Consumer Reports: All Terrain Truck Tires 2018
All-terrain models differ from all-season tires in that they have a more aggressive tread pattern intended for use on-road and in moderate off-road conditions. Size tested: 215/60R17.
Continental TerrainContact A/T
Top-rated among all terrain tires with strong braking grip on cleared roads. Well rounded to tackle most weather conditions. Fair rolling resistance, a factor in fuel economy.
Michelin LTX A/T 2
A highly rated all terrain tire delivers well rounded performance for most driving conditions and for those who place a high priority on tread life.
Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT
A recommended tire that handles and grips well in most weather conditions. Few shortcomings, though tread life is not as long lasting as most other all terrain tires.
Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015
A high scoring tire that can handle most weather conditions. Fair wet stops similar to most all terrain tires. Relatively fair rolling resistance, a factor in fuel economy.
Nexen Roadian AT Pro RA8
A recommended choice with well rounded performance to take-on most weather conditions. Fair wet stops typical of most all terrain tires.
Falken Wildpeak A/T3W
Recommended for well balanced all weather grip and good tread life. Good tire with good stopping performance on dry and wet pavement.
Nokian Rotiiva AT
Good for areas where winter weather can be harsh. Fair wet stops similar to most all terrain tires.
Laufenn X FIT AT
The Laufenn tire is a Hankook brand of tires offering good performance at a reasonable price. This tire has solid winter traction and long tread life.
Hankook Dynapro AT-m RF10
Performs well in most in most performance areas with long lasting wear. Fair wet stops typical of most all terrain tires and a relatively firm ride.
Pirelli Scorpion ATR
Well balanced performance for most driving conditions. This tire has very good snow traction. Quiet and comfortable ride. But fair wet stops typical of most all terrain tires.