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Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 Tire Reviews

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Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 Tire
 Dunlop tires
Consumer Tire Performance Survey
based on 5 customer reviews
Consumer Tire Performance Survey
based on 5 customer reviews
overall8.1 hydroplaning resistance8.0
buy again85% cornering stability7.2
dry traction8.4 steering responsiveness7.2
wet traction9.0 ride comfort7.6
light snow traction9.0 noise level7.8
deep snow traction9.0 treadwear8.0
ice traction7.4 miles reported92,575
     8-10 = excellent        6-7 = good        4-5 = fair        1-3 = poor
Mavis Discount Tire has received 5 tire reviews for the Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6. This tire has received a 4 out of 5 Star rating with 85% of the respondents saying they would buy again. Wet Traction and Deep Snow Traction received the highest marks and total mileage that as been reviewed is 92,575.

Customer Reviews: Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6

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submitted on1/24/2020
ratingExcellent
buy againDefinitely
tire size205/70R16
vehicle2018 Chevrolet Trax
driving conditionCombined Highway/City
driving styleAverage
locationRochester, NY
review overall8.6 review hydroplaning resistance8.0
review buy again100% review cornering stability8.0
review dry traction8.0 review steering responsiveness8.0
review wet traction9.0 review ride comfort9.0
review light snow traction9.0 review noise level8.0
review deep snow traction9.0 review treadwear8.0
review ice traction9.0 review miles reported75
I've only had them a short time and we haven't experienced a lot of snow yet. In the conditions I have experienced they've been very good.
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submitted on1/6/2016
ratingGood
buy againProbably
tire size205/70R16
vehicle2011 Jeep Patriot
driving conditionMostly Highway
driving styleAverage
locationKingston, NY
review overall7.6 review hydroplaning resistance7.0
review buy again75% review cornering stability8.0
review dry traction9.0 review steering responsiveness8.0
review wet traction9.0 review ride comfort8.0
review light snow traction9.0 review noise level6.0
review deep snow traction review treadwear7.0
review ice traction6.0 review miles reported1,500
Have not driven in deep snow yet, so far, so good. Jeep seems to have a much smoother ride, tires are quiet Recently drove on some serious ice conditions, ride was slow, however tires got me where I needed to go. Would probably purchase again
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submitted on11/21/2014
ratingExcellent
buy againDefinitely
tire size205/70R16
vehicle2008 Jeep Patriot
driving conditionMostly Highway
driving styleAverage
locationEarlville, NY
review overall8.1 review hydroplaning resistance9.0
review buy again100% review cornering stability7.0
review dry traction9.0 review steering responsiveness7.0
review wet traction9.0 review ride comfort6.0
review light snow traction9.0 review noise level7.0
review deep snow traction9.0 review treadwear
review ice traction7.0 review miles reported3,000
went through two snow falls so far much better than the originals
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submitted on12/19/2009
ratingExcellent
buy againDefinitely
tire size255/65R16
vehicle1999 Land Rover Discovery
driving conditionCombined Highway/City
driving styleEasy Going
locationBrewster, NY
review overall9.2 review hydroplaning resistance10.0
review buy again100% review cornering stability7.0
review dry traction8.0 review steering responsiveness7.0
review wet traction10.0 review ride comfort9.0
review light snow traction10.0 review noise level10.0
review deep snow traction10.0 review treadwear10.0
review ice traction9.0 review miles reported8,000
This is a winter tire made for an SUV, not a winter tire for a car that was manufactured into an SUV size. There is a difference. I have owned winter tires for each SUV that I have driven. The Pirelli Scorpion Ice & Snow is a great SUV tire unless you need serious ice traction. As an H rated tire, it just does not have it, but did have long tread life and a quiet ride. The Michelin Latitude X-Ice was a quiet tire that lasted and wore very well. However, full depth sipes not withstanding, 11/32 of tread depth still does not cut through snow better than 14/32. This is the best example of why car winter tires should not be made in SUV sizes. The Dunlop I have had since October. Great hydroplaning resistance, very low noise, great ice traction, handles well, and, since it was built for an SUV as an SUV winter tire, has more total plies in the tread and sidewall as well as 14/32 of tread depth. Absolutely I would buy these again. A Land Rover Discovery II has very severe demands placed on its tires, and these came
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submitted on8/20/2008
ratingGood
buy againPossibly
tire size30X9.50R15
vehicle1998 Chevrolet C1500
driving conditionCombined Highway/City
driving styleAverage
locationGermantown, NY
review overall6.8 review hydroplaning resistance6.0
review buy again50% review cornering stability6.0
review dry traction8.0 review steering responsiveness6.0
review wet traction8.0 review ride comfort6.0
review light snow traction8.0 review noise level8.0
review deep snow traction8.0 review treadwear7.0
review ice traction6.0 review miles reported80,000