Westlake Tire Reviews

Westlake Tires are Chinese made tires by a large parent company (HZCR), which also makes Chaoyang and Goodride tires. HZCR as a whole is about the 10th largest tire company in terms of revenue, and have been around since 1958. The brand had some negative press back in 2007 due to a safety recall. Westlake's tires are low priced and have decent reviews on Amazon.com, though we would recommend spending a little more and buying one of the top tier, best rated tires instead. However, if your budget is tight you may be considering these tires.

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Touring All-Season

Westlake RP18
4.3 out of 5 based on 200+ user ratings as of 10/14/17.

While you can get the RP18 in the 205/55R16 size for $51 a tire (at the time of writing), we would also recommend looking at the Fuzion Touring tire ($63 per tire), based on its over 900 reviews and 40-55k mile warranty. However, the RP18 does represent a bargain, with a number of decent reviews that many generic brands cannot claim to have.

Read all Westlake RP18 reviews at Amazon

Performance All-Season

Westlake SA07
4.2 out of 5 based on 50+ user ratings as of 10/14/17.
Read all Westlake SA07 reviews at Amazon

High and Ultra High Performance All-Season

Westlake SV308
2.5 out of 5 based on 2 user ratings (9/19/16).
It is especially important to choose a safe and well performing tire in high performance driving scenarios such as aggressive cornering and high speeds. We cannot recommend the SV308 when there are well reviewed tires such as the Fuzion UHP A/S (4.9) or Kumho Sense KR26 (4.7) for under $100 a tire in most sizes. Read all Westlake SV308 reviews at Amazon

SUV / Light Truck All-Season

Mud Terrain / Off-Road

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 Zeta