Goodyear Wrangler All-terrain Adventure

Goodyear Wrangler All-terrain Adventure

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Goodyear Wrangler All-terrain Adventure
4.0

13 reviews

PositivevsNegative
77% · 103 · 23%

Off-Roading Frequency
  • Monthly
  • Never
Build Quality
4.8
Value for Money
4.5
Noise Level
4.5
Wet Weather Handling
4.3
Durability
4.5
Dry Weather Handling
5.0

Reviews

13 reviews
Shaun  Marriott
Shaun MarriottCessnock, NSW17 posts
 

What an Excellent tyre, great buy and value for money

I bought a set of these Goodyear Wrangler AT Tyres 265/70/ R16 about four months ago, we do alot of camping and caravanning so needed a good all round tyre and these have been an excellent tyre on the road, bush, sand and just all round, great to ride on not noisy at all, love these tyres and highly recommend to anyone !!! Show details
Brian P.
Brian P.
 

Wet weather performance concerns

Have had these tyres on our FJ Cruiser for 30,000 klms now. Great in the dry and on dirt but seem very nervous in the wet, especially on course chip surface common to Australia rural roads. Have had a number of experiences with rear tyres breaking traction in the wet. Would be interested if this is a common trait with them. Show details
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Warwick
WarwickPerth, WA
 

Took a chance and haven’t looked back

Easily confused by the myriad of online reviews, I chose Wrangler’s largely based on Goodyear’s reputation. They truly are silent especially given their aggressive tread and haven’t let me down Show details
Barry Meredith
Barry MeredithNorthern Region, NSW36 posts
 

Great tyres on my 2010 WH Grand Cherokee,not so on my NZ based 2012 Grand Cherokee

Have two Grand Cherokee diesels one in Aust,both on Goodyear A/Ts other in NZ.Aust vehicle tows a van and can not fault these A/Ts for road performance,wear etc .The 2012 GC Overland ,air suspension,in NZ is showing rapid wear ,wheel alignment done when fitted.May reach 20000 klms ! Not happy.Ex mechanic so vehicles kept in vgc
Update.
The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicle was stored over covid in Christchurch finally got to do a three month 10000 klm trip around Nth ,Sth Islands ,Dec 22 ,March 23. The Goodyear Wrangler ATs lasted 31000 klms. Not good,mostly highway,rotated ,however the agessive sealed road surfaces in NZ probably
had a bearing the tyre wear.Another set fitted . Show details
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Nicolas
Nicolas
 

Very fragile

Today, after 1 hour of dirt road under rain, I ended with 3 flat tyres out of 4, 2 with rock punctures in the middle and the other one just got porous in the middle...

Tyres were 1 year old and performed well 5-10 times over the same dirt road, but they just don't handle dirt road and humidity.

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Rob
Rob2 posts
 

Mix these tyres at your peril

Just replaced two of these tyres as a replacement for the 224/75/R16 AT/AS tyre. Goodyear said Adventurer was direct replacement. However the side walls are a lot stiffer (higher speed rating) and when mixed with OE fitted AT/AS tyres the effect is alarming. The car (Jeep Grand Cherokee) moves around and feels very nervous. I am now fitting another pair so all four are the same. Also the stiffer side wall produces a resonance and bounce not noticed on the original tyre. Time will tell but not convinced so far. That said well priced

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Hughesie
HughesieThe Mallee, VIC18 posts
 

Good in the Aussie desert country

A great tyre at a great price. Excellent in the wet on roads but good when you go in sand. Let’s face it, that’s what we want. A true dual purpose 4WD tyre. I drive a single cab Ranger and live near the desert country of NSW and South Oz. My vehicle is an excellent 4WD but I don’t want massive mud tyres on it

Try a set of Goodyear’s, top value

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Maryanne
MaryannePerth6 posts
 

Good tyres and value for money

We are surprised about how quiet these tyres are, in fact they are quieter than the original tyres were from new. They apparently have a 90,000 km warranty provided that are professionally checked and aligned and kept to 40psi. We have had the tyres now for 10 months and we are very happy.

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Hal
Hal
 

Do not stand up to the Australian dirt roads

Kited the Prado 150 for outback dirt conditions Simpson Desert etc. First on bitumen in greasy and wet conditions is excellent, but first problem; only did under 3,000 km and had a West Australian rock straight through the bottom tread. With 11k km mainly on outback roads then on bitumen, all was fine except Queensland Cape York did some dirt and tracks all worked fine until a slow leak in one rear and then puncture in other. Both tires had numerous tread splits and after some more dirt the other two followed. In a little over 12 months and 30,000km all 5 tires are shot.

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Bill
BillPerth, WA4 posts
 

Tyres perform well off-road and on the highway

I am on my second set of Goodyear Wrangler All-terrain Adventure tyres fitted to our 150 series Prado. These tyres are the LT (light truck) ones ie LT245/70/17. I have had them down to 12psi on very soft sand where they give excellent traction and I regularly run them between 38 and 42psi on the highway. Recently we returned from a 10,000km trip through the Kimberley including the Gibb River Road. At times we were on very rough tracks and sometimes just rock and yet we have never had a puncture with these tyres. They are very tough, good wearing and work in a range of situations. The only terrain I haven't tried them in is mud.

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Force
ForceJindera3 posts
 

Best on the Market

My first set of AT Adventure's after running AT/SA for a long time without any hassles, and was warned off the Coopers due to massive balance issues people have. The tyres have now done 20,000 on my new Colorado & they are not even quarter worn. They have been rotated at 10,000 as per warranty. Tyres are on track for 80K +. That includes 3 trips to Bourke pig shooting, no punctures or failures.

Have now fitted a set of Duratrac's for the winter based on the performance of the Adventure as I will be doing a lot more off road work.

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Timmy2Dogs
Timmy2DogsSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts
 

90,000km and STILL GOING STRONG

LOVE THEM!

Probably fairly close to 50/50 on/off road and having done 90,000kms so far and still only at half tread I'm really happy.

A little rougher a ride than the AT/SA Silent Armour I had on previously but highly durable and reliable.

Running them on a 2013 D-Max at 38psi front and 39-40psi in the rear. Quite often with a decent weight (800-900kgs) in the back and or a trailer behind (float or camper).

Honestly they wear square and run true.

Highly recommend them

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DavoSays
DavoSaysCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC4 posts
 

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