Best Tires From Walmart (7 Tires to Keep an Eye Open For)

In addition to offering auto maintenance, Walmart Supercenter also has a generous selection of tires for every type of vehicle and from dozens of well-known brands.

So, what are the best tires from Walmart? Which ones come with the highest ratings and the maximum value? Here are seven tires to keep an eye open for!

Best Tires From Walmart In 2024

7. Milestar MS932 Sport All-Season Tire

The Milestar MS932 is a “solid budget tire for most weather conditions,” according to Don’t Waste Your Money.

Experts like the level of grip of the tires in snowy and icy conditions, good braking, and especially the wear indicator that let you know when you need to change or rotate the tires.

The price ranges from around $60 per tire to over $100, depending on the size you require.

This brand and particular product receive high rankings not just from outside websites, but from the customers on Walmart’s website, too.

The 245/55R18 version boasts 48 reviews, with 42 of them awarding the tires the full five stars.

6. Kumho Road Venture AT51 All-Terrain

A Korean brand, the Kumho Road Venture All-Terrain tires are highly recommended by the reviewer at Driving Press, Alvin Reyes.

Reyes even said that these tires are one of his “favorite all-terrain tires,” and that it “tickled [his] fancy because it delivers balanced performance.”

Reyes reported excellent dry and wet traction, with a “super smooth and eerily quiet” performance on the highway.

On Walmart’s own website, out of 314 reviews, 241 give the tires five stars (that’s over 75 percent of buyers absolutely thrilled with their Kumho tires).

Truck drivers in particular are enamored of these wheels, with some citing their even wear and the aforementioned traction as particular standout features.

5. Nexen N’Priz AH5 All Season

Tire Buyer describes standard touring tires as “your everyday, workhorse type of tires,” and perhaps the most common type of tire on the road.

The same website is fulsome in its praise of the Nexen N’Priz AH5 All-Season, which the reviewer calls “no-nonsense.”

Perhaps its standout function is its unbeatable performance when it comes to wet traction.

If you have ever hydroplaned, the loss of control  is a terrifying feeling for however many seconds.

The Nexen N’Priz tires have an exceptional anti-hydroplaning design, thanks to four “wide longitudinal grooves” that ensure the tire remains as much in contact with the road as possible.

At Walmart, these tires can start as low as $65 each but can range up to $250, depending on what type of vehicle you drive.

Customers on Walmart’s product page rave, calling them great tires, and Walmart’s pricing quite reasonable.

4. Douglas All-Season

4. Douglas All-Season Walamrt

According to Tire Deets, Douglas is actually a sub-brand of Goodyear, and is a solid budget option for people who are really looking for a low price.

Also, Walmart has cornered the market on them – you can’t find them anywhere except the big W, which makes them more of a house brand, like Great Value.

The reviewer at Tire Deets found the tires performed well on dry roads, but didn’t do quite as well on wet or snowy ones.

Ultimately, this would be a fine option for people who live in warmer climates, with very little-to-no snow to speak of and limited rainy conditions (Phoenix, Arizona comes to mind).

Depending on what size you need, you might pay as little as $56 per tire, up to $104 max, before tax.

3. Falken Wildpeak A/T3W All-Terrain

The Northface’s motto is “Never Stop Exploring,” but that little adage could surely be applied to these wholly rugged tires.

The types of tires you’d find on a souped-up Jeep whose owner takes it off-roading on the regular, these Falken brand wheels aren’t cheap, even at Walmart.

But then customers buying these aren’t looking for discount prices; rather, they’re willing to pay for the wear, wet and winter performance, or the “3W” in the name.

Not only that, but these tires are also designed to last, so while you might sink upwards of $200 or $300 into each tire, you shouldn’t need to replace them as often as your budget options.

2. Bridgestone Dueler A/T RH-S

According to the company website, Bridgestone Duelers are “all-season tires offering long-lasting treadwear and year-round traction” for SUVs, crossovers, and small trucks.

Their main function is to provide reliable traction on dry and wet surfaces while lasting long enough to beat out budget brands.

One commenter on Walmart’s product page verifies this, writing, “They have outlasted any tire I have ever owned.”

Another remarked that they are also reliable in wintry conditions, which is a huge boon for people who purposely own SUVs and trucks because they tend to handle better on snow.

They start around $150 per tire and can range up into the $300s, so they are not the cheapest choice, but in exchange, you get dependability and durability.

1. Goodyear Tires Reliant All-Season

Perhaps one of the most recognizable names in the tire industry, Goodyear partners with Walmart and provides the chain with these affordable Reliant tires exclusively.

They can fit cars, minivans, and SUVs, so aside from truck drivers, Goodyear Reliants probably have you covered.

What I appreciate about these tires is that you get a solid, trustworthy brand at the type of price point you would expect from Walmart.

Depending on your vehicle, expect to pay $66 to $144 per tire; even better, in February 2022, Walmart actually ran a sale on them.

These all-season tires are especially reliable on wet road conditions for the price, and Tire Meets Road reports they’re fairly quiet, too.

To learn more, you can also read our posts on whether or not Walmart patches tires, why Walmart tires are so cheap, and does Walmart install tires.


Included in Walmart’s over 200,000 different items in stock are a variety of tires from brands you know and trust, as well as proprietary models sold exclusively by the retailer.

Even better, Walmart auto centers can mount, rotate, and otherwise service tires to ensure its customers’ safety and tires’ longer life.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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