Goodyear Assurance All-Season Review

137 User Reviews

Leave review

70 Out Of 114

in All-season tires


Miles Reported


User Reviews

Review summary

After all of the aforementioned research, the Goodyear Assurance is a decent All Season tire. Our research and customer reviews both indicate that it is an affordable premium tire that is long-lasting. It is quiet, fairly comfortable, and good in dry conditions.

 On the other hand, consumer feedback has shown that the Assurance is not recommended for areas with harsh winters. Plus, they do not handle as well in wet conditions. Although they are reasonably comfortable, they are not designed for off-roading or made for cars with high horsepower.


  • Affordable premium brand
  • Dependable and safe in dry conditions
  • Fuel-efficient
  • Handles well in light snow
  • Quiet
  • Comfortable


  • Doesn’t handle as well in wet conditions
  • Not designed for harsh winters
  • Treads do not last as long

Survey stats

Snow Traction
Ice Traction




Miles Reported



Goodyear Assurance All-Season

Michelin CrossClimate 2

Continental TerrainContact H/T

Michelin Defender LTX M/S

Michelin Agilis CrossClimate

Overall Rating
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread Life
Snow traction
Ice traction
Show more

User Reviews

Goodyear Assurance All-Season

70 Out Of 114

in All-season tires


Miles Reported


User Reviews

Full review

This is our complete, well-researched review of the Goodyear Assurance All Season Tire. To provide readers with the most accurate information, we have examined Goodyear’s claims on this particular tire. We have also scrutinized the statistics put out by the manufacturer, as well as any testing results. Additionally, we have examined what customers think of this all-season tire. We explored customer reviews, comments, feedback, and complaints so you have a full understanding of the tire’s performance. Don’t have time to read everything? Here’s a quick summary of our review as well as pros & cons listed. Below, we go into more detail on these tires, plus we share why we have come to the above conclusion. You will find details on handling, performance, wear, affordability, and much more. We also share customers’ complaints and praises. Keep reading for a full review of the Goodyear Assurance All Season tire.

Tire Overview

The Goodyear Assurance All Season tire was released in 2014. It is a premium, passenger-grade tire that is designed to be an everyday, every season option. The Assurance All Season is considered entry-level and comes equipped on many sedans, minivans, compact cars, and some crossovers. This tire is designed to be quiet, comfortable, and durable. Although it is not a winter tire, it is made to handle well in wet conditions, as well as, dry. It can handle light snow, too. Additionally, as a premium tire, it’s more affordable than most. With a wide range of sizes, it is a dependable, sturdy option.

Is It A Good Tire?

The Assurance All Season by Goodyear is made to be a great tire for a family on a budget. Classified as a passenger tire, it has the higher mileage rating of a touring tire. What’s more, the symmetric trends let you rotate them from left to right. Those two things combined make it a long-lasting tire. Available in sizes that range from 14-inch to 20-inch, the Assurance fits a large number of vehicles. The stable shoulder blocks and wide grooves keep the tires on track in wet conditions. The various sipes also help with slippery conditions. Said to be quiet and comfortable, it’s an affordable option from a premium brand.

Goodyear Assurance All Season – Full Review

To provide drivers with the most accurate information on the Goodyear Assurance All Season tire, we have examined all the information thoroughly. We have researched the different aspects of the tire, examined customer reviews, and scrutinized tests.


The Goodyear Assurance is designed with an all-season tread and independent shoulder blocks that make the tires stable in both wet and dry conditions. The average customer agrees that under dry conditions, the rubber compound stops at a good distance and takes corners well. Under wet conditions, customer reviews fall a bit below the mark, however. According to Goodyear, the four wide grooves are meant to help direct water through the tire. It is meant to lower the chances of hydroplaning. The grooves are also designed to help with the stopping distance. That being said, the Assurance scores lower in wet-road handling than other premium options according to testing by Tire Rack. In this study, drivers have less control and are unable to stop as quickly when it’s raining. What’s more, there is less traction when the roads are simply wet. That being said, the testing was done in comparison to other premium tires. Overall, Goodyear Assurance All Season tires are still good when compared to non-premium brands. The Assurance also features waved sipes on the treads which help in slippery conditions. As mentioned, this is not considered a snow or winter tire, but it can handle itself when there is a light coating. Our research shows that they have sufficient traction to handle safely, take corners without slipping, and still leave a good braking distance.


The rubber compound of this tire is pretty standard to an all season tire. Assurance tires have a polyester cord body with two steel belts. The internal structure makes it easy to handle and dependable on the highway. Equally important, the shoulder blocks and sipes create traction and stability while driving. The tires have a good grip for taking corners, traction for accelerating, and a good stopping distance. According to customer reviews, the Assurance All Season is a good tire for day-to-day driving. They are not as responsive as touring tires, and vehicles with high acceleration are not recommended.

Noise and comfort

While they are by no means the quietest tires on the market, most customers feel they have reduced noise on the highway. This is due in large part to the optimized tread pattern, which Goodyear designed to create a quieter ride. Comfort is also considered. As you can see in this Tire Rack test, two different models of the Goodyear Assurance All Season were compared (to each other and another brand) for comfort and noise level. Both scored well compared to the other brand. That being said, these tires are not intended for off-road vehicles. The rubber compound and polyester body make for a comfy ride. According to customer reviews, comfort and noise are both good for this passenger tire.


The durability of the Assurance All-Season is also quite good. The independent shoulder blocks help maintain the integrity of the treads. Plus, as we mentioned above, you can rotate the tires from left to right. Doing so gives you more mileage per tire. The overall construction of the tire is also dependable and durable. Based on our research and customer reviews, the Goodyear Assurance has a decent lifespan considering you can use them all year under the right conditions. That being said, some customers feel the treads wear down quicker than is acceptable. Goodyear has indicated that the Assurance All Season tires should last for four to five years. They also provide a 65,000 treadwear warranty on all tires.


As premium tires go, the Goodyear Assurance tires are very affordable. They start around the $72 mark for each. When comparing them to tire brands across the board, most drivers find them to be middle of the road. Outside of cost per tire, there is also something to be said for eco-efficiency which many consumers prefer in a tire. They can lower your price on fuel; essentially lowering the price of the tire over time. In another study,  the Assurance All Seasons measured up as a fuel-efficient tire. That being said, when compared to two other premium brands, the Goodyears were lacking in areas the other two were not. For example, they lacked traction in wet conditions while the other brands didn’t. Be that as it may, customers across the board found these tires to be more eco-friendly than your average brand.


For drivers who live in a warm, dry climate, the Goodyear Assurance All Season tire is a good option. They are affordable compared to other premium tires, and they come with a decent warranty. Beyond that, customers have found the Assurance All Season tire to be quiet with good handling capabilities in dry conditions. The tires have good traction, corner control, and stopping ability. They also do well in light snow. That being said, it is important to note the lack of traction under wet conditions. Aggressive drivers will fare better with a Bridgestone All Season or Michelin All Season tire, though both are more costly. Drivers who want a premium tire with excellent all-over performance should go with the Continental ProContact with EcoPlus Technology. This is a touring tire with great handling capabilities under any circumstances. They are quiet, comfortable, eco-friendly, but also more expensive. Overall, Goodyear Assurance All Season is a good option if you want an affordable premium tire.


We recommend the Goodyear Assurance All Season for those drivers looking for a premium passenger tire that is not too expensive. While it leaves something to be desired when it is raining, it still performs well when compared to other (non-premium) brands in the same category. The Assurance has great handling, traction, and stopping power for everyday use. The tires are quiet, comfortable, and come with a great warranty. As they are also affordable, the shorter lifespan is not as imperative as it would be for more pricey options.

Rankings are generated based on of customer reviews & real-life tire tests. We don't accept free products from anyone or any company – we review only products we believe are best for the users. By clicking on products above, we may receive a commission at no cost to you.