General Tire Reviews
While most tire brands are best known for their passenger car tires and their truck tires are more of a side business, General Tire has had its best success when it comes to selling owners of trucks, SUVs and crossovers.
And with the massive industry shift in North America away from sedans and into crossovers, General Tire is a growing concern. Plus, with affordably-priced options and a great tire warranty even on its off-road tires, General tires are a solid option for those who value, well… value!
A division of Continental Tires, General Tire is focused on off-road tires and with a smaller product lineup, it’s simple to understand. And rather than have different sub-brands for their off-road tires, all models fall under the Grabber umbrella.
First up is the Grabber A/T X.
The Grabber X3 is a mud terrain tire that prioritized off-road over on-road performance. Plus, if the tread pattern didn’t say enough, the raised red lettering makes it really stand out.
The Grabber APT has a less aggressive tread pattern, which in part results in a quieter on-road operation. It’s also built for year-round operation in all weather conditions.
Finally, the Grabber AT2 is available. It’s a durable all-terrain tire with a rugged yet simple design. Built to minimize on-road noise, it features a unique self-cleaning tread design and is rated for severe weather, including snow.
More than just all-terrain tires, General Tire also offers a full lineup of more on-road capable rubber, including several options for modern light-trucks, SUVs and crossovers. Included in this list is the Grabber HTS60 review below.