Maxxis AT700 Bravo AT
Drive it like it's a car
4x4 tyres have hold to lot of weight and stand up to a lot of rough stuff. For some tyres, this just means throwing in a lot of extra rubber which means a lot of extra weight. Instead, the AT700's nylon ply does a lot of the heavy lifting, and you get a better ride on the highway as it flexes over rough patches.
Exceptionally good in the rain
Ripple tread sipes - those small cuts that divide up the tread blocks - transform the tyre tread into a multi-surface water draining machine, clearing the water into the tread grooves to be drained behind the vehicle. What does this mean? Better grip on wet highways, plus the bonus of extra surface traction off-road.
Award-winning highway handling
It's on the highway where you'll particularly notice the difference between the AT700 and other All Terrain options. The stiff centre rib blocks keep things stable at high speeds and the ripple sipes lock together when you're braking, cornering or accelerating for extra control.
Extra bite off-road
Staggered shoulder lugs with extra sipes mean extra bite in rutted ground and challenging trails.
4x4 Australia Tyre of the Year
Apparently we're not the only ones who've noticed just how well this tyre works. In 2019 the AT700 was crowned as the 4x4 Australia Tyre of the Year, after testing against an array of well-known competitors in highway, gravel, rocks and mud.
See how Whichcar.com.au tested the 2019 winner here.
SEE THE AT700 TYRE TEST
Say goodbye to punctures
You can't see it but inside the tread there's a layer of nylon that allows the tyre to bend over sharp objects when other 4x4 tyres would puncture. You'll notice it next time you're on sharp gravel and someone else is parked up changing the spare. Promise.