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Tire Brand Report Card

2018 Consumer Reports. All rights reserved


No. 1: Michelin. Score: 72

Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+


Michelin tires are at or near the top of our ratings in each of the categories in which they compete. Most models offer a good blend of grip, handling, and long wear. The recently tested Michelin CrossClimate + all-weather tire fits this mold with uncompromising performance, making it a very good choice for all types of driving conditions.

Recommended Michelin Tires

No. 2: Continental. Score: 71

Continental CrossContact LX20 EcoPlus


Most Continental models are recommended, and all score well in our ratings. The latest all-season and performance all-season models have impressive tread life based on CR’s test.  

Recommended Continental Tires

No. 3: Pirelli. Score: 69

Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus


Pirelli’s ranking comes from its high-scoring ultra-high-performance and all-season truck tires. All-season and performance all-season car tires perform well, but they have slipped some in these highly competitive classes.

Recommended Pirelli Tires

No. 4 (Tied): Goodyear. Score 68

Goodyear Assurance CS Fuel Max


Goodyear all-season tires can tackle most weather conditions and have good tread life. Ultra-high-performance models rank well among their peers, and Goodyear’s Assurance WeatherReady all-weather tire had a strong showing with balanced grip and handling, and long tread life.  

Recommended Goodyear Tires

No. 4 (Tied): General. Score: 68

General Altimax RT43


General is a second-tier brand for Continental that sells tires at a lower price, which makes them a bargain. General's tires sit in the upper ratings with a good blend of grip on cleared roads and in winter driving, and they have a long tread life.  

Recommended General Tire

Recommended Tires From Other Brands

The tires below are ranked by their test scores within each category.

SUV all-season: Kumho Crugen PremiumBridgestone Dueler H/L 422 EcopiaSumitomo HTR Enhance C/X
Truck all-season: Firestone Destination LE 2
Truck all-terrain: Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015Nexen Roadian AT Pro RA8Falken WildPeak A/T AT3W
Winter/snow: Cooper Discoverer True NorthHankook Winter i*Cept iZ2
Performance winter/snow: Yokohama W.drive V905
Truck winter/snow: Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2 SUVBridgestone Blizzak DM-V2
UHP summer: Nokian zLineYokohama ADVAN Sport V105
UHP all-season: BFGoodrich g-Force COMP-2 A/S

Before choosing a tire, be sure to check its performance in CR’s ratings. We can tell you how it compares with its rivals in braking, comfort, handling, hydroplaning resistance, noise, and snow traction.




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