Corsa Highway Terrain Tire Review & Rating

With its dependable traction and increased durability, the Corsa Highway Terrain all-season tire offers drivers of pickups and SUV’s a low-cost option to fit any budget.

An all-season tread compound and symmetric tread pattern deliver solid dry traction and handling. Corsa has added an interlocking semi-solid continuous center rib that is designed to quicken steering response and provide additional cornering stability at highway speeds.

Corsa Highway Terrain Review
Four circumferential grooves and added sipes around the tread enhance wet grip and reduce the risk of hydroplaning. With their biting edges, these sipes further aid with traction on snow and ice, although winter traction is not a big strength for this highway tire.

Ride comfort is addressed through an optimized tread pattern that works to reduce the outside noise. Inside the tire you’ll find twin steel belts with a 3-ply construction for increased strength and durability.

Corsa offers a select number of 16-17 inch LT sizes in the Highway Terrain, and all models feature a load range E rating. A 40K mile tread warranty is also included as part of the package.


  • Reliable dry traction
  • Low priced for budget-minded drivers
  • 40K mile tread warranty


  • Boost winter traction
  • Needs an improvement in highway handling
  • Soften the ride a bit

Overall Thoughts

Not a lot of people have heard of the Corsa brand, which is owned by Omni United Pte. Ltd and based out of Singapore, but they provide some decent low-cost tires. (Omni also has other tire lines such as Goodride and Timberland tires to name just a couple.)

The Corsa Highway Terrain delivers respectable dry and wet traction for a cheaper tire. Road noise is reduced but not entirely eliminated of course.

Ride comfort is average at best and could stand improving. The ride is a bit more rough than you’ll find on other value-priced tires. Treadlife is average for models in this class.

Winter traction, acceleration and braking is our main area of concern and one in which you may encounter difficulty. While it handles lighter amounts of snow and ice pretty well, when you get into deep snow and hard-packed ice, you may find traction issues. In addition, handling at highway speeds could use a boost. The sidewalls flex too much, especially under heavier loads.

Overall, as a second-tier model, the Corsa Highway Terrain is a middle to lower end of class performer in our opinion.

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What Vehicles Will The Corsa Highway Terrain Fit?

Fits these vehicles and many others:

  • Chevrolet Suburban, Silverado 2500, 3500, Express 2500, 3500, Avalanche
  • Dodge Nitro, Ram 1500, 2500
  • Ford F-150, F-250, Ranger, Excursion, Expedition, Explorer
  • GMC Savanna 2500, 3500, Suburban, Yukon
  • Honda Passport
  • Isuzu Trooper
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Nissan Pathfinder, Frontier, Xterra
  • Ram 2500, 3500
  • Toyota Land Cruiser, Tacoma, FJ Cruiser, 4Runner, Land Cruiser

Tire Sizes


LT225/75R16 115S E BSW
LT235/85R16 120S E BSW
LT245/75R16 120S E BSW
LT265/75R16 123S E BSW


LT265/70R17 121S E BSW

Price Range

Corsa Highway Terrain prices range from approximately $87 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 Highway Terrain.

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2 Comments on "Corsa Highway Terrain Tire Review & Rating"

S. Moore

This was a suggested tire (Discount Tire) I purchased for my Toyota Tundra. I think it is the worse riding tire I have ever owned. Should had spend my money on something else. Wish I could return them. I suggest spending your money on something else, Not what it appears, Good price, bad riding tire.


Second this opinion. I had to put 2 new tires on my F250 and Discount Tire offered me these. I’m pulling a 3500lb steel 2 horse trailer, 2 horses and all my gear and my truck was ALL OVER the road with these tires on the rear (as Discount does with new tires; puts them on the back). My mechanic swapped them to the front for us as, even after removing the trailer and gear, truck still swung all over the road. Mechanic said you can see the sidewall bulge with these tires.
Ride is better, but still VERY poor handling. I would NOT advise ANYONE to get these tires!! AVOID THEM!!! Spend the money, get a better tire. Spare yourself the annoyance and the risk to your safety.