When Goodyear first released the original TripleTred, it completely revolutionized the market of all-season tires by providing an unprecedented level of traction on dry and wet terrain. Well, the 2nd generation version promises to push the envelope even further by improving traction as well as steering, handling, and overall ride quality.
This Goodyear Assurance TripleTred review covers everything you need to know about the tire, from its strengths and weaknesses of its sizes and specs to its pricing and warranty policy, so stick around.
|Bottom Line||Comfort-wise, the tire offers a pleasant ride quality. However, a lot of users complained about the road noise being a bit amplified.|
|Pros||Backed by an outstanding warranty policy and great traction on both dry and wet surfaces|
|Cons||Road noise is amplified as the tread wears|
|Tire sizes||18”, 17”, 16” and 15”|
|Price range||Starts from approximately $117.|
|Warranty||80,000 miles or 6-year warranty.|
Before continuing check also out other Assurance tires such as Review of Assurance ComforTred Touring by Goodyear, as well as the Review of Assurance WeatherReady by Goodyear and also our:
- Review of Assurance All Season Tire by Goodyear
- Review of Assurance UltraTour by Goodyear
- Review of Assurance Fuel Max by Goodyear
Goodyear Assurance TripleTred (Our Review)
How does the Assurance TripleTred attempt to capitalize on the already impressive traction of its predecessor, exactly? Well, it utilizes unique tread zones that function in unison to deliver a level of traction that will have you treading the dry and wet terrain with complete confidence.
We have three different tread zones here that we need to talk about. Firstly, we have the Dry Zone, which is the outer layer of the three. This layer consists of large tread blocks that help improve the tire’s cornering and steering capabilities on dry terrain.
Secondly, we have the Water Zone, which, as the name implies, helps provide optimal traction on wet terrain by evacuating water away from the tread with the aid of Aqua Chutes. This layer is also responsible for reducing the risk of hydroplaning.
And lastly, we have the Ice Zone. This zone is quite impressive in the sense that it implements an interlocking tread pattern into Goodyear’s advanced tread compound. It also incorporates a continuous center rib as well as lots of biting edges that aid in improving traction in the snow and on the ice. The layer also features Goodyear’s Evolving Traction Grooves, which help the tire retain its traction as the tread starts to deteriorate.
Aside from being an impressive tire in almost every aspect, the strongest selling point of the Goodyear Assurance TripleTred is its extensive 80,000-mile tread warranty.
Comfort-wise, the tire offers a pleasant ride quality. However, a lot of users complained about the road noise being a bit amplified later in the tread life, but that’s a pretty minor issue.
- Backed by an outstanding warranty policy
- Great traction on both dry and wet surfaces
- Extremely comfortable driving experience
- Superior handling and steering capabilities
- Available at a pretty reasonable price tag
- Road noise is amplified as the tread wears
Read other tires pros & cons by checking out our Review of Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar by Goodyear as well as the Review of Wrangler SR-A by Goodyear.
Vehicles That Can Use Goodyear Assurance TripleTred
The Goodyear Assurance TripleTred is built for drivers of all types of sedans, coupes, minivans, and other vehicles. Below is a list of some of the most popular vehicles that are compatible with the Goodyear Assurance TripleTred.
- Ford: Mustang, Freestyle, Focus, Fusion
- Honda: Accord, Civic, Odyssey, CR-V
- Chevrolet: Malibu, Impala
- Chrysler: 300C, Town and Country
- Dodge: Charger, Grand Caravan
- Acura: TSX, TL
- Nissan: Altima, Sentra, Quest
- Subaru: Legacy, Forester
- Toyota: Celica GT, Sienna, Prius, Camry, Corolla
- Volkswagen: Passat, Beetle, Jetta, Eos
Sizes and Specs
|15 Inches||195/60R15 88H BSW|
195/65R15 91H BSW
205/65R15 94H BSW
|16 Inches||205/55R16XL 94H B|
P205/60R16 91V BW
215/55R16XL 97H B
P215/60R16 94T BW
P215/60R16 94V BW
215/65R16 98T BSW
225/60R16 98H BSW
235/65R16 103T BW
|17 Inches||205/50R17XL 93V B|
P215/50R17XL 93V B
215/55R17 94V BSW
215/60R17 96H BSW
P215/65R17 98H BW
225/50R17 94V BSW
225/55R17 97H BSW
P225/60R17 98H BW
235/45R17XL 97V B
235/55R17 99H BSW
|18 Inches||215/55R18 95H BSW|
The Goodyear Assurance TripleTred starts at around $117, which is reasonable pricing for such a capable tire. Please note that the prices may vary from one dealer to another. Also, the prices will vary based on the size and specs you select. You should also keep in mind that it’s possible to find special offers on this tire, such as coupons, rebates, and discounts, so make sure you keep an eye out for them.
The Goodyear Assurance TripleTred is backed by an astounding 80,000-mile or 6-year warranty on the tread. Both workmanship and materials are warranted for 6 years, with free replacements during the first year of use or the first 2/32 inch of treadwear. Please note that V-rated models are backed by a 70,000-mile tread warranty.
Further, you get to enjoy Goodyear’s roadside service warranty for 2 years as well as a 30-day test drive period during which you can try the tire, and if it fails to meet your expectations, you’re eligible for a tire exchange.
Consider reading our other Reviews of Tire by Goodyear:
- Review of Eagle LS-2 by Goodyear
- Review of Eagle RS-A by Goodyear
- Review of Eagle Sport All Season Tire by Goodyear
- Review of Viva 3 by Goodyear
Goodyear Assurance TripleTred Tire Customer Review
Michael F. says: “Goodyear has always been my go-to brand of tires. Why? Because of exceptional tires like the TripleTred. This is one of the most well-rounded tires on the market today, and I’m saying this from experience. Its traction on dry and wet terrain is exceptional. Also, the steering is very crisp and responsive. Oh, and did I mention the 80,000-mile tread warranty?”Michael F. posted (5 / 5) review
Marshal R. says: “If it’s backed by an 80,000-mile warranty, it has to be good, right? You’re absolutely correct. This tire is as tough as it can be. Steering is sharp, handling is smooth, and traction is reliable. What a tire!”Marshal R. posted (4 / 5) review