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The number of performance criteria tested for under the EU Tyre Labelling system
Europe’s top automotive organisations and publications
The average number of performance criteria assessed under independent testing by Europe’s top automotive organisations and publications
Goodyear engineers’ internal testing
The number of tests we put every new Goodyear tyre design through.
They independently test tyres for an average of 15 key performance criteria, typically including:
We put every new tyre we design through 50 tough tests to make sure they perform as well as they were designed to.
Why? Because our customers matter to us, and because we want every product that carries the Goodyear brand to live up to our high standards. The 50 tests include:
The calculation is based on the following:
*Based on 208 magazine tests, since 2013, performed by 37 independent European tire magazines. Taken into account are only tests in which Goodyear has participated in. Further information available under https://www.goodyear.eu/en_za/consumer/legal-disclaimer-80-claim.html. The term “recommended” is based on the individual ranking systems of the different magazine publications and is defined as tests in which Goodyear tires have achieved either ranks between 1 – 3 or a nomination of “very recommendable”, “recommendable”, “very good”, “good”, “exemplary” or “satisfying”.
For those magazines who have a different rating system we have standardised their rating scale to ensure they match our calculation; an ADAC rating of “good” translates to “very recommendable” and a rating of “satisfying” translates to “recommendable.” An Auto Bild (Auto Bild Allrad, Sportscars, Reisemobil) rating of “exemplary” translates to “very recommendable” and a rating of “good” translates to “recommendable”. All other “very good” ratings translate to “very recommendable” and “good” ratings translate to “recommendable.”