Atturo AZ800 Tire Review & Rating

For sport truck and SUV owners looking for an ultra-high performance all-season tire, the Atturo AZ800 was built specifically with you in mind. Featuring a distinctive tread design and a focus on handling, the AZ800 is priced lower than many big-name models in order to fit drivers on a tight budget.

Atturo uses an all-season silica based tread compound with added amounts of carbon black that are matched up with a directional tread pattern and larger shoulder blocks that provide for increased handling and precision cornering grip and stability. It’s an area this excels in and one that is often mentioned in other driver reviews as well.

Atturo AZ800 Tire Review

Added sipes around the tread and the tires’ sloped radius gradient, or SRG, give it dependable traction on wet pavement while reducing the risks of hydroplaning. These added sipes help with grip on snow and ice, but this is by no means a winter tire.

The AZ800 sports a high tensile bead wire, high bead filler and jointless tread ply construction adds to higher levels of stability throughout the speed range. Twin steel belts and a high turn-up polyester casing enhance durability and reduce heat build-up. Atturo also has a built-in rim protector that does a good job of protecting your wheels from accidental damage.

Atturo has an array of 17-24 inch sizes available with speed ratings of V, W and Y. All sizes carry a 440 UTQG rating and a limited tread warranty.


  • Dry traction
  • Smooth ride
  • Outstanding handling and cornering stability
  • Treadlife is better than expected
  • Performance and value for the money is exceptional


  • Winter traction is predictably poor
  • Lower road noise just a hair

Overall Thoughts

The AZ800 from Atturo is a good find in the UHP truck and SUV market. It simply delivers the type of solid performance in the areas of dry traction and cornering grip that are normally only found in tires like the Yokohama Spec-X among other big names. You may notice the tread design somewhat reminds you of the Spec-X in a way.

Expect a smooth ride and not a lot of excessive noise, although there is some. It’s not a major problem, but we want to mention it. Winter traction is what you would expect from an all-season tire, which is to say it’s poor. Treadlife is a bright spot unless you tend to leave too much of it at green lights.

Overall, Atturo has crafted a well-balanced UHP tire that is value-priced to fit budget-conscious drivers. We rank it in the upper half of the class and give it a high recommendation..

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What Vehicles Will The Atturo AZ800 Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Audi Q5, Q7
  • BMW X3
  • Cadillac Escalade, SRX
  • Chevrolet Tahoe, Trailblazer, Silverado, Avalanche, Suburban
  • Dodge Durango, Ram, Journey
  • Ford Escape, Freestyle, Flex
  • GMC Yukon, Terrain
  • Honda CR-V, Odyssey, Pilot
  • Hyundai Santa Fe
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee, Liberty
  • Lexus RX350, RX400
  • Lincoln MKX
  • Mazda CX-7, CX-5
  • Nissan Armada, Titan
  • Suzuki Grand Vitara
  • Toyota Sequoia, RAV4, Highlander
  • Volkswagen Routan

Tire Sizes


225/60R17 105H XL BSW
235/60R17 102V BSW
235/65R17 108V XL BSW
245/65R17 107H BSW
255/60R17 110V XL BSW


235/55R18 100V BSW
265/60R18 110V BSW
285/60R18 116V BSW


255/50R19 107W XL BSW
255/55R19 111V XL BSW
275/45R19 108V XL BSW
285/45R19 111W XL BSW


255/45R20 105V XL BSW
265/50R20 112V XL BSW
275/40R20 106W XL BSW
275/45R20 110V XL BSW
275/60R20 119V XL BSW
285/50R20 112V BSW
295/40R20 106V BSW
315/35R20 106W BSW


235/30R22 90W XL BSW
245/30R22 96W XL BSW
255/30R22 95Y XL BSW
265/35R22 102V XL BSW
285/35R22 106W XL BSW
295/30R22 103Y XL BSW
305/40R22 115V XL BSW
305/45R22 118V XL BSW


285/40R24 112V XL BSW
295/40R24 114V XL BSW
305/35R24 112V XL BSW

Price Range

Atturo AZ800 prices range from approximately $76 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Atturo provides a limited tread warranty on the AZ800.

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  1. Put 275/45-19 @ 295/40-20 AZ800 on 2014 GT500 Shelby and what a difference in traction and driveability. I did have to change gear ratio to 3.73 because the added height of the 295/40-20 which gave me a gear ratio equivalent to 3.55 which is perfect for this car that came with 3.31. Car has stock suspension and tires do not run. I highly recommend these tires for price comfort and overall driveability. Have driven them down to 7 above zero in winter conditions and on dry pavement at that temperature traction was still awesome. Don’t buy Goodyear F1 these AZ800 tires are good for 168 and believe me it’s more than adequate. Took the squiggle out of 3rd gear when pulling out to pass under full acceleration with GY F1. Also gave me at least 5/8″ more ground clearance-no more rubbing the front spoiler. Tires fill up the wheel wells front and back making the car look like it was lowered. All in all it not only looks like a beast it is. Rides better drives better can’t wait to go to the drag strip next summer.

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