Fuzion Tires

    Built as a house brand by Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC., Fuzion tires come in three different models: Fuzion SUV, Fuzion Touring and Fuzion UHP. Fuzion is all about finding the right combination of quality, safety and performance into a single tire. Fuzion brand tires are available for most vehicle types and are manufactured in Bridgestone production facilities that are located in 24 different countries around the world. The Fuzion tire is ideal for drivers who demand style, comfort, and performance every time they drive.

    Fuzion is a division of Bridgestone, that manufactures wholesale original equipment tires across a broad line of vehicle types, including consumer, commercial truck and bus, agricultural, and off road tires. With Fuzion tires, you get great value and total confidence.

    Fuzion has several types of tires for summer and all season use, that give the ability to maximize performance and control at the same time. Fuzion tires are ideal for drivers who demand style, comfort, and performance every time they drive.

    Fuzion divides its passenger car tires into three categories: Ultra-high performance (UHP), SUV, and Touring tires. Each has its own features to give you the levels of handling, durability, and traction that you need.

    Fuzion Tires Reviews
    Average rating:55 - 6 reviews
    1990 Lexus LS
    | Posted by | (Robertsdale, AL)

    My brother suggested these tires and reported he loves them. I will say that these tires made my car ride so well, it is like it is new. I try not to rip around corners but the cornering on these H-rated tires is nearly as good as the V-rated tires I removed. Very happy so far and they also look decent.

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    Understanding Tires

    There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.

    Understanding Tires

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