Goodyear Assurance All-Season Review

A stand-out tire that doesn’t really stand out, the Goodyear Assurance All-Season might not wow you, but it will certainly get the job done.

PROS

  • An all-around well-rounded tire
  • Decent warranty
  • Affordably priced

CONS

  • No stand-out features



Here at TruckTireReviews.com we love tires. We love where they take us and we love all the technology that goes into designing and manufacturing them. But we understand that for most folks, tires get you from point A to point B, and you want them to do so reliably, safely and affordably.

And that’s why Goodyear made the Assurance All-Season.

A conventional all-season tire if we ever came across one, it’s designed with four circumferential grooves to evaucate water and prevent hydroplaning. The center tread rib is mostly solid, giving a compromise between highway stability and turn-in response, with grip in inclement weather. You can see on the tread blocks al the small slits and grooves designed to give extra biting edges in wet weather or even snow.

We always like to point out that if you do live where there’s real snow, you should probably get some proper winter tires as well.

Handling is competent though not what we’d call exciting. And wet weather grip is solid.

In term of comfort and road noise, both could be better, but again, if you’re like most drivers you won’t really notice either way. And for the affordable price and solid 65,000 mile tread life warranty, it’s really hard to go wrong with such a well-rounded tire from a trusted tier-one tire manufacturer.

Goodyear Assurance All-Season Price

Pricing for the Goodyear Assurance All-Season ranges from around $70 per tire for a 14-inch fitment up to roughly $180 for a 19-inch fitment.


Goodyear Assurance All-Season Warranty

Goodyear backs the Assurance All-Season tire with a 65,000 mile tread life warranty.

It also comes with a factory limited warranty that protects against defects in materials and workmanship. Tires found to be defective in the first 2/32-inch of tread wear will be replaced free of charge. After that point and down to the final 2/32-inch of useable tread life will be replaced on a pro-rated basis.

Goodyear Assurance All-Season sizes

14-inch sizes
185/65/R14
185/70/R14

15-inch sizes
185/60/R15
205/70/R15
205/60/R15
195/60/R15
185/65/R15
215/70/R15
205/65/R15
195/65/R15
205/75/R15

16-inch sizes
205/55/R16
215/65/R16
225/60/R16
225/65/R16
215/60/R16
205/60/R16
205/65/R16
225/55/R16
195/55/R16
205/50/R16
225/70/R16
235/65/R16
235/60/R16
215/55/R16
215/70/R16
235/70/R16

17-inch sizes
215/65/R17
215/60/R17
225/55/R17
225/65/R17
215/55/R17
225/50/R17
205/50/R17
225/60/R17
215/50/R17
235/60/R17
235/55/R17
235/65/R17

18-inch sizes
225/60/R18
225/55/R18
235/55/R18

19-inch sizes
235/55/R19

Is the Goodyear Assurance All-Season Good in the Snow?

While it contains some siping, the¬†Assurance All-Season isn’t great in snow. In fact, it performs pretty poorly compared to other all-season tires and owner’s don’t have a lot of positive things to say about winter grip. If you are looking for grip in snow, the Assurance WeatherReady is your tire. It’s actually a four-season tire, meaning it’s an all-season that’s also certified for extreme winter use and wears the three-peak mountain snowflake logo as proof.