If you take a look at some of GMC or Chevrolet’s trucks, you’ll notice that they’re all equipped with the Goodyear Wrangler AT/S. Not only is it an original equipment tire, but it’s also a replacement tire that you can use for any large SUV or pickup truck, no matter if it’s a 2-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive vehicle.
The Goodyear Wrangler AT/S isn’t a budget-friendly tire by any means, meaning that serious contemplation should be carried out before deciding to purchase this tire, which is why this review attempts to cover everything you need to know about the tire, so stick around.
Goodyear Wrangler AT/S (Our Review)
The Wrangler AT/S tire is designed to deliver reliable traction and handling on off-road terrain. It’s also built to a very high standard that ensures remarkable tread life longevity.
This tire relies on an extremely tough computer-optimized tread combined with a symmetrical design to deliver its exceptional off-road performance. No matter how rough the terrain is, the Wrangler AT/S will travel across it smoothly and gracefully.
To ensure even better traction, the tire features Dual Traction Lug channels that help clear out anything that might get stuck in the tread, be it snow, mud, or gravel.
Not only does the Wrangler AT/S display superior traction on dry and rough terrain, but it also offers reliable traction on wet and snowy surfaces, thanks to it having over 7000 biting edges, which also help improve the ride quality and reduce road noise.
This Goodyear tire flaunts one of the sturdiest constructions we’ve ever seen, as it implements a couple of high-tensile steel belts internally. Combine that with a polyester cord body, and you get an unbelievable level of durability no matter how fast you’re driving.
However, this isn’t a perfect tire by any means. It does suffer from a few drawbacks, primarily in the mud. It can handle gravel, sand, grass, and other non-pavement surfaces, but it seems to struggle a bit when it comes to mud. Also, it’s still quite noisy.
- Great traction in gravel, dirt, sand, and on the road
- Excellent performance on snowy and wet roads
- Highly durable construction and long tread life
- Smooth handling and very responsive steering
- Channels away dirt and snow very effectively
- It becomes noisier the more it wears down
- Displays mediocre traction in mud
Vehicles That Can Use Goodyear Wrangler AT/S
The Goodyear Wrangler AT/S is designed for drivers of all 2WD/4WD pickups and large SUVs. Below is a shortlist of some of the most popular vehicles that are compatible with the Goodyear Wrangler AT/S.
- Dodge: Dakota, Ram, Durango
- Chevrolet: Suburban, Avalanche, Tahoe, K1500, Trailblazer, Silverado
- GMC: Sierra, Yukon, Canyon
- Toyota: Tundra, Tacoma
- Hummer: H2
- Ford: Excursion, F-150, F-250, Ranger, Explorer, F-350, Expedition
- Jeep: Commander, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Wrangler
- Nissan: Frontier, Titan
- Oldsmobile: Bravada
Sizes and Specs
|15 Inches||LT215/75R15D 106S B|
|17 Inches||P265/70R17 113S GM B|
P265/70R-17 113S OWL
LT275/70R17C1 114R W
|18 Inches||LT275/65R-18/C1 113S|
LT275/65R18E1 123S W
LT275/65R18E1 123S B
The Goodyear Wrangler AT/S is listed at a starting price point of around $167. Granted, this tire is on the expensive side, but you may find special offers such as discounts, rebates, and coupons that can help you knock off a few dollars off its price tag. Please note that the prices may vary from one dealer to another. Furthermore, the prices will vary based on the size and specs you choose.
The Goodyear Wrangler AT/S is backed by a limited tread warranty. Uniformity is warranted for the first 2/32 inch of tread wear. Both workmanship and materials are warranted for a period of 6 years, with free replacements during the uniformity period.
Goodyear Wrangler AT/S Tire Customer Review
Arthur G. says: “I’ve been a Goodyear consumer for as long as I can remember, so I didn’t really mind the steep price tag on this tire since I knew I’d be getting my money’s worth. This tire is an absolute beast. I used it in snow, dirt, grass, and even gravel, and it did nothing but impress me.”Arthur G. posted (5 / 5) review
Mike P. says: “I use this tire for my GMC Yukon, and it has never failed me. I know it’s not the greatest when it comes to mud, but aside from that, the tire is incredibly reliable.”Mike P. posted (5 / 5) review