Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure

The Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure is a All Terrain and Off Road All Season tire designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4s.

Tire Reviews

Dry Grip 85%
Wet Grip 83%
Road Feedback 71%
Handling 76%
Wear 78%
Comfort 68%
Buy again 63%
Snow Grip 83%
Ice Grip 80%

Tire review data from 8 tire reviews averaging 76% over 194,137 miles driven.

The Wrangler All Terrain Adventure is ranked 25th of 50 All Season All Terrain and Off Road tires.

Reports

Latest Tire Test Results

2022 Tire Reviews All Terrain Tire Test - 3rd of 9 tires

  • Positive - Very good in the wet grip tests, best in dry handling with short dry braking, very good on dirt, low noise.
  • Negative - Low aquaplaning resistance, average gravel performance.
  • Overall - The Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure looks like it would struggle on the road with its blocky tread pattern, but it was exceptional in the dry and wet grip tests. It was also fine on gravel, very good on dirt, had low noise levels, good levels of comfort, and one of the most enjoyable tires to drive! The only drawback was its limited aquaplaning resistance and average rolling resistance, but we'd definitely fit it. Highly recommended, this is one of the best all round tires on test.

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2017 Drive Out Off Road 4x4 Tire Test - 1st of 7 tires

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2022 Tire Tests

  • 3rd: 2022 Tire Reviews All Terrain Tire Test (275/65 R18)
  • 2017 Tire Tests

  • 1st: 2017 Drive Out Off Road 4x4 Tire Test (265/65 R17)
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    Top 3 Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure Reviews

    Given 72% while driving a Nissan Terrano II (225/45 R17) on mostly motorways for 44,000 average miles
    No exposure to snow and icw in South Africa but need replacement after 74000km! Aquaplaned baddly near the end of their life but I suppose thats normal. Handles well in soft sand and corrugated roads. Will buy again.
    Helpful 60 - tire reviewed on June 23, 2019
    Given 100% while driving a Land Rover Defender (235/85 R16 Q) on a combination of roads for 130 spirited miles
    Best tire I have had on my deffender
    Helpful 26 - tire reviewed on August 17, 2020
    Given 89% while driving a Honda 1998 cr v 2.0L (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 50,000 average miles
    Good handeling on gravel with very exceptional stopping power. Braking is good on tarmac. Handles well on wet surfaces and slides a bit on puddles. Works well in the mud. Stopping is very good and I'm happy with they way this tire handles in dry and wet conditions. I find these tires to be very comfortable and smooth.
    Helpful 13 - tire reviewed on August 13, 2021
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    Latest Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure Reviews

    Given 68% while driving a Ford F 150 (275/65 R18) on mostly town for 12,000 average miles
    Solid all round tire for grip, but incredibly uncomfortable. It's to be expected from a load range E truck tire, but there's a noticeable shift at around 65-70 mph where the tire goes from a comfortable, smooth drive, to getting very flightly and unstable when hitting any sort of irregularity in the road. For example, hit a bump while on a freeway ramp, and you can feel the entire front end jump over a bit. Also, going over anything but the perfect surface on the freeway, you can feel the entire truck shaking.
    As for grip, they're just alright in basically every condition. I've never gotten stuck, or had any major issues, but if I wanted, I could easily break traction at any second. On ice, they struggle like any non-studded, non-winter will, but they're manageable with 4WD. In the dry and wet, they're uneventful and have never caused me to lose confidence in my traction. They're on a half-ton truck, so there's nothing uneventful or spirited with them. If anything, the wet traction is impressive given how they handle pulling a 3500lb boat and trailer up a slick, steep, wet boat ramp covered with weeds and algae without even a hint of losing traction.
    I don't think I'll get these again simply because of how rough and terrible the ride is, particularly at higher speeds. Plus, there's zero reason for an E tire on a half ton. If I exceeded the load of a 116T tire, I've exceeded my payload by over 1000 lbs. Additionally, the fuel economy penalty is noticeable. I average about 1-2mpg less than what the truck is rated for consistently with these.
    Helpful 0 - tire reviewed on September 15, 2022
    Given 80% while driving a Land Rover Defender (255/60 R20) on a combination of roads for 7 spirited miles
    Have those Goodyear's on my LandRover Defender P400 SE X- Dynamic!
    Helpful 0 - tire reviewed on September 12, 2022
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    Given 57% while driving a Toyota Hilux 4x4 2020 lg 50 (245/75 R16) on mostly country roads for 48,000 average miles
    tires have worn out prematurely they have worn evenly but at 48000 klms are unroadworthy the rubber has become brittle and tires are chipping my son has dura techs which have done 90000 klms and are still roadworthy and the rubber is still pliable.
    Helpful 10 - tire reviewed on January 9, 2022