It was the factory OEM tire on my Ford - I live in rural ND with
lots of cold & snow. The tires have had all the traction one
can expect with a nice quite ride. At 39,000 they will make another
summer , maybe another 5000-6000 miles. I have been happy with them
. All in all a good tire.
OEM Tires for my car were the Asymetric Summer tires so when it
came time to replace them at 30K Miles I opted for the All Season
version. I'm not disappointed at all. Living in SE PA we see all
types of weather and temperature. I managed on my Summers through
two winters and clearly my cars performance was reduced at
temperatures below 45 degrees. The A1...
Well I have reached 10,000 miles and so far good tread wear and
normal wear, I drove this truck to North Carolina for a week and
came home in rain and some points heavy rain and not an issue still
having the cruise control set at the posted speed limits. Goodyear
makes a great tire with this Eagle Sport.
Purchase these tires specifically because of the mileage
warranty of seventy thousand miles, these are my third set of
Goodyear Assurance tires on two different automobiles. Quality and
warranty are important for my tires, because I treasure my family
and my own safety I want to be able to depend on the tires. With
the high prices of tires today and what...
I bought these tires for an aggressive look and to have options
for any road conditions I might encounter. I am very happy so far.
I have put 41,000 miles on them and can go more than likely another
year without any concerns. I will replace them soon to get the deep
aggressive tread pattern again even thought I have a little more
than 1/4 of an inch of tread...
I took a chance on these tires based on a former Goodyear store
managers suggestion. I never had good experiences with Goodyear
tires ins the past when I offed them to my customers. That being
said this is a decent tire. A bit expensive but I was pleased with
everything except the sand traction and the tread wear. I got
completely buried in sand that I had...
Excellent winter tire for wet and snowy conditions, such as we
have in Oregon. These have served very well on my ski car. No
complaints, really. Quite good on dry roads also. I only use these
as winter tires, take them off in the Spring.
Bought these tires in 2010 and (as of March 2016) still have a
significant amount of tread life on them. They are only used during
the fall/winter months as alternates to the summer only original
equipment tires. They handle very well in both wet and dry
conditions. Good in moderate snow but I did get stuck once in high
snow fall amount. I'll give them a...
Great tires. I am going to replace them with the same ones at
60,000 miles. I am a tire and brake fanatic and I probably could
get another 5-10,000 on these but I do not like riding skinny tires
and skinny brakes. They are close to the wear bars and it is time
to change them. I have never had to replace the front disc pads and
I have almost 100,000 miles on...
I live in Central Minnesota and have found this to be an
outstanding snow tire. I did not need to put my Tahoe in 4wd this
winter in snow depths to 4. (We didn't have anything deeper in this
year's mild winter.) The tire performs well while braking on slick
and snow packed surfaces. For a snow tire it is very quiet on the
highway and, overall, it performs...
The numbers that I have entered are from my experience so far
driving the car with these tires. I must disclose that you have to
get the tires warmed up in order to have them perform greatly as
for the ride roughness, I have the MRC so it will be much smoother
than a non MRC model. Everyone complained that these tires are
horrible but they really are not. I...
2013 Camaro 1LE These tires had some cold weather issues at
first but the type of summer use I intend them for makes them the
perfect tire on my car. Yes they are now bald slicks 20,000 miles
got my moneys worth with a few butt puckers in some unexpected rain
storms. They stick like glue when warm, buying a new set now.
I have never used a dedicated snow tire until now. I was
actually looking forward to a year of heavy snow in northern
Wisconsin to really test these tires, but unfortunately el nino
made for only a couple decent snowfalls. I am overall very
impressed by these tires. The price was outstanding compared to
other snow tires and they delivered great traction. I...
I use my 2006 Porsche Cayman S as a commuter car so I opted to
go with an all-weather tire instead of the standard performance
tires. I've been very pleased with the Goodyear Eagle F1
All-Seasons. Very confident traction in rain and wet conditions,
there's slightly less grip in dry conditions compared to the
performance tires but nothing that would make you...
I believe these tires are too soft of a compound for this heavy
suv. I will admit I have not rotated them every 5k as I have
brought it to the dealer for the free two year maintence which is
about every 7,500. The tires are wearing terribly on the outer
edges. I have one more rotation and then all four will need
replacement. The most I will get out of these...
OEM equipment on my Malibu, Traded the Malibu in at 99,500,
tires were still at 40% treadlife. A lot of Nevada highway miles
were involved but probably the best set of tires I have ever
These tires perform so well. This is our family car and it goes
on alot of grocery trips, taking the kids to school, ect. When my
wife goes out, I don't need to worry. Snow, rain or whatever,
there's no problem. I recommend these tires.
Excellent tires at a very good price. When I sold the SS they
still had about half of their tread at 40000 miles. Got better
mileage with these than the three previous sets of Goodyears and
BFGoodrich comparable tires. Much better wet grip than previous