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Accelera IOTA ST-68

49 reviews

From 56 £ pcs.
BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO2

17 reviews

From 185 £ pcs.
Pirelli Scorpion Verde

79 reviews

From 96 £ pcs.
Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport

63 reviews

From 112 £ pcs.
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Off-road tyres for every season

Find the perfect 4x4 or SUV tyres and travel safely in all weather conditions

4x4 summer tyres

They handle great both on sunny and on rainy days. Maintain full control over your vehicle not only on the motorway, but also off paved roads.

4x4 winter tyres

Irreplaceable for driving in challenging conditions and in low temperatures. Travel long distances without a hassle, even when the road has a layer of snow and ice.

4x4 all season tyres

It is a guarantee of performance whatever the season and whatever the weather. Enjoy a comfortable ride whether it's a winter cold and snow, summer heat or autumn rainy weather.

What off-road 4x4 tyres should I choose?

The wide range of 4x4 tyres means that every driver can find a model that meets their individual needs. Depending on whether you drive more in the city or spend more time off-road, choose the tyre that meets your needs.

AT tyres

The AT, or All Terrain, models are all-terrain tyres (50% off-road-50% on-road) with universal use. Your 4x4 vehicle can easily handle both long distances on asphalt and light off-road. Despite its tread and off-the-road design, this type of tyre excels at meeting the expectations of drivers who also need a reliable option for everyday driving. These are just some of the advantages that AT tyres offer.

MT tyres

MT - Mud Terrain stands for off-road tyres that can cope with even the most extreme off-road terrain. They are much more suited to sandy or muddy terrain than to long journeys on tarmac. MT tyres are extremely durable and their traction is influenced by their specific construction and tread pattern, which is characterised by large blocks. If less than 20% of the routes you travel are on the road, then these offroad tyres are for you.

HT tyres

4x4 HT tyres are an excellent choice for drivers who occasionally get off the paved roads. You won't get stuck on a boggy forest path or stuck in mud on a dirt road with these tyres. They are also resistant to damage, thanks to their reinforced construction. The main use of HT models, however, is on roads (at least 80%), where you can travel safely in various conditions. HT tyres are quieter and more economical compared to models with typically off-road characteristics.

SUV tyres

SUVs are more and more often chosen by drivers. Due to the weight and power of these cars - especially the 4x4 versions - the selection of the right tyres is very important. The best tyres for an SUV must not only matche the size, but also to the load index and speed rating - consult the vehicle handbook for recommended ratings. Tyres for SUVs are ideal for use on paved roads and in a cityscape.

Off-road tyres calculator

Not sure which tyre size to choose? We have put together an off-road and SUV tyre converter that converts the metric size to inches. The metric notation gives the tyre width in millimetres, the profile-to-width ratio in percent and the rim diameter in inches. . Our 4x4 tyre calculator will help you make the righ choice!

Off-road tyres calculator

Standard marking: 29x9 R17
Total tyre height: 720 mm Total tyre width: 225 mm

4x4 tyre reviews from our clients:

  • Raj 4.4

    Michelin Latitude Cross

    Good tyres for mix highway and light off-road. Good grip on wet. These may not last as long as other brands tyres but this is a compromise of extremely good grip on wet surfaces. As a light off-road tyre it is a very good grip, not best self cleaning on muddy ground but wouldn’t expect anything better from a 50/50 tyre I use them on my Nissan Navara and again very happy (25k miles annual) these will last me minimum of 2 seasons See more >
  • Simon Broddle 4.6

    Continental CrossContact ATR

    Early days for these tyres, they've only got 2,000+ miles on them. Under spreadsheet analysis I am losing around 1.8mpg from the previous tyres which I am happy with. There is no more noise than the previous tyres which is great. On wet roads when you touch white lines they can be skittish but perhaps that's me. They certainly roll at lower psi but offer good off-road ability. Need to be kept around 40psi which means they sit nice. It's a nice compromise. They look great on the Subaru Forester and all in all I am very pleased indeed. Saw them being used extensively in BC & Alberta in Canada and Utah & Arizona in the US on Foresters and all the owners were very pleased so figured I'd give See more > them a go. I'd buy them again, no worries.
  • Dayana Maltese 4.1

    Falken WPAT01

    Tyres don't look as impressive on pick up as on screen but they are good looking anyways. Handles well on the city, on wet road, on bunny roads too, just a couple of times have skid but the steep road is always very wet and slippery even with other more expensive tyres than this one. Overall is good, I wish treads were bigger for a more chunky looking. See more >
  • Dougal 4.9

    Cooper Discoverer A/T 3

    These tyres are not for climbing kerbs or posing on the motorway or driveway. Genuine hard working tyres for general off road got to get there driving. Excellent grip in muddy wet conditions, wet turf slopes as well as on gravel tracks and snow. Handle towing well too. Good value for money. Asked if they look good, don't care! They were bought because I don't want to walk home so I equip my pickup not to get stuck! See more >

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