destination LE2

Since Bridgestone purchased Firestone back in 1988, much of Bridgestone's cutting-edge technology has been incorporated into Firestone tires. For many years, the Firestone Destination LE has been a popular value-oriented replacement tire for street driven light trucks, SUVs and crossover vehicles. This all-season tire is smooth and quiet with good wet...  Read More

The All-New Firestone Destination LE2

For years, the Firestone Destination LE has been a favorite in the line-up for SUV and light truck applications. Since 2001 the marketplace has changed from a light duty pickup truck dominated arena to a crossover utility vehicle (CUV) dominated market segment. A corresponding change in tire demands has also occurred. From primarily utility focused for...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination A/T

I have an '04 Colorado Crew Cab 4x4 Z71. I replaced a set of horrendous Goodyear Wrangler RT/S with the Firestone Destination A/T. The Goodyears were downright scary on anything but absolutely dry pavement. The handling was awful as well. The new Firestone's are GREAT! The GY's weren't a loud tire, IMO but the Firestone's are unbelievably quiet considering...  Read More

Looking for the Best Value in a Street and Road Tire for Your Truck or SUV?

Most truck owners never intend to take their vehicles off-road. Highway All-Season tires offer the benefits of a quiet, smooth ride. They provide excellent mileage and good grip in water and light snow conditions. These tires are built essentially for crossover and sport utility vehicles, as well as pick-up trucks and full-size vans. The following tires are...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination A/T

I have a set on my 1998 jeep wrangler, lots of off road driving sand and some mud. Excellent in sand, will due in light mud, excellent on the street. No noise and tread wearing very good. Just bought a set for my 2010 Dodge 1500 2wd pick-up truck, excellent on dirt roads and street. Good traction at our local landfill which can get very sloppy!I will...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Fortera TripleTred

I reviewed several tires when I purchased these for my Expedition. I have had experiece with Michelin, General, and Firestone as welll. These have been the best handling truck/SUV tire I have ever had. I have a 2WD Expedition and I have driven though rain, light snow and even snow over a foot and these tire perfom beautifully every time. There are a bit...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Winterforce LT

I purchase the LT tire for the old caprice. Yes, it is a LT tire but it did fit and I average 7,000 miles a month. For a rear wheel drive vehicle it performs well. I I can assure you from driving in Maine to PA to Wyoming these tires serve you well.. The tires do have a truck like roar dont exceed 110 or you will get an uneven wear. I have driving 45 to...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination M/T

Here is my honest review.After owning these tires for a couple of years and testing them in all conditions i can honestly say they are an at best average tire.For dry weather there is nothing better.I have a hard time spinning them with 300hp when its warm out,but when the temp drops to the 40's and you add water watch out!I have 4wd its still a challenge.As...  Read More

General AltiMAX Arctic vs. Firestone Winterforce

Are you still researching winter / snow tires? Well, Thanksgiving has just passed us by and it's time to pare down your list and decide what tires are right for your vehicle. And to help you with your decision, take a look at two options available in the Studdable Winter/Snow category: the Firestone Winterforce and General AltiMAX Arctic. Firestone...  Read More

Best Value Snow Tires for Your Car, Truck, or SUV

As the winter season approaches, we do our best to provide each of our customers with a custom-tailored setup for their vehicle. Whether this means tires are mounted on factory wheels, or a cost-effective Winter / Snow Tire & Wheel Package using either steel wheels or aluminum alloys, there are a broad range of prices, sizes and options from which to...  Read More

Which Snow Tire: Studless Ice and Snow, Studdable Winter / Snow or Performance Winter / Snow?

In order to purchase the correct snow tire, you should decide which performance category works best for your driving style and your typical winter weather.  The three major categories are: Studless Ice and Snow, Studdable Winter / Snow and Performance Winter / Snow tires. Studless Ice and Snow tires give you optimum ice and packed snow grip, but are less...  Read More

A Great Combination

Light trucks and SUVs benefit from aggressive traction and superior foul weather performance.Firestone Destination A/T tires combine an all-terrain tread design with a comfortable ride while providing year-round traction, even in snow. It features an enhanced tread compound that blends wet performance and wear on the road with cut, tear and abrasion...  Read More