Firestone tires

Firestone History

Firestone is a tire manufacturer founded back in 1900, in Akron, Ohio, which is well-renowned for its quality, reliable and affordable tires. In 1988 the Firestone was bought by the Japanese brand Bridgestone. Currently, Firestone continues to operate as a subsidiary of Bridgestone.

An interesting fact about this company is that Harvey Firestone had a personal friendship with Henry Ford, this is why it became the original equipment supplier of Ford Motor Company automobiles.

Most popular Firestone tires

This company produces a wide range of tires for all types of passenger vehicles, SUVs, and trucks.

To cover the maximum part of the market, Firestone creates tires to fulfill several different consumer needs:

  • All-season tires

  • All-weather tires

  • Touring tires

  • Ultra-high-performance tires

  • Off-road tires

  • All-terrain tires

One of the most outstanding models from the Firestone range is the Destination M/T2.

This model is meant for truck and SUV owners who are looking for the best off-road experience. DESTINATION M/T2 comes with a new cut-resistant tread compound and a 3-ply sidewall construction designed to add extra strength and durability. Firestone has created more aggressive lugs in the upper sidewall of the tire. This model is available in a wide range of 15 to 20 inches.

The new Firestone All-Season is considered the most affordable all-season tire from Firestone's lineup. This model has the main purpose to fit all types of minivans, coupes, sedans, and crossovers. The All Season model uses a special tread compound with a unique tread design to enhance its performance when it comes to both wet and dry roads. The All Season aims to be the most long-lasting model from its range offering a more than 65,000-mile tread warranty. This tire is available from 14 to 20-inch sizes, and sports either a T or H-speed rating.

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