N/A 39
What people think:
Comfort Dry Performance Wet Performance Treadwear
What we think:
CONFIDENCE LUXURY VEHICLES SUV TREADLIFE SAFETY COMFORT
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Popularity of the model 39:
  • Year of manufacture.
  • The premium brand factor .
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  • The number of times the tire was involved in professional tire tests.
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Value, average: 27

Key Facts

  • Official web page
  • This tire replaced Bridgestone / Dueler H/P Sport
  • This tire has run-flat model:
  • Available Sizes in Line: 122
  • Original Equipment (OE) tires for:
    • • Audi e-tron [2019 .. 2023]
    • • Toyota C-HR Facelift [2019 .. 2023]
    • • Volkswagen Touareg
    • • Volkswagen Tiguan
    • • Nissan X-Trail
    • • BMW X3
    • • BMW X4
    • • BMW X5
    • • Audi Q3
    • • Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class
    • • Toyota Corolla Cross XG10 [2020 .. 2023]
    • • Jeep Commander XK/XH [2005 .. 2010]
    • • Daihatsu Terios
    • • Infiniti QX50
    • • Toyota Rush
    • • Nissan Ariya [2020 .. 2023]
    • • Subaru Solterra EA10 [2022 .. 2023]
    • • Mazda CX-60 KH [2022 .. 2023]
    • • Lexus RX AL20 Facelift [2019 .. 2024]
    • • Honda ZR-V RZ [2022 .. 2024]
    • • Lexus RX AL30 [2022 .. 2024]
    • • Mazda CX-60 KH [2022 .. 2024]
    • • Toyota bZ4X EA10 [2022 .. 2024]
    • • Toyota Century [2017 .. 2024]
    • • Lexus RZ [2023 .. 2025]
  • Year Released: 2017
  • Regions for sale: North America, Central & South America, Europe, Russia+, East Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, North Africa, Oceania
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Summary

We spent several hours reading reviews from experts and tire owners. In summary, this is what people think about Bridgestone Alenza 001. You can agree with these conclusions by voting for any item:

Reasons to buy vote if agree

– The tire's price is considered by many as well worth it for the performance.
– The drivers say this is an outstanding all-season tire with great wet traction and hydroplaning resistance.
– The tire offered a comfortable and quiet ride, according to the reviewers.
– Some owners mentioned that the tires had great mileage.

Reasons not to buy

– There were consumers who said that the tire is a bit noisy.
– The tire is slightly expensive, according to the reviewers.

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Popular Vehicle Fitments :: Bridgestone Alenza 001

  • • BMW X5
  • • BMW X3
  • • Porsche Cayenne
  • • Lexus RX
  • • Audi Q5
  • • Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class
Bridgestone Alenza 001



Description

The Bridgestone Alenza 001 is a premium summer tire tailored for light trucks and SUVs, specifically geared towards street/sport performance. Introduced in 2017, this tire is known for enhancing the driving dynamics of luxury SUVs, ensuring confidence and comfort on both wet and dry roads. It replaces the Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport, offering advancements in tread technology and performance.

Features & Benefits

  • Enhanced Braking Performance: Provides superior stopping power under various conditions.
  • Long Tread Life: Engineered for durability, the Alenza 001 offers an extended wear life.
  • Improved Grip: Delivers robust traction on both wet and dry surfaces, ensuring safety and stability.
  • Optimal Comfort: Designed to maximize riding comfort, minimizing road noise and vibrations.
  • Exceptional Steering Performance: Offers precise and responsive steering, enhancing the handling capabilities of SUVs.

Technologies

  • NanoPro-Tech: Optimizes the molecular compatibility of polymers and fillers in the rubber compound, improving the material properties and reducing rolling resistance.
  • Ultimate Eye Technology: Employs digital visualization to analyze contact patch behavior, optimizing the tire’s internal structure and tread design for superior braking performance.

Year Released

Bridgestone launched the Alenza 001 in 2017 as a new milestone in its tire lineup, targeting the growing market for city SUVs that demand high-performance summer tires.

Regions Availability

The Alenza 001 is available across a broad geographic scope, including North America, Central & South America, Europe, Russia, East Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, and Oceania, catering to a diverse array of vehicle standards and driving conditions.

Vehicle Compatibility / Popular Vehicle Fitments

  • BMW X3
  • BMW X5
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Lexus RX
  • Audi Q5
  • Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class

Note: Always consult with a tire specialist or the vehicle's manufacturer to ensure correct tire fitment.

Final Thoughts

The Bridgestone Alenza 001 stands out in the summer tire category for SUVs and light trucks by combining sporty performance with the practicality needed for daily driving. Its technological enhancements not only extend its life but also improve safety and driving comfort, making it a preferred choice for drivers seeking a blend of luxury and performance.


Bridgestone Alenza 001 Latest Reviews

15 June, 2024 05:17 by Leonard Jackson
4
Less than 6 months
City / Highway
Recommend
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Wet Performance
Smooth and quiet ride, sporty tread design, and reliable grip in various conditions.
What is bad?
Haven't found any major drawbacks yet, but I’ll keep an eye on how they wear over time.
Comments
I’ve been running these tires on my Porsche for a couple of months now, mainly in city traffic. The ride is impressively smooth, way quieter than I expected. The handling is solid, no issues in dry or wet conditions so far. The tread pattern looks quite sporty, which is a nice touch. They grip the road well, giving me confidence during those quick maneuvers in traffic. Haven't put a ton of miles on them yet, but they seem to be holding up just fine.
12 June, 2024 14:47 by Matthew
5
More than 6 months
City / Highway
Recommend
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Treadwear
Wet Performance
I've had these tires on my BMW X3 for over six months now, and they've been fantastic. The ride is incredibly smooth and comfortable, making both city and highway driving a pleasure. I noticed a significant reduction in road noise compared to my old tires. The handling is top-notch, providing excellent grip and stability in both dry and wet conditions. The tread wear has been minimal, which is a huge plus for me since I drive a lot. Overall, I'm extremely satisfied with these tires.
The tires offer a smooth and quiet ride, handle exceptionally well in all conditions, and show minimal tread wear even after extensive use.
What is bad?
I haven't encountered any significant issues so far, but I'll continue to monitor their performance over time.
7 April, 2024 21:36 by James
3
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is good?
Comfort
When they're good, they’re good – handling is fine, and they’re pretty comfortable.
What is bad?
Treadwear
Man, these tires have been on my Land Rover for over a year now. Initially, they felt a bit off-balance, especially in the mornings... Took 'em back to the shop, and they said everything was fine. So, I just figured they might get out of round from sitting. They are my daily drivers, so they don’t sit for long. After about a year, during an oil change, the shop said I'd need new tires soon. I was like, really? But sure enough, the wear indicators were showing wear... less than 13k miles on them. A couple of them are at 5/32, others even lower. They wore evenly, but faster than I'd like. I rotate 'em every oil change, so it’s frustrating.
They wear too fast for my liking, and the balance issue at first was annoying.

Detailed Information

Type and Size
Tire Model
Bridgestone / Alenza 001
Car Type
Season
Summer
Rim Diameter
16 / 17 / 18 / 19 / 20 / 21 / 22 "
Width
215 / 225 / 235 / 245 / 255 / 265 / 275 / 285 / 295 / 305 / 315 mm
Aspect Ratio
35 / 40 / 45 / 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
Optional
Speed and Load
Speed Index
H (max 130 mph) ... Y (max 186 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

Bridgestone / Alenza 001 Sizes & Specifications

Rim Model Size Index Features Tread depth Load range Sidewall styling Tire weight Overall diameter Price
R16 215/65 R16 98H 215/65 R16 98H
R16 215/65 R16 102S XL 215/65 R16 102S XL XL
R16 235/60 R16 100H 235/60 R16 100H
R17 215/60 R17 96H 215/60 R17 96H
R17 215/60 R17 98W 215/60 R17 98W
R17 215/70 R17 101H 215/70 R17 101H
R17 225/55 R17 97W 225/55 R17 97W
R17 225/60 R17 99V 225/60 R17 99V
R17 225/60 R17 106V 225/60 R17 106V
R17 225/65 R17 102H 225/65 R17 102H
R17 225/65 R17 102V 225/65 R17 102V
R17 235/55 R17 99V 235/55 R17 99V
R17 235/60 R17 106H XL 235/60 R17 106H XL XL
R17 235/65 R17 108V XL 235/65 R17 108V XL XL
R17 255/60 R17 106V 255/60 R17 106V
R17 255/60 R17 106Y 255/60 R17 106Y
R17 285/65 R17 116V 285/65 R17 116V
R18 215/55 R18 99V XL 215/55 R18 99V XL XL
R18 225/50 R18 95V 225/50 R18 95V
R18 225/55 R18 98V 225/55 R18 98V
R18 225/55 R18 110V 225/55 R18 110V
R18 225/60 R18 100H 225/60 R18 100H
R18 225/60 R18 104W 225/60 R18 104W
R18 225/60 R18 112H 225/60 R18 112H
R18 235/50 R18 97V 235/50 R18 97V
R18 235/55 R18 100V 235/55 R18 100V
R18 235/55 R18 100W 235/55 R18 100W
R18 235/55 R18 104V XL 235/55 R18 104V XL XL
R18 235/60 R18 103H 235/60 R18 103H
R18 235/60 R18 103W 235/60 R18 103W
R18 235/60 R18 107W XL 235/60 R18 107W XL XL
R18 235/65 R18 106V 235/65 R18 106V
R18 245/60 R18 105H 245/60 R18 105H
R18 255/55 R18 98V 255/55 R18 98V
R18 255/55 R18 109W 255/55 R18 109W
R18 255/55 R18 109W XL 255/55 R18 109W XL XL
R18 255/55 R18 109Y XL 255/55 R18 109Y XL XL
R18 255/60 R18 108W 255/60 R18 108W
R18 255/60 R18 112V XL 255/60 R18 112V XL XL
R18 265/60 R18 110V 265/60 R18 110V
R18 275/60 R18 113V 275/60 R18 113V
R18 285/60 R18 106V 285/60 R18 106V
R18 285/60 R18 116V XL 285/60 R18 116V XL XL
R19 225/55 R19 99V 225/55 R19 99V
R19 225/55 R19 110V 225/55 R19 110V
R19 235/50 R19 99V 235/50 R19 99V
R19 235/50 R19 99W 235/50 R19 99W
R19 235/55 R19 101V 235/55 R19 101V
R19 235/55 R19 101W 235/55 R19 101W
R19 235/65 R19 109V 235/65 R19 109V
R19 245/45 R19 102V XL 245/45 R19 102V XL XL
R19 245/50 R19 105W 245/50 R19 105W
R19 245/50 R19 105W XL 245/50 R19 105W XL XL
R19 245/55 R19 103V 245/55 R19 103V
R19 255/45 R19 100V 255/45 R19 100V
R19 255/50 R19 107Y XL 255/50 R19 107Y XL XL
R19 255/55 R19 107W 255/55 R19 107W
R19 255/55 R19 111H XL 255/55 R19 111H XL XL
R19 265/50 R19 110W 265/50 R19 110W
R19 265/50 R19 110W XL 265/50 R19 110W XL XL
R19 265/50 R19 110Y XL 265/50 R19 110Y XL XL
R19 275/45 R19 108V 275/45 R19 108V
R19 275/45 R19 108Y XL 275/45 R19 108Y XL XL
R19 275/55 R19 111H 275/55 R19 111H
R19 275/55 R19 111V 275/55 R19 111V
R19 285/45 R19 111W XL 285/45 R19 111W XL XL
R20 225/45 R20 101W 225/45 R20 101W
R20 235/45 R20 96W 235/45 R20 96W
R20 235/50 R20 100V 235/50 R20 100V
R20 235/50 R20 100W 235/50 R20 100W
R20 235/50 R20 104V XL 235/50 R20 104V XL XL
R20 235/55 R20 102V 235/55 R20 102V
R20 235/60 R20 108H 235/60 R20 108H
R20 235/60 R20 108H XL 235/60 R20 108H XL XL
R20 245/45 R20 99V 245/45 R20 99V
R20 245/45 R20 103W 245/45 R20 103W
R20 245/45 R20 103W XL 245/45 R20 103W XL XL
R20 245/50 R20 102V 245/50 R20 102V
R20 255/40 R20 101W XL 255/40 R20 101W XL XL
R20 255/45 R20 101W 255/45 R20 101W
R20 255/50 R20 109H XL 255/50 R20 109H XL XL
R20 255/50 R20 109V XL 255/50 R20 109V XL XL
R20 255/55 R20 110Y 255/55 R20 110Y
R20 265/45 R20 104Y 265/45 R20 104Y
R20 265/50 R20 111V XL 265/50 R20 111V XL XL
R20 275/40 R20 106W 275/40 R20 106W
R20 275/40 R20 106Y XL 275/40 R20 106Y XL XL
R20 275/45 R20 110Y 275/45 R20 110Y
R20 275/45 R20 110Y XL 275/45 R20 110Y XL XL
R20 275/50 R20 109W 275/50 R20 109W
R20 275/50 R20 113W 275/50 R20 113W
R20 275/55 R20 113V 275/55 R20 113V
R20 275/60 R20 114H 275/60 R20 114H
R20 275/60 R20 115H 275/60 R20 115H
R20 285/45 R20 108W 285/45 R20 108W
R20 285/45 R20 112H XL 285/45 R20 112H XL XL
R20 285/50 R20 112V 285/50 R20 112V
R20 295/40 R20 110Y XL 295/40 R20 110Y XL XL
R20 295/45 R20 114W XL 295/45 R20 114W XL XL
R20 305/40 R20 112Y 305/40 R20 112Y
R20 305/40 R20 112Y XL 305/40 R20 112Y XL XL
R20 315/35 R20 110Y XL 315/35 R20 110Y XL XL
R21 235/50 R21 101W 235/50 R21 101W
R21 245/40 R21 100Y 245/40 R21 100Y
R21 255/50 R21 109Y XL 255/50 R21 109Y XL XL
R21 265/45 R21 104W 265/45 R21 104W
R21 265/45 R21 108H XL 265/45 R21 108H XL XL
R21 275/35 R21 103Y 275/35 R21 103Y
R21 275/40 R21 107Y 275/40 R21 107Y
R21 275/40 R21 107Y XL 275/40 R21 107Y XL XL
R21 275/45 R21 110W XL 275/45 R21 110W XL XL
R21 275/50 R21 113V XL 275/50 R21 113V XL XL
R21 285/40 R21 109H 285/40 R21 109H
R21 285/40 R21 109H XL 285/40 R21 109H XL XL
R21 285/40 R21 109Y XL 285/40 R21 109Y XL XL
R21 295/35 R21 107Y XL 295/35 R21 107Y XL XL
R21 315/35 R21 111Y 315/35 R21 111Y
R22 265/35 R22 102W 265/35 R22 102W
R22 275/40 R22 107Y XL 275/40 R22 107Y XL XL
R22 275/50 R22 111H 275/50 R22 111H
R22 285/35 R22 106W 285/35 R22 106W
R22 285/45 R22 110H 285/45 R22 110H

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15 June, 2024 05:17 by Leonard Jackson
4
Less than 6 months
City / Highway
Recommend
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Wet Performance
Smooth and quiet ride, sporty tread design, and reliable grip in various conditions.
What is bad?
Haven't found any major drawbacks yet, but I’ll keep an eye on how they wear over time.
Comments
I’ve been running these tires on my Porsche for a couple of months now, mainly in city traffic. The ride is impressively smooth, way quieter than I expected. The handling is solid, no issues in dry or wet conditions so far. The tread pattern looks quite sporty, which is a nice touch. They grip the road well, giving me confidence during those quick maneuvers in traffic. Haven't put a ton of miles on them yet, but they seem to be holding up just fine.
12 June, 2024 14:47 by Matthew
5
More than 6 months
City / Highway
Recommend
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Treadwear
Wet Performance
I've had these tires on my BMW X3 for over six months now, and they've been fantastic. The ride is incredibly smooth and comfortable, making both city and highway driving a pleasure. I noticed a significant reduction in road noise compared to my old tires. The handling is top-notch, providing excellent grip and stability in both dry and wet conditions. The tread wear has been minimal, which is a huge plus for me since I drive a lot. Overall, I'm extremely satisfied with these tires.
The tires offer a smooth and quiet ride, handle exceptionally well in all conditions, and show minimal tread wear even after extensive use.
What is bad?
I haven't encountered any significant issues so far, but I'll continue to monitor their performance over time.
7 April, 2024 21:36 by James
3
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is good?
Comfort
When they're good, they’re good – handling is fine, and they’re pretty comfortable.
What is bad?
Treadwear
Man, these tires have been on my Land Rover for over a year now. Initially, they felt a bit off-balance, especially in the mornings... Took 'em back to the shop, and they said everything was fine. So, I just figured they might get out of round from sitting. They are my daily drivers, so they don’t sit for long. After about a year, during an oil change, the shop said I'd need new tires soon. I was like, really? But sure enough, the wear indicators were showing wear... less than 13k miles on them. A couple of them are at 5/32, others even lower. They wore evenly, but faster than I'd like. I rotate 'em every oil change, so it’s frustrating.
They wear too fast for my liking, and the balance issue at first was annoying.

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Questions and Answers

  • Trefor 19 July, 2020 11:46
    How do I check if my Bridgestone Alenza tires are Run Flats??
  • Alex 19 July, 2020 12:30
    It should be written on the sidewall: rft or runflat