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Firestone Affinity Touring

Standard Touring All Season
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$112.99 - $160.99  ea.

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Firestone Affinity Touring

Standard Touring All Season Features
  • Silica-based, fuel-saving tread compound decreases rolling resistance to increase fuel economy and limit CO2 emissions while providing excellent wet-weather traction
  • Diagonal and Lateral Siping enhances wet and snow traction
  • Polyester cord body plies give a smooth ride
  • CO-CS (Computer Optimized Component System) combines tread design, materials, and construction to create optimal tire performance
  • All-season tread design with open-slotted shoulders improves performance all year long
  • O-bead enhances comfort through a single, continuous cable in bead construction
  • L.L. Carbon (Long Link) resists cracking and tearing, improving tread wear and tire life
  • Steel belt construction resists punctures
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Worst cold weather tires ever owned. Realize these are not Winter tires, but have been able to get by with all season tires in upstate NY before. ABS often comes on upon braking and gets very little traction when temps are below freezing & with more than 2 inches of laying snow. Tire tread has held up nicely thru 20,000 of 70,000 warranty, but considering purchasing winter tires because these are simple unsafe for winter driving. January 3, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by not bad, not great i got 40K of daily driving and a few long trips with this tire. rotated every 6-8K. ive gotten thru a few icy ramps that other drivers spun out on. the handing and ride on this tire are avg at best, but i did get excellent mpg with avg road noise. i wanna get kick butt tires for my next set and these oem's arnt what im looking for. June 15, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst tire Tire ren for 25K Mile and it start having problem, they give 70K warranty. but and warranty is such a way that they cant change tire at any cost. if your tire run for 50K and 20K remaining in warranty then they will give you some discount on next tire but they wont do anything to that tire. its worst warranty structure and firestone tire never run more then 50K ever. May 19, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by excellent tire I think these tires are the same ones that came with the car when i bought it brand new. it's a pretty decent tires, but in the beginning it used to make sound when i made a sharp turn, but after a while it doesn't do that anymore. It's a nice set of tires.. but i do like goodyear eagle tires a little bit better. but more than the tires, i really liked tirebuyer, it was free delivery and very competitive price. how can you beat that? July 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by tires best tire ever used October 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tires best tire ever used October 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tires best tire ever used October 28, 2013
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  • Tread Life Warranty: Varies based on speed rating
  • Uniformity Warranty: First 1/32 Even Wear, 2 Tires Permitted
  • Workmanship Material Warranty: 72 Month 4yr Free 2yr Prorated
  • Manufacture's Hazard Warranty:
  • Test Drive Warranty: 30 Day Ride and Try
  • Manufacture's Special Warranty: Prorate Mileage if not worn down to 2/32 Using Miles Achieved and 32nds Used
  • Warranty PDF: Firestone_Warranty.pdf

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