The Fuzion HRI is a High Performance All-Season tire that places #9 out of 21 other tires in overall performance according to a survey of consumers at a major tire retailer.
That’s not too bad considering it beat out Pirelli, Goodyear, Firestone, Yokohama, Kumho and Dunlop. To be fair, Dunlop and Yokohama do have other tires in the same survey that do out rank the HRi’s.
While initially appearing somewhat directional, the Fuzion HRi tread design is asymmetric, allowing it to be mounted on either side of the vehicle.
How do most users feel about the Fuzion HRi?
Most user feedback for the HRi was positive and users felt like they got their money’s worth.
Who makes Fuzion Tires?
- Speed rating H
- Treadwear warranty 40000 miles or 5 years
- UTQG treadwear 400
- UTQG traction A
- UTQG temperature A
Buy or No Buy?
This is a decent tire at a decent price. There are better tires in this category but at a higher cost. If you got a car you’re going to dump soon, this is probably the tire I’d go with. If you’re looking for something a little better then checkout the Fuzion ZRi or VRi .
In September, 2006, I bought a 1997 Honda Accord with 163000 miles on it and it came with a set of brand new Fuzuion HRI. This car now has over 223000
In September, 2006, I bought a 1997 Honda Accord with 163000 miles on it and it came with a set of brand new Fuzuion HRI. This car now has over 223000 miles on it and the tires look like they could go another 10000 (yes, that's 60000 miles currently on them).
I purchased 4 Fuzion Tires 205/60 R16 in June 2011 had them balance & wheel alignment done. I've had them for 18 months & they didn't pass inspection
I purchased 4 Fuzion Tires 205/60 R16 in June 2011 had them balance & wheel alignment done. I've had them for 18 months & they didn't pass inspection in December 2012 because of 1/3 Tread I've only driven on the for 18,000 miles went back to purchaser & was told I needed to have a wheel alignment that's why tires wore down how often do u need a wheel alignment on tires I've only had for 18 months I was not offered for them to be replaced or prorated I was told I had to buy new tires. Who can I complain to have this issue resolved???
Response: The alignment should have still been in the ballpark as long as no parts had wornout, such as tierod end or balljoint. I\'d complain to upper management and see if they\'ll prorate them or some other kind of credit.