Goodyear Wrangler AT/S Tire Review & Rating
The Wrangler AT/S from Goodyear can be found as original equipment on many of today’s trucks from Chevrolet, GMC and several other manufacturers, in addition to being available as a replacement tire. Designed for 2WD and 4WD pickups and larger SUV’s, the AT/S is engineered to deliver on and off road traction and handling and a longer tread life.
A tough all-season tread compound combines with a computer-optimized symmetric tread design to enhance traction on road or in rough off-road terrains. Dual Traction Lug channels are used to clear out mud and snow for better traction. We discuss how well this works down below.
The Wrangler AT/S sports over 7500 biting edges that work to increase traction on wet or snow covered road surfaces, as well as create added overall ride comfort. They are also designed to reduce road noise.
Inside the tire you will find two high-tensile steel belts to go with a polyester cord body for added strength and durability at all speeds. This tread construction further enhances ride comfort and promotes more even tread wear. Sizes are available from 15-20 inches, and in load ranges up to an E.
- Very good traction on road and in gravel, sand, dirt
- Steering is responsive
- Exceptional treadlife
- Mud traction
- Tires are a little noisy as they wear down
The Wrangler AT/S tries its best to crack the top ten in the All-Terrain class, but it comes up a bit short. Yes, it delivers very good traction on and off road in a variety of terrains. Steering response is solid, and the ride is about average for an AT tire. One area that this tires excels in is its treadlife. It’s exceptional, and one of the best in class.
Unfortunately, you then come to areas that this model under delivers. Traction in mud is less than stellar with reviews from other drivers talking about having to be pulled out. The mud also tend to pack and not clear itself out, which just by looking at the tread design you can see it would struggle at best. Although we know how AT tires can be a little more noisy than others, this tire seems to get a little more noise than average as it wears down.
Overall, while not a bad tire by any means, we rank this Goodyear tire in the middle to lower half of this class.
What Vehicles Will The Wrangler AT/S Fit?
(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)
- Chevrolet Suburban, Silverado, Avalanche, Tahoe, K1500, Trailblazer
- Dodge Dakota, Ram, Durango
- Ford F-150, F-250, Ranger, Explorer, F-350, Expedition, Excursion
- GMC Sierra, Yukon, Canyon
- Hummer H2
- Jeep Cherokee, Commander, Grand Cherokee, Wrangler
- Nissan Frontier, Titan
- Oldsmobile Bravada
- Toyota Tundra, Tacoma
LT215/75R15D 106S B
P265/70R17 113S GM B
P265/70R-17 113S OWL
LT275/70R17C1 114R W
LT275/65R18E1 123S W
LT275/65R18E1 123S B
Prices on the Wrangler AT/S range from approximately $167 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discounts, coupons and special offers on this tire.
Goodyear includes a limited tread warranty on the AT/S. Tire uniformity is guaranteed for the 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 given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.
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