Welcome to our General Grabber AT2 reviews today; we will learn the basic information and outstanding features of this tire.
‘The Grabber AT2 tire might be no stranger to drivers of SUVs and trucks. Produced by one of the leading companies in the tire industry-General Tire, this tire is to the 2nd generation. Despite being introduced to the market for a long time, these tires still keep their heat, and you can find them almost anywhere.
Overall, the most striking feature of the Grabber AT2 tire is traction to the road. This is clearly shown through the design of the tire. Despite its high-performance off-road design, the tire can still be used on the street with a comfortable driving experience.
Now we come to the detailed features of this tire.
The first thing that catches your eye at the sight of the tire is its strong tread. This thread is the factor that makes the tire stand out from other brands. The manufacturer creates the tread blocks and additional traction edges, and multiple sipes around the tread to maximize the ability to tick to tough surfaces such as snow, mud, and slush.
The tire is designed to handle snowy pavement as it satisfies all of the same standard conditions as a professional vehicle. The AT2 allows you to install metallic studs. So you can be confident the car can handle the worst roads, even snowstorms.
Some off-road tires make a loud noise while on the road. However, that is not the case with AT2. With its computer-optimized intelligent slot-block design, the AT2 gives you gentle movements on the road.
General Grabber AT2 Reviews: Pros and Cons
General Grabber AT2 Test Drive
We highly recommend this product. The AT2 tire is on top when it comes to traction. Your car will perform well on all types of terrain, from a small snowstorm to a blizzard of 18 inches. When driving on ice, it also performed impressively, which we consider a really great advantage. Handling and stability are good too.
In terms of noise, the tire delivers a moderate noise, not too loud. You can completely use it for normal roads.
But when at high speeds on highways, the noise is quite loud compared to some normal tires. However, this is understandable and acceptable.
The AT2 has tougher sidewalls, which makes it a little harder to drive.
After using it for a while, we jump to the conclusion that the grip on wet roads is okay, not the best.
AT2 has extremely good treadwear. So it comes with a very good warranty. You will get a six-year or 60,000-mile warranty.
A 6-year warranty will cover damages in materials and workmanship. You will be completely renewed within the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear.
In a nutshell
This is the end of our General Grabber AT2 reviews. The tire is a really quality product for those who are fans of off-road driving. This is a leading brand, so you can completely trust it for the quality.
|Treadlife Warranty:||6 Years / 60,000 Miles (1) Excludes LT and flotation tires Half mileage for rear if different size than front|
|Uniformity Warranty:||1 Year / first 2/32″ of wear (1)|
|Workmanship & Materials Warranty:||6 Years / Free replacement first year or 2/32″ of wear, then prorated until 2/32″ remaining depth (1)|
|Manufacturer’s Road Hazard Warranty:||None|
|Manufacturer Special Warranty:||45-Day or 1st 2/32″ Customer Satisfaction Trial(2)|
|Additional Information:||(1) Repair voids warranty (2) Whichever comes 1st,purchase 4 exchange for another set of General.|
|LT 235/75R15||LT 35X12.50R15|
|215/65R16||LT 245/75R16||LT 235/80R17||265/70R17|
|225/75R16||255/70R16||LT 245/75R17||LT 285/70R17|
|235/70R16||LT 265/75R16||255/65R17||LT 315/70R17|
|LT 235/85R16||LT 285/75R16||255/70R17||LT 33X12.50R17|
|245/70R16||LT 295/75R16||265/65R17||LT 35X12.50R17|
|LT 315/75R16||LT 305/70R16|
|255/55R18||LT 275/65R18||LT 275/65R20||LT 33X12.50R20|
|255/60R18||LT 275/70R18||305/50R20||LT 35X12.50R20|
|LT 265/70R18||LT 33X12.50R18|
Grabber AT2 prices range from approximately around $88.99 – $194.99 – Tirebuyer
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