Hankook Dynapro AT2 (RF11)

Overview

The all-new Hankook Dynapro AT2 is a successor to the previous Hankook variant, the Dynapro AT-M, but with massive improvements designed to give drivers of jeeps, light trucks and SUVs the ultimate on-and-off-road experience. 

Classified as an all-terrain tire, this model excels on dry and wet surfaces while performing equally well on light snowy and icy conditions. 

In addition, the Hankook Dynapro uses a unique tread compound designed to provide better fuel mileage, and improved cutting and chipping resistance on rugged surfaces. 

Its symmetric tread pattern contains additional biting edges for extra grip on thin snow and dirt. The specially designed shoulder lugs are kept open with broader grooves to dispense water from the tire’s contact patch to maximize aquaplaning resistance. 

Also, the higher silica content in the tread compound improves traction on wet and slippery surfaces, and the sipes and grooves are arranged multi-directionally to get maximum traction from any direction.

Its wider footprint ensures better dispersal of pressure throughout the tire; this increases its tread life and causes even wear. The strength of this variant comes from two steel belts fortified with nylon cap plies for enhanced durability and control in high-speeds. 

Hankook Dynapro AT2 is equipped with rigid tie bars that act as stabilizers for the tread blocks, thus enhancing comfort and handling.The blocked edges are designed to emit lower noise from the symmetric tread.

This model comes in sizes ranging from 15” to 22” and a speed rating of T (190 km/h).

All Hankook tires come with a limited warranty; one interesting aspect of this variant is that it comes with a 30-day free trial.

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The Pros

  • Massive footprint
  • 60,000 miles tread warranty
  • M+S and 3 Peak Mountain Snowflake rated 
  • Increased ride comfort with decreased noise
  • Even wear and durability

The Cons

  • High rolling resistance due to larger footprint

Overall Thoughts

Considering features like rigid tie bars, multi-directional sipes and grooves, fortified nylon cap plies, etc., make it an excellent choice for both on-and-off road driving. Hankook Dynapro AT2 is clearly better than its predecessor and comes with better all-terrain performance.

With an M+S rating and 3PMSF (three-peak mountain snowflake), it’s clear that you can drive these tires pretty much anywhere. They are designed to withstand tough conditions with a reinforced ply casting that helps avoid punctures and cuts to the tire. Due to a wider contact patch, the wearability is evened out and the grip is increased.

To sum up our Hankook tires review for the Dynapro AT2, we can say that this is an excellent choice if you want a satisfactory all-season and all-terrain performance tire. 

Although it is not essentially a winter tire and not suited to be driven in adverse winter conditions, it comes with major improvements compared to previous variants. These include: increased ride comfort, on-off road-handling and dry and ice traction. 

What Vehicles Would Hankook Dynapro AT2 Tires Fit?

These are all-terrain tires built for jeeps, minivans, pickup trucks and SUVs. Below are some vehicles that these tires can fit.

  • Honda Ridgeline 2WD
  • Ford F150 4WD 
  • Ford F350 4WD 
  • Cadillac Escalade
  • Chevrolet Silverado
  • Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Chevrolet Suburban
  • Dodge Ram
  • Dodge Dakota
  • Dodge Durango
  • Ford Ranger
  • Ford Explorer
  • GMC Yukon
  • GMC Denali
  • GMC Sierra
  • Honda Element
  • Honda, Pilot
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Jeep Liberty
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Nissan Titan
  • Nissan Armada
  • Toyota 4Runner
  • Toyota Tacoma
  • Toyota Tundra
  • Toyota Sequoia

Tire Sizes Available

Hankook Dynapro AT2 is available in even more sizes compared to its predecessor. The range of tire sizes available for sedans and SUVs include:

15″

  • 235/75R15      104/101S
  • 235/75R15      109T
  • 30X9.5R15LT   104S
  • 31X10.5R15LT 109S

16″

  • LT215/85R16115/112S
  • 225/70R16103T
  • LT225/75R16115/112S
  • 225/75R16108T
  • 235/70R16109T
  • 235/75R16112T
  • LT235/85R16120/116S
  • 245/70R16111T
  • 245/75R16111T
  • LT245/75R16120/116S
  • 255/65R16109T
  • 255/70R16111T
  • 265/70R16112T
  • LT265/70R16117/114S
  • 265/75R16116T
  • LT265/75R16123/120S
  • LT285/75R16126/123S
  • LT305/70R16124/121S
  • 315/75R16121/118S

17″

  • LT225/75R17116/113S
  • 235/65R17104T
  • 235/75R17109T
  • LT235/80R17120/117S
  • 245/65R17111T
  • 245/70R17110T
  • LT245/70R17119/116S
  • LT245/75R17121/118S
  • 245/75R17112T
  • 255/65R17110T
  • 255/70R17112T
  • 255/75R17115T
  • 265/65R17112T
  • 265/70R17115T
  • LT265/70R17121/118S
  • LT275/70R17121/118S
  • LT285/70R17121/118S
  • LT295/70R17121/118S
  • 315/70R17121/118S
  • 35X12.5R17LT121S

18″

  • 235/60R18103T
  • 255/60R18108T
  • 255/70R18113T
  • 265/60R18114T
  • 265/65R18114T
  • 265/70R18116T
  • LT265/70R18124/121S
  • LT275/65R18123/120S
  • 275/65R18116T
  • LT275/70R18125/122S
  • LT285/65R18125/122S
  • LT325/60R18124/121S
  • LT325/65R18127/124S
  • 35X12.5R18LT123S

20″

  • LT265/60R20121/118S
  • 275/55R20113T
  • LT275/55R20115/112S
  • 275/55R20113T
  • 275/60R20115T
  • LT275/60R20119/116S
  • LT275/65R20126/123S
  • LT285/55R20122/119S
  • LT285/65R20127/124S
  • LT295/60R20126/123S
  • 305/50R20120T
  • LT305/55R20121/118S
  • LT325/60R20126/123S
  • 35X12.5R20LT121S

22″

  • 285/45R22110T
  • 305/45R22118T
  • LT325/50R22122S

Price Range

The Hankook Dynapro price starts from $137.99 from certain dealers; you can also get more discounts and deals from certain online stores.  

Additionally, some dealers offer great discounts if you buy a set of four tires (of the same model).

Warranty Offered

This variant comes with a 30-day free trial and a tread life warranty of 6 years or 60,000 miles (half mileage if front and rear are of different sizes). The uniformity warranty is of 1 year or 2/32” of wear.

Workmanship and Material warranty is valid until:

  • Remaining tread depth reaches 2/32” or less
  • 6 years from the date of purchase with a free replacement in the first year
  • Prorated until 2/32” of remaining depth

The Hankook Dynapro also comes with a road hazard warranty for the first year or 2/32” of wear.

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4 thoughts on “Hankook Dynapro AT2 (RF11)

  1. I am considering a set of A/T for a Hyundai Terracan and i can fit these tyres, the Falken Wildpeaks at similar price, or or Nankang FT-7 at a slight discount. A lot of driving will be on-road, and I have a separate set of winter tyres so winter performance is not essential. Is there any comparisons or maybe somebody who has some more experience testing them to provide some feedback?

  2. I just ordered these online 3 weeks ago I ordered them from walmart.com got them delivered to my house for $124 each so total for four tires with installation there’s about 600 I keep reading people are paying a thousand that’s ridiculous that’s 400 more than you need to get them from walmart.com for 124 for each free shipping. They look good that grip good I’ve tested them already in deep sand, clay, gravel and deep water. Granted my vehicle is a 2-wheel drive front wheel drive vehicle but these tires are getting my car through things I’ve never gotten through before they’re well worth it hundred percent

    1. Just FYI, the folks paying $1000 are probably getting the LT version instead of the P. LT has a higher ply sidewall and lower speed rating, but I’d like to know more about the differences personally if anyone can help with that. I generally run LT tires, but I do haul stuff and pull a trailer occasionally. I realize that I’m commenting on a year old post.

      1. That’s true. LTs will cost about $20-50 more per tire, especially if you are getting larger sizes. If you tow and haul occasionally definitely go with LTs. If you have a truck that’s a mall or grocery getter then no problem with P rated only. You can get away with the occasional towing here and there but I would not recommend a lengthy or heavy tow with “P” rated tires. Always check the tire load rating and speed and if you keep it in the rated numbers you should be ok.

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