If you have any weight to your vehicle 4500lb's + they have perfect traction in rain, and wet road conditions, I often go through deep puddles at full speed, and they hold true. Even stopping in bad weather is better than you would expect..
If you drive a Jeep, or smaller vehicle I can't say, the smallest I drive is a 1/2 ton Ford.
They will give you such confidence, with their performance, that even miserable weather doesn't affect your driving habits, I've often held 10km/h over freeway speeds, in torrential down pours when others are 20 under the limit crawling in the right lane.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
- Surrey, BC
The Wrangler Territory sports a high void tread design, which is good for evacuating water. The tread design is similar to the Wrangler Duratrac which is rated as an 8 out of 10 for Wet Traction. For example, the Wrangler SR/A is rated as an 7 out of 10 for Wet Traction. Also the Wrangler Territory is Mountain Snowflake Symbol Designated which strengthens the traction statement.
They have excellent wet traction and did not hydroplan in a downpour. Really like them so far.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
- Sydney, NS