There is nothing better than not having to replace your tires in the winter. First of all, using one set of tires is cost-effective, especially in the long run. Moreover, replacing the tires takes time, and also space. Sure, real car enthusiasts cringe at the thought of all-season tires, but they are becoming increasingly good …
Right now, one of the best off-road tires on the market is the Cooper Discoverer STT Pro. Designed for use on trucks and SUVs with excellent off-road abilities, the STT Pro focuses on giving the driver outstanding traction on slippery surfaces, such as gravel, dirt, mud, and stones.
Moreover, Cooper made sure that the tire also works on the road. Mud-terrain and off-road tires are notorious for being loud and uncomfortable, and some of them aren’t very safe for spirited driving. The STT Pro tries to mitigate these issues as much as they can.
In this article, you will learn how the Discoverer SRX handles dry and wet roads, how it drives in snow, how comfortable and quiet it is, and how long it lasts. As always, we will put the price into consideration and give you a final verdict.
Before doing that, though, let’s see how the Discoverer SRX is designed and what technologies Cooper Tire implemented in it.
Cooper is a manufacturer that we learned to trust when it comes to off-road-capable tires. They are so invested in making excellent SUV and truck tires that they have two all-terrain products – Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S and XLT.
Both tires are the best all-terrain tires on the market right now. They work tremendously on the road, both on dry and wet surfaces, provide the passengers with a reasonably quiet and comfortable ride, and even work in the snow.
But what are the differences between the two? And, more importantly, which model is the best for your needs? To find out, you have to read through our entire Cooper Discoverer AT3 review, simply because the question can’t be answered directly.
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The CS5 Ultra Touring is a fit for powerful mid-size sedans, like V6 or turbo versions of Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, but also sports sedans such as Lexus IS, BMW 3-Series, Audi A4, and Mercedes C Class. These tires might also be a great choice for drivers of compact crossovers and SUVs that want more responsive handling than what a normal touring tire would offer.
But, how does this tire compare when it comes to real-life scenarios? We prepared a detailed Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring review to give you that answer. In this review, you will read about the dry and wet performance of this tire, comfort levels, durability, and snow traction.
Before we jump to our views, though, let’s see what Cooper Tire has to say about the CS5 Ultra Touring.
If you are in the market for budget-oriented tires that have great performance across the range, we think that you should consider the CS5 Grand Touring. This is one of the best tires in its price range when it comes to performance on dry and wet tarmac. It is also very quiet and comfortable and comes with an outstanding 80,000-mile treadwear warranty. In our eyes, one of the best values on the market right now.
One of the most popular models in Cooper’s lineup is the Evolution Tour, a touring tire designed for drivers that want a dependable and comfortable all-season solution.
Available in many sizes, this tire will fit a variety of different vehicles, including compact cars, mid-size sedans, sports sedans, crossovers, minivans, and even SUVs.
One such product is the Federal Couragia MT – a budget-oriented mud-terrain tire that looks aggressively on the outside and promises outstanding off-road traction. The Couragia MT is also available in many sizes, which cover most trucks and SUVs on sale today, but also some past models.
That said, in order to truly appreciate a set of these tires, you’ll need an off-road capable model. In our Federal Couragia MT review, we found that you won’t get much if you put these tires on a crossover or street-oriented SUV.
Here’s our latest Vredestein Quatrac 5 review. If you can live with a little added noise on the highway, the Vredestein Quatrac 5 is one of the best all-weather tires on the market right now. This tire works outstandingly well on dry, wet, and snowy surfaces, almost on the level of the best premium tires.