Good Tyre.....Great Tread life....but????
Have had 2 sets of MAXXIS HT760'S and very happy with the wet and dry grip and tread life, getting more than 70,000kms off both sets. Most of all the improvement in economy over the tyres that came with the car was amazing, improving 20%, which i would never have believed such a big difference was possible if i hadn't experienced. I did, however, recently decide to change over to Kumho Crugen HT51's and OMG the sound reduction is huge. Have driven over 180,000kms in my Ford Escape and never known how quiet it could be. Grip, economy and noise all excellent. If long term tread wear is as good as the dealer says then these Kumho HT51's are a big step up and got for slightly cheaper than quoted from multiple stores for replacement Maxxis.
Purchased for A$160.00.
Good run out of them
Had a set on from 2014, did not do a huge distance on them, maybe 60K, but punished around town when the edges wore off and rotated to there limit. Towing a caravan made one of the tyres to de-laminate and out of round due to heavier load in hot summer conditions. This was in the last 6 months.
Up to then was very pleased with them wet or dry.
Mounted on Kia Carnival. Notoriously hard on from tyres, these tyres stood up well.
Purchased in May 2014.
Living in a rural area I travel a lot kilometres every day. I travel 3 hours each way to Melbourne once a month, work is 80 kms one way & even going to the supermarket is over 20 each way, so it’s nice to know I can rely on my tyres.
First Set Maxxis ht 760 on our Outlander 2007 215/70/16 Great ride and wear...Front wheel drive Front tyres 60,000....Rear still have 20,000 left all tare use....Very happy.Value great,feel safe on them....Great in the wet..Bought them local and am very happy we did I know the family will be safe..
I bought 4 tyres January 2011, am still running on them having done 65000 kms. Been to Fraser Island and down to the snow, with a very loaded vehicle. No issues, no road noise or vibrations and never had a flat. Definately happy with them and will be replacing them with the same when the time comes.
Had these on my 1995 Suzuki vitara and they were awesome. 90,000km! Amazing life out of these tyres! Id buy again in a heartbeat!
Great Value Tyre
I've been running a set of 235/70R/16 Maxxis Bravo HT-750 on a 2006 Toyota Kluger CVX for 8 months and 9,500 kms.
I was sceptical about buying my first set of Maxxis, as there were differing reviews on where they are made. Some people were saying China, others saying Korea.
Well, I can confirm that mine are clearly stamped 'Made in Taiwan' on the sidewall.
The original Toyo's that came factory fitted (225/70r/16) were [censored word removed]. They wore badly, and in wet weather at roundabouts would give horrible understeer if cornering...at normal safe speeds. They were only good in a straight line, and I can only assume they were matched to the vehicle for a good fuel economy sticker. I replaced those after 28,000 kms with a set of Yokohama Geolander G012 in 235/70R/16 for some occasional country driving on dirt tracks and gravel roads. The Yokahamas are more of an off-road tyre and were ok until really bad tyre noise appeared on the tar after about 35,000 kms and 75% worn. Fuel economy was also pretty poor with the Geolanders.
Maxxis Bravo 750 H/T
Ive been running these on quite a few of our road cars, and find these very quiet, good grip on tar, in wet and dry, plus excellent wear. Have currently a set on the spare car "Land Rover Freelander" that is used as a sunny day topless car to the beach and find with the smaller softroader, that these tyres are perfectly fine on gravel, sand, rutty tracks. With the larger Land Rover Discovery, I find they are an excellent black top tyre, and fine on hard dirt and gravel, but because of the 2.7ton im pulling, they can be, not so great going up st...eep gravel hills. (By that I mean around 22degree hills). Overall wear is great, handling is great, but have changed to running MTs on the heavier vehicles now. Will buy these again for all our other small vehicles. good wear, handle well in most conditions,look good on 4wd with white letters. not enough grip on steep gravel hills with heavier vehicle. but they are HTs after all.
MAXXIS HT-760 Bravo is a great tire for an SUV.
Extremely happy with them. Now I am reluctant to switch brands. Originaly, I wanted to buy Toyo tires for my 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland, but the shop recommend these instead, because they were out of stock. I paid a little over $700 for all four to be installed. I went with a slightly wider tire for my factory rim (245/65/R17 instead of a the 55). My Jeep is a V-8 with Quadra Trac 2...basically All Wheel Drive. I noticed an improvement in ride from the Goodyear Wranglers that were previously on there. I've had the Maxxis HT-760 Br...avo series 5 years now and have driven almost 60,000 miles on them. Most of them highway. I drove in the wet region of Seatte for about 20,000 miles. I then drove about 20,000 between southern Cal and Nevada. I have also driven cross country a few times (L.A. to Boston and Jacksonville, FL). I have rotated them 3 or 4 times. I admired the quite/smooth ride and they handled great. The tread wear is very even inside and out, because I kept the psi at 35. I loved them!!! Driving an SUV, I recall how they saved me a few times. One time I was driving 40 MPH and a car just decide to pull out (to make a left) of a gas station, he never looked left (at me). I had no time to break!! I swerved left crossing 2 lanes to narrowly miss him side swiping me! Untouched! No chirp or skid. I love my jeep and my tires! Their look. Quite ride. Great handling in all conditions (light snow, rain, desert heat)! Hard to find them in certain regions.
After some quality issues with 2 previous sets of Dunlops I settled for these on my small suv. Was worried about the quality given how cheap they are but needn't have bothered. Low road noise and excellent grip. Can't comment on durability as have only had for 5000 kms but no problems so far. Very, very happy.
Inexpensive, quiet and great road handling in the wet and dry.
Can't comment on durability yet.
Bravo760 series tires
ive bought these tires and for the price they are ok. they are a smooth riding tire and handle great in the snow and the rain, grip the road very well, the only problem i have is that they just dont last.my truck is a 2005 dodge dakota 4x4, i bought 2 of these tires at first due to the fact the original tires i had on the truck one of them blew out so i needed new tires so i just bought 2 at first till the others had worn out then i got 2 more so i would have a complete set of the same tires, i was really happy on the ride and the way it handle...d the pavement, i bought them in 2009 one set in july and the other in dec. the back tires are already slick and i had to replace them, the tires onle had 32456 miles on them, far less miles then there are rated at. the front tires (which were bought in dec 2009) are also going to have to be replaced soon the tread has about 5000 miles left on them if i am lucky now they only have 23485 miles on them. i was happy with the tires due to the fact of the price and the way they handled but i hate the tires due to the fact they dont last or live up to there ratings. i went out and bought some prodigy tires which are made by yokahama, and so far i am happy with them, they are rated pretty well and the ride in my opinion is much better then the maxxis. Price and ride Don't last way below the rating figure
Buy them...buy them now! They range from $114 to $180 per tire depending on where you purchase them. They are considered an average and affordable (economical) tire. I believe that when the public really gets the experience, that these tires will give BF Goodrich, Toyo, Yokohama, Goodyear... a serious run for competition.
Buy them...enjoy them!
I have owned my maxxis ht-750 bravos for six month or so now. They handle great. I have no vibration issues. I just had them siped to lengthen the life of the tires.
They reside on my '96 chevy tah...oe. I've never put anything on my 4x4's than an a/t style tire. I'd put these ht-750s on again. It handles great on the long trips and in the corners. Definitely a great purchase! None. By the way...don't worry why I didn't rate at five stars. I never give the complete (best) rating on anything. There's always ways to improve things in life.
A competitively priced tyre that has not given me any problems in the 5 months and nearly 6000 miles I have been using them. I think the previous reviewer must have been unlucky and got a dodgy one. Or perhaps has other issues with the vehicle or fitting. The tyres are very confidence inspiring in poor weather and I would not hesitate to buy them again.
Great value for money, Stable at all speeds (including when towing), Very little road noise.
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me about life span of a maxxis TYRE that have the following specifications maxxis 760,P225x70R16 ,102S?
Whats the recommended pressure gauge for a Bravo HT 760,P215/70R16 on a Toyota Sienna?
How do you date of manufacture?
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