WRANGLER MT/R WITH KEVLAR

Off Road Maximum Traction

Overall Rating (7.8)


The Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar® (MT/R - Maximum Traction/Reinforced) is Goodyear's Off-Road Maximum Traction tire developed for light truck driving enthusiasts who take off-road traction seriously. The Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar is designed to increase tire toughness when it conquers mud, crawls over rocks and explores trails.

The Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar features a silica rubber tread compound molded into an asymmetric tread design that combines off-road traction with on-road handling and wet traction. Goodyear's advanced mud-flow geometry tread design enhances self-cleaning capabilities while shoulder blocks (which alternate being stepped in and out) and a wraparound tread design on the upper sidewall increase traction in mud, sand, ruts and rocks. The tire's internal structure features twin steel belts and is Goodyear's first off-road tire to incorporate Dupont Kevlar, an innovative material that's, pound for pound, five times stronger than steel. The use of Kevlar sidewall reinforcement brings enhanced cut and puncture resistance to an area of the tire that demands extra toughness when driving off-road (increasing sidewall cut and puncture resistance by about 35% compared to the original Wrangler MT/R). The Kevlar also helps stabilize the sidewalls when drivers return to the pavement for the ride home.

While branded with the M+S symbol, their typical oversize applications, use of extra-large smooth lugs and minimal snow-biting sipes often challenges an Off-Road Maximum Traction tire's on-road wintertime traction in slush, packed snow and on ice.
COMFORT
Noise 6.3
Ride 7.3
Tread-wear 8.7
DRY
Cornering Stability 8.0
Dry Traction 8.0
Steering Response 8.0
WET
Hydro-planing 7.7
Wet Traction 7.3
Winter/Snow
Deep Snow 7.7
Ice 7.7
Light Snow 8.3

Independent Tire Reviews By Customers

Date: 8/29/2015 Review's Overall Rating: 10.0
2006 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Miles Driven 1500
Driving Condition Mostly Highway
Driving Style Average
Comments Goodyear do I need to say more. I ONLY tires I buy.
Comfort Category
Noise 10.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 10.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
SteeringResponse 10.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 10.0
Ice 10.0
LightSnow 10.0
Date: 1/5/2014 Review's Overall Rating: 6.9
2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Miles Driven 25000
Driving Condition Highway/City Mix
Driving Style (not specified)
Comments These tires are functional for everyday use, but a little noisy on the highway. Off the road they are excellent. Great in mud, rocks, and snow. I have been very impressed with their ability to take a beating and not puncture. After 25,000 miles they still look brand new.
Comfort Category
Noise 4.0
Ride 6.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 6.0
WetTraction 6.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 6.0
DryTraction 8.0
SteeringResponse 6.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 8.0
LightSnow 8.0
Date: 8/15/2015 Review's Overall Rating: 6.5
1998 Dodge Ram 1500 Base (225/75R16 103 Q)
Miles Driven 0
Driving Condition Combined Highway / City
Driving Style Average
Comments The previous owner did not rotate the tires so they wore unevenly, but I plan on buying two more to replace the worn ones. They have never given me trouble whether I'm driving around town or on muddy paths or in 3+ feet of snow.
Comfort Category
Noise 5.0
Ride 6.0
Tread-wear 6.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 7.0
WetTraction 6.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 8.0
DryTraction 8.0
SteeringResponse 8.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 5.0
Ice 5.0
LightSnow 7.0