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Tire Size: 255/70R15
Serv. Desc: 108T
UTQG: 560 A B
Max Load: 2205 lbs
Warranty (mi.) 60,000
Availability: Call for availability
2.15 out of 5Submitted by Brian in Pennsylvania on 4/10/2017(2008 Ford F-150 STX 4x4)
In the first few thousand miles, the tread warped and from then on these tires screamed down the road. Not good in the snow or rain. 30,000 miles later they're done! Would definitely not buy again.
5 out of 5Submitted by Meaghan-Marie in West Virginia on 2/18/2017(2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited)
GREAT TIRES! Got them Summer of 2015, run about 1200 miles a month. Very little wear, these will last a long time. Goes fantastic in any kind of weather or mud!
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Marc in Iowa on 1/1/2017(2005 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 4x4)
Good A/T tire. With only a few thousand miles on them, the ice traction is decent, but the snow traction is excellent. Quiet ride for the tread pattern. Replaced OEM Bridgestone Dueler A/T's which was a very nice A/T tire with much more economical rolling resistance, so I regret that I have lost close to 2 mpg. Not a great thing for a daily driver.
5 out of 5Submitted by Deb in Pennsylvania on 12/16/2016(2011 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS)
Absolutely love them. So glad I made this purchase. We have ice, snow, rain and have had no problem driving at all. Not noisy either.
I love them so much that my grand-daughter has an older version, same car and we are putting them on her car for the winter. 1 SUGGESTION, PLEASE MAKE THEM IN 18" TIRE SO MY DAUGHTER COULD PUT ON HER CAR.
1 out of 5Submitted by James in Georgia on 12/7/2016(2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT 4x4)
Got 110k miles on two sets of AT/3s. BEST wet traction of any brand I've owned. excellent tires!
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Craig in Wisconsin on 10/7/2016(2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS 4x4)
Purchased these tires 2 months ago and all I can say so far is AWESOME! I have yet to try them in snow being it's only early October here in Wisconsin we haven't see snow yet. They are very quiet at all speeds and have absolutely no complaints.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Dave in Massachusetts on 4/26/2016(2001 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4x4)
Been through a lot of tires in my day and the Discoverer A/T3 were the best performing all season tire I have ever owned. From wet to snow to dry pavement even some off road. The A/T3 performed. They're not an aggressive looking tire but can't beat them. Also I do a lot of Highway miles so even though you can go off road ....on road they are very quiet and great for a family SUV
5 out of 5Submitted by Matthew in Iowa on 3/27/2016(2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat Base)
I just purchased my 3rd set of A/T3 tires. Absolutely the best tire I have bought.
5 out of 5Submitted by Mike in Wisconsin on 8/31/2015(2002 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 Z71)
These Coopers have worn EXTREMELY well and have performed outstandingly.
5 out of 5Submitted by Brian in Iowa on 4/11/2015(2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LTZ 4x4)
Just put a new set on my Silverado. I was worried about the tread noise but very surprised that there is very little. The truck has never driven so nice!!
4.45 out of 5Submitted by Don in New Jersey on 4/4/2015(2002 Ford Escape XLT)
My dad put these tires on the Escape at 100,000mi before giving me his Escape at 110,000mi. I have had it now for 5 years and it has 167,000mi on it. These tires have lasted a long time including during our NJ bad winters that we have had over the years. They have done great in all weather conditions, especially in the snow. It is now time for me to get new ones on my Escape. Even though I have been a Goodyear fan since I was 17, at 44 years old I have to say that I have now changed my mind to Cooper tires. Especially this type of tire. Even though there are tons of tire companies and models out there, Cooper in my eyes has come up with a great model that is absolutely perfect for any SUV or light truck. It does the job in getting you there in safety and in comfort. Will recommend this tire to everyone that I know that needs new ones.
3.85 out of 5Submitted by Nathaniel in Wisconsin on 3/31/2015(2005 Dodge Dakota SLT 4x4 (E Pkg.))
Great tire at a great price.
4 out of 5Submitted by Allen in Pennsylvania on 3/20/2015(2002 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4 Super Crew Cab)
All around good tire. I do have some trouble with air leaking between 3-7 psi every month though.
5 out of 5Submitted by Lance in Wisconsin on 3/2/2015(1999 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 (Off-Road))
Very good tire so far, have had them on for over 2 months.
5 out of 5Submitted by Chris in Wisconsin on 3/1/2015(2006 Nissan Murano SL)
I was looking to replace my tires on this vehicle, with a little more aggressive tread. However, I didn't want a rough ride, or the "howl" of highway noise of an All-Terrain tire. The Cooper Discoverer A/T3 was a great answer. I went and "up-sized" the tires, to fill the wheel wells of my '06 Nissan Murano, to a 265/60/R18 size, with the factory alloys. What a sharp SUV! The tires totally made the Murano look athletic, with the white letters smiling at me. The D-A/T3's handle well in normal conditions, and really show their stuff when the snow falls. Traction is superior in the snow. 2-3 years of great tire performance and wear, I will be getting Coopers again in a couple of years. My other vehicle is a '98 Toyota 4Runner and has the original Cooper Discoverer ATR's. They are great, but Cooper designed these A/T3's to exceed! Thanks to you Cooper!!
4.7 out of 5Submitted by david in Pennsylvania on 1/14/2015(2004 Dodge Dakota SLT 4x4)
Have had the tires for almost a year. Almost at 20,000 miles and love them. No complaints.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Josh in West Virginia on 1/9/2015(2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport)
I'm a Cooper tire fan, and the AT3 is another great tire!!!
4.15 out of 5Submitted by ERIN in Florida on 1/6/2015(2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara)
HAD THESE ON MY LAST WRANGLER AND THEY KICKED BUTT...LOVE THEM!!
4.85 out of 5Submitted by james in Missouri on 12/6/2014(2003 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer)
So far they have done a great job.
5 out of 5Submitted by Jay in Pennsylvania on 12/5/2014(2014 RAM 1500 Express)
Great tire. This is my 2nd set. I work in the gas field and they work great on the road I drive on.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Tdog in Utah on 11/25/2014(2006 Chevrolet Colorado LT w/Z71 Pkg.)
The Cooper A/T's look good and ride even better.
5 out of 5Submitted by James in Georgia on 10/5/2014(1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4x4)
Best tires I have had.
5 out of 5Submitted by Jason in Mississippi on 9/19/2014(2008 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4 (18 Inch Option))
Just bought my 2nd set of AT3s this morning. Got 64,000 out of the 1st set!! Best truck tire on the road. With these tires, I have no fear of standing water on the highway. They ride and handle great and are very quiet for an aggressive all terrain. Also have to say I had zero problems with the last set, never let me down.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Frances in South Carolina on 8/22/2014(1998 Dodge Ram 1500 ST 4x2)
Definitely a good quality tire at a decent price.
5 out of 5Submitted by Mat in West Virginia on 7/10/2014(2012 Jeep Trucks Liberty Sport)
Great tire. Def worth the buy and the rebate I received was a great perk too.
4.7 out of 5Submitted by Dan in Iowa on 7/9/2014(2004 Pontiac Trucks Aztek w/ISA Pkg.)
Would buy again. Had no issues with all 4 after getting them.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Erik in Minnesota on 7/1/2014(1998 Ford Trucks F-150 XLT Base)
Nice tire. I noticed immediate improvement when driving in the winter from the Firestone Destination LE's. Will buy Cooper again.
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Tony in Saskatchewan on 5/15/2014(2004 Toyota Trucks Tundra SR5)
These tires are great highway and city tires, but will also help you through the gravel and mud when you need them to. Snow can be a little white knuckled so I would still recommend winter tires for long winters.
4.65 out of 5Submitted by Magalie in Ontario on 4/25/2014(2002 Ford Trucks F-150 XLT FX4 Super Crew Cab)
I purchased 4 of those for my truck and all I can say is WOW. The ride is smooth and quiet. I have a totally reliable truck now. I can't yet speak for the snow as it is all melted now this time of year. But definitely and without hesitation I am recommending those tires to anyone who drive on paved and gravel roads. AWESOME product.
4 out of 5Submitted by Ryan in Alberta on 3/25/2014(1997 GMC Trucks C1500 Sierra GT)
Love these tires.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Mike in New York on 3/20/2014(2005 Cadillac Trucks Escalade Base)
Absolutely love the tires!!! Surprisingly not loud for all terrain tires. I would recommend for any SUV/truck. Extremely versatile.
4.45 out of 5Submitted by Travis in Colorado on 3/17/2014(1999 Ford Trucks Explorer XL)
Great tires they have met all my expectations so far. I have already recommended them to my friends and family.
5 out of 5Submitted by Derrick in Kansas on 3/8/2014(2003 Dodge Trucks Dakota SLT 4x2)
I have to say that these have been the best tires overall that I have put on this truck. There is about 50% tread left and I have had no problems this far. The noise level wasn't bad either. I have been liking cooper for a while now and these just put me over the top with them.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Chris in Michigan on 3/3/2014(2005 Jeep Trucks Liberty Sport)
Great service-- in and out fast. Will buy all tires from this shop.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by ckeppel in Pennsylvania on 2/23/2014(2004 Dodge Trucks Dakota Sport Plus 4x4)
I've gone thru many winter tires over the last 10 years on my truck. The Cooper AT3s have worn the best, and in doing so, helped me get thru the most winters of all other brands I have purchased. The icing on the cake is that they are great looking tires too.
5 out of 5Submitted by Brian in Iowa on 2/17/2014(2009 Ford Trucks Escape Limited)
Would buy again, great tire in snow and water. Very low road noise compared to tread.
5 out of 5Submitted by Kevin in California on 2/17/2014(1997 GMC Trucks K1500 Sierra SLE)
The best tires I have ever bought and will buy again for my truck. They do really good off and on the road. I have had them for about 3 years and still have a good amount of tread on them.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Chris in West Virginia on 2/12/2014(2004 Toyota Corolla S)
4.7 out of 5Submitted by Mark in West Virginia on 2/10/2014(2011 Nissan Trucks Frontier PRO-4X)
Had these put on my truck, 2/8/14. So far they are real smooth and made my truck a little smoother at highway speeds. Snowed this morning and I didn't need 4X4 very good in snow. Would buy again.
4 out of 5Submitted by Josh in New York on 1/22/2014(2008 Jeep Trucks Liberty Sport)
I had these AT/3s installed and I've only had them a day. Road noise is very minimal and grip seams great. The shop had me in and out within a half hour. I am overly impressed with their speedy service. This is my second set of cooper tires, I will definitely be back again.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by olympia in South Carolina on 12/26/2013(1995 Ford Trucks F-150 Special 4x2 w/Performance Pkg.)
Had these 2 times. I've tried others, but I like these best for all around performance.
4.45 out of 5Submitted by Dylan in New Jersey on 12/17/2013(2010 Toyota Trucks Highlander Base)
First set of new tires from the stock Toyo tires. Surprising how huge a difference there is. Got the AT3's right in the middle of a storm. So the return home gave them a good test. Feels more stable, more grip on the road, less road noise, increased height from the ground (old tires were bald), huge treads, and feels much more secure. Driving on wet roads felt fine with no worry for slipping. Steering felt a little looser which may change with more use. Dry traction I'm sure will be immense with these treads. Only thing that came up was when there was thick packed snow and I was going ~20 mph and stopped abruptly (testing tires) it did slide a bit. Not much as they grabbed through after a little ways, but some sliding.
All in all, I'm glad I went with these. Price was amazing, tires themselves look/work great. Steering wheel seems a bit off, but I'll test it more within the next couple days.
Would highly recommend to SUV owners who don't want "winter" tires and don't trust "all-weather" tires in ice and snow.
5 out of 5Submitted by Don in Georgia on 12/17/2013(2001 Chevrolet Minivans Astro LT)
Great tire for the money. Looks and handles great and the wider size makes the factory wheel/tire combination look and ride a lot better. Really fits the wheel well good in the Astro/Safari vans.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by jeremy in Kansas on 12/14/2013(2008 Ford Trucks F-250 Super Duty XL 4x4 Super Cab (All-Terrain Tires))
Awesome tire, would buy over and over again. Why pay for high dollar tires when you can have these that last longer? I have 44,000 miles on them and they still have tread left.
5 out of 5Submitted by Walt in Missouri on 12/13/2013(2005 GMC Trucks Envoy XL SLT)
These tires are great! I've put them through the test in rain and they grip! In the mud, they grip! We've only had a little snow but the 3" we did have, the tires gripped! No road noise, comfortable ride, aggressive looking, and just an all around good tire.
4.45 out of 5Submitted by Dan in Illinois on 11/30/2013(2008 Chevrolet Trucks Tahoe LT w/Z71 Pkg.)
Great tire for the $. Good off road tire without the hum noise. Great in snow while pulling a trailer. Have had them on my truck in the past and still very happy after 30,000 mi. Great tread life.
5 out of 5Submitted by Kelly in Pennsylvania on 11/10/2013(2001 Ford Trucks Explorer Sport Trac w/Premium Sport Pkg.)
I love my Cooper Tires. Without a doubt will buy them again. Recommended them to my mother who also bought a set and is very happy. I have confidence while driving no matter what the weather may be. I feel very safe using these tires. I would tell anyone to buy Cooper. Thanks Cooper Tires!
3 out of 5Submitted by Conor in Pennsylvania on 10/18/2013(2011 Honda Fit Base)
I own a 2011 Honda Element EX 4WD. I purchased 4 of these tires right before winter and they handled awesome at times in the snow. When the car direction is straight, they were amazing. However, they do not corner well in the snow or on wet surfaces. I have put about 23,000 hilly miles on the tires and I have a little less than half of the tread remaining. I probably will not purchase them again because once the tread starts to wear down the road noise (tire roar) is unbearable at 45mph and above -- TERRIBLE at highway speeds. When you have half the tread life remaining, uphill stop and start traction is iffy and the tires tend to squeal when turning. I also noticed my overall mpg decrease by about 2 miles per gallon in city driving compared to non-aggressive tires. The rubber compound they use is soft. I have had them repaired 4 times (which is 3 times more than any other tire I have owned) for punctures due to screws and nails. I don't off-road aside from the occasional gravel or dirt road every now and again. I bought them for look, loved them for the first 10,000 miles, but now I am looking elsewhere.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Magdalena in Ontario on 9/19/2013(2008 Toyota Trucks FJ Cruiser 4x4 w/Off-Road Pkg.)
I didn't have a chance to try these in the winter, as I successfully sold my truck after installing them. But, when I bought them, they handled amazingly. I had a major problem with my truck shaking. Sure enough, once they were installed, the truck rode perfectly and the buyer was happy. Would definitely buy again!
4.15 out of 5Submitted by Calvin in Texas on 2/1/2013(2010 Dodge Trucks Ram 1500 ST 4x2 Reg. Cab)
All around a great tire. I have about 20,000 miles on them now and still have at least 75% tread life left. This is a tire that everyone should be able to get their money's worth out of.
255/65R17. 32-months and over 20,000 miles with minimal wear on my Jeep Commander 5.7 Quadradrive 2. Quiet on road and unflappable off-road. Run higher than OEM pressure of 38 psi as daily driver. In the dirt air down to 18 to 22 psi to tackle Eureka Dunes and a week in Death Valley including Steele Canyon, Hot Springs, Tea Kettle, Playa, Cerro Gordo, etc. Handles all terrain without issue; rocks, mud, sand, washboard, and loose scree.
1000s of miles off-road with no hiccups, wish I could post videos and photos. I have no issue with wear, if anything they're frustratingly long lasting as I'm anxious to move to a bigger size with a new suspension for clearance!
When I bought my truck used,it had 54k miles, had the dealer put a set of P275 60 R20s on. Had the truck almost 4 years and am at 102k on the odometer.
Two tires are at the wear bars, other two have a bit more tread.
Rotated the tires <10k intervals. Have increased it to every 4k last few times as the tread has worn down.
I am planning on replacing in a few months as winter draws near.
Tire has performed well over the life of the tires. Traction has been superb in wet/dry/snow.
Tire is a 50k tire like most All Terrain. Prior set was a set of Firestone Destination AT and got about the same miles out of them.
Am looking at the Cooper Discoverer SRX a 70k rated hwy tire, Cooper ATP, Hancock Dyna Pro AT, and perhaps Toyo AT2.
Why can't a A/T tire be made to last up to 70k?
Highway noise has increased now that two tires are at wear bars as you would expect.
Guess I got the life out of the tire up to the warranty... I don't do much off highway driving other than some gravel travel at a minimum.
Bought these in November 2016 this is july 2017 tires are at 9/32 12 k miles i always thought cooper were good tires Will Not Buy Another ! unless cooper makes it right 12 k out of tires is ridiculous i still have some to go but not long,my 2009 f-150 2wd i use to take care of my mother and need good traction and tread for winter.
Attractive looking pattern. Pretty good traction on and off road. Pretty quiet.
I got these tires for my 2008 Silverado 2500 Duramax. They were put on shortly after purchasing the truck almost 2 years ago at 118k with alignment done at the time of course. Routinely rotated and pressure checked(even though my truck has the tpms). Before last winter I took it for another alignment, had them do the rotation, and to get the steering system greased since I was working right near the shop and my garage had another vehicle parked in it being worked on and I was too busy. I just hit 140k. Currently my rears are at the point they would fail inspection, my fronts technically would pass, but barely. I was working in front of a tire shop today so I stopped in to shop around, looking at ratings and tread patterns. Twice I thought I found my new set based on the tread pattern and ratings, until the worker scrolled up and i seen they were COOPER. Unfortunately that was all they had in stock besides cheaper options. 22k out of what should of been a 60k tire. Load range E. LT265/75/16.
Ironic thing is another gentleman came in behind me and was awaiting his turn to be serviced. He over heard me and the employees discussion about my current coppers and only having 22k and needing new tires, but wanting a similar style tire of quality. He came up and said he's in the same situation. He bought cooper A/T3s for I believe his f350 he stated. Had them on for a bit over 2 years. He wasn't sure of the miles on them but was under 30k.
It seems almost like COOPER had a bad run on them at some point before me and the other patron bought them and me and him both paid a premium to find out we got them.
I don't haul much. Occasionally my quad n dirtbike. Most of the miles are highway miles on asphalt. 7100 pound truck. No reason for me to only get a third of the life I paid for out of these tires.
This is my second set of AT3s. First set was on chevy Tahoe. They looked great and lasted quite awhile. New set is on 2014 F150. Gave the 2wd truck a much better aggressive look. Couldn't be more pleased.
Overall a good tire but was at 3/32 before 35,000 miles. I rotated them myself which apparently voids any sort of mileage warranty. Had to replace all four before 40,000.
I put a set of 265/75/16 A/T3s on my Chevrolet K1500 at 161,000 miles thinking they would be the last set before the truck died.
At 267,000 miles I replaced the A/T3s. I probably could have gotten another 5,000 miles out of them, but I was about to put 4,000 miles on them on a hunting trip out west.
Yep, I got 106,000 miles out of one set, the tire dealer I buy from did a double take on the work orders mileages. It pays to rotate every 5,000 miles, check the tire pressure often, and don't abuse your equipment.
I use the truck for commuting, towing my boat or camper and for off road hunting. Waiting to see which wears out first- the tires or the truck.
Had the Discover A/T3's on my Jeep Liberty for 5+ years. Only put 24,000 miles on these tires. At first they seemed decent but was disappointed with snow traction. Tread would cake. They seemed to get more noisy the more the tread wore down. The last couple of years would have to add air to tires on a weekly basis. Had two flats in the past year. Do not recommend. These have been replaced with General Grabber AT2's. I do have have a set of Cooper Zeon RS3-S tires on my Mustang and I like them. Disappointed with the Discoverer AT/3's.
Put a set on my wife's Jeep Grand Cherokee and now she fearlessly blasts through standing water on the freeway...couldn't do this with the Wranglers. So impressed with the traction and quite, I put a set on my Toyota Landcruiser and we've had the same results! Buy these tires! Great set...great traction and very comfortable on and off-road.
Tire specifications and its visual design has proven itself for durability and rugged terrain driving. Very quiet a smooth driving quality.
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