Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure Tire Reviews In 2021

By David Barlow
Last Updated: August 7, 2021
Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure review

Goodyear is one of the world’s largest tire manufacturers. The brand’s tires are famous for high durability and performance in all road and weather conditions. 

Recently, the company added Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure to their all-terrain lineup. The tire is specifically engineered for drivers of vans, trucks, and SUVs. It inherits many great features from its predecessors and also enjoys some improvements in design as a latecomer. And that’s what we’ll look at in this Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure review.

First is the addition of a Kevlar layer which significantly increases the tire’s durability by providing resistance to cuts and punctures. With this new feature, this tire is dependable for off-road driving. 

Besides, Goodyear uses Durawall technology to provide the tire’s sidewalls extra toughness, making it even more durable, just like with other tires made by the company.  

Besides, the LT sizes of the Goodyear Wrangler AT Adventure tire are designed with 30% more high-tensile steel and two layers of Kevlar, making it an ideal tire for snow weather. 

Another enhancement that Goodyear did with this tire is the more complicated symmetric tread pattern, providing better grip when driving on wet surfaces. It also helps improve traction on various road conditions such as rock, sand, and light mud.

Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure Review: Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Good traction in light snow, rain, light mud, and rocky surfaces
  • Exceptional tread life
  • Excellent durability and toughness
  • Decent handling and braking for an all-terrain tire
Cons
  • Limited performance on deep mud
  • Emitting noise when driving at high speed

Tire Drive Test

It seems that Goodyear has put a lot of effort into the making of this Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure tire. Having bought and used this tire for off-road trips, I think this tire is one of the best all-terrain tires in its price range. With the Kevlar layers, you will feel comfortable and safe to drive on rocky road surfaces. 

There is no need to worry that the tire would be cracked or punctured. Additionally, Goodyear offers a 60,000-mile warranty for this tire. 

There is a small drawback, that is, the tire does produce noise at high-speed drive. But it is completely acceptable since it is not particularly designed for high-speed performance.

Its traction, handling, and braking are very good on light terrains such as sand, dirt, grass, and shallow mud. That makes it a trusted companion for those who choose to go for a getaway to campsites, fishing spots by the lake, or even low mountain areas on a nice day off. 

I have used this tire to drive in snowy weather, and it amazed me by how responsive its braking and handling were, even when I accidentally drove on black ice. 

Although  its handling can be slightly shaky when facing deep mud or heavy snow, this tire has an impressive performance during rain.  And you should remember that this is an all-terrain tire designed for various surfaces, not a specialty tire made solely for one type of road condition.

In conclusion, Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure is a very well-made tire. It is easily one of the best all-terrain tires, especially for off-road driving. Its ruggedness, durability, handling, and comfort make it a bargain for its price.

Treadlife Warranty:6 Years / 60,000 Miles Half mileage for rear if different size than front
Uniformity Warranty:First 1/32″ of wear
Workmanship & Materials Warranty:6 Years / Free replacement first year, 2/32″ or 25% of wear, then prorated until 2/32″ remaining depth
Manufacturer’s Road Hazard Warranty:None
Manufacturer Special Warranty:None
Additional Information:(1) Exchange for a different Goodyear brand tire

15″16″
LT 31X10.50R15LT 215/85R16LT 245/75R16
LT 225/75R16255/70R16
235/70R16265/70R16
LT 235/85R16265/75R16
245/70R16LT 265/75R16
245/75R16LT 285/75R16
17″18″
235/70R17LT 245/75R17255/65R18LT 265/70R18
235/75R17255/65R17255/70R18275/65R18
LT 235/80R17255/70R17265/60R18LT 275/65R18
245/65R17265/65R17265/65R18LT 275/70R18
245/70R17265/70R17265/70R18LT 285/65R18
LT 245/70R17LT 265/70R17
245/75R17LT 285/70R17
19″20″
255/60R19265/50R20LT 275/65R20
LT 265/60R20LT 285/55R20
275/55R20LT 285/60R20
275/60R20LT 305/55R20

Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure prices range approximately from $240.99 to $276.99Tire Rack

  • Avon AX7
  • Pirelli Scorpion ATR
  • Goodyear Wrangler AT SA Plus
  • Pirelli Scorpion All Terrain Plus
  • Hankook DynaPro ATM RF10
  • Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac

Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure Ratings By Consumer

Wrangler All Terrain Adventure Ratings By Consumer
Dry
96%
Wet
92%
Snow
76%
Comfort
88%
Noise
88%
Treadwear
96%

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    Judah

    These tires were a replacement for my stock tires, which had lost all tread after 25K. These tires are a far better choice than the stock tires. They look great and have a wonderful feel for the roads. They are great for driving me to and from work, no matter what the weather. They’re great on ice and snow. I can’t wait to take them up north for some camping this year. These tires are great and I recommend them to anyone who is looking to upgrade to a better tire. It is worth upgrading if you are willing to tolerate a bit more tire noise. You can!

    February 17, 2021

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    Isaac

    After having had too many bad experiences with the OEM Fortera HL tires on my Grand Cherokee, I purchased these tires. These tires had a tendency slide on snow and ice, especially when stopped. They have proven to be superior in bad weather and are excellent on dirt roads as well as in mud. These tires have been a huge help in snowfalls, and the jeep has performed well in the snow. These tires are off-road tires and can be louder or more harsh on the highway. However, I found that they ride much better than my old tires. I also noticed no difference in road noise. This tire is great for SUV drivers who use their SUVs off-road and in snow/ice.

    October 17, 2020

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    Titus

    The tires were suitable for use on snowy driveways and seasonal roads. They were ready for use within a week and performed well in snow conditions of 18 inches. I was able to drive straight through the bank of snow at the driveway’s end without any problems. My driving is mostly city-to-highway and I don’t notice any instability or increased noise. So far, I am very happy.

    May 16, 2020

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    Tanner

    These were purchased for a Ram 2500. The ride is very similar to stock for a truck that is meant to tow. They were only installed for a few short months in Central Texas, during several storms. They are great on both wet and dry surfaces. Winter: I can’t give a rating because of winter use. This set would be a great replacement.

    February 12, 2020

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    Francisco

    When we bought these tires, we knew that they would compromise gas efficiency and a quieter ride to provide better traction in the harsh winters and wet springs. We are very happy with the choice and are pleased by the ride quality. We drive an average of 2500m per month and calculate our gas mileage every time we fill up. The increased tread and grip strength of the tires led to a slight decrease in gas mileage of 2 miles per gallon. This was still a small sacrifice as we were able to drive smoothly on snow, ice and rain-covered roads. We highly recommend these tires.

    February 1, 2020

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