Originally Posted by silvermax04
Its all about where you want to place your priorities. No tire does everything perfect you just have to pick the ones that are best for your type of usage.
I choose the Nokian Rotiva AT because I wanted to have the capability for off-road usage. Otherwise, if I did not need the off-road usage, I would have ended up with the Nokian WR G2 at that time. The WR series has better traction than the AT tires for winter conditions. The next step up is their dedicated winter tires.
After having the Michelin Latitude as the OEM tire and then going to the BFG Rugged Terrain, as the saying goes, Michelin left me with a bad taste in my mouth. Many that I have talked too have excellent results with Michelin M/S2. For me, winter is a priority and Nokian has a huge advantage in that department.
Besides winter conditions, I also looked for the wet conditions and dry conditions. To me, these are the three important considerations in a tire. And this is subject to where I go with the JGC. Their are so many good tires out their and is important to do your research that the tire meets your needs.
Best for now.
Laredo X, Trail Rated, QTii, Sele-Terrian, Quadra Lift, Off-Road Adventure Package ii, Nokian Rotiva AT, Tow, AFE CAI, DiabloSport inTune 1000-DCX, Custom Sound System ( HAT speakers, JLAudio , Pioneer , JBL MS-8 & RF 3.sixty.3 -- see the writeup link below for more details)