Dunlop Grandtrek A/T3
Dunlop Grandtrek AT3 Reviews (newest first) - Page 1
while driving a
(235/60 R17 H) on
mostly country roads
Fitted onto BMW X3 2.0d 2006.
I had Michelin Primacy 3 on previously (magnificent tyres - probably the best I've ever driven on on any car).
My requirements were
- AT tyres that fit the X3
- Up-sized by about 3% (235/55 to 235/60 or 225/(60 or 65))
The X3 drives pretty much only on tar in everyday life, but I wanted AT tyres for when I do go off-road (which I do from time to time when travelling), and I wanted a bit of a tougher tyre. I couldn't find a suitable highway-terrain tyre either.
I drove a long trip recently, and the tyres feel great. They're comfortable, grip well, feedback well, etc. The only downfall is that they're a bit noisy (as compared to road tyres), but it is to be expected. I drove a little gravel as well, and they felt perfect. I have absolutely no complaints, and they were very cheap.
I get 8mm extra height (and you notice it), and the speed is now about 100% accurate to GPS speed, which is nice. The car feels perfect with this up-size.
I would recommend these tyres on a 1st generation X3 if you plan on going off-road. Else, stick with the road tyres.
while driving a
Isuzu Trooper 1997
(245/70 R16) on
a combination of roads
Excellent onroad grip for an All Terrain type tire. Grip in wet is ok, as long as it's not on wet glass smooth cement (like what some car parks and driveways have) then the tires have no grip at all. Good feedback because of the reinforced sidewalls. It's mounted on a Trooper so we don't really push the handling too much, but it's decent. Good comfort, For an AT type tire they are actually pretty quiet, they only get noisy when worn down to past the tread wear indicators. We've been using a similar tire (Dunlop AT2) ever since the Bridgestone Dueler HT tires that came with the car wore out. On our 2nd set of AT3's.. Will definitely buy again.