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I’m going from my stock 225/60/18s on my limited to a tougher looking tire. 245/55/18s are identical but slightly wider.
Any suggestions for a cheaper but tough looking tire that isn’t super loud and still is fine for lots of highway driving?

i can get falken AT trails in the stock size also I’ve heard those were decent but I need suggestions because there are just too many tires and I don’t want to overthink this.Just looking for minimal compromise and tough looks.
 

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I’m going from my stock 225/60/18s on my limited to a tougher looking tire. 245/55/18s are identical but slightly wider.
Any suggestions for a cheaper but tough looking tire that isn’t super loud and still is fine for lots of highway driving?

i can get falken AT trails in the stock size also I’ve heard those were decent but I need suggestions because there are just too many tires and I don’t want to overthink this.Just looking for minimal compromise and tough looks.
This is one of the best street oriented A/T there is. Excellent on the highway, and really good on the trail as well. Best thing out there without going to a full on all terrain. Also, severe snow rated. I've run two sets of these on my old Xterra, and they are excellent. I would run them now on my Trailhawk, but I wanted something a little more aggressive, so I run Toyo Open Country A/T III's, also an excellent tire...😎
https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Yokohama&tireModel=Geolandar+A/T+G015
 

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You'll get a lot more (and better) choices if you bump it to a 245/60R18
Overall sizing only bumps the height by 1", shouldn't cause any issues other than a slight bump on the speedo.
 

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You'll get a lot more (and better) choices if you bump it to a 245/60R18
Overall sizing only bumps the height by 1", shouldn't cause any issues other than a slight bump on the speedo.
Okay I’ll check those out as well. What are my best bets for tough looks but minimal sacrifice on the road for 245/60s?
 

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Okay I’ll check those out as well. What are my best bets for tough looks but minimal sacrifice on the road for 245/60s?
Probably the Yokohamas, but check out the Toyo‘s and the Falken A/T 3s as well. You might like more aggressive...😉😎
 

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I’m going from my stock 225/60/18s on my limited to a tougher looking tire. 245/55/18s are identical but slightly wider.
Any suggestions for a cheaper but tough looking tire that isn’t super loud and still is fine for lots of highway driving?

i can get falken AT trails in the stock size also I’ve heard those were decent but I need suggestions because there are just too many tires and I don’t want to overthink this.Just looking for minimal compromise and tough looks.
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Okay I’ll check those out as well. What are my best bets for tough looks but minimal sacrifice on the road for 245/60s?
The Nitto Nomad Grappler has a fairly aggressive look for that size.
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Or the new Firestone Destination AT2
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Toyo Open Country ATIII looks pretty aggressive as well.
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This is one of the best street oriented A/T there is. Excellent on the highway, and really good on the trail as well. Best thing out there without going to a full on all terrain. Also, severe snow rated. I've run two sets of these on my old Xterra, and they are excellent. I would run them now on my Trailhawk, but I wanted something a little more aggressive, so I run Toyo Open Country A/T III's, also an excellent tire...😎
https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Yokohama&tireModel=Geolandar+A/T+G015
I looked at those too for the Latitude but went with the Falkens.
 

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I’m going from my stock 225/60/18s on my limited to a tougher looking tire. 245/55/18s are identical but slightly wider.
Any suggestions for a cheaper but tough looking tire that isn’t super loud and still is fine for lots of highway driving?

i can get falken AT trails in the stock size also I’ve heard those were decent but I need suggestions because there are just too many tires and I don’t want to overthink this.Just looking for minimal compromise and tough looks.
Most mall crawlers use toyo tires! Quite, cheap, look aggressive. Stay away from Goodyear Duratracts and Cooper too pricey and are for more off road use.good luck let us know what you buy?!
 
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