Firestone All-Season review 2021: A worth buy or not?

Are you looking for an all-season tire that fits your budget? Firestone All-season is just that.

Designed to replace the older FR710, Firestone all-season is an amazing and affordable tire for all your basic driving needs. Read on as we review and get into the details

Firestone All-Season

Firestone All-Season Review 

Featuring a distinctive all-season tread compound with deep tread grooves and Sipes, Firestone All-season gives great performance on wet and dry surfaces. What makes it a worth buy is the M+S symbol which makes All-season capable of giving decent traction on light-snow as well.

The engineering team of Firestone has worked wonders. You won’t feel any noise even on the bumpiest of roads. Moreover, it is a great value for money alternative as it is fuel-efficient too. All in all, Firestone All-season is a great choice at this price for an all-season tire.

Pros

  • Excellent dry traction and handling
  • Smooth and comfortable ride
  • Fuel-efficient design
  • Inexpensive

Cons

  • Wet traction an issue
  • Winter performance

Firestone All-Season compatible vehicles

Designed for all sorts of coupes, sedans, minivans, and crossovers. We have made an elaborate list of all the vehicles that are compatible with Firestone.

  • Acura Integra, CSX, CL, TL, RSX, ILX
  • BMW 3-Series, M3, Z3
  • Chevrolet Aveo, Cobalt, Sonic, Cavalier, HHR, Malibu, Cruze
  • Chrysler PT Cruiser, Sebring
  • Dodge Stratus, Challenger, Avenger, Caliber, Dart
  • Ford Fusion, Focus, Taurus
  • Honda Civic, Fit, CR-X, Accord, CR-V
  • Hyundai Accent, Elantra, Sonata, Azera, Genesis
  • Kia Soul, Forte, Optima
  • Mazda Mazda5, Mazda6, Mazda3
  • Nissan Maxima, Sentra, Altima
  • Subaru Legacy, Outback
  • Toyota Corolla, Yaris, Camry, Matrix, Avalon
  • Volkswagen Golf, Jetta, Beetle
  • Volvo C30, V40, V50, S90, S70, C70

Tire Sizes

Firestone All-Season tire comes in various sizes ranging from 14 to 20 inches with either  T or H-speed ratings.

  • 14″
  1. 185/65R14 86T BW
  2. 195/70R14 91T BW
  • 15″
  1. 175/65R15 84T BW
  2. 185/60R15 84T BW
  3. 185/65R15 88T BW
  4. 205/65R15 94T BW
  5. 205/70R15 96T BW
  6. 215/70R15 98T BW
  • 16″
  1. 185/55R16 83T BW
  2. 205/50R16 87H BW
  3. 205/65R16 95T BW
  4. 215/55R16 93T BW
  5. 215/60R16 95T BW
  6. 215/65R16 98T BW
  7. 225/60R16 98T BW
  8. 225/65R16 100T BW
  9. 235/60R16 100T BW
  10. 235/65R16 103T BW
  • 17″
  1. 215/60R17 96T BW
  2. 215/65R17 99T BW
  3. 225/60R17 99T BW
  4. 235/60R17 102T BW
  • 18″
  1. 225/60R18 100T BW
  2. 235/45R18 94H BW
  3. 245/55R18 103T BW

Price details 

You can get hands-on Firestone All-Season tires from anywhere between $65 and up. The company also provides occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons, and special offers on this tire.

Warranty

Firestone provides a 5-year or 65,000-mile tread warranty, including materials and workmanship, on All-Season. Uniformity of the tire is guaranteed for the first 1/32 inch of wear.

You can also get a free tire replacement during the first 3 years. What’s notable is the 30-day buy and try guarantee in which you can get a refund or exchange.

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