The BFGoodrich Advantage T/A touring tire follows in the line of the company’s T/A Radial tires that provide high performance, good looks and a long tread life. The Advantage T/A has an aggressive looking tread, but it is what’s on the inside that makes this such a popular tire for sport coupes and sedans.
The tire features a symmetrical tread design with a silica enhanced compound. Combined with BFG’s new g-Grip interlocking sipes, you have a tire with high performance handling and excellent traction on both dry and wet pavement. Circumferential grooves and more rigid shoulder blocks enhance wet traction, while also increasing lateral stability and control.
Inside the tire you’ll find twin steel belts and BFGoodrich’s ETEC system (Equal Tension Containment System) for better strength and durability, as well as improved ride comfort. Overall, there’s a lot to like about the BFG Advantage T/A tire. It rides and performs very well, and also comes with a 60,000 mile tread wear guarantee.
Prices on the Advantage T/A range from around $75 for the 15 inch series tires to approximately $150 for the larger 18 inch series.
Who Are BFG Advantage T/A Tires Designed For?
BFGoodrich has designed the Advantage TA for various types of sport coupes and sedans for drivers who are seeking a touring performance tire that handles well in all seasons, while also providing a comfortable ride as well.
BF Goodrich Advantage T/A Tire Sizes
- Dry pavement traction and handling are very good
- Tires does well on wet roads
- Smooth and comfortable ride
- Excellent tread wear
- Some have complained of road noise
BFGoodrich Tires warrants the tread life on the Advantage TA for 6-years or 60,000 miles. There is also a one-year or first 2/32 inch of wear guarantee on the tire’s uniformity.
Materials and workmanship is backed for 6-years as well and includes free tire replacement during the first year or first 25% of wear. They follow this up with a prorated amount for the remaining time period or until there is just 2/32 inch of useable tread left on the tire.