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Goodyear Tyres

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Goodyear guarantees the highest performance and excellent driving comfort, regardless of weather conditions. Do you appreciate safety but, at the same time, don't want to sacrifice excellent performance due to surface types or the weather? Then Goodyear tyres are the perfect solution for you.

 

Thanks to the highest quality materials and meticulous checks at every stage of the production process, these tyres have earned the trust of drivers worldwide. This brand's tyres are made using modern technology, and the company's product line is constantly being expanded and perfected. As a result, you will definitely find tyres that perfectly match both your car and your driving style.

 

Goodyear is not the company's only brand, as Dębica, Dunlop, Fulda and Sava also belong to the group. In addition to tyres, the company also supplies the market with the industrial hoses, conveyor belts, chemical materials and other industrial components.

 

Interesting facts:

The American company was named after Charles Goodyear, although he had nothing to do with the company. It was a way of honouring him — Goodyear was an inventor who laid the foundations for the modern rubber industry.

Goodyear's research department obtained dozens of key patents, and not just for the automotive industry. Other examples include a material used in medicine for manufacturing heart valves and artificial joints.

The business credits its financial success in the early 20th century to agreements like the one it had with Henry Ford. Thanks to this agreement, Goodyear tyres appeared on the first mass-produced passenger car, the Ford Model T.

One of the most important symbols of the Goodyear brand is its self-manufactured airships, which are now mainly used for advertising purposes.

Every fifth tyre bought worldwide currently has a winged-foot logo on it or originates from a company belonging to Goodyear.

History of the brand Goodyear

In ancient Greek mythology, there was a god, Hermes, known for wearing winged sandals. Thanks to their speed, Hermes was able to move from one place to another faster than anyone else. Hundreds of years have passed since then and now the winged sandals have been exchanged for tyres. Don’t get us wrong, however, as Goodyear tyres still come with a winged foot. The Logo of Goodyear Tyres A portrait of Goodyear’s founder The idea of a logo featuring the mythical patron of travellers (as well as the traditional bringer of good news) came from the founder of Goodyear himself, Frank Seiberling. His favourite work of art was a statue of Hermes that stood in his home’s hallway in Akron. The winged foot symbol was first used for the brand in 1901, featuring in an advertisement within the Saturday Evening Post. Today, this mark represents one of the three greatest superpowers of the global tyre industry.   While Hermes may have given the firm its symbol, its name was bequeathed by Charles Goodyear, an American businessman who laid the foundations for the contemporary rubber industry. In 1839, he invented a technology for producing rubber and, 5 years later, he patented a method for its vulcanisation.   In spite of these achievements, Goodyear died in poverty in 1860, but his memory was honoured 4 decades later, in ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • Rafał 4.5

    Goodyear UltraGrip 7+

    On snow and slush I had a bit of a surprise when braking, if the snow was ice understand it, but in a few places inhibition was very poor. I do not know if it's really a matter of tires and the pavement was so slippery. More >
  • gerth 4.8

    Goodyear Vector 4Seasons

    I changed my car to a Zafira with Goodyear Vector 4Seasons fitted to it, and the tyres are simply great. Both In winter and summer I had no problems. Even when going uphill on snow and ice the did sensationally (on summer one I have been spinning out there, and the corner was even more dangerous). It drains water greatly, redusing the risk of aquaplaning, or something like that (the water in ruts), very stable. I did several thousand miles on them, one third of the distance with the trailer attached they are really durable - taking into consideration the fact that I drive safely. If someone really wanted to find drawbacks, summer Continetal ContiPremiumContacts were quieter and looked nicer More > - Goodyear Vector 4Seasons looks more like a winter tyre, so it's a fact it's not really beautiful. As for fuel consumption difference, I have not noticed any, and if it is, then it's minimal. I definitely recommend!
  • Grace 4.6

    Goodyear EfficientGrip

    Goodyear EfficientGrip is a very good tyre on dry surface. On wet, with moderate driving style, suspension in good condition and proper air pressure it’s also excellent. It’s very quiet, compared to my previous Pirelli P7, which was definitely louder, even louder than the winter Michelin Pilot Alpin. I am not able to rate the durability of Goodyear EfficientGrip at the moment because the distance driven is too small to note any signs of wear. Also, I have to emphasize that in order to rate the driving properties of a tyre properly and to fully use its capabilities in all conditions, you have to adjust your wheel alignment correctly, have proper air pressure, correctly working suspension and More > fully balanced wheels. After I had my new Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres fitted, I did all of this and the tyres do their job perfectly.
  • Mark H 4.2

    Goodyear Ultra Grip 9

    I was looking for some comfortable tyres. The main criteria for me is the noise level. I decided to purchase a set of Goodyear Ultra Grip 9 tyres. I wanted to make my vehicle as comfortable as possible and I am really satisfied. The tyres generate definitely a lower noise than my previous Dunlops. My Mazda 6 became a silent vehicle. The biggest surprise is that they are quieter than my summer tyres. They are very good in winter conditions. I read some reviews about these tyres and I know that the braking distances on snow covered roads are much shorter if compared to predecessor. I bought these tyres for a winter season but I think they would be perfect for summer as well! After doing 3000 More > miles the Goodyear Ultra Grip 9 tyres still look exactly the same as when they were new. There are no signs of a tread wear.
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