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2018 Toyota 4runner Tires

Toyota’s popular 4Runner is a tough, reliable midsize SUV that’s been around since the mid 1980s. By model year 2018, the 4Runner was equipped with advanced traction and stability control and a redesigned V6 engine that offered improved fuel economy, horsepower and torque as well as upgraded audio and a whole host of other refinements. 2018 Toyota 4Runner tires could be 245/60R20 or 265/70R17 depending on the vehicle’s trim, which includes Limited, SR5, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, and TRD Pro. If you bought a brand new 2018 4Runner, then your ride likely left the factory with a set of Bridgestone Dueler H/T 684 II, Nitto Terra Grappler, or Yokohama Geolandar G96B tires attached.

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TrimTire SizeOE Tire

P265/70R17 113S

Bridgestone Dueler H/T 684 II

P265/70R17 113S

Bridgestone Dueler H/T 684 II

P265/70R17 113S

Nitto Terra Grappler

P245/60R20 107H

Yokohama Geolandar G96B

P265/70R17 113S

Bridgestone Dueler H/T 684 II

P265/70R17 113S

Bridgestone Dueler H/T 684 II

Best reviewed tires that fit a 2018 Toyota 4runner
Tire Sidetread
out of 5
4.4 (1001)
Falken
Wildpeak A/T3W
Gabor
4.5
Toyota 4Runner 2018 TRD Off-Road Premium
Verified Customer
Aug 5, 2023
I like the look and ride on my 4Runner.

They are definitely more noisy than my Toyos were, but nothing bad. Overall, I love them. Winter will be here in a few months, so I'll see how well they do then.

Cameron
5
Toyota 4Runner 2018 SR5
Verified Customer
Jul 30, 2023
Great Tires

Second 4Runner that we have put these tires on and love them!

John
4.5
Toyota 4Runner 2018 sr5-premium
Verified Customer
Jan 10, 2023
Great all around tires

These tires are a significant improvement over the OEM tires on my 2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium. The overall traction, particularly in wet and snowy road conditions, is fantastic. The wide tread pattern (relative to the OEM tires) makes for a stiffer tire with less deflection around turns. While bumps are more noticeable with the stiffer tire, they are not uncomfortable. The only good thing about the OEMs is they were very quiet, so the slight noise difference is noticeable when driving over 40mph with the radio off and windows up, but not annoying. There's a similar, very popular AT tire from another brand with similar ratings that is $50+ more per tire. I like the more aggressive look of that tire, but I couldn't justify the additional expense for looks, particularly when the mileage warranty is 10k more for the Toyo ATIII's. My typical off road driving is on soft-sand beaches in the summer, so I can't say if they are better from experience, but I have no doubt they'll be a significant improvement over the OEMs.

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