goodyear Wrangler AT/ADV
The versatile All-Terrain tyre with the toughness of Kevlar® to go off-road at a moment's notice
- Confident grip to help stay in control of the journey
- Tough and durable tyre for off-road driving performance
- 37% better mileage performance than the average of tested competitors**
Kevlar® Reinforced Layer*
Resist punctures and cuts for confident off-road driving.
Offers toughness and helps resist cuts in the sidewall area.
Optimised tread design
Even pressure distribution across the footprint for improved mileage.**
Enhanced biting edges
Biting edges create more traction between the tire and road surface, providing confident Grip and Braking.
Open shoulder blocks
Helps to evacuate mud from the tread, improving off-road traction
*Kevlar® is a registered trademark of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company
**Driven on front and rear axle, compared to the average performance of 3 competitor designs in SUV/ 4x4 segment. Tested by Dekra in Dec 2016 by order of Goodyear. Test Car Toyota Hilux 2.4- 4x4, tire size 265/65 R17 112T/S. Test location: Dekra Testing Center (FP01B), France. Report/Test ref. 16CPB34-389, Wear limit = 1.6 mm for all grooves. Front Axle, Wrangler AT/A is 49% better and on rear Axle Wrangler AT/A is 25% better than average of competition, therefore average is 37% better than average of tested tyres.
- Kevlar® Reinforced Layer*
- DuraWall Technology
- Optimised tread design
- Enhanced biting edges
- Open shoulder blocks
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goodyear Wrangler AT/ADV Sizes & Labelling
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- 245 - The width of the tyre in millimetres
- 45 - Profile height of the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the width
- R18 - The diameter of the wheels inner rim in inches
- 91 - The load index indicates the maximum load the tyre can carry
- V- The speed rating indicates the maximum speed for the tyre