Comparisons & Reviews

All tires can be categorized in to Summer tires, Winter tires, All Season Tires, All Terrain tires and Mud Terrain tires. Each group of these tires provide you with unique features that make them perform best according to a specific terrain.

Explore any category below to find tire comparison and reviews. I will be updating the page as I add new posts.

All Terrain Tires

All Terrain are off road tires that are capable of going on harsher terrain whilst providing you comfort and traction on pavements/roads/highways, like ordinary tires (though not as comfortable).

Toyo at3 tread
Tread Pattern Falken Wildpeak MT

Mud Terrain Tires

Mud Terrain Tires are more aggressive than All Terrain Tires, that’s why they provide with better durability and off road traction in comparison. But these tires have to compromise a little bit on roads.

All Season Tires

All Season tires are on road tires that are suitable for a wide range of hot and cold temperatures. They come right in the middle of summer tires and winter tires.

Michelin Defender LTX MS
Pirelli Scorpion Winter

Winter Tires

Winter tires have a dedicated rubber to provide excellent grip on snow and ice. It’s softer rubber composition does not get stiffer when temperature falls below 45° Fahrenheit.

Summer Tires

Summer tires have have a rubber composition that allows them to have excellent grip under hot climatic conditions. So they work best with higher temperatures in both wet and dry roads.

Summer tires