Atturo Trail Blade MT Review

While hardly a household name, Atturo is growing its brand in the truck and SUV segment and the Trail Blade MT is one of the tires that’s helping it do just that. In fact, it’s been race tested in short track dirt racing (TORC and LOORRS) where it’s competed against the big boys, and won!

PROS

  • Extra-big sizes
  • Bargain price
  • Impressive 3-ply sidewall construction

CONS

  • Not as capable as some competitors

Atturo Trail Blade MT Features

Looking at the tire tread itself, the Trail Blade MT is designed to meet its purpose head-on. For starters the tread is extra deep to deliver as much grip as possible in loose dirt and mud.

The unique design of the two rows of center tread blocks is built to deliver additional edges for maximum traction, while also helping to minimize road noise.

The outer tread blocks on the tire’s shoulder help give additional grip on softer terrain, while the alternating pattern helps the tire grip, even from the side.

READ MORE: Atturo Trail Blade XT Review

While the Trail Blade MT is a more budget-focused tire, we’re genuinely surprised to report that it comes with a 3-ply sidewall on all LT sizes. This will help prevent side-punctures from sharp rocks – something that plagues 2-ply mud terrain and all-terrain tires.

Tires like the Trail Blade MT are far less expensive than a lot of the “name brand” mud terrain tires on the market and won’t really compete with them, however, they are still quite capable and vastly less expensive. Perhaps the biggest fault we have with this tire is the limited number of sizes available at the moment.

The Atturo Trail Blade MT is manufactured exclusively in Thailand.

 

What Vehicles does the Atturo Trail Blade MT Fit on?

  • Chevrolet Silverado, Colorado, Avalanche, S10, Blazer, Tahoe
  • Dodge Ram, Dakota, Durango
  • Ford F-150, Ranger, Expedition
  • GMC Sierra, Canyon, Suburban
  • Nissan Titan, Pathfinder
  • Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Liberty
  • Land Rover Range Rover
  • Toyota FJ Cruiser, 4Runner, Tacoma, Tundra

 

Atturo Trail Blade MT Price

Quite affordable as far as Mud-Terrain tires go, the Atturo Trail Blade MT starts at just $140 per tire for a 16-inch fitment and goes up to roughly $375 per tire for a 22-inch fitment.

 

Atturo Trail Blade MT Warranty

While the Trail Blade AT and XT come with mileage warranties (50,000 miles and 45,000 miles respectively) the MT does not come with any such warranty. It does, however, come with a standard warranty that covered three years against defects in the tire. That warranty is not transferrable.

In addition, if the tire exhibits a defect during the first 2/32nds of an inch of tread wear it will be replace at no charge (except install).

 

Atturo Trail Blade MT Sizes

16-inch Tires
LT265/75R16
LT285/75R16

17-inch Tires
LT265/70R17
33X12.5R17LT
35X12.5R17LT

18-inch Tires
LT275/65R18
33X12.5R18LT
35X12.5R18LT

19-inch Tires
255/55R19

20-inch Tires
LT285/50R20
33X12.5R20LT
35X12.5R20LT
37×13.50R20LT

22-inch Tires
33×12.50R22LT
35×12.50R22LT
37×13.50R22LT