Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Integrity

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Vehicle: 2008 Honda Pilot EX-L 4WD
Miles Driven on Tires: 200
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Goodyear Integrity
Initial Review: 200 miles on tires
March 11, 2013

My new Honda Pilot SUV came equipped with Goodyear Integrity tires. When it came to time to replace the tires, I decided to replace them with the same exact tire since I was happy with their pass performance. After getting the new Integrity's put on, I noticed a road noise that I never heard before. I gave the tires a week, but the road noise did not go away. I went back to the dealer and they heard the noticed the noise too. The dealer re-balanced the tires, checked my wheel bearings, etc. But that did not help. I called Goodyear to ask for a refund under their 30 day drive policy, they said they do not refund money, they will only put me in another GY tire. GY decided to put another set of Integrity tires on. Well that did not help either. I asked GY for a refund again, they said no. Then GY wanted to put on Dunlop Signature tires. Since the dunlop tire cost sligthly more they gave me a minimal upagrade price I would have to pay. After they put the dunlops on, the price all of a sudden went up substantially. I said I did not what the tires. Then GY said they would refund all my money and take their tires back. At this point I was just feed up, I paid the difference and kept the dunlop tires. I've had the dunlop's for a few weeks and they are fine, I like them and there is no road noise. I think that Goodyear had a bad batch of Integrity tires because both sets had the same problem of noticable road noise.

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014 by Robert Rabbin

I have that too. I live with it and do not care about it, but I thought it was my transmission or something. Thank you for confirming it is just the tires. I think it is the large spacing of the rubber. Other than that low hum, they are very good.

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