Sporting a balance of all-season performance handling and
stability with driving comfort, the Nankang NK Utility FT-4 offers drivers a value priced option in new tires.
Developed for all types of light trucks, SUV’s and crossovers, the FT4 includes some of latest in tire
The all-season M+S rated tread compound and advanced radial technology combine
with a symmetrical tread pattern to give this tire minimal road noise, while creating a more even tread
Shoulder grooves around the outside of the tire and a larger footprint enhance
handling and provided added steering response for better stability on dry or wet pavement. Four circumferential
grooves and unique angled tread blocks increase wet handling and reduce the risk of hydroplaning.
The tires 5-pitch design and noise prevention bar minimizes road noise, making the
driving experience more enjoyable, while also preventing premature tread wear. The result is a longer treadlife,
something that has been mentioned by many drivers of this tire.
Dry surface traction and cornering performance are excellent
Solid handling on wet pavement
Comfortable riding tire with low road noise
Would like to see a little better winter performance
The FT-4 is arguably the best Nankang SUV/truck tire in their lineup. Traction and
handling on wet or dry pavement is excellent. The tire simply goes where you steer it, and it does it smoothly and
with good comfort. The other thing with this tire is the longer treadlife you can expect. Overall, this is a good
choice for a value priced tire.
What Vehicles Will The FT 4 Fit?
Fits these vehicles and many others:
Chevrolet Silverado, Tahoe, Trailblazer, Suburban
Dodge Durango, Ram, Dakota
Ford F Series, Escape, Expedition, Ranger, Edge
GMC Jimmy, Sierra, Envoy
Honda Pilot, Ridgeline
Nissan Titan, Frontier, Pathfinder
Toyota 4 Runner, RAV4, Highlander, Land Cruiser, Tacoma, Tundra
There is no mileage tread guarantee on this Nankang tire. However, you will find a
tire uniformity warranty for the first 10% of treadwear. Materials and workmanship are warranted for a prorated
amount down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.