Fuzion Tire Reviews

Fuzion Tire is a sub-brand of Bridgestone/Firestone aimed at offering budget-focused tires, backed by world-class manufacturing and quality you can trust.

Originally launched at the Speciality Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) show in 2003, Fuzion tires were designed to focus on enthusiasts looking for a more budget-focused offering. The brand’s first tire, the ZRi has since been replaced by the UHP Sport AS.

Since then Fuzion has expanded its offering, though it remains quite limited with four different tires, limiting its overall market reach. Its also been realigned to focus more on other areas of the budget segment, maintaining a foothold in the enthusiast segment while also offering options for more mainstream vehicles and driving styles.

Fuzion’s four offerings are as follows:

Fuzion Touring AS – The brand’s longest lasting tire with a 55,000 mile warranty, it’s designed to deliver a premium ride experience with reduced noise, heightened comfort and all-season grip.

Fuzion AT – An all-terrain tire capable of offering civilized on-road performance with off-road grip when you need it.

Fuzion SUV – A conventional all-season tire designed to offer heightened grip in wet weather and built to withstand the extra demands of being on an SUV or crossover.

Fuzion UHP Sport AS – An all-season performance tire designed to deliver plenty of grip for sports cars and sports sedans, while also offering wet weather traction,

Fuzion Tire Warranty

All Fuzion tires come backed by standard limited warranty that covers you against defects in both materials and workmanship. Fuzion will replace tires for free when defects arise in the first 2/32-inch of tread wear. After that point and until the final 2/32-inch of tread wear (and within the first five years of ownership) Fuzion will replace defective tires on a pro-rated basis.

Below is a list of each Fuzion tire available with a specific mileage guarantee and the length of that warranty.

Fuzion AT 45,000 miles

Fuzion Touring 55,000 miles

Fuzion SUV 50,000 miles

Fuzion UHP Sport AS 40,000 miles

Are Fuzion Tires Any Good?

Overall, Fuzion tires are above average though not amazing by any means. Performance and tread life are decent and user reviews reflect that. Most users cite the low price as an important factor in their purchase decision, offsetting some general drawbacks that would be expected of a more affordable tire.

Fuzion Tire Reviews

Fuzion AT Review

Fuzion SUV Review

Fusion Touring AS Review

Who Makes Fuzion Tires?

Fuzion tires are manufactured by Bridgestone/Firestone.

Are Fuzion Tires Made in China?

While there are a few claims online that Fuzion tires are made in China (including on the official Bridgestone wikipedia page) none of the mentions lists a source. Bridgestone does manufacture many of tis tires in the US and One way to check if your tires are made at one of the Bridgestone/Firestone plans in the country is by checking the DOT code printed on the tire. The first alphanumeric sequence is a code for the plan the tire is manufactured in. Bridgestone’s US plan codes are as follows:

  • 0B, W2, Y2 – Wilson, North Carolina.
  • 1C, HY – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • 2C, 4D, 5D – Morrison, Tennessee.
  • 2M, 3M – Bloomington, Illinois.
  • 7X, 8X, 9X – Graniteville, South Carolina.
  • 8B, VE, YE, YU – Des Moines, Iowa.
  • D2, E3, W1, Y7 – Lavergne, Tennessee.
  • YD – Decatur, Illinois.