Nitto Announces New All-Terrain Light Truck Tire

Nitto Announces New All-Terrain Light Truck Tire

The Recon Grappler A/T offers an aggressive tread pattern engineered for providing unmatched traction off-road.

Nitto Tire U.S.A. Inc., a leading manufacturer of off-road, street and SUV performance tires, has announced the launch of a new all-terrain light truck tire, the Nitto Recon Grappler A/T. The Recon Grappler is designed with a bold tread pattern to provide excellent traction off-road and unmatched comfort on-road. 

The Recon Grappler is a true all-terrain option for compact, ½- and 1-ton trucks and SUVs, designed to embolden enthusiasts to take on any adventure. Situated within Nitto’s Grappler lineup between the Ridge Grappler M/T and the Terra Grappler G2, the Recon Grappler provides quiet road driving and unmatched traction off-road. With deep sidewall lugs extending 5-7 millimeters, these tires add traction and an aggressive look to any vehicle while maintaining stable performance in both dry and wet conditions.

“Nitto Tire prides itself on continuously pushing to improve our line of tires for all levels of enthusiasts,” said Alan Ngo, Nitto Tire U.S.A.’s manager of product planning and development. “The Recon Grappler is the perfect tire for enthusiasts looking to get the most out of their trucks and SUVs. It provides truly a great balance of performance and comfort.”  

The Recon Grappler will be available in 11 sizes initially, with additional tires sizes available later in 2021. To learn more about Nitto Tire, please visit Nitto on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NittoTire, on Twitter at @NittoTire, on Instagram at @NittoTire, on YouTube at www.youtube.com/NittoChannel or at www.nittotire.com.

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