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When it comes to the question, “What are the best tires?” there is no hard and fast answer. It depends on a lot of factors. The first question is, which Wrangler model did you decide on? Jeep vehicles are built for versatility, so there are plenty of options, no matter which vehicle you choose.
The Jeep Wrangler offers four trim levels and five available engine options. You’ll have a standard 4×4 drive train, so power goes to all four wheels individually, allowing for maximum traction on even the slipperiest of terrain.
Knowing what level of power you have under the hood will be helpful in picking out the best set of tires for your Jeep.
Now that you know the horsepower and the torque you’re working with, it’s time to consider what you’re going to be doing with your Wrangler. Clearly, you’ll go on some adventures—but what kind? Are you planning on off-roading? Mud bogging? Camping with the family?
Maybe you’re planning on towing. If so, you’ll really need to consider what kind of tires you need. You should be aware of the tow rating of your tires. That’s why knowing your vehicle specs is important. If your engine can tow more—and you plan to haul a lot of weight—you’ll need a high load rating.
Another thing you should consider is where you’re planning on going and what the terrain will be like there. Tires have a variety of tread depths and patterns, each favoring a different type of terrain.
Are you planning on off-roading at Twisted Trails Off Road Park? If so, you may want all-terrain tires. Mud bogging at Bundy Hill Offroad? Look for mud tires to help with traction. If you often drive in the rain, look for hatching marks called “sipes” on the tires to increase your traction on wet, smooth roads.
Maybe you like to head for the the hills and go skiing. If so, look for tires with a snow rating. You can even find some with metals studs to increase traction.