General Tire Launches All-New GRABBER A/T X
The best of both worlds, the GRABBER A/T X was born from the GRABBER X3’ s strong and stylish sidewall, combined with the reliable and consistent tread elements of the GRABBER AT2.
This new next-generation, aggressive all-terrain all-weather tire provides exceptional offroad capability and durability, balanced with solid on-road performance. Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake and studdability deliver confident driving in all weather conditions, making anywhere and any weather conditions possible.
"The GRABBER A/T X is designed for the all-terrain enthusiast who demands off-road capability balanced with on-road performance," said Okan Sen, director of marketing for General Tire Canada. "This tire delivers our bold, aggressive styling with all-new solid white letters and the performance to match. The design provides confidence to the consumer, who requires a year-round solution for all weather conditions!"
General’s signature DuraGen Technology provide long, even wear with excellent cut and chip resistance. Traction notches offer additional grip in dirt, snow and all loose surfaces while stone bumpers help release stones and debris. Full-depth sipes and a studdable design make this an ideal tire for drivers that want added ice grip.
Comfort Balance Technology is a tread cushioning system with an acoustic tread pattern that provides a more comfortable, quiet ride on the road. While Stabilitread™ Technology features a larger footprint and optimized pattern stiffness to promote even wear and long tread life.
The GRABBER A/T X will be available in 27 LT-Metric sizes ranging from 15” – 20” rim diameter, primarily LR E; 10 floatation sizes ranging from 14” – 20” rim diameter, OD from 27” to 37”; three metric sizes ranging from 16” – 20” rim diameter in widths up to 305mm; and six new sizes.
A full test and review is coming soon in 4WDrive.
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