Goodyear Tire Reviews

One of the biggest names in tires, it’s no surprise that Goodyear has a a total of 12 different tires designed for off-road use. And all but one of them falls under the Wrangler lineup.

So let’s start there. The Fierce Attitude M/T might sound like a Zoolander pose, but its a mud-terrain tire that’s also designed for all types of surfaces.

Heading into the Wrangler lineup, the Fortitude H/T (which stands for highway terrain) has the look of an all-terrain tire but isn’t as capable, and instead makes some compromises to deliver better fuel economy and a quieter ride for those who don’t go off-road that often.

The Wrangler TrailRunner AT takes the off-road capability up a level compared to the H/T. Of note is the improvement in winter weather grip.

The Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar is designed to be equally capable on and off-road – with an added feature. With a layer of Kevlar added in to the tires, they’ll make sure that when you do get off-road, you’re protected from punctures.

Similarly, Goodyear also offers the Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar, which adds that same protective layer to a mud-terrain tire.

One of the most popular models in the entire Goodyear tire lineup (off-road or on) is the Wrangler AT. Plus there’s the AT/S and the Wrangler SilentArmor, which adds that Kevlar layer for added protection.

Finally there’s the Wrangler DuraTrac, which is designed for trucks that will be towing or hauling. It’s also built with all-season use in mind.

Are Goodyear Tires Any Good?

Claiming that all tires from a single brand are good or bad is a pretty bold statement and while we won’t go that far, we will say that Goodyear makes some of the highest performing, longest lasting and most technologically advanced tires on the planet. Goodyear competes at the very top of the tire ladder with names like Michelin and Bridgestone. In the light truck segment Goodyear’s Wrangler brand is synonymous with off-road grip and durability, while tires like the Assurance Max Life offer longer tread life than almost anything on the market.

What is the Best Goodyear All Season Tire?

In terms of the most versatile all-season tire in the Goodyear lineup, the Assurance All-Season offers an impressive combination of all-weather grip, performance, tread life and price. However, the Assurance Weather Ready is perhaps the most impressive overall. It’s more expensive but is certified for true winter use and actually offers a sporty summer drive too. The Assurance Max Life might just be our favorite though, combining solid driving dynamics, the sort of winter capability you’d expect in a premium all-season, with an 80,000 mile warranty.

Goodyear Warranty

Goodyear backs all of its passenger car tires with the Goodyear Pledge, meaning that you can swap a set of tires for a different set within 30 days of ownership if you’re not completely satisfied.

Goodyear Tire Reviews

Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure with Kevlar Review

Goodyear Wrangler HP Review

Goodyear Wrangler Fortitude HT Review

Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac Review

Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT Review

Goodyear Wrangler SR-A Review

Goodyear Wrangler AT S Review

Goodyear Wrangler Workhorse AT Review

Goodyear Wrangler Territory AT Review

Goodyear Assurance MaxLife Review

Goodyear Assurance CS Fuel Max Review

Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady Review

Goodyear Assurance All-Season Review

Goodyear Assurance ComfortDrive

Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring Review

Goodyear Fortera SL Review

Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 Review

Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrain AT Review

Goodyear Eagle Sport All Season Review

Goodyear Winter Tire Reviews

Goodyear WinterCommand Review

Goodyear Ultra Grip Winter Review

Goodyear Ultra Grip Ice WRT Review

Goodyear Mileage Warranties

Below is a list of all Goodyear Wrangler tires and their specific tread life warranty.

Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure With Kevlar 60,000 mi. (U.S.) 95,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler ArmorTrac (P-Metric sizes)50,000 mi. (U.S.) 80,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler ArmorTrac (LT sizes)45,000 mi. (U.S.) 75,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler DuraTrac (Excludes LT sizes)50,000 mi. (U.S.) 80,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler Fortitude HT 65,000 mi. (U.S.) 105,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler Fortitude HT (Light Truck)50,000 mi. (U.S.) 80,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler SilentArmor 50,000 mi. (U.S.) 80,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler SR-A (Excludes LT sizes)50,000 mi. (U.S.) 80,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler TrailRunner AT 55,000 mi. (U.S.) 85,000 km. (CAN)
Wrangler TrailRunner AT (Light Truck)55,000 mi. (U.S.) 85,000 km. (CAN)