Atturo AZ850 Review

Atturo is best known for its off-road truck tires, but the brand also offers a street-focused high performance option for SUVs, crossovers and even sport trucks.

Pros

  • Impressive dry grip and cornering
  • Solid selection of sizes
  • Incredibly affordable

Cons

  • Tread life
  • Lack of mileage warranty

The Atturo AZ850 definitely has the looks of a performance tire, with five circumferential tread sections and four grooves to ensure water evacuation – and no hydroplaning. With an asymmetric tread design, the outside section of the tread features larger tread blocks designed to offer not just more grip, but also better support under cornering. As for the inside tread blocks, they’re slightly smaller and feature additional contours to evacuate water. These contours also work to reduce road noise.

Overall, the AZ850 is built for modern luxury crossovers that have a higher focus on performance, such as the BMW X5 or Acura MDX. The center tread rib is designed to give the tire a stable highway ride and a solid on-center feel.

Atturo says it uses a unique rubber compound for the AZ850 that’s designed to improve rolling resistance. While that term is often used to denote better fuel economy, it also applies to tire life, as tires with better rolling resistance (less friction) don’t build up as much heat and therefore last longer. That’s reassuring as the tire’s 320 UTQG rating indicates it will wear relatively fast. As no tread life guarantee is offered, we expect these to get 30,000 to 40,000 miles – which seems low until you see just how affordable a set is.

Of note, the AZ850 is available as a run-flat option, which will allow for up to 50 miles of driving (when flat) at speeds up up to 50 mph.

We should also point out that these are true supper high performance tires and not intended for use in winter or colder temperatures. They’ll really transform the grip of a modern utility vehicle in dry conditions, but when the weather changes, make sure to then swap on some more conventional all-seasons or, ideally, a set of winter tire.

Atturo AZ850 Price

The Atturo AZ850 retails for roughly $120 per tire and goes up to approximately $210 per tire, making it an extremely affordable option for a modern luxury or performance crossover.

 

Atturo AZ850 Warranty

The Atturo AZ850 does not come with a treadwear warranty. Of note, the AZ800 (a very similar tire) is backed by a 40,000 mile treadwear warranty. All Atturo tires are covered by a standard limited warranty. Atturo will replace any tires found to have a defect in materials or workmanship for free, if defect is found before the first 2/32-inch of tread is worn. After that wear rating, Atturo will replace the tire on a pro-rated basis. Atturo’s warranty only applies to original owners with proof of purchase. Owners must cover the cost of┬ámounting, balancing and taxes.

 

What Vehicles Does the Atturo AZ850 Fit on?

  • Acura MDX
  • Audi Q7
  • BMW X5
  • Buick Enclave
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Land Rover Discovery
  • Mercedes GLE-Class, ML-Class and R-Class
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Saab 9-7X
  • Subaru Tribeca
  • Volkswagen Touareg

 

Atturo AZ850 Sizes

18-inch tires

235/60ZR18
245/50ZR18
255/55ZR18
245/50RF18
255/55RF18

19-inch tires

235/55ZR19
245/55R19
255/40R19
255/50ZR19
265/50ZR19
285/45ZR19
255/50ZRF19
255/50RF19
285/45RF19
285/45RF19

20-inch tires

235/40R20
235/45R20
255/50ZR20
275/40ZR20
275/45ZR20
315/35ZR20
275/40ZRF20
275/40RF20
315/35ZRF20
315/35RF20

21-inch tires

265/40ZR21
275/45R21
295/35ZR21
295/40ZR21

22-inch tires

275/35R22
275/40ZR22
285/35R22
295/30ZR22
315/30R22
335/25R22