Milestar Grantland Tire Review
A budget truck or SUV tire, the Milestar Grantland is unique in that it doesn’t have any off-road pretension.
- Stupid cheap!
- Not a bad warranty
- Don’t try using it off-road
Milestar’s spec sheet for the Grantland tire is about as simple as they come. Anyone who has spent any time reviewing tires (let alone years) will tell you just how complex they are. After all, it’s the one thing that connects your entire vehicle to the road. Without good tires, all the Bluetooth streaming audio and self-driving features are pretty useless.
In short, the tire has three, wide, closely packed circumferential tread blocks that give it stability and ok dry weather on-road grip. The ribs between each line of tread help to shed water and prevent hydroplaning while the tread block is more sturdy than a conventional passenger car tire to account for the loads a modern crossover, SUV or light truck will put on it.
It does come with an 50,000 mile warranty, which is reassuring – especially as the tire’s UTQG rating is just 460 (indicating it doesn’t have a long wear life).
As an additional benefit, the tire is offered in a wide variety of sizes for SUVs and in LT sizes for light trucks. As mentioned, it’s not designed for off-road use. If you do need an all-terrain tire and are hunting on the budget end of the price spectrum, Milestar also offers the Patagonia AT at a reasonable price.
Regardless of everything the Grandland does offer, it’s price says pretty much everything you need to know about it. Starting at around $75 per tire (mind you, that is for a 15-inch tire that pretty much fits zero vehicles these days) an old adage comes to mind: if it’s too good to be true… it is.
So don’t expect a lot from this tire, but if you’re strapped for cash and you need some new rubber, that’s why tires like the Milestar Grandland exist.
Milestar Grantland Price
Pricing for the Milestar Grantland ranges from roughly $75 per tire for a 15-inch size and goes up to just over $180 per tire for a 20-inch sizes.
Milestar Grantland Warranty
As a budget all-terrain tire, Milestar offers a solid warranty to help take away any fears you might have from buying from an an unknown brand. The
Unlike some all-terrain tires, the Patagonia A/T does come with a limited treadwear warranty, and at 50,000 miles it’s a solid one too. While impressive, it’s not overly surprising, as brands will often use a strong warranty to help consumers, like you, overcome any worries about buying a tire from a relatively unheard of brand.
Milestar Grantland Sizes