Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT Tire Overview

Nowadays the automotive market industry focuses on the making of off-road vehicles, mainly light trucks and SUVs.

Those who are using the trucks and SUVs need to change the tires every time based on the terrains. To avoid this problem tire manufacturers, focus on creating all-terrain tires.

If you have these types of tires for your vehicle you can handle any terrain conditions with good performance.

To reach these needs Goodyear comes up with a wrangler tire in their lineup, known as Wrangler TrailRunner AT. It is an all-terrain, all-season tire usable throughout the year in mostly all the conditions.

It is mainly designed to deliver rugged off-road performance with On-road driving capability for the owners of light trucks, SUVs, jeeps, and crossovers.

Goodyear Engineers upgraded this all-terrain tire to perform on roads and most vehicle owners use this tire on streets and highways.

Goodyear Wrangler Trailrunner AT Tire Reviews

Features of Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT Tire

Wrangler TrailRunner AT featured with tougher all-season and all-terrain tread compound with an optimized tread pattern to reduce the noise coming from outside when driving on the highways.

A Rubber Compound used in the Wrangler TrailRunner AT tire is helpful to use the tire in the summer and winter seasons.

The Larger Interlocking blocks in the tread design of the tire also help to increase the durability on both on and off-road surfaces and offer longer life.

The tire also featured with unique saw-tooth design along with the spies with various angles that help to improve the grip on wet surfaces and also added traction in the light mud, gravel, dirt, and grass.

The same set of saw-tooth edges also performs in snow, ice, and off-roading on hard-packed surfaces and gives enough traction and grip.

The tire-stepped shoulder design also adds extra traction and grip for the tire when driving in the deeper mud and snow conditions.

Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT Performance

Dry Traction:

The Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT tire gives good dry road performance. It provides enough traction than normal driving and decent traction and braking distances.

Overall, this tire can’t satisfy in this category of tires but better performer compared to other competitors' tires in this class.

Wet Traction:

Goodyear focused on the wet performance of the tire than dry traction. It delivers better-wet performance.

It provides enough grip and traction, the edges around the tread blocks of the tire offer excellent performance. The acceleration of the tire is also good and you can drive at high speed even in the corners also.

The Aqua planning resistance of the tire is also excellent and provides good stability through water patches.

Overall, the tire gives good wet traction in this class of tires.

Snow Traction:

Due to its tread design and rubber compounds in the tire design, it can have enough traction and cut the biting edges helping to handle the light snow conditions. Overall, the snow performance of the tire is good but it doesn’t meet the perfect winter tire.

Off-road traction:

The Wrangler TrailRunner AT performs well in off-roading and works like what you expected from an off-road tire. This tire can handle harder rocks, mud, dust, and dirt areas with its improved traction.

Price:

The estimated Price for the Wrangle TrailRunner AT starts from $120per 15-inch tire to $290per 20-inch tire.

Warranty:

Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT comes with a 55,000-mile tread life limited warranty and offers Goodyears 30-days replacement under this warranty, you can return or swap the tires within the time period.
The tire uniformity guarantees for the first year or first 2/32-inch of treadwear free of cost. It also comes with the brand’s limited warranty; it covers defects in materials and workmanship for 6-years from date of purchase or 2/32-inch of treadwear under the pro-rated replacement basis.

Pros and Cons:

Pros:

Dry and Wet traction and Handling On-roads
Better ride quality in this class tires
Good Off-road traction and grip
Good Mileage Warranty

Cons:

Poor Snow and Ice traction

Conclusion:

The Wrangle TrailRunner AT is an all-terrain tire that works in off-road conditions where it is mandatory but the off-road traction is also less extreme. It can handle lighter off-road situations with excellent stability due to its contact patch.

Overall, this tire is not a complete all-terrain tire in this category but it can meet the requirements of daily drivers.