Goodyear tyres made to feel good
Who we are…
Goodyear has always valued life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. They are the brand for people who believe in the wonder of opportunity and who want to get things moving. Empowering drivers to feel free and enjoy their journey, because they know that being on a journey means making every moment count.
Throughout history Goodyear has always been a pioneer of innovations. Today, Goodyear’s research scientists and engineers come from all over the world, implementing new technologies to develop Goodyear tyres. Innovation is at the heart of the Goodyear brand alongside an uncompromising focus on safety. Proof of their credentials is in their multiple award wins including the prestigious Auto Express Product Awards and the Evo Tyre Test awards.
What makes Goodyear different?
Goodyear have a longstanding commitment to road safety and young people through partnerships and schools road safety programmes. Making road journeys safer for this generation and the next.
Goodyear tyres are not just made to feel good, they’re made to win awards, over the past decade Goodyear comes recommended in over 80% of European tyre tests.
Auto Express & EVO Magazine both recommend Goodyear tyres.
Goodyear tyres stop shorter in wet conditions, over 90% of the Goodyear EfficientGrip* range of tyres are rated A or B for wet grip.
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Ever wonder what those tyre numbers mean?
245/45/R18 91 V
- 245 - The width of the tyre in millimetres
- 45 - Profile height of the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the width
- R18 - The diameter of the wheels inner rim in inches
- 91 - The load index indicates the maximum load the tyre can carry
- V- The speed rating indicates the maximum speed for the tyre
For drivers who value innovation and safety Goodyear’s range of cutting edge premium tyres can deliver the highest performance in the most demanding driving conditions.
The environmentally friendly Eagle NCT5 features a unique silica tread compound.
Derived directly from Goodyear's Formula 1 racing tyre technology.