Editor

Editor
Bridgestone vs Michelin

Bridgestone vs Michelin: Which is Better?

Many people asked me the age-old question: Bridgestone vs Michelin – Which is Better? And, the answer is not as straightforward as you might think. Moreover, if you consider tires from these brands, you’re in a very good spot already. And, you surely won’t go wrong if you choose either brand. All tires from Michelin and Bridgestone are one of the safest around, especially in the conditions they are intended for. Besides, both companies produce some of the longest-lasting tires around, and most of their products are quiet and comfortable.

BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA KO2 Review

BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 Review: Among the Best in its Class

If you want to have the best possible driving experience from an all-terrain tire, then yes, you should buy the All-Terrain T/A KO2. This is one of the most beloved SUV and truck tires in North America, especially among amateur off-roaders. If you ask some off-roader on what tire you should get, you will probably receive the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 as the answer. On top of that, owners of this tire are extremely satisfied with the performance it gets.

BFGoodrich Advantage TA Sport LT Review

BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Sport LT Review: Leans Towards Comfort Rather than Sport

The BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Sport LT is a tire designed to fit various vehicles, including compact and large crossovers, compact and large SUVs, and trucks. BFGoodrich offers the tire in various sizes, ranging from 15-inch wheel diameter to 22-inch wheel diameter. With that said, let’s see what the features of the BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Sport LT are.

Milestar Patagonia MT Review

Milestar Patagonia M/T Review: Cheap Entry into Off-Road Tires

To cater to the needs of most enthusiasts, Milestar offers the tire in a wide range of sizes. You can have the Patagonia M/T in 15-inch to 22-inch wheel diameter, and 31-inch, 33-inch, 35-inch, and even 40-inch off-road dimensions. Besides, all sizes are LT-metric, which means that the Patagonia M/T is ready for the heaviest and most powerful SUVs and trucks out there.

Toyo Open Country A/T III Review

Toyo Open Country A/T III Review: an Excellent All-Terrain Tire

With that said, is the Toyo Open Country A/T III any good? Well, that’s a question that I’ll try to answer in my detailed review of the tire. Below, I’ll cover every aspect of the tire, including on-road dynamics and traction, off-road abilities, comfort, and durability. In the end, you can read my verdict of the tire.

Goodyear Wrangler SR-A review

Goodyear Wrangler SR-A Review: Middle of the Road

One of the most popular highway all-season tires in North America is certainly the Goodyear Wrangler SR-A. This tire is not only a popular choice among owners, but it’s also very popular among car manufacturers. Many new vehicles, including the most popular mid-size and full-size trucks, come with a set of Goodyear Wrangler SR-A tires.

Goodyear Viva 3 Review

Goodyear Viva 3 Review: Is This Really a “Goodyear” Tire?

The Goodyear Viva 3 is a passenger all-season tire designed for owners of compact cars, mid-size sedans, and minivans. Walmart offers the tire in a wide range of sizes, starting from 14-inch wheel diameter and up to 18-inch wheel diameter. With these sizes, the retailer covers many older vehicles, which definitely points at which owners Walmart aims.

According to Goodyear, Viva 3 is a value all-season tire that provides comfort and control. On Walmart’s website, on the other hand, you’ll find that the Viva 3 has confident handling and quiet ride. And that it provides all-season traction and long-lasting treadwear at an attractive price.

Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season Review

Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season Review: a Solid Overall Performer

One of the most popular ultra-high-performance all-season tires (high-performance rating in lower speed categories) is the Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season. As a successor to the bestselling Eagle GT, the new model has a lot to live up to. In addition, the Eagle Sport All-Season competes with some really accomplished rivals today, such as the Continental ExtremeContact DWS06, Michelin Pilot Sport A/S3+, and Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS.

As with every product, it’s best when you choose tires that will suit your needs. And, to find out if the Eagle Sport All-Season works for you, scroll to see my thoughts below.

Goodyear Eagle RS-A Review

Goodyear Eagle RS-A Review: Halfway Between the Best and the Worst

Goodyear offers the Eagle RS-A in many popular tire sizes, starting from 15-inch wheel diameter and up to 20-inch wheel diameter. With these dimensions, the company covers a large variety of vehicles, including compact cars, mid-size sedans, minivans, performance sedans, sports coupes, sports cars, crossovers, and SUVs.

With that said, let’s see what features Goodyear utilized in the Eagle RS-A to make it stand out from the competition before we jump to my thoughts and conclusions.

Goodyear Eagle LS-2 Review

Goodyear Eagle LS2 Review: Starts to Show it Age

The Goodyear Eagle LS-2 was a very popular OEM choice for various manufacturers, including Toyota, Volkswagen, and Audi. That’s usually a good thing – car manufacturers test a variety of tires before they put them on new vehicle models. At the time when the Eagle LS-2 was launched, it was among the best grand-touring all-season tires in North America. Moreover, Goodyear marketed the Eagle LS-2 as a performance-oriented and luxurious touring tire, designed for modern luxury cars.

Scroll to Top