The cheapest off-road tires might not be the best, but if you’re rolling on a budget, then “best” might be out of your price range.
We never recommend buying used tires, just don’t do that… no matter how good the deal seems. So instead, here are 10 affordable off-road tires you can check out.
With retailers (online and in-store) offering different prices, you’re likely to be able to buy any of these tires for pretty much the same price, so check out the list below, but we advise you to not look at cost alone.
10. Provider Entrada AT
Provider might be better known for making trailer tires, but that doesn’t mean the Entrada AT is no good. While it’s a budget tire from a mostly unheard of brand, it features a modest 40,000 mile treadwear warranty and comes highly reviewed from consumers.
Price: $104 per tire
9. Kumho Road Venture A/T 51
One of just two tires on this list that retail above $100 it’s also one of the few name brand options. A bonus of this al-terrain tire is that it’s also a certified winter tire and features the three peak mountain snowflake symbol. It also comes with a solid 55,000 mile limited treadwer warranty and is one of the most well-rounded offerings on this list.
Price: $103 per tire
8. Milestar Patagonia A/T
It’s not much to look at but it gets the job done. Plus it comes with a 50,000 mile limited treadwear warranty. It’s also the first tire on our list to start at less than $100.
Read our full Milestar Patagonia A/T Review
Price: $96 per tire
7. Trailfinder All Terrain
Never heard of Trailfinder tires? You’re not alone. Built for some light off-road capability on a real budget, at least it comes with a 45,000 mile limited treadwear warranty.
Price: $95 per tire
6. Westlake SL369
Getting even more affordable is the Westlake SL369. With an aggressive tread pattern it’s available in a wide variety fo sizes from 15-inch to rare 21-inch sizes.
Price: $92 per tire
5. Laufenn X Fit AT
A surprise for a budget-focused all-terrain tire, the Laufenn X Fit AT doesn’t try and be too many things to too many people. Instead it’s proud to be an all-terrain tire and while it does sacrifice some road manners and noise, it makes up for it in capability. In case you don’t know, Laufenn is a sub-brand of Hankook. It’s also a true winter capable tire and features the three peak mountain snowflake symbol on the sidewall.
Price: $93 per tire
4. Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10
Another “name brand” tire making the list, the Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 is surprisingly affordable and built to withstand serious off-road use. Available in 15-inch to 18-inch sizes
Price: $91 per tire
3. Falken Wildpeak A/T3W
A real bargain, the Falken Wildpeak A/T3W comes in at under $88 a tire. And its not just the price that makes it a bargain, as it’s built with plenty of features for off-road grip, while also retaining impressive on-road manners. Definitely a stand-out on this list. Plus, it receives the Rubber Manufacturers Association’s Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake symbol so you can run it all year round, no matter where you live.
Price: $88 Per Tire
2. Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015
How does a Yokohama tire wind up as the second cheapest off-road tire you can buy? We’re stumped too, but don’t let that stop you from picking up this bargain. Built for off-road traction and true winter use it gets one of the best treadwear warranties on this list 60,000 miles.. It also comes highly rated by owners.
Price: $87 Per Tire
1. Atturo Trail Blade A/T
The cheapest off-road tire you can buy… it beats out the competition by a dollar? So is that worth the savings.
Price: $87 per tire
How to Buy the Cheapest Off-Road Tires
For starters, don’t just look at the price. Retailers are always offering deals, and manufacturers are always offering rebates, so while a tire might be $10 more, you could get a while set for less than you expect. Take into account a lot of factors, from what your priority is (on-road or off-road) as well as winter performance and warranty.
What to Look for in a Good All-Terrain Tire
It all depends on what you really want out of it. Are you willing to sacrifice off-road grip for on-road comfort? Or vice versa? Would you take some diminished all-terrain capability for added road manners and long life? Once you know that we recommend looking for brand names you trust – and ones we trust and recommend.
What is the Best Off-Road Tire?
To a certain extent, this is a loaded question. It really does depend on the type of off-roading you’re doing and how much on-roading you do as well – because there are some amazing dedicated off-road tires that are so bad on-road that you just wouldn’t want to live with them. That said, for a well-rounded tire that delivers exceptional off-road capability, look no further than the BFGoodrich T/A KO2. If we had to recommend a few others, we also suggest you check out the Cooper AT3 4S, the Toyo Open Country AT2 and the Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015.
Should You Buy Used Tires?
As mentioned earlier, we don’t recommend buying used tires. There are numerous reasons, but we really can default to just one. Read through all the reviews on this site and you’ll discover something that’s repeated over and over again: tire warranties only apply to the original owner of a tire. And a lot of these warranties last for up to six years. So, if you buy tires second-hand, and you have an issue, then you’ll be paying out of pocket.
And looking at prices of the tires listed on these pages, there really are some affordable options. If there’s one piece of advice we can give you to convince you to pay for quality, brand-name tires it’s this: when you’re driving, no matter if it’s a minivan, a Ferrari, on a race track or a Jeep going off-road, your tires are the only thing keeping you (and your family) connected to the earth.