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Best Ford Fusion Tires

As one of the most affordable mid-size cars, the Ford has been around for several years now. With different performance options and wheel sizes available, there are a number of excellent tires that fit this model. Here's our list of the best tires for the Ford Fusion that are designed to fit one or all of the following fitments:

  • P205/60R16
  • P225/50R17
  • P225/45R18

All tires listed are designed to fit the Fusion Hybrid, S, SE, SEL and Sport models, and are not listed in any particular order. Any of these tires would make excellent choices.

Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus

For drivers looking for a smooth and comfortable ride, the Bridgestone Serenity Plus touring all-season tire is one of the best. This model provides solid year-round traction and handling on dry, wet and snow covered road surfaces while maintaining a very quiet ride. It's not just us saying it, reviews from other drivers say the same thing, this tire provides excellent performance. There's also an 80,000 mile tread warranty to top it off.

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Continental ExtremeContact DWS

If you're looking for a high-performance all-season tire that not only provides excellent dry, wet and snow traction, but also exceptional cornering grip and a comfortable ride quality, the DWS answers the call. This Continental tire has consistently been among the best in this class for more than a few years now. Expect to find low road noise to go with excellent treadwear. This is a tire for serious driving enthusiasts.

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Michelin Primacy MXM4

With an eye on green technology and higher fuel efficiency, the Primacy MXM4 is one of Michelin's highest performing Ford Fusion tires. Aside from using the latest in tire technology, this tire delivers confident touring all-season performance and the kind of ride comfort you would expect from Michelin. Treadlife is long lasting and backed with a 55,000 mile warranty.

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Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring

Goodyear adds a unique shock absorbent layer between the steel belts and tread on the ComforTred Touring, making it one of the most comfortable and quiet riding tires available for the Fusion today. Reviews from other drivers back up the all-season driving performance this tire provides, and with its longer lasting tread life, it's little wonder why it is one of the more popular choices in new tires for the Fusion.

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Cooper Zeon RS3-A

The RS3-A from Cooper is simply one of the best high-performance all-season tires you'll find. It delivers dry traction and cornering grip that make driving a lot of fun for more spirited drivers. At the same time though, the tire is comfortable and very quiet around town or on the highway. It comes in a wide variety of sizes and is priced lower than most tires in its class, making it a solid value in performance tires.

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Kumho Ecsta 4X KU22

Another excellent model in the Kumho lineup, the Ecsta 4X (KU22) sports high performance all-season traction to go with impressive steering response and cornering grip. The ride is very comfortable among tires in this class, and the tread life is longer lasting than you might expect. It's backed with a 40,000 mile warranty.

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Nitto Motivo

Nitto is well known for their high performance tires, and the Motivo is their newest all-season model that delivers just that. In fact, dry traction and cornering grip is comparable to a summer high performance tire. The steering is crisp and responsive, and stability at higher speeds is above average in this class. Expect to find a comfortable ride without a lot of road noise. There's also a 60,000 mile tread warranty, which is longer than most ultra-high performance tires.

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General Altimax HP

The Altimax HP from General delivers dependable traction on dry or wet pavement. Utilizing a twin cushion tread compound, it also provides a more comfortable ride on all types of road surfaces. Treadwear is excellent, making this tire a popular choice for drivers looking for year round performance at a lower cost.

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Yokohama Avid Envigor

Well balanced all-season traction and handling makes the Avid Envigor from Yokohama an excellent choice in new tires for any Fusion owner. You can expect more responsive steering and cornering grip on dry or wet pavement, as well as a comfortable ride. The treadlife is long lasting and backed with a 60,000 mile warranty.

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Barum Bravuris 2

The Bravuris 2 from Barum makes the list due in part to its high performance traction and handling to go with a much lower cost. It's one of the most affordable performance tires on the market today. Sporting an attractive tread design, this tire is also very quiet on the road, and comes with a 45,000 mile warranty.

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