While always on the lookout for a long lasting affordable tire, Goodyear’s MaxLife comes to mind. Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – August 7, 2020 Goodyear Assurance MaxLife With just under 40k miles on my now 5-month young 2020 Toyota Prius Prime, tire replacements are always just around the corner. With the 156k mile Longevity Test on the 18 Elantra, we found that the 90k mile Hankook PT 737h’s would reach approximately 105k miles before necessary replacements from wear while performing the real-world worst-case drive scenario found while completing rideshare. The only negative attribute we experienced at the time was a worn tire howl that began at just over 50k miles, just half of its full life. Goodyear also has an offering with an 85k mile limited tread warranty called the Assurance MaxLife, the highest-mileage rated tire in Goodyear’s iconic 120+ year history. Designed for drivers searching for a quality tire with long-lasting value, the Goodyear Assurance MaxLife extends longevity with an 85,000-mile limited tread life warranty, up to 30 percent more miles compared to the standard all-season tire across the industry. The TredLife technology also improves all-season traction, for excellent all-season performance. But that is not all, say goodbye to the tread depth tool. The Goodyear Assurance MaxLife features a unique treadwear gauge molded into the tire that shows how much tread life remains as the tire wears. Goodyear Assurance MaxLife Tire Tread Depth Indicator Available in 45 sizes, from 15 inches to 20 inches – and covering 75 percent of the cars, minivans and SUVs on the road today – the Goodyear Assurance MaxLife also boasts a variety of stability-enhancing features. The Goodyear Assurance MaxLife is the latest addition to Goodyear’s Assurance family of tires. Since 2004, Goodyear has put more than 60 million Assurance tires on the road to make it one of the most successful product lines in the history of the tire industry. I am just months away from the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime’s OEM Bridgestone’s needing replacements and this one is high on my short list. Your thoughts and experience are as always welcome.