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Toyo Open Country A/T IIReviews

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Toyo Tires is a popular tire brand that was founded in 1945 in Japan. Having entered into the US in 1966, the brand immediately established its dominance for light trucks, CUVs, and high-performance vehicles because of its excellent innovative product lines. Now a global supplier, Toyo has branched into three sub-brand including, Toyo, Nitto, and Silverstone.

The Toyo Open Country A/T II is an impressive all-terrain tire that’s designed for full-size SUVs and pickup trucks because of its excellent traction and tread life. Today, we will look at some of the features and benefits of this tire, its pros and cons, and SimpleTire’s views in this Toyo Open Country A/T II tire review.

Features and Benefits

All-terrain tires are designed for use in rough and challenging terrains. While they can be driven on paved roads, they are more suited for unpaved roads and are generally used by drivers of SUVs and light trucks who spend considerable time off-road. Their aggressive tread pattern, durable construction and enhanced traction, make them an ideal choice for all-round use.

The Toyo Open Country A/T II, being an all-terrain tire, delivers excellent performance and features an aggressive tread design that ensures reliable traction on and off-road. Here are some noteworthy features and benefits of the tire.

  • Robust performance: The aggressive sidewall and open tread block design ensures tough performance in dirt, mud, or snow, while maintaining a quiet ride.
  • Enhanced durability: The wear-resistant tread compound and bar between blocks help extend tread life and durability.
  • Improved mud and snow traction: Deep tread grooves with stone-ejecting blocks and zigzag sipes improve mud and snow traction.
  • Increased dry braking performance: The structural tie bars support the tire by improving dry braking performance.

The Toyo Open Country A/T II is available in a variety of tire sizes ranging from 16 to 22 inches and is backed by a 65,000 mile manufacturer tread life warranty.

Pros and Cons

Now that we know more about the features and benefits of the tire, let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of the Toyo Open Country A/T II.

  • Excellent all-terrain traction with enhanced durability and reliability.
  • Available in a variety of tread sizes.
  • Backed by a 65,000 mile manufacturer tread life warranty.
  • Reliable performance on and off-road, and in snow, mud, gravel, dirt, etc. terrains.

Also consider these cons, before making a decision.

  • The tire can be noisy when driven on paved roads.
  • The tread can wear irregularly when driven on off-road terrains, as expected.
  • Not intended for use in moderate to severe winter weather conditions as the tire is not Three Peak Mountain Snowflake certified.

SimpleTire’s view on Toyo Open Country A/T II tires

If you are looking for a set of all-terrain tires that can deliver good and reliable performance on unpaved and paved roads, comes with a 65,000 mile limited manufacturer tread life warranty, and won’t burn a hole in your pocket, then the Toyo Open Country A/T II might be the right fit for you. Toyo is a popular tire in the all-terrain segment, and this Open Country A/T II is a great fit for your light truck or SUV because of its robust construction and excellent performance.

Also, take a look at the Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T, if you want a similar performance and a Three Peak Mountain Snowflake Certification. However, the Open Country A/T II offers slightly better durability at a slightly lower price.

Vehicles the Toyo Open Country A/T II is an OEM tire for

The Toyo Open Country A/T II is used as an OEM tire for the 2015 RAM 1500 Rebel.

Vehicles the Toyo Open Country A/T II is a good replacement tire for

Apart from the OEM fitment, Toyo Open Country A/T II can also be used as a great replacement tire for vehicles, such as the 2018 Chevrolet Silverado, 2019 Ford F-150, 2016 Jeep Wrangler, 2019 Nissan Titan, and more.














127 SimpleTire reviews

Toyota Land Cruiser 1993 Base
Verified Customer
Oct 19, 2021

Ordering was quick and easy and my tire showed up as expected.

Chevrolet Trailblazer 2004 LT
Verified Customer
Oct 16, 2021

Doug A
Ford F-350 Super Duty 2021 XL 4x4
Verified Customer
Oct 1, 2021

Excellent tires and service

Dodge Ram 2500 Laramie 2010 4x2 Mega Cab
Verified Customer
May 2, 2021

Juan Gonzalez
Jeep Wrangler 2019 Unlimited Sport
Verified Customer
Apr 17, 2021

Verified Customer
Feb 22, 2021

these are excellent tires and do there job well, this is my 3rd set and love em

RAM 1500 2017 Laramie
Verified Customer
Jan 30, 2021

One of the best AT tires I've had.

RAM 2500 2018 Big Horn
Verified Customer
Oct 13, 2020

Verified Customer
Sep 7, 2020

Have owned these tire in the past and they had great winter traction- I plowed with them for several winters and only put it in 4wd if it was icy. Very capable winter tire, and an all around great set!

Verified Customer
Aug 30, 2020

I bought these tires in 2016, after coming of Pro-Comp X-terrains for 10 years. Their performance we meh, at best. I own a fairly stock 2003 Ram Hemi. K&N Cold Air Intake and Bully Dog. First week I bought the tires, I stopped behind a city bus that was picking up people. When traffic cleared, I gunned it to pick up speed and go around, the speed limit being 50 and the tires broke loose. I also drove the mountain roads in them several times and found myself having to go 10-15 MPH less overall during the trip than with the previous tries.Should've take'm back. They never offered the same kind of confidence an grip that the Pro-Comp Xterrains offered. I understand the tread pattern difference but the rubber compound is far harder than expected for a tire with such high rating. Disappointed and extremely skeptical of trying the ATIII because of it. I was offroading an a trail I've taken a dozen times or so and they failed to offer decent grip and was even the cause for my truck not being able to make it over rocks and ridges the size of half a bowling ball. Absolutely ruined an outing and pissed me off to know end. I wouldn't recommend these for even regular trails. I bought them in 2016 and have only put around 25K miles on them and am having to replace them because of the trip AND the rubber is already cracked and deteriorating. I will give them one thing, FAR quiters than the Pro-Comps