Cooper Discoverer AT3

Cooper Discoverer AT3 photo, test, review

Cooper Discoverer A/T3 is an All Terrain and Off Road All Season tyre with symmetrical tread pattern, designed for SUV and 4×4.

2013 Leisure Wheels Cooper Discoverer A/T3 Test

In 2013 experts of the South African magazine Leisure Wheels have tested the Cooper Discoverer AT3 at size 265/65 R17 and compared with foutreen similar mid-range and premium All Terrain tires.

test Cooper Discoverer AT3 review
7th place in Wet braking. The braking distance was 3.14m longer, than the leader.
test Cooper Discoverer AT3 review
7th place in Wet handling. Cooper was 3.1sec slower, than the leader.
test Cooper Discoverer AT3 review
10th place in Dry braking. The braking distance was 2.72m longer, than the leader.
test Cooper Discoverer AT3 review
7th place in Dry handling. Cooper was 1.09sec slower, than the leader.
test Cooper Discoverer A/T3 review
7th place in Gravel braking. The braking distance was 1.49m longer, than the leader.
test Cooper Discoverer A/T3 review
13th place in Gravel handling. Cooper was 2.1sec slower, than the leader.
test Cooper Discoverer A/T3 review
12th place in Sand traction.

2018 SA4x4 Cooper Discoverer AT3 test

In 2018 experts of the another South African magazine SA4x4 made an alternate test of the Cooper Discoverer AT3 at the same size 265/65 R17 and compared with sixteen similar All Terrain tires.

Cooper Discoverer AT3 test and review
2nd place in Tarmac braking. Tha braking distance was 0.57m longer, than the leader.
Cooper Discoverer AT3 test and review
3rd place in Gravel braking. The braking distance was 0.59m longer, than the leader.
Cooper Discoverer AT3 test and review
14-15th place in Gravel traction.
Cooper Discoverer AT3 test and review
11th place in Sand traction.
Cooper Discoverer AT3 test and review
1-11th place in Overacoming the slope.

Overall Cooper Discoverer AT3 review

1. 2013 Leisure Wheels – 10th place.

Main conclusions:

  • Relatively good wet performance.
  • Average dry braking distance and good handling.
  • Short gravel braking distance, but relatively low handling.
  • Low sand traction.

2. 2018 SA4x4 – 13th place.

Main conclusions:

  • Short tarmac braking distance.
  • The longest gravel braking distance (unlike previous test) and relatively low traction.
  • Low sand traction.

Similar tires from the test:

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