Truly a wolf in sheep’s clothing! The brand new General Grabber AT All-TERRAIN tyre for superb on and off road performance. The latest Complex and technical design delivers astonishing off-road performance with outstanding on-road safety and noise reduction.
On test Landrover Owner Magazine wrote ‘Off-Road performance is on a par with the acclaimed AT2, but On-Road is significantly better’. Landrover Monthly wrote of their test ‘ The Genral Grabber’s self-cleaning properties were very apparent during our testing as the grooves remained clear of debris under all manner on conditions. The astonishing grip that these tyres exert was demonstrated when we stopped a Discovery 4, with four people on board on a 32 degree incline on wet rock and the vehicle just sat there without slipping…. I have to say it was all very impressive’.
Launched in 2010 we’ve had great customer feedback at 4x4at.com from user’s impressed by the new pattern Grabber AT used in the harsh winter & snow of 2010 and 2011 despite it looking less aggressive than the old pattern these performed better than expected in snow and winter conditions. In summary, a great all rounder that’s quiet on-road and excellent off-road.
Here’s what General say: The General Grabber 4x4 tyre is designed specifically to offer high grip and good handling on both on and off-road. The rugged structure of the General Grabber AT protects the tread and sidewall from damage, whilst ensuring comfortable driving characteristics and provides for high mileage performance. The new AT tyre compound and tread pattern has been developed with an emphasis on safety for on-road and off-road. The wet braking and noise reduction performance is better than its predecessor. Therefore this all terrain tyre is the solution for increased demands for on-road driving whilst maintaining off-road performance.
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Fuel Efficiency Rating: F
Tyres have a fuel efficiency rating from A to G. A-rated tyres are the most fuel-efficient tyres and G-rated tyres are the least efficient.
Wet Grip Rating: E
Wet weather tyres are rated A to G. A choice of A-rated tyres instead of G-rated tyres would cut wet braking distances by 18 metres.
External Rolling Noise: 74db
Breaking down the noise level ratings:
One bar indicates 3 decibels or more under the current noise legislation. Two bars indicate an acceptable noise level for current and future noise legislation. Three bars indicate a tyre that will meet current noise mandated levels, but will fail future limits and need changing in the future.