Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza

Excellent tires with the exception that one blew out on my wife's 09 Yukon XL Denali at around 43k miles. Right at the seem. Bridgestone/Firestone dealer said because she drove about 1/8 mile on no air (had to find a good place to pull over) they would not cover it. I guess she should have just parked on the railroad track according to them or blocked...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

I replaced OEM Firestone (40K miles) with the new Grabber HTS. The Chevrolet dealer was reluctant to even quote these tires and pushed Bridgestone. But based on reviews here and on CR, I insisted on the tire. I am happy to report that the Grabbers are outstanding! Very soft feel, quiet and great handling. General makes a great product and backs their tires...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination ST

I actually ordered a set of the Firestone LE2's from the Bellingham Firestone dealer. However, when I arrived for my appointment, they didn't have the tires they apparently ordered for me. All they had in the size I needed was a set of the ST's. I wasn't looking for a high performance tire, as the softer rubber compounds tend to wear a lot quicker than what...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Fuzion SUV

This is a great tire, but I can find this tire much cheaper at my local tire dealer. Bridgestone/Firestone have made a great economy tire to compete against some of the lesser brands. Most of the Fuzions still carry the Uni-T technology that Bridgestone/Firestone offer. To the user at the bottom. . . It's a HIGHWAY tire for a reason. It isn't meant for...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Potenza G 019 Grid

I replaced the OE Continental's on my 2003 Passat GLS sedan with a set of Bridgestone Potenza G 009 Grid's and was very pleased for the first few thousand miles. But then they started to get noisy. By the time they reached 20,000 miles they weren't just noisy, they were downright loud so I went back to the Firestone dealer to discuss the issue. They admitted...  Read More

How to Tell if You Have Run-Flat Tires

Many new cars are equipped with run-flat tires. These tires give the ability to keep driving on a tire that has lost air. Typically, self-supporting tires maintain vehicle mobility for 50 miles at speeds up to 55 mph. The exact ratings will vary by tire and vehicle.  Car dealers often fail to mention to customers that their tires are run-flats or may...  Read More

265/70R17 Tires for the Big 3 U.S. Truck Manufacturers

Many GM, Ford and Dodge trucks and SUVs use the 265/70R17 tire size as Original Equipment. Depending on trim level and wheel size, vehicles such as the Chevy Avalanche, Cadillac Escalade, Ford F150 and Dodge Ram use this size.  If you're looking to put a great tire on your American truck, BFGoodrich, Firestone or Goodyear tires may be what you're looking...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Precision Sport

I live in the Great Lakes and my wife uses this car for her commuter.She was very nervous about driving it in the winter. We purchased the tires last summer and are very pleased with them.It won't make the car into a SUV ,but she feels very secure driving it on icy and snowy road.A great buy and Tire Rack had a much better selection for us than local...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Winterforce

Installed factory size 225/60/16 on 03' Crown Vic. Currently have 46,000 miles on tires, rotating them religiously every 5-6000 miles. I run these all year in PA on highway and driveways/lanes that are dirt/stone/mud, very good traction, never had an issue. Even though they are a directional tire which means you can only rotate them from front to back, the...  Read More

C6 Corvette Tires and Wheels (Part 1: Tires)

I was talking to one of my Corvette customers the other day and he told me that in his Corvette club most members buy their Corvette Rims and New Automobile Tires from Tire Rack. By far the most popular tires I sell for this car personally are the Firestone Auto Tires, we are also one of the largest Goodyear Tire Dealers and I often sell the Original...  Read More

We rolled out some new Firestone tires!

As your Firestone tire dealers, we're constantly on the lookout for new and improved tires from this brand we've come to trust. And so, we'd like to introduce you to the following: Destination ST (Street/Sport Truck All-Season): If a performance pickup, crossover or sport utility vehicle is your ride, you just might appreciate these Firestone SUV tires....  Read More

We think your Lincoln would like these Firestone Firehawk tires.

Luxury defines the Lincoln MKS. This classy sedan exudes a great sense of style, it drives well and gives each passenger a comfortable ride —and with the right kind of tires, all that gets even better. The Tire Rack inventory of suitable Lincoln tires is quite extensive, but we study the field to make sure we can help you narrow it down quickly and...  Read More

Firestone Truck Tires Get "Big" Representation

Every Firestone truck tire is backed by over 100 years of industry research and manufacturing excellence. And since 1970, they've been backed by a monster as well. Yes, a monster. And today, Bridgestone Firestone announces a development in that monster/tire relationship.Of course, the monster we speak of is none other than Bigfoot, the world's first monster...  Read More