The Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 is designed to perform adequately on rough terrains. And while it’s primarily an off-road tire, it’s still capable of providing you with a decent level of comfort on the street.
In this Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 review, we’ll give you a detailed walkthrough of this tire as well as its prices, specs, and warranty information to help you make a better buying decision, so stick around.
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|Bottom Line||The Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 is designed to perform adequately on rough terrains.|
|Pros||Excellent off-road performance with aggressive tread and sidewall and excellent traction on uneven terrain and ice.|
|Cons||A bit noisy|
|Tire sizes||20”, 18”, 17”, 16”, 15” and 14”|
|Price range||Starts from approximately $108.|
|Warranty||Limited warranty on the tread.|
Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 Tires (Our Review)
The Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 flaunts a cut-resistant tread compound that extends the tire’s durability, enabling you to navigate all types of roads without worrying about ruining your tires.
Moreover, the aggressive tread elements maximize the Buckshot’s performance on muddy and rocky terrains, in addition to an aggressive sidewall that accentuates the tire’s rugged appearance.
Furthermore, the tire has staggered shoulder blocks that enhance its traction on rough terrain, while the tread blocks are pinned for studs to give you reliable traction on ice. The Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 is also equipped with stone and mud ejectors that keep it clean all the time.
This off-road tire is available in a wide variety of sizes and specs, making it suitable for all types of SUVs and 4x4s, even compact ones. Our only complaint with this tire is that it can be somewhat noisy, especially on the highway.
- Excellent off-road performance with aggressive tread and sidewall
- Excellent traction on uneven terrain and ice
- Cut-resistant tread and sidewall improve durability
- Self-cleaning function
- A bit noisy
Vehicles That Can Use Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2
- Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Wrangler
- Chevrolet Avalanche, Colorado, S10, Blazer
- Hummer H3
- Isuzu Hombre5, Amigo S
- Dodge Durango, Ram
- Kia Sportage
- Renault Kadjar
- Nissan Juke, Qashqai
- Ford Explorer, Ranger, F-150, Expedition
Sizes and Specs
|14 Inches||27X8.50R14LT 95Q C RBL|
|15 Inches||30X9.50R15LT 104Q C RBL|
31X10.50R15LT 109Q C RBL
32X11.50R15LT 113Q C RBL
33X12.50R15LT 108Q C RBL
LT235/75R15 104/101Q C RBL
|16 Inches||LT235/85R16 120/116Q E RBL|
LT245/75R16 120/116Q E RBL
LT245/75R16 108/104Q C RBL
LT265/75R16 123/120Q E RBL
LT265/75R16 112/109Q C RBL
LT285/75R16 126/123Q E RBL
|17 Inches||35X12.50R17LT 121Q E RBL|
LT265/70R17 121/118Q E RBL
LT265/70R17 112/109Q C RBL
LT265/70R17 118/115Q D RBL
LT285/70R17 121/118Q E RBL
|18 Inches||LT275/65R18 123/120Q E RBL|
LT275/65R18 119/116Q D RBL
|20 Inches||33X12.50R20LT 114Q E RBL|
35X12.50R20LT 121Q E RBL
37X13.50R20LT 127Q E RBL
The Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 retails at a starting price of 108$, which is pretty reasonable for what you get. The prices vary according to size and specs, and they also differ from one dealer to another.
The Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 comes with a limited warranty on the tread, and that’s about it. We’d have preferred a more well-rounded warranty for this tire, especially that it’s not cheap.
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Maxxis Buckshot Mudder 2 Tire Customer Review
Steve Benjamin says: “I love going on camping trips with my Wrangler a few times a month, but my all-season tires just couldn’t stand the weary roads that lead to the camping site. I decided to invest in a set of the Mudder 2 off-road tires, and boy, it makes one hell of a difference. These tires can go through any type of terrain, be it muddy or rocky. What’s even cooler is that I don’t have to clean them, thanks to the mud and rock ejectors. I definitely recommend this tire model for anyone looking for dependable off-road performance.”Gene posted (5 / 5) review
Greg Whitman says: “I wish I came across the Maxxis Mudder 2 earlier than that before my all-season tires wore out. I’ve been rocking a set of these tires for several months now, and I don’t think I have to worry about cutting them, no matter what the road condition is. This tire provides some serious traction without sacrificing comfort. The only problem is that it’s not so quiet, but I can barely notice the noise with my car stereo turned on anyway.”Greg Whitman posted (4 / 5) review