Consumer Reports: All Season Truck Tires 2018
These tires are commonly used on SUVs and light-duty pickups. They are designed to handle most conditions, including dry and wet pavement and light to moderate snow, well. Size tested: 215/60R17.
Continental CrossContact LX20
A top rated tire with strong grip on dry and wet roads, very good snow traction, and a very quiet ride.
Michelin Premier LTX
High scoring tire suited to consumers who place a priority of all weather grip over tread life.
Firestone Destination LE-02
An all season tire designed for light duty pickups and SUV's. An impressive balance of all weather grip, quiet ride, and long tread life.
Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus
A high scoring tire that can tackle most weather conditions. Fair braking on icy surfaces.
Michelin Defender LTX M/S
A high scoring tire with long wear and good performance for most weather conditions. Wet stopping performance is fair but typical of many all season tires.
Cooper Discoverer SRX
A well rounded all weather performer with good balance of dry and wet grip, excellent hydroplaning resistance, and and very good snow traction.
General Grabber HTS60
A well rounded tire to take on all weather conditions.It has strong dry and wet grip, and a very quiet riding tire.
Kumho Crugen HT51
An all season tire that performs like an all-weather tire with strong snow traction.Impressive snow traction, and low rolling resistance can help fuel economy. Also fair wet stopping performance is typical of many peer models.
Hankook Dynapro HT
Good performance to take-on most weather conditions. Fair wet braking performance is typical of many peer models.
Nexen Roadian HTX RH5
Well balanced performance in all weather conditions.Good tire with strong braking on cleared roads and very quiet ride.