With that said, is the Toyo Open Country A/T III any good? Well, that’s a question that I’ll try to answer in my detailed review of the tire. Below, I’ll cover every aspect of the tire, including on-road dynamics and traction, off-road abilities, comfort, and durability. In the end, you can read my verdict of the tire.
The Toyo Extensa HP remains a great value-packed choice for an all-season high-performance tire for sport coupes and sedans. However, Toyo tweaked the design and features of the original Extensa and came up with the Extensa HP II.
But nothing was lost in the translation. The Extensa HP II has the same unidirectional tread design as the first-gen Extensa HP. Perhaps the biggest difference between the two is the rubber compound. The Extensa HP II benefits from a special silica compound for stronger wet handling and longer wear. This will address the wear issues of the Extensa HP.
The Toyo Celsius is not what you call a proper winter tire. In fact, Toyo calls it a variable-conditions tire. We all know snow tires are only good for winter driving. The Toyo Celsius begs to differ. It is properly classified as an all-season touring tire. However, it also happens to be qualified for severe snow conditions.
The Toyo Proxes S/T (or sport/truck) is an all-season high-performance tire for sporty pickup trucks and sport-utility vehicles. It offers fantastic looks and excellent all-season performance for a sportier driving experience. But it also happens to be equipped with the right elements to also provide a quieter and more comfortable highway ride.
With the Toyo Proxes S/T, your SUV or pickup will have a wider and sportier stance without compromising on comfort and all-weather performance. In this review, you’ll find out the many attributes of the Toyo Proxes S/T. This will hopefully allow you to make a wiser and more economical decision in choosing a sportier set of tires for your vehicle.
If you know anything about summer tires, comfort, road silence, and wear takes a backseat to prioritize all-season traction. But with the Toyo Proxes 4 Plus, you get relentless grip and better handling when driving fast. But if you want to relax on the way home from the track, this tire is more capable than a comparable touring tire.
With that being said, the Toyo Proxes 4 Plus is a performance tire with the added refinement of a touring tire. If this sounds too good to be true, then wait until we get to the best part: the price. The Toyo Proxes 4 Plus is priced lower than similar offerings from Pirelli, Michelin, Goodyear, and Bridgestone.
You can think of the Toyo Extensa HP II as a sportier version of the Extensa A/S. And while the latter is a basic all-season tire for passenger cars, the Extensa HP II is a higher-performance derivative. This makes it a sterling choice for sedan owners who demand more traction for sportier and faster driving.
Want more than just spirited all-weather performance? The Toyo Extensa HP II also happens to be a looker as well. The unidirectional tread design features a more aggressive and sportier look to improve the styling of your vehicle.
The Toyo Versado Noir is an all-season tire designed for touring comfort. If not for the slightly higher price tag, the Toyo Versado Noir can be classified as one of the best tires in Toyo’s lineup. But the price is relative given the excellent performance of the tire in all season driving. It is also one of the best when it comes to highway comfort and road silence.
The Toyo Open Country A/T II is a different type of all-terrain tire. We all know A/T tires are supposed to offer uncompromising traction on rough terrain. But what we’re not expecting is a refined and silent ride on smooth roads. But is it really possible for an all-terrain tire to deliver the on-road manners of an H/T or highway-terrain tire?
As it turns out, the answer is a resounding yes. In order to sell more products, tire makers are hard at work in coming up with hybrid tires. And even though Toyo didn’t implicitly state the Open Country A/T II is a hybrid, it does have the good qualities of an A/T and H/T tire.
Toyo tires are known for their spirited high-performance tires such as the Proxes Sport. In truth, the brand is home to an incredible array of great tires that offer good value for money. One such example is the Toyo Extensa A/S.
The Toyo Extensa A/S is engineered with a symmetric tread design. It comes with an optimized center block arrangement to offer better high-speed stability and sharper steering feel. The tire comes with variable-pitch angled tread blocks to maximize the contact patch with the road. The tread design also enables the tire to deliver long-distance touring comfort.