The Firestone TZ300A is a High Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
This tyre replaced the Firestone TZ300
Tyre review data from 24 tyre reviews averaging 77% over 315,000 miles driven.
Latest Group Test Results
2016 Market Overview - Braking Test - 25th of 50 tyres
2015 Test World Summer Tyre Test - 12th of 15 tyres
- Positive - Good resistance to aquaplaning
- Negative - Low grip on wet surfaces. Long braking distance on dry surfaces.
- Overall - In the wet the Firestone TZ300 alpha is too slow
stopping the car but in general behave confidently and logically -
until they reach the limit of adhesion, when they immediately lose
grip. Good resistance to aquaplaning. In the dry they are too slow to
react to the steering, and braking distance proved to be the longest
in the test. Fairly quiet, but fuel economy is only average.
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Questions and Answers for the Firestone TZ300A
2016-04-13 - Can you please advise me what is the letter d at the end of TZ300d tyre.
Two options. The first and most likely is that some tyre companies are using the D character instead of the alpha a on their online listing, and it is in fact the TZ300A. The second is that Firestone have released a new version called the TZ300 delta, but we've not been told about this.
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Top Firestone TZ300A Review
while driving a
Peugeot 206 2.0 hdi
(225/45 R17) on
AWFUL AWFUL AWFUL - bought these (recommended by Halfords !!!) - OK for a few hundred miles then drove like I had flat tyres, any movement on the sterring wheel had me slewing over the road, very noisy - like something rubbing.
First heavy rain - aquaplaning aaaaagh - nearly had to stop
Would never suggest these to anyone
Latest Firestone TZ300A Reviews
while driving a
(175/60 R15 H) on
Good for the the price.
Good on wet road (Continentals a bit better)
Good on dry also (Dunlop sp300 a bit better but worst on wear)
Wear is average and the tires tend to degrade before hitting the marks...although for the price vs performance it is a good buy
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have had these on front of Citroen c4 grand picasso found them to be a very good replacement for my old Michelin
and a much cheaper alternative , they lasted 25000 miles so very good wear but could be a bit skittish on damp road when pulling off but that could be the weight of car ,although cornering even in wet was always positive and have been perfectly ok in snow, only downside has been road noise which was quite intrusive on certain types of tarmac.
economy wise i got 1 to 2 mpg less than the michelins over the life of the tyres its worth working out that especially over 25k
now replaced with avon Zv7 s which are incredibly quiet in comparison.
to sum up fire stones tz 300 s have very good wear ,handling good on people carrier but noise level poor.
while driving a
(185/55 R15 H) on
a combination of roads
Have Firestone tz300a all round on my 2013 panda multijet, I have found them very comfortable over all road surfaces, dry grip excellent, wet weather very good and handles the torque very well from the multijet diesel, have not reached their limit and would not try to, they have worn in well and after 12000 miles still seems to be plenty of wear in them, would certainly buy again.
Buy these tyres...I am somewhat lucky that the car I drive is a company car & I choose how it is looked after & can spend any amount within reason. I was advised by a chap at Citroen, if I did not want to replace with the original Michelin, then they would recommend these Firestones... Thank you kind chap at Citroen, these are very good. I drive all over the country in all seasons / weather & they have been amazing...I will not buy or recommend any other tyre than these...You will be happy.