Producing tires since 1900, and now a subsidiary of Bridgestone, Firestone has been releasing dependable and affordable tire options for longer than a majority of the competition, and you’ll come to find out in this tire review, that the Destination A/T is no exception if you’re looking for new tires. These tires have come standard on many different SUV and trucks direct from the manufacturer, including the 2015 Jeep 4×4 Trailhawk.
Firestone tires offer an affordable option for your light truck or SUV, that boasts both all-terrain performance, and provides a more quiet and comfortable ride than some the competitors off-road options. The Firestone Destination A/T has been a go-to option for daily drivers, fleet owners, and off-road enthusiasts alike.
I have these exact tires installed on the service truck at my shop, and they have been dependable year-round. In fact, we are on our third set! We take them out in all kinds of adverse weather conditions, and have never had a complaint.
Keep in mind, Firestone also offers the Destination A/T2, which is an updated version of the Destination A/T. They also offer the Destination X/T, which was designed for drivers of 3/4-1 ton trucks. Both the A/T2 and X/T offer a more aggressive tread, with some drivers stating this causes more tire noise on the road than the standard Destination A/T.