With an all-season tread design, the Goodyear Wrangler ST is
built to provide year round traction and handling for drivers of pickups and SUV's. The ST is also used extensively
as original equipment on several of today's vehicles from manufacturers like Chevy, Dodge and others.
An all-season tread compound and symmetric design are made to provide dependable
dry and wet traction. This design further enhances steering response and offers added stability and
Three circumferential grooves evacuate water from under the tire and increase wet
handling, while also reducing the risk of hydroplaning on rain covered road surfaces. The tread blocks are made to
eliminate much of the outside road noise, which this model does a decent job at.
Inside the tire you will find two steel belts to go with a polyester cord body
that work together to add strength and increase ride comfort. Goodyear has sizes from 16-17 inches available in the
ST, and they include a limited tread warranty.
Dry traction is good
Wet traction could be better
There's not a lot more we can say about the Wrangler ST that you can't find in
hundreds of other driver reviews. This just isn't one of Goodyear's better tires. Although it is used as original
equipment on several vehicles, we would not recommend it as a replacement tire. We rank it towards the bottom of
the truck/SUV all-season class.
There are a number of choices that will provide better performance such as the
Goodyear Fortera TripleTred, General Grabber HTS or Michelin LTX M/S 2 to name just a few.
What Vehicles Will The Wrangler ST Fit?
Fits these vehicles and many others:
Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Colorado, Suburban, TrailBlazer
Goodyear provides a limited tread warranty on the ST. Tire uniformity is
guaranteed for the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear. Materials and workmanship are warranted for 6-years and
include free replacement during the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is then given for the
remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.