Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/AReviewer's Overall Rating: 8.85

2013 Ford Explorer
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Miles driven on tires: 2,500
Location: Ankara, Turkey, TU
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 2,500 Miles on Tires
February 23, 2014

Bought these for my wife's 2013 Explorer Limited. I had to drop down to the base 17" wheel size due to the lack of available snow tires in her 20" wheel size. I've used BF Goodrich on most of my 4x4 trucks and these are certainly the best road tire I've used! I live overseas where marble is used as an aggregate for the roads and these grip the road like no other tire I've used. It handles snow and ice with ease and even grips well in the mud.

The only down side is the road noise. It's not bad at all but you will hear them. After 2500 miles on them it hasn't changed much. Good trade in my opinion for a tire that you can feel confident driving on in bad weather.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli Scorpion ATR

Monday, March 3, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Pirelli Scorpion ATR Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.4
 
 

2011 Ford F150 XLT 4x4 Heavy-Duty
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Miles driven on tires: 66,786
Location: Cape May Court House, NJ
Driving Condition: Spirited
 

Initial Review, 66,786 Miles on Tires
February 19, 2014

I have a 2011 F-150 supercab 4x4 with the 5.0, i have the 275-55-20's. I got over 66,000 miles on these tires. They were awesome until about 45,000 miles then seemed to lose their traction in the rain. they are very quiet and resist punctures. I had them rotated every 5000 miles with my oil changes by the ford dealer. They are way better then the good years which are so loud they will give you a headache. they have outlasted any other tire i have ever owned. They are better then any other tire on dry pavement, but the BF Goodrich all terrain t/a's are much better in the sand and mud if you can take the noise. The only down fall is the price.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination A/T

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Firestone Destination A/TReviewer's Overall Rating: 8.73

2004 Toyota Tacoma 4wd Extra Cab
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Miles driven on tires: 37,000
Location: Hopewell Junction, NY
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 37,000 Miles on Tires
January 17, 2013

This is a really great tire. So good, i just bought a new truck, and immediately had its stock tires swapped out for these Destination A/Ts. I had 37,000 miles on them when I sold the truck, and they still had between 8/32" and 9/32" tread left. That's more than 50%! They would have easily lasted past 55k before i would have wanted to take them off. When they were new, they were excellent in the snow- recent snowfalls I can tell they're slipping a little, but still get the job done safetly. But hey, 37k on them, it's expected. I did a lot of highway driving with these tires, and they are smooth and quite. They did not affect my gas mileage, as some people have claimed. I drive in the sand a lot in the summer, and I've never gotten stuck once, even on a sandy uphill slope, from a dead stop, they pull you forward. I've owned a lot of mud tires in the past, including the Destination M/T. These A/Ts perform surprisingly well in all condition. They're no M/T, but they're pretty close. I recently considered going to the BF Goodrich all-terrain KOs, just to switch it up. I knew what to expect because I've owned them in the past, but I honestly believe that the Destination A/T is an equally effective tire in most normal conditions. I just couldnt bring myself to spend $80 more per tire for the BFs. The value for the Firestone is the best, in my opinion vs virtually every comparable tire out there. $145/ tire is great!!! I'm a tire fanatic, this is my second set of destination A/Ts and my 4th set of firestones. Highly recommended.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Monday, April 1, 2013 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.38
 
 

2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser
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Miles driven on tires: 77,000
Location: Fulton, NY
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 77,000 Miles on Tires
March 30, 2013

I have read other reviews that these tires tend to hydroplane, but they have never done so with me. I live in Central NY where we average 150 inches of snow a year and I have never even been close to being stuck and have pulled many others out of ditches. Granted I drive an FJ Cruiser with all the bells and whistles, but the tires get some credit. The noise level is surprisingly low. I don't even notice any noise, but maybe I'm used to it. The best thing about these tires is the wear great. I have over 77K miles on them and will probably get close to 80K by the time a change them out. I will definitely get another set. Before this vehicle I had a Nissan Xtera that also had BF Goodrich tires (not sure of model but were a less aggressive tire) that also got over 70K.

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.82
 
 

2002 Chevrolet Avalanche Z71 4wd
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Miles driven on tires: 25,000
Location: Hamburg, PA
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 25,000 Miles on Tires
March 07, 2013

I love this tire my truck had BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A on it when I put these tires on i was amazed with the tire noise was so much better ride was great will buy agian

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Thursday, February 28, 2013 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.93
 
 

1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
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Miles driven on tires: 3,000
Location: Germantown, OH
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 3,000 Miles on Tires
February 27, 2013

Now, I said probably not but them mainly because I would get the mud terrain brethern bf goodrich mud terrain ko. I think that the tires are amazing. They have wonderful traction in every condition on the road, and I try to drive as "spirited" as possible, giving the road conditions. They do provide a heavy duty resistance, curb hopping,driving through pot holes and poorly paved roads. My tie rods gave out before these tires with no gashes. My jeep has an absurd amount of road noise, but they are not from my tires! I would put these on my truck, and my tahoe, but not for a vehicle that regularly plays in the mud. Mud just gets trapped in the treads and it is like wheeling with slicks. They are all terrains an not mud terrains. for every instance on adn off road with out mud these tires are superb!

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A

Monday, December 24, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.45
 
 

2010 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab
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Miles driven on tires: 5,000
Location: Bluemont, VA
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 5,000 Miles on Tires
December 20, 2012

Bought these as replacements to the OEM rugged trails and the rugged terrains are so far, far superior. Wet and dry traction is superb on highway and I use my truck off road in the woods around the house to tow a firewood trailer, cross horse pastures, and travel plenty of dirt/gravel country roads. I would say the truck is actually smoother with these on vs the R Trails's and possibly even quieter, but that might be due to the mileage on the R trails which I replaced at 30K. I did not want to venture the winter with the remaining tread on those. We should be getting some light to mod snow around Christmas and am looking forward to seeing how the Rugged Terrains do in the white stuff. And we'll be taking the tacoma down the OBX again this summer and i'll get to test these in the sand. The R Trail's managed OK this past trip to the beach, even allowing us to pull out a stuck Tacoma & a range rover, but I think that was mainly due to the Tacoma's 4 wheel drive systems. But the perfect application should come in September when I need to drive the truck from the east coast to Colorado and then up into the mountains for an Elk hunting trip. BTW, at 70 mph on the interstate, these tires run very smooth and quiet with no vibration or chatter...If your experiencing this I would take them back to the shop for a re-balance and get your shocks and alignment checked, its not the tires, unless in the very rare case you got one with a broken radial, which I have experienced with another Brand, but not with BF Goodrich. I hope Michelin lets BF G continue to put out the quality they have in the past... I used to run BFG AT's on my old truck and never had a problem at all, but since I'm now using this truck as a commuter and weekend off roader, the rugged terrains seems to be the perfect solution so far.

 

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin Cross Terrain SUV

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Michelin Cross Terrain SUVReviewer's Overall Rating: 9.93

2010 Honda Pilot
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Miles driven on tires: 10,000
Location: Hampton, NH
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 10,000 Miles on Tires
December 02, 2012

Michelin tires are the best you can put on your vehicle. I own many truck/suvs and always switched to Michelins they are a true round tire that has great road manners. I think other customers that have trouble with these tires probably have mechanicle/alignment problems. Previous Michelin tires I have put 80,000 miles on them,there is no comparison.I also like BF Goodrich and some Goodyears but i havent got as many miles out of those tires.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Friday, October 12, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KOReviewer's Overall Rating: 8.38

2009 Ford Ranger FX4
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Miles driven on tires: 100
Location: Hartville, OH
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 100 Miles on Tires
October 12, 2012

After researching for months and months, I had narrowed my tire choices down to two. The Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor and the BF Goodrich All Terrain K/O. The Goodyear's were a lot better priced than the BFG's and I really liked the sidewall design. However, I had heard from friends/co-workers that the Goodyear's balance out and ride nicely for the first 5,000 miles or so and then become very shaky and noisy from there on out. Although I know not to expect a perfectly quiet ride from aggressive treaded tires, I have a hard time tolerating excessive road noise and imbalance from a set of very, very expensive tires. So, I started looking into the BFG's more closely. I LOVE the fat, white letter walls...always have. I had a set of these on my '95 Cherokee and really enjoyed them. Although at the time, the Goodyear's were $150 cheaper, I decided to go with the BFG's. Boy am I glad about my decision! My 2009 Ford Ranger FX4 originally came with P255/70/R16 tires, but I wanted to upgrade to a larger tire to fill the wheel wells. I decided to go with a LT 265/75/R16. I mounted and balanced them at the car dealership where I work. They all balanced out with less than 2.00 oz of weight. After putting them on the truck for the first time, I couldn't help but grin. They look absolutely stunning. The truck sits higher, and has a very aggressive stance. Even though it's a LT tire, the truck rides only a slight bit rougher, but still very tolerable. The road noise is nearly non-existent, only a slight (almost peaceful haha) hum from the fresh rubber. I am very satisfied with my purchase and plan to keep writing reviews throughout the life of the tire. I hope to get many miles out of these tires! I hope this helps any of you who are thinking about getting a set of these....Do it!!!

Andy

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A

Monday, February 20, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/AReviewer's Overall Rating: 8.86

2009 Toyota Tundra Regular Cab
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Miles driven on tires: 1,000
Location: Hampton, NJ
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 1,000 Miles on Tires
February 18, 2012

I haven't had these tires too long, and not in snow yet, but they're designed for mud and snow, so I'm not concerned. The great news is they drive GREAT on the Tundra. I had the OEM tires from Michelin before this and cornering was awful, plus tire grip even on dry pavement was not good. The ride was uncomfortable. The BF Goodrich are 180 degrees from there. The ride is VERY comfortable, it handles corners like a champ with terrific confidence. A little more noise, to be expected from a more aggressive tread, but the Tundra is real quiet inside anyway. An overall GREAT tire, I wish I had switched months ago. My truck is now fun to drive, reminds me of my old Tacoma 4x4 with big bouncy tires, except I have 381HP and more cabin space. ;-)

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

Tuesday, February 14, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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General Grabber AT 2Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8

2001 Jeep Wrangler Sahara
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Miles driven on tires: 5500
Location: St Louis, MO
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 5500 Miles on Tires
February 05, 2012

Tire shopping is never fun - particularly if you do your homework and lots of comparison shopping. If you're like me, you hate the prospect of feeling ripped off for 15-30,000 miles. Please recognize that for road manners- road noise, wet/dry traction and braking on asphalt- an All Terrain tire wont' compare favorably with a road specific tire. I was looking for a tire with good off-road capability and acceptable on-road behavior. I was steered to the General Grabber A/T by the local non-OEM off-road store based on it being a popular model with other jeepers who do both on and off-road driving. In fact, a seriously lifted jeep was getting 35' tires in this size the same day I bought mine. I picked these in 31' based on past positive experience with General ti and very similar tread design to BF Goodrich's A/T tire. I was prepared for some compromises in ride quality or noise. I'm pleased to report that they've been excellent. Road noise is unchanged vs my tired Pirelli A/Ts. Predictable on the highway, they track very well without any wandering and presently are perfectly balanced up to 80+MPH. I find them confidence inspiring in rain.The day I got them I drove 250 miles in midwest cyclone conditions with heavy rain and winds buffeting my Jeep from all directions as I proceeded south. What a relief to be running on solid tires with some serious tread! Offroad: I've run them a total of about 20 hours off road now aired down to 15 PSI and they've been fabulous- good on roots and rocky terrain and getting me up the incline that formerlhy required a winch while running worn tires in the past. With 5,000 miles on them no flaws have emerged. Road manners remain good and there has been no visible wear. Whitewalls are a bit scuffed. I will say that they clog quickly in mud- but you'll find that is true for any non Mud Terrain M/T tire so disregard other's comments on that point with respect to any All Terrain tire. If that's an issue, buy M/T's! I would buy them again!

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO

Thursday, January 5, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KOReviewer's Overall Rating: 9.27

1991 Isuzu Trooper
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Miles driven on tires: 65000
Location: Ridgewood, NJ
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 65000 Miles on Tires
December 26, 2011

These tires are astonishingly good. They are everything an SUV tire should be. I put 65,000 miles on mine and they were probably good for another 15-20K. I drove them in 14+ inch blizzards, on sand in 100-degree heat and on potholed urban pavement and they never let me down. The only small trade-off for all this excellence is that they are a bit on the noisy side, which almost an unfair criticism for an all-terrain tire. BF Goodrich really hit one out of the park with this one.

BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A: Highway All-Season or All-Terrain?

Thursday, December 8, 2011 by Hunter Leffel
BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/AThe new BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A is built for adventure. 

It has been classified as a Highway All-Season tire, however its tread pattern may suggest it belongs in a category with all-terrain tires. The goal was to create a versatile and capable tire unlike anything else in the marketplace. While having rugged off-road appeal, the use of innovative tread design elements provides a comfortable and quiet ride. The Rugged Terrain T/A fills the gap between a purely on-road tire and those targeting the off-road trail. This bold design is no poser, with its wrap around rugged tread you'll have ample capability for those few times you go off-road. 

The tire features a tread compound designed to resist cut and chips from gravel. Rubber reinforcement pads are employed to push lodged stones out of the tread, preventing stone drilling. Wet traction was an area of intense focus for BFGoodrich during the design process and you will notice they succeeded by creating two wide circumferential grooves that reduce hydroplaning, while a new rubber compound delivers improved overall wet traction.

Not any less important than rugged good looks and wet traction are comfort and noise. BFGoodrich put their computers to work by creating jagged edge grooves in each set of these BF Goodrich tires that help trap noise. The Rugged Terrain T/A also features a 50,000 mile limited treadlife warranty.

Looking for BF Goodrich reviews on this tire? Take a look at what other consumers are saying about their experience with the Rugged Terrain T/A in our Consumer Reviews.

What Truck Tires Are Best in Snow?

Thursday, December 1, 2011 by Alex Mouroulis
Many SUV and truck owners need excellent snow and ice traction. In some cases, it's not practical to have a dedicated set of winter / snow tires, therefore I'd like to showcase a few tires that perform well during all seasons while maintaining great snow traction. Each snow tire, as well as the following all weather options from BFGoodrich, General and Goodyear are marked with a mountain/snowflake symbol. To learn more about the mountain/snowflake symbol, read "How to Confirm a Winter Performer."

BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO
BFGoodrich All-Terrain
T/A KO
General Grabber AT 2
General Grabber
AT 2
Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor
Goodyear Wrangler
SilentArmor

Take a look at what customers are saying about their experience with these On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires:

"I have put 80,000+ on this set of BFGs and they are still going strong. I had a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee before and I put 93,000 on those. I live in Michigan and I hardly use my four-wheel drive in the winter. I tow a 16 foot enclosed trailer, my friends 21 foot boat sometimes. Deep snow, slush, mud and sand are not a problem. These tires respond very well to the load and handle them with ease. The rim protector is great for protecting your rims from curbs. The trick to getting the mileage out of theses tires is to rotate them every 5,000-6,000 miles. I do plan on buying another set here once mine wear out. As the saying goes 'Why mess with something that works?' These tires have been proven through the years on-road and off-road.
" -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2003 Dodge Durango 4WD (BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO)
How to Confirm a Winter Performer
"I originally bought these when I had a selectable 4WD Explorer and never had to use 4WD during the winter and always had excellent traction. Now I have them on an AWD Explorer and they make the AWD traction, in any weather, insanely good. There is some tire noise which is expected and personally doesn't bother me at all. Advice on these tires, have them rotated and balanced every 5,000 miles to keep the treadwear even and these tires will last a long time. The tires also made my SUV look more aggressive compared to the previous tires that were on it, and have had a few people comment on them." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2000 Ford Explorer (General Grabber AT 2)

"I had a set of these on my 2004 2500 Silverado. They were the best tires I've ever had. I literally got 65,000 miles out of them and NEVER had a flat. Mine are 10 plys but I drive in absolutely miserable conditions. Frequently on scrap steel sites which destroyed other tires. Frequently towing heavy loads. Frequently overloaded. Driving on mountain roads. These are more expensive than other 10 plys out there in the same size range but I will stick with the Wrangler SA. They are worth it." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2004 Chevrolet Silverado C2500HD Crew (Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor)

If you decide to buy BF Goodrich tires, Goodyears or Generals this winter, be sure to look for that mountain/snowflake symbol!

BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO

Friday, August 27, 2010 by Steve Huffman
Last week I spoke with a customer who was getting his Dodge Ram ready for hunting season. He was telling me how poorly his Original Equipment tires performed when it was time to get through the mud and dirt out in the field and how many times he got stuck. Naturally, he asked what I would recommend for off-road use. My go-to off-road tire of choice is the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO.

This tire has been around for many years, is a proven winner and is often asked for by name. They feature a very aggressive tread design to help get through the off-road elements and do exceptionally well in deep snow. Odds are they are in the size you need since they are offered in dozens of sizes from 14- to 22-inch wheel diameters.

BFGoodrich Truck Tires

Friday, May 21, 2010 by Chad Hocker
BFGoodrich off-road tires have that classic timeless look to them. I had an oversized set on my old truck and had no problems at all with them.

These tires have been around a long time and still consistently perform well against modern On-/Off-Road All-Terrain tires. Our BF Goodrich Reviews from consumers on the All-Terrain T/A KO have collected over 77 million miles of survey results. A recent trend seems to be newer All Terrain tires coming out with less aggressive tread patterns for the consumer that wants the look off an All Terrain tire but does not go off road that often. The Bf Goodrich All Terrain -- or if you wanted to get even more aggressive with the BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires -- are more aggressive compared to others in the category. Both BF Goodrich Tires have been tried and proven in the real world shown through user reviews at Tire Rack.

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"It's a Jeep thing"

Friday, May 7, 2010 by Todd Galbreath

Project Jeep Before



After a couple years of driving the 05 Jeep Wrangler, my wife has decided it is time to upgrade the wheels and tires on it to personalize her ride. She has decided to allow me to pick out the tires and wheels, so how wide and how tall do we go with it and what kind of tires will she actually be happy with in the long run? Here are some key factors that will weigh into our decision.

We do not want to go too tall and risk a top heavy feel. They must offer great traction on the road and be fairly comfortable for a daily driver (it may never see an off-road application) but at the same time offer the desired look for the Jeep.

So let the search begin.

I have selected the 265/70-16 size to allow for possible future lifting without leaving the wheel well too vacant.
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I have always been a fan of the BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO (On-/Off-Road All-Terrain) and the looks vs. performance as well as the feedback from customers in the customer review tab @ tirerack.com will make it the tire of choice for this project to be paired with the Dick Cepek DC-1 16X8 with a -12 offset (which should keep me just inside the wheel well and looking good without making any major modifications to the Jeep).

Stay tuned...I will post the after pics early next week and give a review of the effect.

The Easy Way to Find SUV Tires

Tuesday, September 29, 2009 by Tire Rack Team
Where to start, right? There are a number of things to consider when selecting the right SUV tires. The make and model of your vehicle and where you drive it can play a huge role. Do you need SUV snow tires? Maybe a set of all-seasons. Our Tire Decision Guide can help you with all of this, as it will pull together a few performance category recommendations based on driving conditions and what you'd like to get out of your tires.

Here are a few SUV tires that might be of interest:



BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO
(On-/Off-Road All-Terrain): For pickup trucks and SUVs that crave confidence and control on—and off—the road. Go-anywhere traction. Always. Sizes & Pricing, Specs



Dick Cepek Radial F-C II (On-/Off-Road All-Terrain): Tough radials. Large sizes. No matter what terrain you travel on, this tire is designed to grip. And thanks to stone kickers, it's self cleaning. Definitely a bonus. Sizes & Pricing, Specs 


Dunlop Radial Rover RVXT (On-/Off-Road All-Terrain): On-road comfort meets off-road traction. Even in the snow, thanks to a 4-rib independent block tread pattern that extends over the shoulders onto the sidewalls. Deep grooves help with hydroplaning, too. Sizes & Pricing, Specs

And if you do buy SUV tires from Tire Rack, let us know what you think of them. We're always looking for customer feedback.