Cooper Discoverer A/T3 Sport

The new Cooper Discoverer A/T3 Sport, an all-terrain 4x4 tire, is the latest premium product launched by Cooper Tire Europe. Designed specifically for the European market, the A/T3 Sport is available now in a range of sizes for light trucks and sport utility vehicles.

Manufactured in Europe, the Discoverer A/T3 Sport is a 60% on-road and 40% off-road tire developed for optimum performance across varied terrain and in all conditions.

Introduced to replace the Discoverer A/T3, the Discoverer A/T3 Sport boasts a modified tread pattern to reduce road noise and improve handling. The initial lineup will include 21 sizes with 30 additional sizes being introduced later this year.

This tire replaced the Cooper Discoverer AT3 and this tire has been replaced by the Cooper Discoverer AT3 Sport 2 SUV.

Dry Grip 95%
Wet Grip 85%
Road Feedback 83%
Handling 87%
Wear 87%
Comfort 98%
Buy again 90%
Snow Grip 75%
Ice Grip 60%

Tire review data from 4 tire reviews averaging 84% over 50,020 miles driven.

The Discoverer A/T3 Sport is ranked 11th of 66 All Season All Terrain and Off Road tires.

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Questions and Answers for the Cooper Discoverer AT3 Sport

2021-06-07 - Are these tires handed as just had a set fitted and went through some bad rain with standing water on road and found Ranger aquaplaning quite a bit. Will get the geometry checked but was wondering if there is a certain rotation on these tires?

I don't believe the AT3 Sport is directional or asymmetric and can be mounted in either direction. Even if not, given the tread pattern I don't think it would affect the aquaplaning performance of the tire.

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Top 3 Cooper Discoverer AT3 Sport Reviews

Given 96% while driving a Dacia Duster 4x4 (215/70 R16) on a combination of roads for 3,000 spirited miles
I did a lot of tests on this tire, it is perfect for a light SUV (see tests on Dacia Duster Trails & Technical on FB). The tire is an upgrade on the US variant. It is great as an AT for a car that is light and depends on surface traction.

Its better than the BFG KO2 in many respects. It has great traction on all surfaces except rain on mud where it does slips left right, but most AT tires do that. If its just mud with no rain, then it is good enough and above KO2. It is excellent on asphalt, does not raise fuel consumption and breaks great in wet.

See below a FB link to a chart for ATs I did:
Helpful 161 - tire reviewed on June 30, 2017
Given 81% while driving a Land Rover Freelander (195/80 R15) on a combination of roads for 20 spirited miles
Like most all-season tires, the Discoverer AT3 Sport has great snow performance in the first year, not so much further on. It is a well balanced tire with above average on-road performance and good off-road performance. Fuel consumption is very low, the lowest I ever got (in 18 years with this car) was with these tires. Noisier than a road-biased tire, but not intrusive. I would recommend these tires to anyone with a small to medium sized SUV.
Helpful 49 - tire reviewed on November 9, 2020
Given 80% while driving a Land Rover Freelander TD4 (BMW M47R) (195/80 R15) on a combination of roads for 47,000 easy going miles
These are hands-down the best all-season tires I have ever had. I have previously had: 2 sets of Goodyear Wrangler HP, Michelin Latitude Cross and some others, and the Coopers beat them in every way. They have very good dry grip but some oversteer on wet roundabouts. Exceptionally comfortable (done a 3000mi trip in pure comfort). These are not dedicated snow tires, so they cannot compare to a winter tire. They have had very good grip on snow the first year I had them, but later on not so much. Ice is not their forte. The one thing they really excell in is the wear. This is very important to me because I do a lot of road trips. I have driven 47.000 miles with these tires and there is still 6mm of thread! I have decided to replace them however, as I am going for larger rims.
Helpful 13 - tire reviewed on November 23, 2022
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