Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
Follow-Up Review: 35,000 miles on tires
After about 35,000 miles there is very little hydroplaning resistance. Handling takes a nose dive in steady rain and they are useless in a downpour. Dry traction is also getting worse. These tires are far from reliable. If there is supposedly some gas milage being saved, the lack of safety and reliability of these tires is not worth it!
Initial Review: 25,000 miles on tires
These tires are not all they're cracked up to be. They don't save on fuel. They're noisy and bumpy. I might as well have had summer slicks when I was driving in a dusting of snow. My Michelin snow tires were quieter and provided a smoother ride. My next set of all-season tires will be Michelin brand.