The number one tyre manufacturer in North America and Latin America, Goodyear is also Europe's second largest tyre manufacturer.
Goodyear prides itself on developing new tyre technologies for the needs of today’s driver. Founded in the late 19th century with just a handful of workers, today Goodyear produces tyres globally that deliver outstanding performance and durability while saving you money at the pump.
Goodyear’s innovations include RunOnFlat self-supporting tyres that keep going even in the event of a blowout, ActiveCornerGrip and ActiveBraking which deliver improved braking and cornering respectively, and SmartWear technology for continuous resistance to aquaplaning throughout the tyre’s life.
Goodyear’s commitment to innovation has seen the company work closely with the European Union recently to develop the EU tyre regulation label. This allows drivers to make an informed choice when buying new tyres and is available on all tyres stocked by Kwik Fit.
Kwik Fit stocks a wide range of cheap Goodyear tyres including tyres suitable for cars, vans, SUVs and 4x4s.
Goodyear Tyre Range
Kwik Fit | Friday 2nd March 2018 10:16am
Have you ever thought that your summer tyres aren’t always suitable for all seasons and every weather condition? All season tyres may provide a better, all-round solution for driving in the UK.
Kwik Fit | Friday 11th November 2016 9:40am
A closer look at the award-winning all season tyre from Goodyear - the Vector 4Seasons Gen-2
Kwik Fit | Monday 11th January 2016 3:45pm
Goodyear and Auto Express take to the test track at MIRA to find out how big a difference good quality and well-maintained tyres make to winter driving.
Kwik Fit | Thursday 28th May 2015 9:00am
The EU tyre label can help to make a decision when you buy tyres. But what do the three rating criteria of wet grip, fuel efficiency and noise really mean?
Kwik Fit | Monday 20th April 2015 10:00am
Buying new car tyres but don't know the difference between asymmetrical, symmetrical and directional tyres? We take a look at different types of tyre tread