Bridgestone Dueler A/T 001

The Bridgestone Dueler A/T 001 is a tough all-terrain and all-season tyre that doesn't compromise on its on road capabilities.

Tyre Reviews

Dry Grip 90%
Wet Grip 92%
Road Feedback 87%
Handling 88%
Wear 90%
Comfort 85%
Buy again 94%

Tyre review data from 6 tyre reviews averaging 89% over 21,550 miles driven.

The Dueler A/T 001 is ranked 2nd of 24 Summer Premium Touring tyres.

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Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
11/0 R15 109S   E A 73 17.20kgs
205/70 R15 96T   E C 72 10.25kgs
225/70 R15 100T   E C 72 12.04kgs
255/70 R15 108S   C C 73 15.08kgs
265/70 R15 112S   E C 73 16.39kgs
215/75 R15 100S   E C 72 11.78kgs
235/75 R15 105T   E C 72 13.46kgs
235/75 R15 109T XL   C C 72 13.46kgs
195/80 R15 96T   E C 72 10.49kgs
215/80 R15 102S   E C 72 12.32kgs
7/0 R16 114N   E E 72 17.91kgs
215/65 R16 98T   E C 72 10.74kgs
215/70 R16 100S   E C 72 11.43kgs
235/70 R16 106T   E C 72 13.62kgs
245/70 R16 107T   E C 72 14.38kgs
255/70 R16 111S   E C 73 15.80kgs
265/70 R16 112S   E C 73 17.35kgs
265/70 R16 112T   E C 73 17.35kgs
275/70 R16 114S   E C 73 18.04kgs
225/75 R16 116S   C B 72 16.37kgs
265/75 R16 116S   E C 72 17.74kgs
205/80 R16 104T XL   E C 72 12.35kgs
215/80 R16 103S   E C 72 12.89kgs
235/65 R17 108H XL   C C 72 13.92kgs
255/65 R17 110T   C C 73 15.79kgs
265/65 R17 112T   E C 73 16.86kgs
245/70 R17 110S   E C 72 15.11kgs
265/70 R17 115R   C C 72 18.36kgs
255/55 R18 109H XL   C C 73 14.23kgs
255/60 R18 112T XL   C C 73 15.72kgs

Questions and Answers for the Bridgestone Dueler AT 001

2018-10-27 - You have the Bridgestone Dueler AT 001 marked as a summer tyre, but it looks from on-line videos as though it has a 3PMSF symbol on the wall. The Bridgestone UK site has it under summer tyres, but then says it has 'All-season performance'. Are you able to clarify if this is a 3PMSF All Season tyre. Also being an All Terrain tyre how does that impact the winter capabilities?

Just because it's marked with the mountain symbol, doesn't mean it's a "good" all season tyre. I believe this test should show you how 3PMSF marked AT tyres perform compared to full all season tyres!


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Dueler AT 001 Prices

Size Price Range  
205/70 R15 £86.09 - £103.50 (11 Prices) Compare Prices >>
215/70 R16 £100.49 - £113.48 (8 Prices) Compare Prices >>
255/65 R17 £116.09 - £124.14 (11 Prices) Compare Prices >>
265/70 R16 £111.79 - £136.61 (18 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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Latest Bridgestone Dueler AT 001 Reviews

Given 76% while driving a Hyundai ix35 (215/70 R16) on mostly town for 5,000 average miles
Feel like reviewing the new set on my family member's car. A vast improvement over Michelin Latitude tour HP tire. Bridgestone really did ameliorate an all terrain tire to such extent I was surprised even as an enthusiast. I do feel a certain obligation to review it. - Dry and Wet handling: wouldn't say I noticed the difference in dry grip compared to Michelins, same wheelspin off the start, however I do feel like the handling has been so much sharper even on overly high profile. High speed driving was a breeze although it's a little twitchy but it is a combination of high profile and S load rating the latter which had H load rating. Irregardless of that loads up quite nicely and reacts to steering input fairly close to the level of high performance tires. Heat delivery is the same as previous Michelins with slightly more flex of the tread blocks which made me nervous at high speeds but still more input is better than less in my opinion. In the wet they, one-sided, performed better but balance in handling was veered to understeer, not as badly though in that it wasn't vexing or cumbersome. Overall it is with only slight tendencies to understeer but in comparison to Michelins it had a higher limit so it made the chore of driving more satisfying. Shame no rating for snow and ice grip but I rate it as third grade. Wheelspin machine basically but it still handled nicely in turn meaning it will help you if the roads get really cold, snowy and slightly icy but I do not recommend. - Feedback: for what it's worth it is decent. Definitely communicates, surprised me even that it did. Electric power steering, high profile and dull chassis shouldn't be extracting anything out of it but it did. A super light steering was given slightly more resistance which meant that the steering wheel needed less micro-corrections, much firmer bite. Also reacts to inputs pretty well so quickly even especially when it gets some heat on it. Braking is a bit numb though for some reason but it wasn't unbearable, I already know the car's brake bite points. Only negative is that because the steering is super light it introduces major bump-steer which annoyed me but it is part of feedback; it may be the tire blocks itself but sometimes there is some vagueness present when tires heat up. I wish it communicated better though, it is only above average and I'm used to medium-low profile tires coupled with higher performance so I'll rate it based on that perspective which is a 7/10, strong rating given the category of this tire. It must be fun driving off road with it but this car never sees it. Only on rare occassions. - Comfort: in this category these type of tires perform more or less the same except this one. This is definitely a stiffer tire and it transfers low frequency bumps from the suspension quite harshly, only way to soften it up is to drive through irregularities and minor cracks quickly. I respect Bridgestone as always for making any type of tire with stiff as all sidewalls. I feel better lateral stability and better changes in yaw when cornering, pretty much say goodbye to body roll. Comparable to on my Audi the former Turanza T001 except this is a sturdier and safer tire. Noise is slightly lower than Latitude tour HP. - Wear: 8k kilometers in and it's not worn 1 mm. It is probably going to be a hard wearing tire so no disappointment there. It's still in its initial life however even 40k kilometers would be satisfactory. Overall: definitely an upgrade in almost all fields but comfort although in spite of that it's so much superior. It also appearance wise looks cool and sturdy much better looking that boring Michelin Latitude tour HPs. A tire of this caliber being fairly close to high performance tires is a good step up and I'd recommend it. Mild annoyance I found was that the little rocks it collects in the tread blocks but the rest is fine. A tire providing off road capability and some sportiness.
0 - tyre reviewed on September 7, 2021   
Given 91% while driving a Nissan Terrano II (/80 R15) on a combination of roads for 7,500 average miles
This is an excellent tire for a 4x4 off-road as it scores good or excellent in all areas. I have this car for 28 years more than 400,000 km with improvements in suspension, brakes and power. I have always used mixed tires as I am looking for a good level on dry and wet roads and off road. He had used three sets of Pirelli Scorpions behind which he was very happy, however these bridgestone At 001 are over the top. Of the more than 12000 km made between 1500 and 2000 have been on forest tracks and mountain off Road. Dry roads go really well and allow to maintain a high limit in curves within the possibilities of the car, also good braking. The noise and comfort are good. In the wet, it distances itself from the old Pirelli, especially in curves and in hydroplaning, which were the fair points that were not bad for the Pirelli. Under braking it responds convincingly, maintaining performance far superior to typical mountain tires. Once you enter the off-road, the performance is still very good, especially on tracks and roads or less broken or with a lot of gravel. In rocky and even sandy areas it maintains a commendable performance. Its weakest points that are not bad as it comes out correctly are the deep mud (more than 30 cm of mud) and the wet grass where it goes something more just but gently pulls. Finally in snow in the race it is not as good as the winter tires of my saloon (goodyear performance +) but it drives quite well and maintains a satisfactory grip both in the corner and in dodging or braking. Unless you go very fast it is an all time not a winter one. I have not tried it on ice or on snowy forest tracks. In conclusion I will buy it again. And it is ideal for an all-terrain or suv that wants to do all-road off-road and winter with the same tire because it has its strengths but very importantly it does not fail at anything
0 - tyre reviewed on September 3, 2021   
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Given 100% while driving a Isuzu DMAX (255/65 R17) on mostly motorways for 5,000 average miles
Looked long and hard for the right tyres for my 2016 isuzu d max I need a tyre that grips every where I go. But as I do around 500 mile a week I need a tyre that will give me everything. And I have found them. AT001 very good all round.
94 - tyre reviewed on January 11, 2020   
Given 86% while driving a Honda HRV (205/70 R15) on a combination of roads for 4,000 average miles
I drive these on winter only, just to switch from the Potenza S001 I drive on summer. They are great on snow and ice, also in handling. Recommended for mild winter conditions with long dry periods and freezing temperatures. If dry breaking is a priority on freezing temperatures, go AT001. If snow braking is a priority, go DM-V1.
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27 - tyre reviewed on December 11, 2019