Hankook Dynapro AT2 (All-Terrain, All-Season) Tire Review for Light Trucks and SUVs

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Overview

Cost

Warranty

Pros and Cons

Comparisons

Best in Which Vehicles?

Tire Sizes and Dimensions

Overview

Although Hankook is not the most well-known brand in the tire industry, the brand is making waves right now. Hankook Dynapro AT2 is one of the reasons for this. This all-season and all-terrain tire starts at less than $160. The Dynapro AT2 offers off-road prowess, dry/wet traction, and impressive traction on moderately snowy or icy roads. Source URL

The Dynapro AT2 (RF11), one of their newest products, is an effort to provide ride comfort and quietness from an all-terrain tire. The AT2’s “Step Block Edge Technology” allows the AT2 to achieve a significant improvement in quietness over its predecessor, Hankook Dynapro AT-M RF10. Source URL

Hankook Dynapro AT2 has open shoulder grooves to remove water, snow, and ice from the contact area. Hankook has created a tire with multi-directional sipes that is affordable and comfortable for daily driving. Source URL

Hankook Dynapro AT2 all-terrain, all-season tire is made for SUVs and light trucks.

Cost

The Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 tire is available for purchase depending on the size. It costs approximately $120 to $360 per tire. Online retailers may sell the tire for less. Source URL

Warranty

Hankook backs Dynapro AT2 RF11 with a 60,000-mile tread wear guarantee for both the LT and P-metric sizes. It also comes with a complimentary road hazard warranty. Hankook will replace a tire if it is damaged by a road hazard (like hitting a nail) within the first 2/32 inches of tread wear. Source URL

Pros and Cons

Great Tread Design

Hankook Dynapro also uses a unique tread compound that provides better fuel mileage and better cutting and chipping resistance on rugged surfaces. Source URL

Hankook created a special tread compound for the Dynapro AT2. Hankook chose a low rolling resistance compound that resists cuts and tears. To help to stabilize the tread blocks, the tire also has rigid tie bars at the shoulders. The symmetrical tread design reduces road noise and improves dry handling. Source URL

PLY Breakdown

What Ply Are Hankook Dylapro AT2 HankookDynapro Dylabro AT1’s tread base can be either a 6-ply or 10-ply (Load E) casing for heavy-duty applications. It uses a 2-ply sidewall, which is standard for all-terrain tires. Source URL

Great All-Terrain

It is a great choice for both off- and on-road driving, considering its rigid tie bars and multi-directional grooves. Hankook Dynapro AT2 is clearly better than its predecessor and offers better all-terrain performance. Source URL

All of this being said, we recommend these tires if you are looking for a durable all-season tire or a set that will last for many years. If you want something that can be used on-road or off-road, the Hankook Dynapro AT2 is the best choice. Source URL

Great All-Season

We can sum up our Hankook tires review of Dynapro AT2 by saying that this is a great choice if you are looking for an all-season and all-terrain performance tire. Source URL

Not Great Off-Road

It’s not perfect. The Dynapro AT2 is great for moderate to mild off-roading. However, it is not ideal for gravel-filled, gravel-covered roads. In thick mud and deep snow, it’s the same story. Although it may not be as tough as Hankook claims, it isn’t a shrinking violet on the highway. Source URL

Great to Drive

This tire is aggressive and easy to drive. Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 is a versatile rubber that can be used in any truck, SUV, or crossover. Source URL

Great for Quietness

Hankook Dynapro AT2 has rigid tie bars that act as stabilizers for the tread blocks and enhance comfort and handling. The symmetric tread’s blocked edges emit lower noise. Source URL

Comparisons

Hankook Dynapro AT2 and ATM

Hankook Dynapro ATM vs AT2 Hankook’s replacement for the AT-M older-generation is Hankook’s new Dynapro AT2. Although the AT2 is very similar to the ATM, the new AT2 has a lot of improvements. It offers better off-road grip and more biting edges. It also has a computer-aided design that makes it easier to ride. It comes with a 60,000-mile tread life warranty (up from 50,000 miles). Both tires can be used in extreme winter conditions. Source URL

Hankook Dynapro AT2, the all-new Hankook variant, is a successor to Hankook’s previous Hankook version, Dynappro ATM. It features massive improvements that give drivers of SUVs, light trucks, and jeeps the best on-and off-road experience. Source URL

Best in Vehicles

Subaru Outback

We recommend Hankook Dynapro AT2 as our best budget option. Although it doesn’t offer the same off-road grip as other models, it’s still far superior to stock rubber. It is a solid performer on-road, although it is a bit louder than some of its competitors. It’ll also provide a 60,000-mile tread life guarantee on the warranty, which is not something to complain about. Source URL

Tire Sizes and Dimensions

15″

  • 235/75R15      104/101S
  • 235/75R15      109T
  • 30X9.5R15LT   104S
  • 31X10.5R15LT 109S

16″

  • LT215/85R16115/112S
  • 225/70R16103T
  • LT225/75R16115/112S
  • 225/75R16108T
  • 235/70R16109T
  • 235/75R16112T
  • LT235/85R16120/116S
  • 245/70R16111T
  • 245/75R16111T
  • LT245/75R16120/116S
  • 255/65R16109T
  • 255/70R16111T
  • 265/70R16112T
  • LT265/70R16117/114S
  • 265/75R16116T
  • LT265/75R16123/120S
  • LT285/75R16126/123S
  • LT305/70R16124/121S
  • 315/75R16121/118S

17″

  • LT225/75R17116/113S
  • 235/65R17104T
  • 235/75R17109T
  • LT235/80R17120/117S
  • 245/65R17111T
  • 245/70R17110T
  • LT245/70R17119/116S
  • LT245/75R17121/118S
  • 245/75R17112T
  • 255/65R17110T
  • 255/70R17112T
  • 255/75R17115T
  • 265/65R17112T
  • 265/70R17115T
  • LT265/70R17121/118S
  • LT275/70R17121/118S
  • LT285/70R17121/118S
  • LT295/70R17121/118S
  • 315/70R17121/118S
  • 35X12.5R17LT121S

18″

  • 235/60R18103T
  • 255/60R18108T
  • 255/70R18113T
  • 265/60R18114T
  • 265/65R18114T
  • 265/70R18116T
  • LT265/70R18124/121S
  • LT275/65R18123/120S
  • 275/65R18116T
  • LT275/70R18125/122S
  • LT285/65R18125/122S
  • LT325/60R18124/121S
  • LT325/65R18127/124S
  • 35X12.5R18LT123S

20″

  • LT265/60R20121/118S
  • 275/55R20113T
  • LT275/55R20115/112S
  • 275/55R20113T
  • 275/60R20115T
  • LT275/60R20119/116S
  • LT275/65R20126/123S
  • LT285/55R20122/119S
  • LT285/65R20127/124S
  • LT295/60R20126/123S
  • 305/50R20120T
  • LT305/55R20121/118S
  • LT325/60R20126/123S
  • 35X12.5R20LT121S

22″

  • 285/45R22110T
  • 305/45R22118T
  • LT325/50R22122S

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