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Goodyear Wrangler Trailmark

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Rugged All-Season All-Terrain Passenger Light Truck/SUV tire.

Features

* Sidewall & tread design
* Optimized tread pattern
* Deep, open grooves and a wide shoulder profile
* Multiple grooves and biting edges
* 55,000 mile/ 80,000 km (P-Metric sizes) Limited Treadwear Warranty
* 45,000 mile / 70,000 km (LT sizes) Limited Treadwear Warranty

Benefits

* Helps enhance the rugged appearance and style of the vehicle
* Helps provide a quiet ride
* Help evacuate water and mud from the tread for enhanced off-road traction
* Help grip the road for confident wet, dry and snow traction

User reviews

2 reviews
Overall rating
 
4.1
Dry Grip
 
4.5(2)
Wet Grip
 
4.5(2)
Snow/Ice
 
4.3(2)
Handling
 
4.3(2)
Comfort
 
3.0(2)
Noise
 
3.8(2)
Treadwear
 
4.5(2)
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Noise
Treadwear
Vehicle Info
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J
The Trailmark name is Walmart-specific and only sold there. I'm writing a review because like you I ain't got thousands to spend and need the best cheap tire quickly. I got five of these, 4 and a spare, for $90 each on sale, and paid for the Walmart road hazard and service warranty, two months before the global supply chain crunch hit. Total cost: $600 in May 2021. Wait for a sale.

I drive a '96 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the Limited 16-inch rims. My specs are normally P225-70-R16; I got P235-wide instead because the added width makes my car feel more stable at high speed and wind. Walmarts often only carry P235 size for my car model as well.

There's only rubbing if I jerk the wheel to make a very sharp turn. If you drive like that, just follow normal specifications.

The tires are great. I normally drove regular Goodyear Wranglers on 15-inch rims, and man, you can tell the difference. Trailmark handles California sand, pavement, ditches, driving up rocky hills at a 45-degree tilt, highways, potholes, poor squished animals and speed bumps like it was designed for them. No problem.

However, Goodyear has a habit of getting punctures easier than other tires, so don't drive over glass, nails or other sharp things. Been lucky and no punctures so far.

Handles rain ok, handles up to a couple inches of mud and snow ok. Trailmark is just all-weather tires, not winter or off-road tires. Slow down, drive careful and these will get you home.

It drives on gravel fine, but small rocks keep getting stuck in the tread. Gently pull them out to prevent punctures.

Max tire pressure is rated 51 PSI. Usually the ZJ specifies 35 to 36 for driving, but they bulge a little and look under-inflated at that setting, so I'll experiment with 40 PSI. If you're uncomfortable with that, follow your owner manual, not what the tire says.

There's no cracks, tearing or chunks ripped out of the tires yet. I try not to hit any potholes, don't drive over 75 and rotate my tires. This ain't NASCAR and these aren't racing tires.

Walmart service is terrible and a different story. However, if you need a reliable normal use all-season tire, start with these and work up in price. Buy the road hazard and service warranty Walmart offers with these tires; it's the only way the auto department will repair and rotate for free.
Overall rating
 
4.7
Dry Grip
 
4.5
Wet Grip
 
4.5
Snow/Ice
 
4.5
Handling
 
5.0
Comfort
 
5.0
Noise
 
4.0
Treadwear
 
5.0

Vehicle Info

Jeep
Grand Cherokee
1996
Vehicle info
ZJ

Driving Info

Driving Style
Average
Driving Conditions
Combined Off Road/Highway

Tire Info

Tread Width
235
Profile
70
Diameter
R16
MI
Would you buy again?
Probably
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GG
They have a bounce that is impossible to get out. I have been to 5 tire shops and nothing helps. I just learned that they all have the same issue. Should have a disclaimer with this info. I am sending my disclaimer to everyone I make contact with.
Overall rating
 
3.6
Dry Grip
 
4.5
Wet Grip
 
4.5
Snow/Ice
 
4.0
Handling
 
3.5
Comfort
 
1.0
Noise
 
3.5
Treadwear
 
4.0

Vehicle Info

Ram
1500
2014

Driving Info

Driving Style
Average
Driving Conditions
Combined Highway/City

Tire Info

Tread Width
275
Profile
60
Diameter
R20
Speed Rating
R
Approximate Tire Mileage
3000
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Would you buy again?
Definitely Not
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