The Firestone FR710 is a popular tire choice for many reasons. So we decided to give it a try!
Firestone FR710 is an all-season tire that is available in a wide range of sizes, making it an excellent choice for many different types of vehicles. It has a tread life warranty of 60,000 miles and is backed by Firestone’s history of quality and customer satisfaction.
We were very impressed with the Indy 500 performance and went in with high expectations. FR710 is not one of the best tires by Firestone, but it sure does try to give its competitors a run for their money. Scroll down to read the full review.
Firestone FR710 Tire: Overview
The FR710 is a touring all-season tire manufactured by Firestone. It was designed to provide reliable traction, even wear, and a comfortable ride throughout the year in dry and wet conditions. It comes with a 60,000-mile treadwear warranty.
Firestone FR710 is a reliable and safe tire that is perfect for those looking for a solid all-around performer. The tire is specifically designed to provide excellent traction in both dry and wet conditions, making it a great choice for everyday driving.
In addition, the FR710 features Firestone’s unique tread pattern, which helps to reduce road noise and improve the overall ride quality.
Key Features of the FR710
Firestone FR710 is an all-season tire for passenger cars, SUVs, and light trucks. The tire is available in a wide range of sizes to fit a variety of vehicles.
The FR710 has a tread pattern that Firestone says is optimized for quietness, comfort, and long tread life. It also features Firestone’s UNI-T AQII technology, designed to improve fuel economy and wet traction.
Pros and Cons of the FR710
The FR710 is a tire made by Firestone. It is an all-season tire that is designed for use on passenger cars. Obviously, it is not all sunshine and rainbows. The tire suffers from certain setbacks, which I summarised below.
Let’s look at the bright side first!
- Tread life of 60,000 miles
- Backed by manufacturer’s warranty
- It may not be suitable for extreme weather conditions
- Tire noise
Firestone FR710 features Firestone’s HydroGrip Technology, which is a combination of siping, silica-enhanced tread rubber compound, and an asymmetric tread pattern. These elements work together to provide increased traction on wet roads.
The asymmetric tread pattern also features larger shoulder blocks and circumferential grooves to promote even wear and resist chipping and tearing on rough roads. Inside the tire are two steel belts reinforced by nylon cord for added strength and durability.
The FR710 comes in various sizes for both passenger cars and light trucks.
How the FR710 Performs
Firestone FR710 is an all-season tire designed for use on passenger cars, minivans, and crossovers. It’s available in a wide range of sizes, from 14 to 18 inches. We tested out the tires in snow and on wet and dry roads. Sadly we couldn’t check the performance in the mud.
Here’s how the tires performed in various conditions.
Performance in Snow
One area where the FR710 could improve is snow traction. In our testing, it didn’t perform as well as some other all-season tires in this regard. If you live in an area that sees a lot of snowfall, you might want to consider gettings tires that are specifically designed for winter driving conditions.
As an all-season tire, the FR710 is meant to provide good traction and grip in a variety of weather conditions, including light snow. It has Firestone’s UNI-T technology, which is designed to provide a quiet, comfortable ride. The company also promises that the tire will have a long tread life.
Dry and Wet Performance
In terms of performance, the Firestone FR710 does well in most areas. On dry roads, it provides good grip and traction. It’s also fairly quiet for an all-season tire. In wet conditions, the FR710 performs admirably, with good resistance to hydroplaning. However, our testing found that it took a bit longer to stop than some of its competitors.
Which Vehicle will it fit?
- Buick Rendezvous
- Cadillac DTS
- Chevrolet Cruze, Malibu, Impala, Equinox, Venture
- Dodge Caliber, Grand Caravan, Neon, Intrepid
- Ford Taurus, Focus, Freestyle, Five Hundred
- Honda Odyssey, Civic, Accord, EX-L, CR-V
- Infiniti I35
- Mercury Grand Marquis, Sable
- Mitsubishi Eclipse
- Nissan Quest, Rogue
- Oldsmobile Intrigue, Alero
- Pontiac Aztek, Montana, Grand Prix, G6
- Saturn Vue, Aura, SL2
- Subaru Forester S
- Suzuki XL7
- Toyota Sienna, Camry, Corolla
- Volvo S80
P175/65R14 81T BW
P185/65R14 85T BW
P185/60R14 82H BW
P185/60R15 84T BW
P185/60R15 84H BW
P185/65R15 86T BW
P195/60R15 87H BW
P195/65R15 89T BW
P205/65R15 92T BW
P205/70R15 95S WW
P215/65R15 95T BW
P215/70R15 97S WW
P205/60R16 91H BW
P205/50R16 86H BW
P205/55R16 89T BW
P215/60R16 94T BW
215/65R16 98T BW
P225/60R16 97T BW
225/65R16 100T BW
P235/60R16 99T BW
235/65R16 103T BW
P215/65R17 98T BW
P225/55R17 95T BW
P225/60R17 98H BW
P235/55R17 98H BW
P215/55R17 93S BW
P215/60R17 95T BW
P225/50R17 93T BW
P225/65R17 100T BW
P235/60R17 100T BW
P225/60R18 99T BW
The Firestone FR710 is a good tire for anyone looking for a reliable and affordable option.
Overall, the Firestone FR710 is a good all-season tire with a strong performance on dry and wet roads. However, if you live in an area with heavy snowfall, you might want to consider alternatives.
While it may not be the best-performing tire on the market, it offers a good balance of features and benefits that make it a great choice for many drivers. If you’re looking for a tire that will give you peace of mind on the road, the Firestone FR710 is an excellent option to consider.
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