Excellent tyre, good grip and great kilometers. I sold my previous 4WD with the tyres on 80,000km and they easily had another 20,000km in them.
When it came to replacing the tyres on my current 4WD I didn’t hesitate and will continue to stick with the Toyo’s. I do a combination of sand driving, off roading and road driving and can’t be happier. Provides good side wall strength.
WOULDN'T USE ANYTHING ELSE
As an avid off-roader, I have tried many A/T tyres over nearly thirty years.
Coopers, Yokohama, BF Goodrich, Federal... none compare to the Toyo Open Country A/T II for quietness, off-road ability, on-road traction, sidewall strength or longevity. I've had my current set on for 60K klms and only two are at a point where I am considering changing them, but had I rotated them more frequently they'd probably have a fair life left in them.
I have run these for extended periods at 18psi-15psi and have experienced no sidewall damage and have never had a puncture.
There are more expensive options out there, as there are cheaper options, but none offer such value for money.
Purchased in September 2018.
Great working tyre, but noisy
What a great looking tyre, and a good performer off road. Having usually had HT tyres on my Pajero, I got a bit of a shock to hear these howling on the bitumen. These reviews here are not really accurate in regard to the noise levels. Luckily I have two sets of rims and change tyres quickly when I want to. For everyday driving I have a set of HTs.
Purchased in June 2020.
good hard wearing tyre. Running through sharp quartz and stone evan mud. Best tyre for the limit price
There great on all weather conditions but I don't know about snow as I haven't been in them conditions ive driven off road and 4x4 to these tyres do give me confidence to drive in places I would normally not go.
Dependable off and on road
Have used these tyres to cross the Madigan Line, Great Central Road, Oodnadatta Track, Birdsville Track, and all over the Vic High Country. Never had a flat tyre. Crossed the Simpson desert at 18psi and no signs of side wall issues. They are very tough and yet very good traction in the wet on the tar. I've used them all the way down to 15psi in the Vic Alps for really good traction.
Bought my First set second hand but WOW
Coming from a BFG family the chance arose to buy a set of second hand Toyo AT2's fitted on 16 inch Triton rims which had around 10 thou kms already on them for 400 bucks that still looked brand new. At that price I thought bugger it will give them a go and got them swapped onto my PJ Ranger rims. I have travelled all over Queensland 70% Tarmac 20% Dirt and 10% uncharted track use. SO far no punctures I run them at 36 psi on Highways. I drop them back to 30 psi for long dirt roads. And back down to 20 psi for serious dont go there fun. I have done around 35000kms after fitment and they are still over 70% tread. Will be replacing them with a Brand new set of AT's when they finally wear out.
Purchased in June 2019.
Outstanding on and off road tyre
I put a set of Open Country AT2s on my 2009 diesel Pajero after a set of BFG KOs. The KOs were 85-90% worn and the rubber was hardening, slippery in the wet but no complaints otherwise. Have now got over 42,000km on the Toyos and couldn’t be happier. I have towed a bit, taken them through deep mud, very steep rocky tracks and most surfaces in between through the NSW and Victorian high country. On the same tracks the Toyos absolutely ate my last brand even though it is suggested the Toyos are 80% on and 20% off road whilst BFG KOs are rated 50/5...0 on and off road. They are reasonably quiet on road, running around 36psi, down to 20psi in the really hard stuff. Towing a 2T van I raise the pressure to 38-40. With over 42,000km they aren’t even one quarter worn (wearing evenly) with 2 rotations so far. User reviews commonly cite well over 100k per set. So with outstanding on and off road performance and incredible mileage these are the only other tyre I will buy in future with maybe one exception, Toyo RTs if I can afford them.
Purchased in January 2019.
Best tyres ever had
I have had many tyres of varied cars over the past 40 years. I had company cars for most of that time and if I got 80k out of a set I was more than happy. When I retired I purchased a new PX2 Ranger. The tyres supplied when new I only got 46k from I was speaking to someone that travelled to the APY lands regularly he raved about Toyo Open Country. I thought I would give them a go. Well I have done 101k and only thinking of changing them for another set of Toyo Open Country. Have towed a 23 ft caravan for much of that Thought if I got 80 k I would be happy. I am ecstatic
Purchased in February 2017.
Over 110k mileage on these tyres of combined on and off road use.
Bought January 2015 and it is now early May 2020 with 110k at least on these tyres. Needs replacing now but would not even consider anything else. The overall appearance remains good with no evidence of tyre deterioration elsewhere. The tyres are actually 7 years from manufacture.
Purchased in January 2015.
these tyres came new on my Pajero, now done 70000 kms with 3 mths towing caravan no problems, wear excellent. I will be getting these again, pressure 63-65 great tyre.
Purchased in May 2016.
Fantastic all round tyres!
Great tyres for a reasonable price. Have completed over 70,000kms since buying new in 2015. Replacing with the same tyres. Fantastic off road traction and good grip on wet roads.
Low noise experienced along with low maintenance and long mileage. Tyres lasted 5 years 100,000klm off road and bitumen. Would recommend these tyres for suv and or four wheel drives.
Excellent AT tyre
Had these on a PB Challenger standard size LT construction, clocked about 40000kms (75% blacktop) before selling vehicle.
I can't speak for the standard construction version of these tyres, only LT.
Very quiet considering the tread pattern, and Challengers do let a lot of noise in compared to many 4wds as well.
Had full confidence no matter the weather or terrain, towed a 2ton trailer across the nullabor and back tyres looked no different to the front.
They barely needed much adj when balancing, if at all at times. Hence they wore evenly, and still looked in great condition at 40k (I've included photos), although I always did 5 tyre rotations at service which would help that.
Great mid range tyre
I have the 255/70R16 and have performed well in wet / dry conditions on road.
Off road they work well being an AT tyre and so far have lasted 50000 km and have plenty of life yet. I have a set of 6 tyres and rotate them every 10000 km.
These tyres have the grip needed without getting chewed out.
37.000km around Australia with a 21' van, bungles,Gibb river , steep point and a lot of other dirt .great tyres no punctures and good wear. Minimal chipping ,good road handling wet and dry.
Purchased in February 2019.
New wheels = better driving
After a recent service l needed 4 new tyres, not knowing which ones to choose l opted for a lesser known brand and am very satisfied with the quality, price and condition
Purchased in June 2018 for A$660.00.
Can't beat them
Have 265/65/17 toyo open country A/T on 07 Hilux, excellant in the wet, especially on a ute. Work well in sand without having to drop below 20psi. Very low road noise, still have coloured lines in tread and only about 10% wear after 35,000klm in 4yrs. Run them on 32psi and excellant ride and handling. Was going to swap to pirrelli for the new LDV Trailrider but will be sticking to my toyo open country.
Purchased in September 2015 for A$1,000.00.
These tyres are the best I have used
I bought a Landcruiser 200 Series in 2013 to travel with our Off Road Caravan and cannot speak more highly on how these tyres have performed in all environments.. Having been put off buying the original Toyo Open Country AT due to a myriad of issues, I was really sceptical changing my Coopers but glad I did. What a tyre the Open Country II are. Done just over 100,000 kms and only recently had to change the rears due to cutting one of the tyres due to metal package strapping being left on the road. Necessitated buying 2 new tyres and changing ...the used fronts to the rear and the brand newies to the front and the older left over tyre to the spare wheel carriers to balance up the towing stability. Here we are 15 months down the track and the old rears have now done 140000kms and still going hard but due for change in approx 3-4 months. We have travelled from Perth to Bathurst V8s and return three times now, used the vehicle on soft beach sand, sharp hard rocky roads and on central desert rolling sand hills and these things just keep going. Having owned numerous 4x4's over 30 years fitted with Desert Duellers, Coopers, Dunlop Grand Treks and Bridgestone A/T's, the Toyo Open County II have been well ahead in all environments. I wouldn't buy any other 4x4 tyre now.
Purchased in June 2013 at Integrity Tyres Wangara Perth WA.
- Verified purchase
Just over 15,000 kms in on a new set.
Great all round a/t tyre, have not let me down. Great on price when purchasing a set.
Also performs very well in the wet.
Awesome reliable tyres.
We have these on our Prado put on in May 2017@ 50,000 km we are Now showing 76,600km. I'm not into tyres but I do know I look for value and the all important safety and longevity so far I have no complaints made in Japan tread has barely worn comfortable on bitumen no noise on dirt a really great ride so that is my review nothing bad to say we will continue to use these they really are the business purchased for a great price @220 but as of December 2018 my son could only get them for 280 a tyre. Purchased in Tuggeranong transtate tyres.
Questions & Answers
Good morning I have purchased a new land cruiser troop carrier the factory tyres are 225/95R16 what is the equivalent toyo open country A/T II that is available. ?
Not sure on the troopie as I have a 200 Series Land cruiser that uses 285 X 65 R17 tyres, however I just replaced both rears after doing 122,000 kms on and off road
225/95R16 is not available in Open Country AT2. This size is unique to this vehicle. With this size I believe choice is limited to 2 brands / products a this stage.
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