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1992 chevrolet k2500 suburban Silverado
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**Based on internal testing:
Assurance® TripleTred® All-Season: In Goodyear's "60 mph Wet Traction Test" the P215/60R16 Goodyear Assurance TripleTred® All-Season significantly outperforms the 215/60R16 Michelin Defender, delivering on average 21% better wet traction.
Assurance® ComforTred® Touring: Comparison of industry data for T, H & V speed-rated tires versus Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring. Standard Goodyear Internal Ride test-P215/60R16, 2008 Toyota Camry LE V6 railroad track at 35 mph vs. Michelin Primacy MXv4.
Assurance® CS Fuel Max®: 2,600 miles/4,000 kilometers based on a 4% fuel economy improvement, on 65,000 Mile/105,000 Kilometer Tread Life Limited Warranty, 245/65R17 size as compared to the Goodyear Fortera® SilentArmor® tire tested on P245/65R17 size – 2005 Honda Pilot EX. Actual results may vary based on when tires are replaced, driving and road conditions, and proper tire maintenance.
Assurance® Fuel Max®: 2,600 miles/4,000 kilometers based on a 4% fuel economy improvement, on 65,000 mile/105,000 kilometer Tread Life Limited Warranty, as compared to the standard Goodyear Assurance® tire tested on P195/65R15 size – 2008 Honda Civic. Actual results may vary based on when tires are replaced, driving and road conditions, and proper tire care maintenance.
Cargo Vector 2: Property damage, serious injury, or death may result from tire failure due to under inflation/overloading/misapplication. Follow the vehicle's owner's manual or tire placard in the vehicle for proper tire size and load carrying capacity.
Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2: Based upon Goodyear Internal Vehicle Stopping Distance, Wet Skid Test on 225/45R17 tire versus the Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Position.
Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season: Based upon Goodyear internal Ice Stopping Test on 225/45R17 tire versus Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus and Bridgestone RE970 Pole Position AS.
Ultra Grip Winter: In Goodyear's "Snow Stopping Distance Test," the Ultra Grip Winter tire stops on average 6 feet (1.8 meters) shorter on snow than the General Altimax Arctic 215/65R16 tire.