Fuzion Touring tires featuring H- and V-speed ratings are the Fuzion brand’s Grand Touring All-Season tire developed for the drivers of coupes, sedans, family minivans and small crossover vehicles looking for year-round capability and comfort. The affordably priced Fuzion Touring tires are designed to blend good treadwear, a quiet ride and all-season traction on dry and wet roads, as well as in light snow.

The Fuzion Touring molds a silica-enhanced all-season tread compound into a symmetric design featuring notched shoulders, intermediate ribs and center ribs to reduce noise generation and promote smooth, even wear. Four circumferential grooves help guide water through the tire’s footprint for wet traction while multiple notches and sipes provide the biting edges to enhance traction in light snow. The tire’s structure includes twin, high tensile steel belts reinforced with spirally wrapped nylon on top of a polyester casing to deliver strength, ride quality and handling.

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  1. Bought a set of these for my Nissan Juke AWD in Oct 2014. Just replaced them Dec 2018 so about 4 years. Tires are rated for 40k miles, and I got 49k miles. I replaced them prob a few thousand miles early too, but wet traction was suffering and winter was here. They were not quite down to the wear bars when I replaced them.I thought these tires performed very well in all seasons. This car is AWD so that prob makes it a little easier on them in the winter, but nonetheless they were good enough I just put on a new set. Road noise is kinda hard to judge in this car because I think the car is just kinda poorly insulated from noise, but maybe they are a tad noisy. Snow traction was very good, and tires did very well against hydroplaning in water. Also, for what it’s worth, I used the recommended tire pressure printed on my car (35psi). My tires wore evenly and car handled appropriately. I don’t know what the right pressure is supposed to be, but tire shops usually have all 4 tires inflated to different numbers so that’s the first thing I check.

  2. These tires are the worst I have purchased on tire rack , they were difficult if not impossible to balance,The wheels have a very bumpy ride, plus the noise on the wheels is very very hard to withstand, aside from all that we are having so much trouble with the car because of the wheels that it’s just not balanced properly it’s not aligned properly wheels definitely are not a great fit for that car

  3. Bought these tires a couple of years ago. I normally do not scrimp on tires but cash was tight, I needed tires and these were heavily discounted. They are VERY good for the price ($75/tire special at the time) and are decent tires. Performance over 2 winters and lots of rain was fine and I have no complaints to date.HOWEVER, they are the loudest tires I have ever had on any car. It isn’t the end of the world but when I need new tires AND assuming I am in a stable financial situation, I would buy a different, quieter tire. If money is tight again, I would buy these again.

  4. Tires look good, perform ok in wet/dry. However, for all season tires they sound like mud tires on the highway. Thinking of taking them off and getting better tires. Tread pattern is loud. Weird. When u go cheap, you wind up spending more $$$.

  5. I’ve already had to replace two of them in less than 6 months on these. Prior to that, I’d had two flats in 15 years. It’s a disappointment and such a hassle to purchase and submit for reimbursement that doesn’t even cover what I paid for the tire. Definitely would not get Fuzions again.

  6. Loudest tire I have ever owned. People ask, “What is wrong with your car?” Sounds like an aggressive truck tire on the highway.These came on a used car; dealer obviously bought the cheapest tires that would pass inspection. Can’t wait to get them off. For less than $20/tire extra do yourself a favor and buy a name brand.

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