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Old 22nd August 2017, 20:16   #1
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Yokohama has launched the Geolandar A/T in it's 20th avatar. Now renamed as the G015 ( the previous model was G012). Some new sizes have been added too.
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My favourite A/T tyre (along with the Michelins). In case it helps someone, here's a link with some ownership reviews - TireRack.com.

@ Wasava: How come nothing in 225 mm? Isn't that an oversight?
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@ Wasava: How come nothing in 225 mm? Isn't that an oversight ?
They earlier had 225/65/R17 in HT and AT patterns, which have both been discontinued owing to low sales figures I presume. We may see G015 being offered in 225 size sometime later.
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@WT, What's the word about the side-walls in this version ?
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What size would fit in the Suzuki GV other than the stock? 235/65/16 or the 235/70/16? What are the prices for these? Are they a better option than the Goodyear Wrangler AT ?
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@WT, What's the word about the side-walls in this version ?
Too early to say anything. Give it a year or two.
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I have got these for my Pajero 2.8 about a month back in the stock 265/70 R15 size. I had Michelin Lattitude cross earlier that lasted around 50k and started tracking badly. So far all I can say is that I have much more grip especially on wet roads and the braking has improved a lot. The steering is more accurate as well. Michelin were always wandering while these stick true their line.
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Too early to say anything. Give it a year or two.
Nikhil - heard that the sidewall is improved in the G015. Is it correct ?
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I have got these for my Pajero 2.8 about a month back in the stock 265/70 R15 size..
@Traveller, how are the tyres doing ? I am in the same track - currently on Latitude Cross, with left pulling issue. Tyres have done 66k and still some life left. Tread is there, but one tyre now has cracks and is not holding pressure well.

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So far the tyres have been excellent. I have driven almost 10k since I got them and they are performing well. Braking and overall grip is better than the Lattitude Cross I had earlier. Plus the car does not wander on the road which it used to do on the Michelin's.
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