Laufenn X Fit AT Tire Review & Rating

The Laufenn X Fit AT is among several models recently launched in 2015. As a subsidiary of Hankook Tire, the Laufenn line is designed for drivers looking for reliable everyday performance at a substantially lower cost that you normally find with bigger name brand tires, which is precisely where the X Fit AT fills in a need.

A tougher all-season tread compound features a “rock block” sidewall tread block that works in preventing punctures and other damage to the sidewalls when driving off road. Laufenn also built in stepped groove lugs and rim protector to further guard against tearing up expensive wheels.

Laufenn X Fit AT Tire Review

Full-depth sipes around the tread aid in traction on wet road surfaces, as well as enhanced grip on snow and ice. The tire’s larger tread grooves are designed to clear away mud, slush, small rocks and other debris to provide some additional traction when you need it most.

A segmented center rib gives the Laufenn AT a little more stability and on-center feel when driving at highway speeds. It also delivers a boost in braking stability in all types of weather conditions.

Laufenn has a wide range of 15-18 inch sizes that come in both P-metric and LT sizes. A 45K mile tread warranty is also included on non-LT or flotation sizes.


  • Dependable dry and wet traction
  • Highway stability
  • Winter traction
  • Lower cost


  • Reduce road noise a bit
  • Increase off-road performance

Overall Thoughts

For drivers looking to save money on all-terrain tires, the Laufenn X Fit AT fills the gap nicely. While performance is not like you’ll find on tires like the Michelin LTX A/T or Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure to name just a few, it does a decent job for those weekend trips to your favorite campsite or fishing hole.

Traction on dry/wet pavement is pretty good for this tire, and braking is another plus. We would like to see a little reduction in highway road noise, but this is an AT tire, and a low cost one at that. Treadlife looks to be good at this point and the 45K mile warranty speaks well for a low cost tire.

Overall if money is a big factor for you and you only need a tire for light off-road duty, then this Laufenn all-terrain tire fills the bill quite nicely.

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What Vehicles Will The Laufenn X Fit AT Fit?

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

  • Chevy Silverado
  • Dodge Dakota
  • Ford F-150, Explorer, Expedition, Flex, Escape, E series, Ranger
  • GMC Savanna
  • Honda Pilot
  • Hyundai Santa Fe
  • Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra
  • Mazda Tribute
  • Toyota Tundra, Tacoma

Tire Sizes


31X10.50R15 C BW
235/75R15 109T BW
LT235/75R15 C BW


LT225/75R16 E BW
LT235/85R16 E BW
235/70R16 106T BW
LT245/75R16 E BW
245/70R16 107T BW
245/75R16 111T BW
255/70R16 103T BW
265/70R16 112T BW


LT235/80R17 E BW
245/70R17 110T BW
245/65R17 107T BW
LT245/70R17 E BW
LT245/75R17 E BW
255/70R17 112T BW
265/65R17 112T BW
265/70R17 115T BW
LT265/70R17 E BW


275/65R18 116T BW

Price Range

Laufenn X Fit AT prices range from approximately $90 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Laufenn provides a 5 year or 45,000 mile treadlife warranty on non-LT or flotation sizes of the X Fit AT. A one-year or first 2/32 inch of wear guarantee on tire uniformity is also included.

Materials and workmanship have a 5-year guarantee and come with free tire replacement during the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear. Laufenn will then prorate the amount down to 2/32 inch of tread depth.

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13 thoughts on “Laufenn X Fit AT Tire Review & Rating

  1. I bought my 2005 chevy silverado 4×4 over the summer. The truck was sold to me with daufenn LT265/70/17. I’m not a big fan of name brand tires because they are way out of my budget. For the most part the tire performs well as an all weather all terrain tire. It is not a winter tire. Cruising on the highway is very impressive with minimal road noise. I feel that they work well in snow but as soon as intersections ice up and temps drop below -20 the tire begins to struggle. I am a fan of these tires for the money, i understand the trade off. I love the look of the tread, the ride quality, and most of the traction performance offered. If Daufenn offered a true winter tire, I’d buy it and run my at for the rest of the year. I am a fan of winter/ all weather tire combo.

  2. Put a tire package on my 1999GMC last year and love the looks of the rims, but the tires are so hard they are wrecking my truck and ride. For the money I payed I would like to have had a better name tire with a smoother ride these Zaufenn X Fit
    ..may last for ever but I don’t think the truck will. The manage Dave got fired for what ever and I went back to see what they could do for me, but as he was the one who sold me the package tuff luck.

  3. Just put a set of these on a 2007 Trailblazer. Got their first ‘workout’ two weeks ago during a two week camping trip in the Canadian Badlands in Alberta.
    Lots of driving on loose gravel roads…including one 40 km stretch in a torrential downpour, which the tires handled with aplomb.
    Highway noise is nothing out of the ordinary for an AT tire and their handling in both wet and try conditions on pavement is good.
    Definitely would recommend these tires.

  4. Just put x fit 275/65r 18 on my 08 tundra crewmax. Big difference over the prior tires toyo AT ‘ll tires. Toyo was absolute slick in the winter when warn in any way. Had them
    1 1/2years about 18 thousand miles on them. Now tires are expensive really for 18’s. So I decided to shop around all season or At. Michelin ATX, or cheaper Lauffen tires Michellin tires were about 1100 for everything. The lauffen 775 for everything. Why Michellins that’s what the factory 4×4 tundra comes with and they look really close to the lauffen x fit. Well I opted for lauffen. 500 miles later great tire. Stable good grip and look nice. Over all not an overall big lug tire but some all terrain, and highway type combined. So more like the origional factory michellin without the price. And a 45000 mile warranty. Not bad for under 800 dollars. 4.5 overall outta 5.

  5. Just installed a set of LT265/75R16 ATs on my 94 F250 super cab turbo diesel. Good directional stability,low road noise and great traction! The big bonus was getting my fuel economy back with the lower rolling resistance over my winter Duratracs. I live out in the bush on a forest service road so toughness is very important for me,so far so good. I highly recommend these tires. Now I will see about tread wear life. My two bits worth.

  6. i placed this tires on a 2000 forerunner.. they are great for the price. good grip on wet roads and low noise. i would buy them again with my eyes closed. super happy

  7. Put 1000 miles on these tires. Much better than the stock Dunlops and just as good as the General Grabber HTS on my 2009 Toyota Tacoma 4×4. Good value!!

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