Milestar Tires Reviews

If you’ve never hear of Milestar Tires, you’re not alone. But does that necessarily mean this is a brand to avoid?

For starters, Milestar Tires isn’t a fly-by-night operation. It’s actually a division of one of the world’s largest tire companies, Nankang Rubber Tire Co. Ltd. based in Taipei, Taiwan. And with 35% of the company’s revenue coming from North America, it sells a lot of tires here.

Milestar Tires offers six unique tire options for light trucks, SUVs and crossovers including the Patagonia M/T, Patagonia A/T, Patagonia A/T W and Patagonia A/T R.

Milestar also offers the Grantland and Grantland AP tires. The Grandland is an all-season tire designed for use on-road by light trucks and SUVs. The Grantland AP on the other hand adds more wet weather capability.

Back in the all-terrain category, the Patagonia A/T offers all-season performance with all-terrain capability and is designed for light-duty trucks and SUVs. The A/T W model features the Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake logo, meaning it is certified as a true winter tire as well.The A/T R is what Milestar calls a rugged-terrain tire. It’s designed for use in rocks and gravel and features tread designs to withstand that type of punishment. It’s designed for all-seasons but is not a certified winter tire.

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Finally there’s the Patagonia M/T which is Milestar’s most extreme off-road tire and looks it. Designed for use on everything from rocks to mud, it’s built with a tread design to keep you moving, and tire materials to withstand the punishment.

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Who Makes Milestar Tires?

Milestar Tires is sub-brand of the larger Nankang Rubber Tire Corporation. They are manufactured by Nankang although distribution in North America is handled by TIRECO.

How Long do Milestar Tires Last?

The tread life of each Milestar tire is unique and while many come with manufacturer tread life warranties, ultimately it depends on how you drive and if you follow proper rotation and inflation procedures. Tire life ranges from 40,000 miles all the way up to 80,000 miles

Milestar Warranty

Below is a list of each Milestar model that is available with a tread life warranty, as well as the specific warranty length.

Streetsteel – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

MS775 Touring SLE – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

MS70 All-Season – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

Steelpro MS597 – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

Steelpro MS597S – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

MS932 XP+ – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

Weatherguard AW365 – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

Patagonia XT – 40,000 mile tread life warranty

MS932 Sport – 50,000 mile tread life warranty

Patagonia A/T R – 50,000 mile tread life warranty

Patagonia HT – 60,000 mile tread life warranty

Weatherguard AS710 (H and V Speed Ratings) – 70,000 mile tread life warranty

Weatherguard AS710 (T Speed Rating) – 80,000 mile tread life warranty