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Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 265/60 R18 110H all season Review



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Description of Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 265/60 R18 110H all season

Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015All-season tire Yokohama G015, like other models of the Geolander line, is designed for SUVs and crossovers. Its distinctive features are extended service life, reliable grip on any surface, including off-road, as well as increased reliability. Long service life One of the key innovations of this model is the composition of the rubber compound. It is distinguished by the presence of polymers and orange oil. With their help, Japanese tire manufacturers significantly increased the tensile and tear strength of the compound. In real operation, this makes itself felt in the...


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great value for money, one of the best offers.

Rubber came in a more civilian version with white letters on the sides. Looks stylish! With black letters, the rubber is more "evil"

  • Rubber fully meets my expectations. Mild in winter, brakes well and clings to snow and asphalt. On ice, it requires accuracy and experience of the driver, because this is not "winter". In general, the car moves very predictably. Quiet up to 120 km/h. Then it starts to sound a little.
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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Well done, but I won't buy any more.

Who writes that noisy, I do not understand them. For an AT, it is very quiet, almost like a highway. In my opinion, you need to buy such tires only if you ride year-round. For all other cases, there is a highway, winter, and of course MT. It is not advisable to take this rubber to knead the dirt. At present, I would not take it, I would take maxxis or goodrich.

  • Good price tag. Quiet, soft. I bought 215/70 R16 Balancing went without problems, from 15g to 23g. Manageability is excellent.
  • Small pebbles are hammered into the pattern. Washes quickly in mud.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent product, the best quality.

After an extensive search, I came to the conclusion that I should switch to A/T tires for the summer. Acting on the recommendations of my teammates, I purchased Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015. Only two weeks ago I got a new pair of shoes. The transaction was completed to my complete satisfaction. Different pros: So far I enjoy everything. It handles wonderfully in the city, and it doesn't hydroplane under any circumstances, despite the fact that there are still traces of snow and puddles on the…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great quality, did not expect at all for the price.

The brand's all-season tires are the ones that I decide to get for the second time. I have the most experience with the model that has since been discontinued; I rode it the longest. around 5 years. Because there was no benefit in doing so, I stopped switching to winter tires. It was more than sufficient both in the city and in the surrounding suburbs. It was the best possible choice considering the circumstances in St. Petersburg. These tires have a good riding quality, but only time will tell

  • On the wheels, they have a lovely appearance. The cost is reasonable. In a lot of ways useful. They do a good job of maintaining the road. They have no plans to travel by boat. The snow continues to adhere to the landscape and make its way across it. Excellent tires.

So, I swapped out my Boris Fedorovichs for a pair of Yokas. She seems to rock at first glance. These are the identical humps that BF experiences after a blow, and then she swings even more wildly. This, however, is more of a minor inconvenience than a serious problem. The word does not in any way imply waterskiing. I'm happy to report that puddles no longer scare me. But watch though, because the UAZ Hunter throws a wave onto the hood, so you'll have to avoid big puddles or slow down. Our…

  • The R16 235/70 size of the rubber they use. UAZ Hunter disks, 6.5 inches in diameter, stamped on regular intervals. Before then, BFGoodrich was the standard in that size. It's easy to see on asphalt. Assumably in recesses. Hydroplaning is not an issue. The ground is stable. Strokes in the snow. (Up to 45 km/h) ice-resistant. A good, trustworthy AT tire. It's time to take a look now. I almost forgot to mention that the shop's name has been changed to "the best tires" (without the advertising). In 2022, Thai-made tires will be available. The tread pattern is deep and thick. When evaluated in a bar, the rubber comes out on top as softer than BF but harder than Nokia.
  • Even though the route was unaffected by the deep puddles, the fool decided to try it nevertheless by driving across it. It was a bumpy ride with a little shaking after each roll.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Reliable purchase, guaranteed to be a good purchase.

When etched up to one atmosphere, the grip that rubber has with mud substantially improves; yet, it still comes dangerously close to falling short of the MT of non-etched rubber.

  • Excellent all-terrain tires that roll well and are quite quiet. I purchased a field's worth of 235/75/15 tires, and while it will be necessary to trim the wheel arches, the back end won't be too problematic.
  • In terms of patency, unquestionably inferior to MT rubber.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The quality is at the level, I am satisfied with everything.

When the option to have new tires came up, I didn't give it much thought. More over 120 thousand kilometers have gone since the last Yokohama Geolandar passed me by. Didn't stop traveling because it was winter. Neither the vehicle nor its tires saw much sparing use from me; I am not a particularly frugal motorist. We rarely went off-road, rarely went to the mountains (stones), and rarely did the collapse/converge. The tires performed admirably, despite being an authentic Japanese set that came…

  • Super quiet and sturdy.
  • Not at this time.

Driving efficiency and conduct Enjoyed it. However, the rubber itself is of very poor quality. It's terrifying to think about wearing it for an entire year. And I shopped for wheels and tires at a well-known supermarket. Their communications suggest that the manufacturer does not want to honor the guarantee. Carefully consider your purchase and inspect the rubber for any signs of wear. Again, perhaps it was just bad luck on my part, but there are other people who could have been affected by the

  • noise levels, handling on rough roads, and wet-weather performance all get high marks.
  • Poor rubber quality. Obviously, a wedding took place. After only two months of use (in an area where 90% of the road surface is asphalt), the rubber on my brand new purchase cracked. What happened to her is unclear from the picture. There are several little cracks, and each wheel has about eight or ten cracks that are a centimeter long or more. It could last for at least another season, in my opinion. These fissures are nothing new to anyone who has purchased worn tires in the last decade.

As a result of reading the reviews written by previous customers, I decided to purchase this tire. I was successful, too! Extremely content! Size 245/70 R 16. Before that, there was the "CONTINENTAL" ContiCrossContact LX, a really comfy tire, but without this clay on the route to the hamlet, it wouldn't have lasted very long. For my purposes, I needed something deeper. Although G012 was recommended by friends, the sketch within is even more sinister. G015 is a brand-new model and a fair middle…

  • Excellent adaptability and quietness for such a heavy tread.
  • little stiff, but only little.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I can't stop being happy with the purchase, a very good deal!

Before that, I had some goodrichs that were getting on in years; I finally replaced them with some brand new ones after letting them sit in the garage for a while; here they are; how they howled; KO model. New CO2 might be quieter, but it costs twice as much. Having departed 50 miles, they assisted a couple of times, but you may walk there to make sure they can. Because of this, I choose to avoid pain. Crossovers like Dusta X Out benefit from Yoka's versatility.

  • I'm putting it on for the second time; it has 80 thousand kilometers on it, is like a terrific all-season tire, travels wonderfully in the snow, has a quiet tread, and costs a reasonable amount: 225/70 16 -6.
  • In the muck, like on winter tires, they're slightly superior to the pavement. The reality, however, is not quite as dirty. Chains were purchased in preparation.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent quality, absolutely not expected for such a price.

The tires are on a Nissan Xtrevel T30 and were driven through Teriberka and Crimea in the summer of 2022. Despite being a touch heavy for my car, I didn't feel any discomfort. Consumption has increased somewhat. Tires are all-purpose and ideal for long-distance cyclists, anglers, and other types of active persons. Except for ice, the road is kept in good shape at all times. Offrod: It's nearly hard to get stuck without fanaticism.

  • 10 t km of driving later, the noise stopped.
  • failed to find for 18 t km

I've been using Yokohama Geolandar tires on different SUVs for more than ten years (offhand, this is the fourth set of tires I've purchased; they were both Thai and made in 2022). trips outside of town to the country, the forest, and to go fishing as well as business trips to the city. Hard Chukhloma off-roading won't take you anywhere, of course, but for everyday country living, I can't think of anything better or cozier.

  • Soft, quiet, and superb traction in both modest off-road mud and asphalt.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I didnt expect the quality to be so high.

Tires for all-wheel-drive SUVs that are both high quality and comfy. Compared to a pure road tire, the runout isn't terrible, therefore the fuel economy hit won't be more than 5-7% higher. However, I suggest you only do so in the warmer months, as spikes are the way to go in the colder months at our latitudes. Benefits from: Excellent traction in the rain; stays put in puddles up to 120–130 mm (around 2 cm) deep. I kept my cool as I sped along at 130-140 km/h in the downpour. Smooth and able to

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A valuable purchase, some advantages!

The reinforced sidewall and less severe city curbs make these tires ideal for crossover owners who spend most of their time driving in urban areas, but they are also at home on light off-road and can handle speeds of up to 140 km/h on the highway. Those who primarily dangle Intercity should look elsewhere for tires.

  • Of course, there are different tires for serious off-roading, and these will not help you save money there. However, speeds of up to 140 mph are audibly acceptable on the highway.
  • If your speedometer reads 160 or higher, you should probably slow down.

They frequently have to use dirt roads because of the nature of their work. To put it mildly, standard highway tires on the primer are not very good. We chose to try Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 R16 215/60 tires when it came time to replace them. I adored the rubber, truly. works well on any surface type. both wet and dry. The Geolandar A/T G015 tires, in my opinion, offer good value for the money. They are truly worth the price. installed on a Citroen Berlingo B9 with front-wheel drive. The…

  • braking on asphalt is similar to braking on roads. - Perfectly matched - The noise level is not significantly higher than that of the highway - Adequate conduct when traveling quickly Low cost for A/T rubber - Stronger sidewall - Superb control on unpaved roads. - Wide selection of tire sizes - Wear-resistant - Padded rubber
  • increased use of fuel.