The Yokohama Geolandar G051 is one of the most prominent highway all-season tires on the market because it delivers an exceptional year-round performance with the aid of its distinctive tread design. However, it’s not a perfect tire by any means.
In this Yokohama Geolandar H/TS G051 review, we cover all there’s to know about the tire, from its strengths and weaknesses to its sizes, specs, pricing, and more, so be sure to stick around.
Yokohama Geolandar H/TS G051 (Our Review)
Yokohama is a brand that excels in producing unique purpose-oriented tread designs for their tires, and the Geolandar G051 is an excellent example of that. The tire features an advanced and highly durable tread compound that’s accentuated by a symmetric tread design for great handling and traction on dry pavement.
To further ensure reliable traction on dry pavement, the tire is equipped with rounded shoulders and cross-grooves, which also aid in improving cornering grip and steering response.
Being an all-season tire, the Geolandar G051 is designed to navigate wet terrain with ease, but we can’t say that it’s the best in this category. We think that it could use some improvements in terms of wet traction.
The tire features broad circumferential grooves as well as additional sipes that aid in navigating wet terrain and light snow. They also help in preventing the risk of hydroplaning so that handling isn’t compromised on wet pavement. The overall performance on wet pavement is alright, but we feel there’s a lot of room for improvement.
Upon closer inspection, you’ll notice a host of tread blocks encircling the tire, which helps keep road noise at bay for a pleasant driving experience. All in all, the Geolandar H/TS G015 is a good tire with a decent tread life warranty.
- Notably quiet and comfortable performance
- Delivers reliable performance on dry tarmac
- Extremely long-lasting tread construction
- Stable ride quality and responsive steering
- Wet and winter traction needs improvements
Vehicles That Can Use the Yokohama Geolandar H/TS G051
- Jeep: Grand Cherokee
- Kia: Sedona, Sorento
- Chevrolet: Astro, Silverado, Suburban, Trailblazer, K1500, Tahoe
- Dodge: Durango, Dakota, Ram
- Ford: Escape, Expedition, F-150, Explorer
- Lincoln: Navigator
- Mitsubishi: Montero
- Toyota: Tundra, Tacoma, T100, RAV4, 4Runner, Highlander, Sequoia
- GMC: Canyon, Sierra
- Honda: Pilot, Ridgeline, Element
- Nissan: Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra
Sizes and Specs
|15 Inches||LT215/75R-15/C1 100QLT|
P235/75R-15 108S XL
P265/70R-15 110S OWL
P265/75R-15 112S OWL
|16 Inches||P215/70R-16 99S OWL|
P225/70R-16 101S OWL
P225/75R-16 106S XL
P235/70R-16 104S OWL
P235/75R-16 109S XL
P245/70R-16 106S OWL
P245/75R-16 109S OWL
P255/65R-16 106S OWL
P255/70R-16 112S XL
P265/70R-16 111S OWL
P265/75R-16 114T OWL
P275/70R-16 114S OWL
|17 Inches||P235/70R-17 108S XL|
P245/65R-17 105S BW
P245/70R-17 108S RBL
P255/65R-17 108S BW
P265/65R-17 110S BW
P265/70R-17 113S OWL
P275/60R-17 110H OBL
|18 Inches||P255/70R-18 113S BW|
P275/65R-18 114H BW
The Yokohama Geolandar H/TS G051 is listed at a starting price point of around $128. The tire is on the more expensive side, but you may find special offers such as discounts, rebates, and coupons that can help you knock off a few bucks off its price tag. Bear in mind that the prices of tires tend to vary based on size and specs. They might also vary from one dealer to another.
The Geolandar H/TS G051 is backed by a 60,000-mile or 5-year tread warranty. Uniformity is warranted for the first 2/32 inch of treadwear. Both workmanship and materials are warranted for 5 years, with free replacements during the first year of use or the first 2/32 inch of wear.
When you buy the H/TS G051, you get to enjoy a 30-day test drive period through which you get to try the tire.
Yokohama Geolandar H/TS G051 Tire Customer Review
Jim J. says: “If you live in an area where it’s sunny the majority of the year, you’re going to love using the G051 because of its exceptional dry traction. However, if you’re looking for a tire that delivers great traction on wet surfaces and in wintery conditions, I suggest you try a different tire.”Jim J. posted (4 / 5) review
Rick B. says: “I agree with a lot of users that this tire needs improvements in the winter traction department, but it performs very nicely on dry tarmac, and it offers a smooth and comfortable ride quality.”Rick B. posted (4 / 5) review