Yokohama Tire Reviews
The Geolandar name is synonymous with off-road performance and Yokohama has numerous different versions of its capable and rugged tire.
The Geolandar GO55 is designed for crossovers and SUVs, while the H/T GO56 is also suitable for those same vehicle types and for proper trucks. Offering more off-road capability is the A/T GO15 and the the Geolandar X-AT with increasing levels of off-road capability. The MTG003 offers a mud terrain alternative, while the Geolandar X-MT offers Yokohama’s ultimate grip in mud.
Two additional tires that are available in the light truck segment include the YK-HTX, which is a highway terrain tire similar to the H/T G056, and the Parada Spec-X, which is a true performance tire for high-performance luxury SUVs.
In addition to these tires, Yokohama also offers two specific winter tires. First, there’s the iceGUARD iG51v (could they make these names any more confusing?) designed for trucks and more traditional SUVs. Second, there’s the new iceGUARD G075, which is designed for modern crossovers. It promises plenty of grip on snow and ice, long life and a reasonable price.
In fact, we’re generally surprised that for the tier-one capabilities Yokohama tires offer, they’re often priced more affordably than you’d expect.
Yokohama Tire Reviews
Yokohama Milage Guarantees
ADVAN Apex V601 – 25,000 miles
GEOLANDAR X-AT – 45,000 miles
GEOLANDAR A/T G015 (LT-metric and High Flotation sizes) – 50,000 miles
GEOLANDAR H/T G056 (LT-metric sizes) – 50,000 miles
GEOLANDAR X-CV YK-HTX (LT-metric sizes) – 50,000 miles
ADVAN Sport A/S+ – 55,000 miles
GEOLANDAR A/T G015 (P-metric and Euro-metric sizes) – 60,000 miles
YK740 GTX YK-HTX (285/44R22) – 60,000 miles
AVID Ascend GT – 65,000 miles
AVID Touring-S – 65,000 miles
GEOLANDAR CV G058 – 65,000 miles
GEOLANDAR G055 – 65,000 miles
GEOLANDAR H/T G056 (P-metric sizes) – 70,000 miles
YK-HTX (P-metric sizes) – 70,000 miles
Tornante (H- and V-speed rated sizes) – 75,000 miles
Ascend LX Tornante (T-speed rated sizes) – 85,000 miles
Are Yokohama tires any good?
In many segments, Yokohama makes some of the most capable, highest performance, most reliable tires on the market. One of the world’s true tier-one brands, Yokohama competes directly with Michelin, Bridgestone, Goodyear, Pirelli and others. When it comes to light truck tires, Yokohamas offerings like the Geolandar sub-brand are less extreme than many and so they don’t get quite as much praise, however, they are often better suited to the needs of most drivers.