Cheap All Terrain Tires That Don’t Suck

4 of the Best Cheap All Terrain Tires

If you’re hunting for cheap all terrain tires, but want something that offers solid value at a low price (not a low price and terrible performance) then you’ve come to the right place.

See below for our list of cheap all terrain tires that don’t suck.

So what exactly qualifies as a tire that doesn’t suck? Well, we have more than a few criterial. For starters, they should be from a reputable brand. Second, they should come with some sort of a warranty and ideally a treadwear milage warranty. It doesn’t have to be an impressive number of miles either. We just like brands to back their tires with a warranty. Usually the higher mileage warranties come from premium brands that cost a lot. And to be clear, this isn’t a list f the best off-road tires, but ones that are good AND cheap.

 

1. Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015

Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 Review

We hate to give away everything right up front, but let’s face it, that’s what you’re looking for. And that said, you’d be hard pressed to beat the Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015.

Amazingly well-rated with lots of grip and really good on-road dynamics as well, perhaps most impressive is the fact that this Geolandar comes with a 60,000 mile warranty.

Wait, scrap that, the BEST part about these tires is the price. Starting at just $87 a tire, they’re stupid cheap and you’d be crazy NOT to pick up a set.

 


2. Kumho Road Venture A/T 51

 

At the other end of the price spectrum (but really not that far away) these Kumhos start at just over $100 per tire. They comes with a solid 55,000 mile treadwear warranty and have one feature the Geolandar above does not. They are certified as true winter tires, so if you want an all-terrain tire that’s not just passable but actually GOOD in winter climates, then spend the extra cash on the Road Venture A/T 51.

 


3. Milestar Patagonia A/T Review

 

Simple tires that get the job done. The Milestart Patagonia A/T isn’t amazing off-road or on-road for that matter. The warranty is decent with a 50,000 mile limited treadwear warranty. Made by Chinese brand Nankang, as Chinese tires go these are a solid option and a rare one we’d recommend.

Plus, they do cost less than $100 a piece!

 


4. Falken Wildpeak A/T3W

cheapest off-road tires

Finally, here’s a fourth option for a cheap all terrain tire that doesn’t suck. One of the most aggressive off-road tires on this list, it also matches the Kumho tire in that it features the Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake symbol, signifying that it’s a true winter tire, according to the Rubber Manufacturers Association.

A bit less ideal on-road that some of the others, if you’re looking for more off-road use then this is a great option. And considering their off-road capability, we’re impressed by the 55,000 mile limited treadwear warranty.

Price: $88 Per Tire

 

Where to Buy Cheap All Terrain Tires?

If you’ve perused much of this site you’ll know we’re partial to two online retailers. Generally we don’t love eBay and Amazon. You can get some great deals at both, but it’s hard to know if you’re buying from a trusted source. And we don’t recommend taking a chance on your tires. That said, we’ve had nothing but great experiences with Discount Tire and Priority Tire. Discount Tire stocks pretty much every big name brand, and while Priority Tire is lesser-known we love that they give online access to some of the smaller bargain brands.

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