Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady Review

Goodyear is a brand that vaunts impressive lineups of all-season tires, with the Goodyear TripleTred A/S being an excellent example. However, in 2017, the brand decided to push the envelope to the max and put out a tire that would revolutionize its entire catalog of all-season tires, and that tire is the Assurance WeatherReady.

As the name implies, Goodyear’s Assurance WeatherReady was released with the sole purpose of delivering superior traction in all weather conditions. 

Can the Assurance WeatherReady tackle slush and snow effectively? More importantly, can it top the performance of the popular TripleTred A/S? This review will answer these questions. 

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Assurance WeatherReady
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Bottom Line Goodyear’s Assurance WeatherReady was released with the sole purpose of delivering superior traction in all weather conditions.
Pros Superior traction on both dry and wet terrain with excellent performance in snow and slush.
Cons Not the most budget-friendly all-season tire
Tire sizes 20”, 19″, 18”, 17” and 16”
Price range Starts from approximately $135.
Warranty 60,000-mile.

If you like Assurance tires, consider reading our Goodyear All Season Assurance Tire Review, also our Goodyear UltraTour Assurance Review as well as the Goodyear TripleTred Assurance Reviews.

Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady (Our Review)

Overall Assessment

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The Assurance WeatherReady utilizes a rubber tread compound that’s optimized to tackle all sorts of weather conditions. The tread also flaunts an asymmetric tread pattern that boosts its traction and handling capabilities on wet and dry terrains. 

Like we already mentioned, this tire incorporates some of Goodyear’s latest technologies, one of which is the 3D TredLock technology, which comes in the form of optimized blades that add to the tire’s cornering grip, enabling it to navigate slush and snowy terrain without any problem. 

To further improve the tire’s performance on wet pavement, Goodyear added circumferential grooves as well as sweeping grooves that help reduce the effects of hydroplaning so that the tire’s handling isn’t compromised. Not enough? Winter performance is also improved with the aid of zig-zag sipes. 

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The tire is engineered in such a way that it retains its traction as it wears down. Not only that, but it’s also engineered to handle sudden cornering with ease. 

A lot of tires claim to be effective in the snow and on wet pavement, but this tire proves it by flaunting the three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) emblem, which proves that it’s built to handle severe weather conditions.

Pros:

  • Superior traction on both dry and wet terrain
  • Excellent performance in snow and slush
  • Fantastic handling and cornering capabilities
  • Effectively eliminates the risk of hydroplaning

Cons:

  • Not the most budget-friendly all-season tire

Consider checking the pros & cons of Wrangler tires with the help of our Goodyear SR-A Wrangler Review as well as the Goodyear All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar Wrangler Review.

Vehicles That Can Use Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady

The Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady is designed for drivers of coupes, sedans, crossovers, minivans, and smaller SUVs. Below is a list of the most popular vehicles compatible with the Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady.

  • Dodge: Neon, Grand Caravan, Avenger, Dart
  • Ford: Taurus, Fusion, Flex, Focus, Mustang GT
  • Honda: Civic, CR-V, Insight, Accord
  • Hyundai: Genesis, Sonata, Elantra
  • BMW: 135i, 323i, 330i, 530i
  • Pontiac: Vibe, Grand Am, Grand Prix, G5
  • Toyota: Camry, Prius, RAV4, Corolla, Avalon, Solara, Sienna
  • Volkswagen: Jetta, Passat, Touareg, Beetle, Golf
  • Chevrolet: Cobalt, Cruze, Impala, Sonic LTZ, Malibu
  • Kia: Optima, Rondo, Forte, Soul
  • Nissan: Altima, Leaf, Cube, Sentra, Maxima, Versa

Sizes and Specs

SizeAvailable Specs
16 Inches205/60R16 92V Blk
205/65R16 95H Blk
205/55R16 91H Blk
215/60R16 95H Blk
215/70R16 100T Blk
17 Inches215/55R17 94V Blk
225/50R17 94V Blk
225/60R17 99H Blk
235/45R17 XL 97V Blk
18 Inches235/50R18 97V Blk
245/60R18 105H Blk
255/55R18 XL 109V Blk
19 Inches245/55R19 103H Blk
20 Inches255/55R20 XL 110H Blk

Prices

The Assurance WeatherReady starts at an approximate pricing point of $135. Granted, it’s on the more expensive side, but you may find special offers like discounts, rebates, and coupons that can help you knock off a few bucks off its price tag.

Read the prices of other tire types with our Goodyear ArmorTrac Wrangler Review and also the Goodyear MTR with Kevlar Wrangler Review.

Warranty

The Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady is backed by a sweet 60,000-mile or 6-year warranty on the tread. Uniformity is assured for the first 2/32 inch of tread wear. Both workmanship and materials are warranted for a period of 6 years, with free replacements throughout the uniformity period.

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Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady Tire Customer Review

Charlie S. says: “Simply put, this tire is second to none. It delivers a winter performance that’s easily on par with winter-specific tires. I’ve used it in light to moderate snow, and it performed very well. It’s also a lot more stable than a few winter tires that I tried before.”

Charlie S. posted 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5) review

Tony M. says: “Bought a 2018 Pathfinder, and I felt like replacing the Continental Sport LX tires that came with the vehicle because they were too slippery. A friend recommended the WeatherReady, saying it excels when it comes to wet and snowy pavements, so I gave them a go and fell in love almost instantly. This tire navigates the snow like no other all-season tire. Highly recommended!”

Tony M. posted 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5) review