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Goodyear is one of the largest and most well-known tyre manufacturers in the world. The company was founded in 1898 by Frank Seiberling in Akron, Ohio, and has since grown to become a global leader in the tyre industry.

Goodyear's company history

Goodyear's early years were marked by innovation and experimentation. In 1900, the company introduced the first pneumatic tyre for automobiles, and in 1911, it introduced the first air-filled tyre for airplanes. These early innovations helped establish Goodyear as a leader in the tyre industry and laid the foundation for the company's continued success.

Throughout the 20th century, Goodyear continued to innovate and expand its product line. The company introduced new tyre technologies, such as the first tubeless tyre in 1946 and the first radial tyre in 1964. Goodyear also expanded its product line to include tyres for a wide range of vehicles, from cars and trucks to buses and farm equipment.

Today, Goodyear offers a wide range of tyres for various types of vehicles and driving conditions. The company's product line includes tyres for passenger cars, SUVs, light good vehicles, and vans/commercial vehicles, as well as tyres for racing and off-road applications. Goodyear's tyres are divided into different categories such as all-season tyres, performance tyres, winter tyres, and summer tyres.

Which Goodyear tyre do you recommend?

One of the most popular lines of Goodyear tyres is the Eagle line, which offers a range of tyres for high-performance sports cars and luxury vehicles. The Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2, for example, is a high-performance summer tyre that offers excellent traction and handling in dry and wet conditions.

Another popular line of Goodyear tyres is the Wrangler line, which offers a range of tyres for light trucks and SUVs. The Wrangler Duratrac, for example, is an all-terrain tyre that offers excellent traction and durability on and off the road.

Goodyear also offers a range of tyres for commercial vehicles, such as the G661 HSA fuel-efficient tyre for long-haul trucking, and the G182 RSD fuel-efficient tyre for regional trucking.

Goodyear is one of the most respected and well-known tyre manufacturers in the world. With over a century of experience and a commitment to innovation, Goodyear offers a wide range of high-quality tyres for various types of vehicles and driving conditions. Whether you're looking for tyres for your car, truck, or commercial vehicle, Goodyear has a tyre that will meet your needs.

All Goodyear tyres (A-Z)

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Goodyear 2
Goodyear 5
Goodyear Bravuris
Goodyear Cargo G26
Goodyear DuraGrip
Goodyear EAG 5
Goodyear EAG F1
Goodyear EAG F1 2
Goodyear EAG F1 3
Goodyear EAG F1 5
Goodyear EAG SP
Goodyear Eagle 3
Goodyear Eagle AT
Goodyear Eagle F1 6
Goodyear Eagle GT3
Goodyear Eagle LS2
Goodyear Eagle NCT5
Goodyear Eaglef15
Goodyear EGF1 5
Goodyear Excellence
Goodyear F1 2
Goodyear F1 5
Goodyear F1 AT
Goodyear FQ 3
Goodyear G90
Goodyear GDY GT3
Goodyear Goeffgp
Goodyear Goeffgrp
Goodyear GOM
Goodyear GOM2
Goodyear GOM3
Goodyear GOM5
Goodyear Gougrip
Goodyear Gov4sea
Goodyear Govec4sea
Goodyear KMAX S
Goodyear KMAX T
Goodyear M AT
Goodyear OptiGrip
Goodyear Premium
Goodyear Supersport
Goodyear UG 9+
Goodyear UltraGrip 9
Goodyear Vec4seas
Goodyear Vector
Goodyear Vector 5
Goodyear Vector 5+
Goodyear Vector G2
Goodyear Vector G3
Goodyear Vector GE
Goodyear Vector GEN3
Goodyear Wrangler

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