Compare Bridgestone tires to the competition.

Before you buy them, you'll want to compare Bridgestone tires to their equivalents. It never hurts to see how they stack up against the competition.

Let's say you're interested in Bridgestone All Season tires for a crossover or SUV.

After you choose a Bridgestone tire in a performance category that meets your needs, you'll want to locate the corresponding Tire Rack survey results.

For example, you might be interested in the Dueler H/L Alenza which is a Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season tire. Our survey results rank this particular Bridgestone All-Season tire second to Michelin's Latitude Tour tire by a very small margin.

Diving into specific categories outlined on the results chart indicates that the Bridgestone and Michelin tires produce similar wet and dry performance ratings, though the Michelin is slightly better when it comes to comfort. It's this type of information that will ultimately help you compare Bridgestone tires—or any tires, for that matter—to the competition.

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Sunday, October 11, 2015 by jim

I just got a 2015 F 150 with Wrangler HT 275/65 R18s I forget what I got with my 2004 F 150 but I recall changing them immediately to Bridgestone Dueleer Revo tires and think I might do that again. Can you give me a comparison of these two tires

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