Corsa All Terrain XL Tire Review & Rating

Designed for light duty off-road driving as well as reliable highway performance, the Corsa All Terrain XL tire is built to offer good value for budget-conscious truck, SUV and 4×4 owners.

Corsa uses a tougher tread compound that was created to withstand the rigors of off-road use. The aggressive tread pattern features multi-angled and deeper tread edges that help the tire bite into dirt, sand, gravel, mud, grass and other light terrain. Stone ejector ribs prevent potential damage and add to durability.

Corsa All Terrain XL Tire Review

The tread is optimized to reduce road noise and increase ride comfort, which this model does a fair job at. Raised rubber ridges and inter-connecting tie bars enhance handling and cornering performance both on or off-road. Four circumferential grooves aid wet traction and reduce the risk of hydroplaning.

Corsa offers 16-17 inch LT sizes in the All Terrain XL, and all sizes come with an E load rating. A surprising 40K mile tread warranty is also included with each tire.


  • Dependable dry and wet traction
  • Mild mannered on the highway
  • 40K mile warranty is a pleasant surprise for a second tier brand
  • Value priced


  • Deep mud traction
  • Rock climbing

Overall Thoughts

Although not many people may have heard of Corsa tires before now, they are part of the same parent company that also manufactures Goodride and Radar tire models.

The Corsa All Terrain XL delivers reliable performance in light-duty all-terrain conditions. It’s not designed for serious mudding or rock climbing, but handles itself well on dirt, light mud, sand and gravel.

On the road you’ll notice a little extra noise, as is the case with many all-terrain tires. It’s nothing excessive, but we wanted to mention it anyway. Beyond that our biggest issue would be with its traction in deep mud. The addition of sipes around the tread does help, especially on snow and ice, but this is still a basic all-terrain tire that works well for those looking to get to the lake or their favorite campgrounds, etc.

Overall, we give the All Terrain XL from Corsa a middle of class rating among all other AT tires.

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What Vehicles Will The Corsa All Terrain XL Fit?

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

  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2500, 3500, Tahoe
  • Ford F-150, F-250, F-350, Ranger
  • GMC Sierra 1500, 2500
  • Mitsubishi Montero Sport
  • Nissan Pathfinder, Xterra, Titan
  • Ram 2500, 3500
  • Suzuki Equator
  • Toyota Tundra, FJ Cruiser

Tire Sizes


LT265/75R16 123Q E BSW
LT285/75R16 126Q E BSW


LT285/70R17 121Q E BSW

Price Range

Corsa All Terrain XL prices range from approximately $125 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Corsa provides a 40,000 mile tread warranty on the All Terrain XL.

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7 thoughts on “Corsa All Terrain XL Tire Review & Rating

  1. These tires ride well and are pretty quiet for the tread pattern. They are one of the longest lasting tires I have had on the gravel roads that I drive daily. Very good tire for the price and I highly recommend

  2. the tread was not near as wide as they were supposed to be should have been over 10 inches wide were about 8 will not buy again

  3. I tried Terra Grapplers and Cooper ATPs in both Colorado and the PNW on my 2005 Dodge Ram diesel, standard cab with an 8-foot bed, manual 6-speed transmission before switching to Corsa and Corsa wins. First of all the price is right, about $200 less for four than what I paid before. Second great traction in all weather and all terrain. Third much less road noise on the freeway. I’ll buy again as long as the price stays low, which is what Cooper charged for my first set of tires before jacking its prices on subsequent sets.

  4. Bought a set of 4 . Mounted on a 1500 Dodge 4×4, off road is no problem, Great traction in dry and wet Rd condition. Will buy again.

  5. Tread compound has been pliable and seems as grippy as the Grabber at2’s. I currently have a new set of at- xl’s and owned a set of Grabber at2s. I’ve gone up snowy hills in just 2wd with the Grabbers with no studs.
    The Corsa’s seem to have a more aggressive/modern tread design (think Terra grappler) with biting treads on the bottom of the tread.
    I don’t think the corsa’s are severe snow rated but they should be Imo.

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