Fuzion Tire Reviews

Updated 6/19/2019

Fuzion tires are relatively new to the tire world (launched in the early 2000s). They appear to be marketed toward a younger crowd, with an emphasis on street performance. But guess who manufactures Fuzion tires? The answer is Bridgestone! Much like how Acura is actually owned and run by Honda, or that the youthful Scion brand is run by Toyota, you can feel confident that Fuzion tires are engineered and backed by a well-established company. There are currently only a few tire models in the Fuzion line-up:

Touring All-Season

Fuzion Touring
4.5 out of 5 based on 951 user ratings as of 6/19/2019.
Fuzion offers a 55k mile warranty on select sizes (T-speed rating), with a 40k mile warranty on the higher H- and V-speed rated tires. We think you can do slightly better with the similarly priced Kumho Solus TA11 instead, which has a longer 6-year / 75k mile warranty and a 4.5 review rating. Read all Fuzion Touring Reviews at TireBuyer

Ultra High Performance All-Season

Fuzion UHP Sport A/S
4.6 out of 5 based on 39 user ratings as of 6/19/2019.

Fuzion has extremely competitive pricing on their UHP Sport A/S tire, with even the 18-inch sizes being offered at or under $100 per tire. They exceed most reviewers' expectations at TireBuyer, with at least four reviewers noting that it is a quiet tire, and one driver has even ordered his fourth set of Fuzions! One recent reviewer states he is an Uber driver and drives 7,000 miles per month, and was able to attain 52,000 miles on a set of Fuzion UHPs.

However, in sharp contrast, the professional testers and consumer reviewers at Tire Rack do not think highly of the Fuzion UHP A/S, rating it in last place in a 4-way comparo as well as bottom of the category in survey results. For this reason, we would consider the Fuzion more of a High Performance rather than Fuzion's own naming of this as a Ultra High-Performance tire. The Kumho Ecsta 4X II is our (and Tire Rack's) choice for a good UHP A/S tire.

Update 10/30/18: Tire Rack tested the Fuzion UHP A/S in a new 3-way comparison in 2018, and the UHP A/S did fairly well, perhaps because it was put up against other budget brands. Along with the high number of reviews at TireBuyer, we think it's still a good budget choice as a HP, and not a UHP tire.

Read all Fuzion UHP A/S Reviews at TireBuyer

Ultra High Performance Summer

Fuzion UHP
4.5 out of 5 based on 75 user ratings as of 9/5/2016.
The Fuzion UHP appears to be discontinued, as it is now hard to find in stock and Fuzion's web site no longer displays it in its Product list. Check the Fuzion UHP A/S review above for an alternative.

SUV / Light Truck All-Season

Fuzion SUV
4.7 out of 5 based on 365 user ratings as of 6/19/2019.
Fuzion has a 50k mile warranty on this All-Season SUV / Light Truck tire, which has excellent reviews from over 300 drivers. We would also look at the well reviewed Uniroyal Laredo Cross Country Touring, which has a 4.8 (out of 22 reviews) rating and a 50-65k mile warranty. Read all Fuzion SUV Reviews at TireBuyer

SUV / Light Truck All-Terrain

Fuzion A/T
4.6 out of 5 based on 5 user ratings as of 6/19/2019.
The Fuzion A/T is a very attractively priced All-Terrain truck/SUV tire available in smaller wheel sizes from 15" - 17". It has very few reviews at the moment, therefore we would recommend the well-reviewed Ironman All Country A/T instead, which has over 150 reviews and a high average review rating. Read all Fuzion A/T Reviews at TireBuyer

Pictured below is the Fuzion Touring tire on a Hyundai Elantra:

Fuzion Touring tire on a Hyundai Elantra

These are the older Fuzion models, which are discontinued and have been replaced by the above models: Fuzion XTi for light trucks Fuzion ZRi (Ultra High Performance Summer) Fuzion VRi (High Performance All-Season, V-rated) Fuzion HRi (High Performance All-Season, H-rated)

You may also want to check out these brands at similar price points: Antares Cooper Delinte Dextero Douglas Falken Fuzion Hercules Kumho Landsail Milestar Nankang Nexen Primewell Triangle Westlake