Firestone Multihawk 2

The Firestone Multihawk 2 is a Premium Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

This tyre replaced the Firestone Multihawk.

Tyre Reviews

Dry Grip 87%
Wet Grip 60%
Road Feedback 53%
Handling 85%
Wear 57%
Comfort 57%
Buy again 67%

Tyre review data from 4 tyre reviews averaging 66% over 60,000 miles driven.

The Multihawk 2 is ranked 100th of 119 Summer Premium Touring tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2018 ADAC Summer Tyre Test - 175/65 R14 - 12th of 14 tyres

  • Positive - Very good in the dry, quiet
  • Negative - High fuel consumption, weak in the wet
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Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
155/65 R13 73T   E C 69 4.90kgs
165/65 R13 77T   E C 69 5.34kgs
175/65 R13 80T   E C 69 5.65kgs
145/70 R13 71T   E C 69 4.68kgs
155/70 R13 75T   E C 69 5.12kgs
165/70 R13 79T   E C 69 5.70kgs
175/70 R13 82T   E C 69 6.06kgs
135/80 R13 70T   E C 69 4.81kgs
145/80 R13 75T   E C 69 4.72kgs
155/80 R13 79T   E C 69 5.38kgs
185/55 R14 80H   E C 69 6.10kgs
165/60 R14 75H   E C 69 5.54kgs
165/60 R14 75T   E C 69 5.50kgs
185/60 R14 82T   E C 70 6.10kgs
185/60 R14 82H   E C 70 6.08kgs
155/65 R14 75T   E C 69 5.29kgs
165/65 R14 79T   E C 69 5.78kgs
175/65 R14 86T XL   E C 69 6.23kgs
175/65 R14 82T   E C 69 6.43kgs
185/65 R14 86H   E C 69 6.32kgs
185/65 R14 86T   E C 69 6.32kgs
165/70 R14 81T   E C 69 5.81kgs
165/70 R14 85T XL   E C 69 5.81kgs
175/70 R14 88T XL   E C 69 6.01kgs
175/70 R14 84T   E C 69 6.01kgs
185/70 R14 88T   E C 69 7.01kgs
195/70 R14 91T   E C 69 7.26kgs
175/80 R14 88H   E C 69 7.17kgs
175/80 R14 88T   E C 69 7.18kgs
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Multihawk 2 Prices

Size Price Range  
155/65 R14 £42.70 - £58.79 (12 Prices) Compare Prices >>
165/65 R13 £42.90 - £81.70 (16 Prices) Compare Prices >>
Available in 22 tyre sizes - View all.

Top 3 Firestone Multihawk 2 Reviews

Given 75% while driving a BMW 330 (195/65 R15) on mostly country roads for 10,000 easy going miles
I had the original Multihawk, and now the Multihawk 2. Seems much the same, which isn't a bad thing. Good all round tyre, nice price.
55 - tyre reviewed on January 5, 2016   
Given 76% while driving a Ford Focus RS (165/65 R13) on mostly country roads for 20,000 spirited miles
These are excellent dry grip tyres! Compared to other tyres on the market these hold the road well in wet and dry.
6 - tyre reviewed on May 8, 2019   
Given 57% while driving a Fiat Punto 1.2 8v (225/45 R17) on mostly country roads for 25,000 spirited miles
Overall pretty good tire especially on dry roads. Pretty bad on wet, car understeers pretty much everytime, one of the worst tires on the wet that i drove. Wear is pretty good. If you want a great tire on dry this one is for you if you live in non rainy areas.
1 - tyre reviewed on May 20, 2020   
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Latest Firestone Multihawk 2 Reviews

Citro├źn (155/65 R14 T) on mostly town for 5,000 miles
Have these fitted at the front by the previous owner. I was pretty happy by the fact they were a mainstream brand compared to the cheap fitted at the back. Got the car at the peak of summer, so grip wasn't an issue as virtually any decent summer tire will do its job. Lateral grip was very good in the dry but barely screeched on the limit, so it was hard to tell when it was about to give away. Every blue moon, I would feel the ABS slightly kick in when coming slowly to a stop. At first I thought it was the ABS starting to act up or something else. Not until the rain came and the roads were wet.. I've met the devil. I struggled to hold the car down at the road abouts. Corners where I usually would blast off, was driving like a snail. I could feel the tires trying to break away at the easiest turns and slipping as I accelerated out of the side roads. A 68hp car spinning wheels? How's that possible? Bad tires that is. Luckily the car's tires are slim therefore it has naturally a very good longitudinal grip, so braking wasn't a massive issue. The tires barely have 5000 miles with plenty of thread but nothing special. Has signs of cosmetic cracks and the side blocks determination.
0 - tyre reviewed on October 8, 2020