Hankook Dynapro M/T

The Hankook Dynapro MT is a All Terrain and Off Road All Season tyre designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4s.

This tyre has been replaced by the Hankook Dynapro MT2.

Tyre Reviews

Dry Grip 83%
Wet Grip 75%
Road Feedback 70%
Handling 68%
Wear 83%
Comfort 58%
Buy again 75%
Snow Grip 85%
Ice Grip 65%

Tyre review data from 5 tyre reviews averaging 73% over 81,060 miles driven.

The Dynapro M/T is ranked 31st of 48 All Season All Terrain and Off Road tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2016 All Terrain and Off Road MT Tyre Test - 5th of 10 tyres

  • Overall - The Korean company continues to impress - their tyres performed well in the last two tests, and that says a consistently high quality of their products. This time, Hankook impressed on the asphalt and gravel, and if not for the relatively low strength of the sidewalls, they would have taken a place among the leaders of this test.
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2016 Tyre Tests

  • 5th: 2016 All Terrain and Off Road MT Tyre Test (265/75 R16)
  • Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
    318/80 R17 129Q REP       38.34kgs

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    Size Price Range  
    265/75 R16 £160.99 - £243.10 (8 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    Available in 5 tyre sizes - View all.

    Top 3 Hankook Dynapro MT Reviews

    Given 79% while driving a Holden Rodeo Dual Cab 4x4 Ute 3ltr TD Auto (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 30,000 spirited miles
    I've been driving 4x4's now for over 25 years (about 2 million K's) and usually ONLY use BFG's as here in OZ, if your Tyre fails you, you may die out there...
    Something to think about?
    As this is just a "work" truck I decided mainly on price at the time to get these Hankook MT's

    I am impressed with the lack of noise, the wet and dry grip on bitumen is amazing and the life seems very good too.
    I've done 40,000klm so far with about 20,000klm left in them and that's very good considering how heavily loaded the Ute is, and how hard I drive it... "After all, Time is Money"

    Would I recommend these MT's. Absolutely. An outstanding Tyre for the money.

    Have a nice Day.

    From the Land of OZ.
    Helpful 18 - tyre reviewed on May 5, 2017
    (265/75 R16) on for 0 miles
    use 265x16hankook dynapro mt on 4x4permanent landcruiserstationwagon 66%tared road 33% gravel road loaded average at least 50 %. Still get slow punctures on running surface of tyres ,not on sidewalls, and always backtyres (4×4 traction) . Highly improvement compared to other used before. Dry / wet grip handles good. +_ 30 000km now and patern still ok. Hope that if the new sealguard-technology by roboter coated inside rubbermass on runningsurface is implemented by hankook
    have this problem also sorted out. Seen the many using these tyres it is worthwile trying .





    Helpful 10 - tyre reviewed on August 26, 2016
    Given 91% while driving a Chevrolet Suburban (285/70 R17) on mostly motorways for 60 average miles
    I bought a set of the hankook dynapro mt tires in Feb of 2012, I run them on a 04 1/2 ton 2wd suburban with a locker. I have gotten good traction all around, on the road, off the road. I rotate them every 5000 miles when I do my oil change. I am currently running the same tires with with an estimated 5-10,000 miles left to go worth of tread. Currently have over 60,000 miles on them. Starting to get a little uneven wear....But wow! These tires where Worth the $200 a piece I paid for them. I would definitely buy them again.
    Helpful 6 - tyre reviewed on February 20, 2017
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    Latest Hankook Dynapro MT Reviews

    Given 86% while driving a Ford Expedition (285/75 R16) on mostly country roads for 17,000 spirited miles
    I have been running 285/75/R16 Hankook Dynapro MT tires on my 2.7 ton 1997 Ford Expedition for 5 years now. Almost immediately after buying them, I had the tires siped i.e. cuts about 5-7mm deep made with about 5mm step onto the tire (the edges of the tread were not cut to maintain good directional habits for the tire). In summer, the grip was awesome compared to street or All Terrain, in some situation where the former tires warranted 4wd, the Dynapro Mud Terrain was still good in 2wd, especially on grass or gravel. In shallow mud, the 4wd made the vehicle unstoppable. On streets I essentially got the stability of a train. Not kidding, my record for the vehicle keeping a lane without me touching the wheel at 40mph is about 2.8km. No problems on tram lines, no issues when tracks have been worn into the asphalt. I have never managed to get these tires to aquaplane, no matter the speed or rainfall. I can also ignore all speed bumps and humps. I can still tell what each of my wheels are doing and can still feel the paint on the pavement through the tires and suspension Traction on snow and ice was markedly improved after getting the tires siped. I did, and now I've been running siped tires for 5 winters in Eastern Europe. Works perfectly well in loose on in packed snow, even on ice, albeit better in 4wd. It have even used the car to pull trees from the forest in deep snow. In the same snow a Subaru XV on regular Nordic winter tires had real trouble. One year in snowy conditions I briefly had one of the tires on the rear axle siped while the other was not siped, The result was that I was only able to move in 2wd thanks to the limited slip in the rear, so great was the difference in traction between siped and unsiped. Siping is absolutely necessary to run these tires in snow, on ice and generally in winter. The main downsides are fuel economy and noise. I went from 17.5L/100km to 20L/100km in city by switching from 265/70R17 street tires to these. The tires are most economical at or below 50 mph. At 75-80 the fuel economy rises to 20L/100km on highway. As for noise, similar numbers apply. For newer tires with more tread, about 50mph is the maximum you want to do. With more wear 55-60mph can be tolerated. Beyond 65mph the noise becomes deafening. Overall, I think for general purpose and off road, this tire size and this tire in particular is perfect for this vehicle, or a vehicle in similar size or weight. I now have about 25k kilometers on the tires and I can see them lasting at least 15k more before they lose their good traction in snow and muddy off road.
    Helpful 2 - tyre reviewed on June 4, 2020
    Given 42% while driving a Holden Colorado Utility (225/45 R17) on mostly country roads for 34,000 spirited miles
    Great tyre, when new. Mine are now 2 years old and I’m not sure what’s gone on but I think the compound has hardened. Whilst tyre life (in terms of kms) is great, they are now down right dangerous in the wet. Understeering on damp roads, the back now steps out around every corner at slow speeds, I am not game to try at high speeds. Will not buy again.
    Helpful 2 - tyre reviewed on June 16, 2019
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