Our Top Choice
Michelin LTX A/T2 All-Season Radial Tire
Michelin tires deliver excellent on-road comfort, plus significant reduction in vibration and noise. The LTX A/T2 typifies the Michelin culture of excellence and innovation.
Tough and long-lasting. Resists chipping and tearing when driving on gravel. Great on-road comfort and handling. Designed to greatly reduce noise and vibration.
Tread life not as good as you’d expect from a tire of this quality.
Up to 106 mph
Goodyear Fortera® HL
Goodyear tires offer benefits desired by drivers: innovative technology, performance handling, all-weather reliability and affordability. The Fortera HL Edition embodies these.
Quiet ride, stable handling and year-round all-season traction. Rides well on heavy vehicles, tracks straight and has no vibration. Helps with fuel economy.
More gasoline consumption. Loss of mileage. More aggressive tread.
Up to 112 mph
Serrated black stripe
Toyo Tires Open Country M/T Truck Tire
Toyo Tires are well known among amateur and professional drivers for winning, performance and consistency. The Open Country Mud Terrain Radial upholds this reputation.
At 10,000 miles, the tread wear is still good. Doesn’t buckle regardless of the kind of roads you drive on, including rough, paved, gravel, and dirt roads. You won’t be stuck in the mud.
More expensive than most light truck tires in the market.
Up to 94 mph
Cooper Tire Discoverer M+S™
Cooper Tire draws from over 100 years’ experience to give us excellent traction and handling in the Discoverer M+S Winter Radial Tire - 275/70R18 125R.
Excellent traction on snow and ice. It’s difficult to find a tire that handles wet clay like these tires.
Poor cornering performance. Some noise on dry pavement (as it’s a winter tire).
Mud & snow
Up to 106 mph
Hankook Dynapro AT-M Truck Tire
Hankook’s foremost goal of ensuring a safe and enjoyable driving experience led to the design and manufacture of the DynaPro AT-M tire.
Has excellent traction in muddy or snowy conditions. Reinforced under-tread gauge. Thick sidewall rubber gauge. Reinforced carcass and rubber gauge.
Not ideal for hard-core drivers. Deep tread which requires rotation about every 10 thousand miles, or else they will start to vibrate when braking.
Up to 118 mph