Fuel Max™ Technology

FUEL MAX™ LHD G505D™ – The Most Fuel-Efficient Long Haul Drive Tire In
  • G392A SSD

    DuraSeal + Fuel Max

    G392A SSD DuraSeal+ Fuel Max (Drive)

    (Drive)

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  • G399A LHS

    Fuel Max

    G399A LHS Fuel Max (Steer)

    (Steer)

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  • G572A LHD

    Fuel Max

    G572A LHD Fuel Max (Drive)

    (Drive)

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  • Fuel Max G505D™ LHD

     

    G505D™ Fuel Max™ (Drive)

    (Drive)

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  • G394™ SST™

    DuraSeal + Fuel Max

    G394™ SST™

    (Trailer)

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  • Fuel Max™ LHS

     

    Fuel Max™ LHS

    (Steer)

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  • G316™ LHT™

    Fuel Max™

    G316 LHS featuring Fuel Max

    (Trailer)

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  • G662™ RSA™

    Fuel Max™

    G662 LHS featuring Fuel Max

    (Steer/All Position)

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Go Longer With Goodyear® Tires and Retreads Featuring Fuel Max Technology.

Saving fuel is at the top of any fleet's list. That's why Goodyear continually develops new SmartWay®-verified tire lines with reduced rolling resistance. Available in steer, drive and trail positions, Goodyear tires and retreads featuring Fuel Max Technology work together to help improve fuel efficiency, offer long tread life and reduce operating costs.

Each Fuel Max tire incorporates cool-running compounds and constructions to help lower rolling resistance, which improves miles per gallon for fuel savings you can apply straight to your bottom line.

Fuel Max Technology – one more reason to choose Goodyear.

*Average fuel savings per year, per truck, with Goodyear Fuel Max LHS 295/75R22.5 LR G & Fuel Max LHD G505D 295/75R22.5 LR G versus Michelin XZA3+ EVERTREAD 275/80R22.5 LR G & X Line Energy D 275/80R22.5 LR G were $1,300; Bridgestone R283 Ecopia 295/75R22.5 LR G & Bridgestone M710 Ecopia 295/75R22.5 LR G were $560; Continental HSL2 EcoPlus 275/80R22.5 LR H & EcoPlus HD3 295/75R22.5 LR G were $560. Fuel savings based on the projected savings of a single Class 8 tractor-trailer with 6.50 miles per gallon, traveling 120,000 miles per year, diesel fuel at $4.00/gallon, and changing 10 tires on the tractor. Class 8 tractor-trailer fuel. consumption was estimated using the U.S. EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Emission Model and ISO 28580 rolling resistance coeffi cient data. Actual results may vary depending on tire size, driving and road conditions, maintenance and operating conditions.