5Toyo Open Country A/T II

Toyo Open Country A/T II

5Toyo Open Country A/T II

65 reviews

85% · 559 · 14%

Off-Roading Frequency
  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Yearly
  • Never
Build Quality
Value for Money
Noise Level
Wet Weather Handling
Dry Weather Handling
Provides off-road ability and on-road traction
Great longevity


65 reviews
65 reviews
DJR52Victoria3 posts

Toyo open country AT ll best tyre for 4x4 and SUV cars

This is the only tyre I have on both my vehicles. I had good hanook tyres on my hilux but they were too noisy on the road so l changed them to toyo open country AT ll, much better now and I get 120,000kms out of a set of tyres. when buying toyo tyres I always check to see if they r made in Japan as l find they r a better quality tyre than the ones made in Thailand or Taiwan. Toyo open country AT ll best tyre for medium to large 4x4, SUV cars. Show details
James P.
James P.

Ok not great

First at tyres I owned Colorado 4x4 . Were not noisy ,ute handled as it should, 95% on road driving . Didn't affect fuel consumption , good traction in wet wore even and once they hit approx 65k and 4 years old they turned absolutely dangerous in the wet on road . Miles of tread left evenly over every tyre , just the compound went off . Took them off the car too I reckon they would have driven on with legal tread for 150 plus . Maybe a good tyre if your doing high km just unlike the anzacs age does weary them . Quickly Show details
Ramon94Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC9 posts


I’ve done close to 55,000km and they’re still excellent and stop every time, have had some close calls but they never let me down Show details
DOMENICOSydney, NSW5 posts

Excellent all round tyer

I have done 60000 kms on 80% city and Highway 20% on dirt creek crossings and some very hard four wheel driving Tyers still look like new with only a little bit of ware
Will definitely replace with same Show details
eug m.
eug m.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

Great off road... not bad in the dry... absolutely terrible in the wet

It was recommended by retailer as the best option for our use... (mostly
road with occasional offroad).
Being that wet weather is the most dangerous for high centre of gravity 4x4s we found on our Jeep TJ it's a complete opposite to its dry capability.

It may be a factor that the Jeep is relatively lightweight compared to others and not enough downward pressure.... but when the front end slides around in a RWD Vehicle on round abouts at 20km/h something ain't right.

We can't use the vehicle when it rains.
Feels too dangerous. Show details

Build Quality
Value for Money
Igor J
Igor J


Average service. Not that much happy with the service. Hope they improve
Value for Money
Cinthie A.
Cinthie A.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC2 posts

Overrated Disappointed

Very slippery on wet weather, noisy after 10k Easy find something better Show details
Hman C.
Hman C.2 posts

Terrible tyre, never again

Noisy slippery on the wet weather
Totally different from what I heard from some review website
Very disappointed Show details
Dry Weather Handling
BryanSouth East Queensland, QLD3 posts

The best wearing tyre I've experienced

I needed a set of tyres on my Nissan Patrol prior to leaving for a road trip around Aus towing an off road van. The Toyo Open Country was recommended. I subsequently had them fitted. First set did 90,000.00 Klm. second set is on now and has already passed the 90,000.00 Klm milestone. Couldn't be happier. Show details
NelzRichmond-Tweed, NSW2 posts
Noise Level
Rob M.
Rob M.Wide Bay-Burnett, QLD6 posts

Constant vibration

Had these fitted 5 months ago, still chasing a vibration/ balance issue. Have been rebalanced 6 times already, going back to the tyre shop for another go in a few days. Been all over the vehicle suspension for issues, fitted all new shocks, checked wheel bearing preload and steering rack preload. Thought maybe a problem with the new wheels (17x9 Hussla Beretta), so just had a new set of 17x8 ROH Trophy wheels fitted. Still has front and rear vibration above 90 km/h, and the handling feels vague. No vibration or balance issues with the stock wheels and 65k km old Hankook AT-m tyres. I just can't recommend them. Show details
Value for Money
Eva2 posts

Longevity 10/10

Drive a D-Max put a set of Toyo A/T on January 2018 still on same vehicle we have approx 120.000 TOYO klms these tyres are rotated at every 10.000k service we tow a van. For us these tyres have represented the best value Dollar$ & klm wise. We primarily do bitumen running with a bit of exploring down the country tracks or national parks. Show details
Noise Level
Phil Osopher
Phil Osopher2 posts

Not generally a tyre fan, but

I bought a set of Toyos 18 months ago and have done 60,000km+. I live rurally, but do long bitumen kms and some offroad, including snow. Despite the comforting "roar" of the rubber hitting the road, which means there's some serious grip happening, the value for money, longevity and performance of the tyre is excellent, especially in snow. I have tried other tyres and the Toyos struggle less on the rear of a BT50 in ice and rain, to keep a grip. I will definitely replace them with another set. Show details
Noise Level
danielsonNorth-East, TAS22 posts

Best tyre i've ever had !

My current set of ATIIs have so far lasted 65k of about 45% dirt (live and work in mostly rural and remote areas). They are close to needing replacing which given the rough treatment they have received is very good compared to the previous Cooper Sts set I had which performed very poorly. The Toyos have not excessively chipped or worn unevenly. Grip on low and high speed dirt roads has been great and on wet tarmac they perform very predictably with no scares to date, no punctures either, these tyres are tough. My next set of tyres will most definitely be the Toyos again.  Show details
WaynoDarling Downs, QLD

Great Tyre so far

Just purchased these tyres today21/1/21. On a Trailblazer 265/60R18. Original factory tyres had 90000kms. It's early days so far but they handle really well and very quiet. Will update review when a decent amount of ks are done. Hoping to get decent mileage from these.Now travelled about 45000 km. Not much ware. Very quiet tyre. Would recomend Show details
Value for Money
Noise Level

Questions & Answers

At a loss
At a loss

Please advise what the recommended tyre pressure for Nissan Patrol fitted with Toyo Open Country II towing 2.6 tonne caravan.


Contact Toyo Australia directly using their website. They will need to know tow ball weights and vehicle weights.

At a loss
At a loss

Looking for replacement tyres for our Patrol towing caravan. Currently have Coopers and previously had Bridgestone Duellers. And comments appreciated. Mainly highway driving these days.

At a loss
At a loss  

Thank you. Have you done any towing with them on the vehicle?


I tow a large tradie trailer every single day, these tyres have a high ply rating and cope with whatever load you throw at them.


Please let me know if this tyre is available in 255-60R18.
thank you, Paul

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  • The Toyo Open Country A/T II has a tread design with a groove in the trad blocks and fringed block edges for better traction off road.
  • This all-terrain tyre will ensure that both daily drivers and tourers are safe and able to tackle their preferred terrain.
  • The tyre has the durability to be easily capable of lapping Australia 5 times.
  • You can select the size you need with either passenger construction for improved comfort or light-truck construction for better puncture resistance and the ability to carry more load.
  • A new casing profile provides even more contact pressure distribution, allowing for a longer wear life.

Points of praise:

  • Most reviewers found that the Toyo Open Country A/T II tyre provided a great mix of off-road ability and on-road traction.
  • They also said that the tyre had great longevity, in that it kept its performance even after 100,000km and didn’t excessively chip or wear unevenly.
  • Reviewers also appreciated that this tyre was quiet.
Category4WD Tyres
Width215 mm to 285 mm
Aspect Ratio / Profile50% to 85%
Rim Diameter15 to 20 inches
Load Index98 to 126
Speed RatingH, Q, R, S, or T
Awards 2021 and 2022
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