Yokohama Geolander A/T G015

The new GEOLANDAR A/T G015 will be available in sizes ranging from 15 inches to 20 inches from July 2016

The GEOLANDAR A/T G015 was developed to support the active vehicle lifestyle of drivers by delivering superior performance on any road surface under any weather condition. The use of an optimized tread pattern and new compound increases the tyre's wear performance and traction performance on wet and snow-covered roads.

Dry Grip 83%
Wet Grip 80%
Road Feedback 74%
Handling 77%
Wear 80%
Comfort 85%
Buy again 80%
Snow Grip 81%
Ice Grip 73%

Tyre review data from 22 tyre reviews averaging 79% over 339,040 miles driven.

The Geolander A/T G015 is ranked 9th of 20 All Season Premium Touring tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2022/23 Best 9 All Terrain Tyres - 5th of 9 tyres

  • Positive - Excellent in the wet with short wet braking, good handling and high aquaplaning resistance, best comfort on test, low noise.
  • Negative - Limited grip in the dry and on gravel, high rolling resistance.
  • Overall - The Yokohama Geolander AT G015 is probably the most road biased looking AT tire in this test, and it had a performance to match its looks! It was one of the best in the wet, but did struggle a little in the dry. It was average off-road, but it was by far the most comfortable tire on test and had a low noise level. The real let down, as one of the newer tires on test, it had one of the highest rolling resistance levels, meaning it'll cost you more at the pumps. Still recommended though, a really good product for someone who only does light off roading.

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2018 Auto Bild SUV All Season Tyre Test - 7th of 10 tyres

  • Positive - Good lateral stability in snow, good in the dry, low noise.
  • Negative - Long braking distances in the wet and snow, high rolling resistance, low ride comfort.
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2022 Tyre Tests

  • 5th: 2022/23 Best 9 All Terrain Tyres (275/65 R18)
  • 2018 Tyre Tests

  • 7th: 2018 Auto Bild SUV All Season Tyre Test (235/60 R18)
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    2022-04-17 - I just bought the geolander AT G015 215/65-16 for my Dacia Duster 1.5 diesel. I wan to ask you how they perform in sand? What should I expect?

    The G015 is a mild all terrain tyre, so compared to a specific sand tyre or MT tyre it might struggle, but it will offer improved performance compared to a regular road tyre.

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    Size Price Range  
    215/65 R16 £88.89 - £113.30 (9 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    215/70 R16 £98.59 - £127.70 (6 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    225/70 R16 £111.00 - £128.90 (6 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    245/65 R17 £133.00 - £201.80 (15 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    285/70 R17 £188.99 - £239.80 (7 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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    Top 3 Yokohama Geolander AT G015 Reviews

    Given 59% while driving a Nissan Qashqai (215/65 R16 H) on a combination of roads for 4,500 easy going miles
    After 4500 km front tires look like they have 20000 km. Left tires heave deep cuts with only a few km off reading. Great snow traction. Overall a disappointment especially compared with Michelin latitude cross that I had for 65000km
    Helpful 225 - tyre reviewed on May 26, 2017
    Given 52% while driving a Dacia Duster 4x4 (215/65 R16) on a combination of roads for 6,000 average miles
    This is my update from December 2021. I will just summarize my experience with these tires.

    First year: Best tires i had. Excellent grip in every condition. 10 000 km in first year thread depth from 9.5mm to 8mm.

    Second year: Left with 20-30% of initial wet and snow grip and much harder tire compound. Dry grip still ok. OFF road grip still good but became very bad at the rocks especially in the wet(Almost like on ICE). Another 10 000 km in second year tread depth from 8mm to 7.3mm.

    Third year: Will I crash the car or throw them away. They are history. Bought New rims And went with AGAIN with YOKOHAMAS but mud terrain G003.

    Overall: I would NOT recommend them if you are not doing a lot of miles. They are very good when they are brand new but they deteriorates EXTREMELY FAST as you can see from my post.
    SIDE NOTE: GO15 is very good in the mud almost like MT tire but slippery on the rocks and this is not exaggeration.
    Helpful 78 - tyre reviewed on March 7, 2023
    Given 100% while driving a Porsche Cayenne Turbo (225/70 R16 H) on a combination of roads for 45,000 spirited miles
    I thought I'd share my fairly extensive experience of these tyres (I'm on my 4th set of them) vs other ATs on this useful site as there's not much info from other users. Having tried the old AT-S GO12, ATKOs, ATRs, 693s, some Dunlop things, AT2, even a set of MTs, with significant mud, lots of rain, gravel, and lots of fast road in various SUVs. So these are very much more civilised on road than the older generation of AT tyres could dream of being. They harmonically cancel out their own noise through clever tread pattern design and you honestly can't hear them over road noise. They are quieter than a UHP road summer tyre in many cases. These reveal more sipes and drainage cutouts as the blocks wear so they don't try and kill you when they're half worn like many do (ATKOs for example ) They are really very decent in the dry - just the slight initial roll-over of the large blocks separating them from road tyres. Even on a powerful SUV these will not feel cumbersome at all. Great at clearing water and these new compounds used in these latest gen tyres are very very nearly as good in snow and ice as a winter road tyre is! Plus wear is great too. You are paying a really minimal price to have genuine all terrain grip in your SUV over normal road tyres which are awful on anything more than a basic gravel forest track.
    They are grand off road unless you mean to crawl through a foot of deep claggy mud. If you want to crawl through a half foot of normal mud - they're spot on - I've done it a thousand times but in the ridiculous stuff the full MTs are better. As for whether other ATs are better off road - the AT2/3, ATKO and KO2 have more sidewall adhesion due to the big square walls and the rubber grippy bits on the sidewalls and this can help you cross a rut better...but this is a rare thing really and those are dire on the road by comparison to these. They are a shade better in really bad mud too but other than that these are a fully featured all terrain option that i've used for many thousand of miles of muddy fields and other off roading. MPG will take a slight hit compared to road tyres but compared to other ATs it's top class. I wish they looked a shade more badass, although they look much better on the car than they do online. I'm interested to try the latest 2019 Conti AT but other than that I feel these are the most advanced modern AT money can buy. I have used them on RAV4, Lexus RX300 and now even a Cayenne Turbo. I you want serious mud-clearing, rut-crossing ability the AT3 or ATKO2 will be better but they're not nearly as good at handling, wet braking, noise, mpg etc, but make no mistake the level of off-road you can do with these is more than most folks will ever need. For example, i will regularly climb 20degree off camber grass/mud slopes with these with a fully loaded SUV, or climb up a cambered sheet ice steep slope. When i get out to open the gate I can't stand up on the ice - but these then drive off no trouble at all...Completely recommended.
    Helpful 71 - tyre reviewed on September 9, 2019
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    Given 81% while driving a Land Rover Freelander 2 (235/65 R17) on mostly country roads for 2,000 easy going miles
    I've put few thousand miles on these now so feel I can review them properly. I'm on my third Freelander2 but this is the first one I've had Yokohamas on. These tyres were excellent in snow and ice, they're good in the wet and great in the dry. Compared to other a/t tyres I've had, they're quite and comfortable. I have found them a brilliant road & trail tyre, with only one real weakness, wet mud. These are a road oriented a/t tyre and wet mud or wet rutted tracks will result in a call to the local farmer (luckily, that's my father in-law).
    They're cheap, great on the road and adequate off it. BFGs they ain't.
    Helpful 1 - tyre reviewed on May 1, 2023
    Given 37% while driving a SEAT Ateca Xcellence (215/50 R18) on a combination of roads for 5,000 average miles
    Those were installed on my SEAT ATECA when I got stuck and needed tyres ASAP. First time I ever bought tyres without researching them. I wanted to stay on Vredestein Ultrac but the dealer didn't have any in stock and suggested these. I have to say it is by far the worst tyre I have ever had on any of my vehicles. Dreadful traction on dry and the stability control works overtime every time I try to start from a dead stop. Similarly bad traction on bends, even in the Cyprus summer when the road is at 50 degrees Celsius. Noisy and generally uncomfortable. However, I was surprised to find out they are not as bad on really wet roads. So on those two days per year when it rains hard in Cyprus, I should be OK. Other than that they are an accident waiting to happen so I ordered some Vredesteins and I am using my other car until they arrive so I can get rid of this garbage. I put up with them for about 10K as I drive a lot every day and was hoping they would "bed in", but they have to go. I won't even sell them as lightly used as they are truly dangerous, so I will be throwing away a few hundred Euro. Needless to say Yokohama is on my blacklist.
    Helpful 1 - tyre reviewed on February 13, 2023
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    Given 64% while driving a GMC sierra 1500 SLE (265/70 R18) on mostly motorways for 0 easy going miles
    On 2018 GMC SIERRA SLT 4X4 SHORT BOX. Disappointed with winter driving and handling, not to good on rolling. Sidewalls should have extra plies. Wouldn't buy again.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on January 20, 2023
    Given 100% while driving a Chevrolet Tahoe (275/55 R20) on a combination of roads for 7,000 spirited miles
    These tires are utterly amazing. I have the LT 10 ply rated tires on my Chevy Tahoe and they actually ride quieter and smoother than the 6 ply passenger tires I replaced them with. I use my SUV both on road and off on gravel roads to and from my cabin. These tires provide the grip and strength I need on gravel and the smooth ride on pavement. You won’t find a better LT tire for an SUV if you value strength with superior road manners.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on December 12, 2022
    Given 90% while driving a Nissan Arrmada (285/70 R17) on a combination of roads for 40 average miles
    I am on my second set of these on a Nissan Armada 4X4, I use to tow, some offroad, some snow, highways miles, rain, loaded. I have had 5 sets of tires on this and these are by far the best overall from being quiet down to the wear bars, even and long wear (40K miles), handling is good, grip in rain, snow and ice is very good. On-road performance was better than the OE tires which didn't last 25K miles and were primarily road tires. I put a set on a one-ton, diesel Dodge 4X4 pickup and they were great but wore very quickly, but grip remained very good and were very quiet on the highway. OK off road for a not very aggressive tread, but thats not where they shine. Overall handling was by far the best of the tires I had on this truck, but will need to go back to 10 ply tires if I expect them to go beyond 18K miles. To be fair, diesel Dodge 4X4's go through front tires quickly anyway.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on November 13, 2022
    Given 82% while driving a Skoda (215/60 R16) on mostly country roads for 1,000 average miles
    The Yokohama Geolandar G015 is a very good Tyre, he mixes a good performance on the Street and perfect in Offroad. We are at 246 meters above sea level, which means that a winter tire sees snow or ice for a maximum of 5 days at a time, most of the time it suffers from dry and warm conditions. Since I do agriculture, I often move off the road, where the Yokohama Geolandar G015 is very convincing. On the road, he drives calmly and especially when it's wet, very safe, he doesn't like it that dry above 25 degrees Celsius. If you are not a racing driver and often drive off-road, you can't go wrong with the tyre.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on November 11, 2022
    Given 74% while driving a Nissan Nissan Xtrail Techna T31 (225/55 R18) on a combination of roads for 17,000 spirited miles
    This is my second set of these tyres on my T31 xtrail. I live in a hilly rural area so I need tyres that'll perform well and not just look good. I tow a heavy caravan and the tyres perform very well, but I've found tyre pressures doing towing are critical. I also tow my trials bike trailer and to get onto events this means some quite tricky muddy/snowy off road driving and I've never gotten stuck yet and actually pulled stuck vans out of muddy bogs with no wheel slip. On road in the wet in two wheel drive they tend to slip but not once 4 wheel drive is engaged. At motorway speed in atrocious weather they give confidence and I've never aqua planned. Two main issues I've had are -: 1, stay clear of sharp rocky tracks as I've split two tyres walls, whilst being careful. 2, These tyres are on the soft side so don't expect high mileage before all the above efficiency is lost. So to summarize, great tyres when they are new but wear quickly and lose their performance hence I'm changing every 12 months.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on October 11, 2022
    Given 81% while driving a Ford F 150 (/65 R18) on mostly motorways for 20,000 average miles
    Extremely good in the wet and outstanding comfort, feel as good as my previous HT tires!
    Helpful 6 - tyre reviewed on September 6, 2022
    Given 53% while driving a Ford F 150 (/65 R18) on mostly motorways for 6,000 spirited miles
    Road noise is typical for an A/T tire - not super quiet but not unusually loud. Not the most comfortable tire - not a soft ride. Lateral control is acceptable, but these are not performance/racing tires. Wet/rain traction on take-off is absolutely horrible. I don’t trust the tires in rain. At first I thought because they were new, but after thousands of miles try easily spin at a moderate take-off and rear breaks loose in corners even under light throttle. I have not tried them in the snow at 6000 miles on, and WON’T be trying - I will replace them now.
    Helpful 8 - tyre reviewed on August 7, 2022
    Given 84% while driving a Land Rover Discovery Sport (235/55 R19) on a combination of roads for 500 easy going miles
    I come from a set of Pirelli Scorpion Verde allseason (very comfortable tire, 90% onroad 10% offroad), but the Geolandar is more grippy in soft/mid offroad. It gives a lot of confidence. Very quiet tire on highways, good feeling on wet roads. On asphalt in good conditions, it performs as a good road tire. In comparison with Pirelli, they are less comfy on bumps onroad, because the sidewalls are stiffer. Not a great performer on wet grass (as the 80% of the A/T tires). Good performance in winter, as a good snow tire. I will for sure buy it again. Great job from Yoko. This is a great all purpose tire with very good capabilities in mild offroad and great comfort onroad. Price very good too.
    Helpful 5 - tyre reviewed on April 22, 2022
    Given 93% while driving a GMC Yukon Denali (285/55 R20) on a combination of roads for 5,000 average miles
    The best of the best tires for my GMC Yukon Denali 2013. Better than any other brand which is twice as expensive.
    Helpful 9 - tyre reviewed on January 6, 2022
    Given 72% while driving a Dacia Duster 4x4 (215/65 R16) on mostly country roads for 6,000 average miles
    I had to left review of these tyres since there is not that much reviews. Grip on the road is very good both dry and wet. Grip off road is fantastic mud rock crawling sand you name it. Puncture protection is on the same level like MT tyres never had any problem and i drive mostly off road with these tyres. I dont think you could buy better all terain tyre that is this good on road like off road. They are not noisy like some AT tires. It is same road noise like HT tyre. And i driven on BF K02 that had "maybe" little bit better grip off road((it is both on driver and vehicle to max difference between koo2 and GO15) but on road they arent close to perfomance of GO15 tyres. There is going be a little bit more fuel consuption depenting on driving style but it is mosly about 0.5-1L more on 100km. Where these tyre lack perfomance is on compacted snow. You are better with summer tyre on compacted snow than with this mostly because summer tyres wont have grip to get you going these will but they are as bad as summer tyres when it came to stopping. On compacted snow there is apsolute no grip just sliding all around and i tested them on 0C and 15cm of snow.There is some forward grip lattelar grip "none" in corners at 20km/h just starts sliding to side of road . On the other hand they are good when there is water,fresh snow,slush(regular winter condition) on the road lets say like budget winter tyre so no fear there. I must mention when they were brand new 10mm of thread they were quite good on compacted snow plenty of grip. It is not a thread thing but maybe as they age they loose some grip from high summer temp(40C) and off road abuse because compound of tyre was much softer brand new than they are right now. Another shock came when i tried them on snow covered off road path that i regulary use and they were brilliant both forward and lattelar grip. (i think they are good because surface isnt smooth like pavement and they bite for every bit imperfection on snowy road.) I have driven goodyear ultragrip 9 sava uhp 2 continetal ts860(premium winter tyres) so i can be objective about snow grip. A tried both with normal road presure 2.2bar and offroad 1.6bar no changes in result. Tyres 1 year old 10 000km 8mm of thread left on all four tyres. With all this said I would definetly recommend them because they are best all around AT tyre on the market right now. Definetly would buy them again.
    Helpful 12 - tyre reviewed on December 1, 2021