CYPRESS, CALIFORNIA — Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. announces a tougher all-terrain tire is now available for truck and SUV owners.  The all-new Toyo® Open Country® A/T II offers over 40% more treadlife than the leading competitors, exceptional all-season performance, an aggressive new tread design, and a quiet ride.

It also comes with an industry-leading 65,000-mile warranty for P-Metric and Metric sizes, as well as a 50,000-mile warranty for LT and flotation sizes.  Last but not least, the Open Country A/T II qualifies for Toyo Tires’ No Regrets® 45-day, 500-mile trial offer.

Improvements in performance and wear are attributed to changes in compounding and design. A new wear-resistant tread compound has significantly increased tread life while maintaining all-season capabilities.  The new tread design delivers enhanced performance on and off the road, including in rain, mud and snow.  At the same time, tread features were developed with low noise and comfort in mind.

“Our goal was to create the toughest, longest lasting all-terrain tire on the market,” said Fardad Niknam, senior director of product planning and technical services, Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp.  “When independent third-party test results showed the Open Country A/T II delivering over 40% longer treadlife than leading competitors we knew we had a special all-terrain tire.”

Nearly 100 different size combinations are available through Toyo Tires dealers across the country.  They range from 15 to 20 inches in rim diameter, including original equipment and plus fitment sizes.  For enthusiasts wanting an even tougher tire, Xtreme sizes such as 35×12.5R18 feature a deeper tread depth and a more aggressive tread and shoulder design.

Vehicle owners can use the Tire Finder on toyotires.com to find the right Open Country A/T II for their truck or SUV, and the Dealer Finder to help locate their closest Toyo Tires retailer.

Learn more about the new pinnacle of all-terrain toughness including details on the warranty program and treadlife testing at toyotires.com.

Be sure to check back with Off-Road.com for a review of these new tires.

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