Is The Radar Renegade RT A Good Off-Road Tire?

August 5, 2022

Radar Renegade R/T Off-Road Tire Review

Sometimes we throw the word "cheap" around just a little bit too much. Just because something's inexpensive doesn't necessarily mean that it's cheap, and in the case of the tires you add to your off-roader, this is evident with models like the Radar Renegade RT. This is a hybrid rugged-terrain tire that's meant for daily driving and hitting the trails on the weekend, and its aggressive terrain can cover just about any terrain type that you might come across on the drive. Today, we'll show you a bit more about what the Renegade RT brings to the table, as well as why you might want one for your build.


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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with Radar Renegade RT tires

Radar Renegade R/T Performance Features and Build Quality

The Radar Renegade R/Ts are awesome for a couple different reasons. For starters, they have a three-ply construction, which leaves them super tough for the trails, but also means that they'll be puncture resistant, sidewall cut resistant, and able to hold up in just about any aired-down off-road situation. In addition, the Renegade R/T comes standard with a 45,000-mile treadwear warranty, which is really good for a hybrid, rugged-terrain tire.

Radar tires are made by a company called Omni United, whose mission is to provide drivers with inexpensive, high-quality, and budget-friendly tires for all applications. So for more price-conscious people who are looking for a great budget-build tire that'll still provide long-lasting performance and traction, the Radar Renegade R/T is a great way to go. Being that it's a hybrid, rugged-terrain tire, it's built for all different kinds of situations - there's also a Radar Renegade R/T Plus, which has a three peak mountain snowflake rating for additional traction and peace of mind in the winter.


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2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD with Radar Renegade RT Tires

How Does The Radar Renegade R/T Do On The Road?

Another great thing about the Radar Renegade, being that it is a rugged-terrain tire, is that it does give you awesome versatility for on road driving. This is because the center tread design on it has closely-grouped together tread patterns, or center lugs, that can help reduce road noise - plus, it also helps with increasing traction when you're cornering, braking, or accelerating, and it just gives you a nice, comfortable ride.

That doesn't mean that the Renegade R/T is only good for the road, though - it has some aggressive shoulder lugs too that can help with off-road traction, especially when you're aired down. The lugs really grab and bite whatever loose terrain you're in - if it's rocks, the tire really helps envelope these over the rocks with bigger tread voids in the shoulder lugs. Plus, being that the tread design of the Renegade R/T is placed in a variable pitch pattern, you won't get that slapping sound that many hybrid tires are infamous for. Instead, you'll get a nice, quiet, comfortable ride on the highway, which makes this tire the best of both worlds.

Is The Radar Renegade R/T Good For Cornering?

Another nice feature about the tread design on the Radar Renegade is that it has step down block-shaped treads, which helps to add extra structural rigidity in each tread block. Why would you want that? Well, when you're cornering on or off the road, or even going over some different obstacles, you'll really want these treads to stay locked in their position. That'll help with the overall structural rigidity of the tire, especially when you're in those extreme pressure situations, whether from the rocks when you're aired down, or in an emergency maneuvering situation. This tire has built in the rigidity and added it with plenty of siping to handle snow and water evacuation, making it a strong, durable option for any sort of driving.


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2006 GMC Sierra 1500 with Radar Renegade RT Tires

Sidewall Designs of the Radar Renegade R/T

Another neat factor with these Radar Renegades is that you do have the option between two different sidewall designs. One of these is a lot more aggressive if you're doing more off-roading, and this aggressive sidewall really helps when going through the mud or getting out of ruts if it's a hunting vehicle, or when you're in situations when you're aired down through rocks. The other sidewall has more of a cosmetic look to it which isn't as aggressive, and it also has a bunch of different demon designs - it's nice having the option if you want the aggressive side on the outside, or the cosmetic side towards the outside.

Of course, it doesn't matter which side you choose facing out - going up into the shoulder plugs you will still have these variable, scallop shaped, scoop style shoulder lugs, meaning that they're constantly grabbing the mud, tossing it out, and grabbing the mud or terrain whenever it comes back around. This helps the tire continuously gain traction, and it also gives the sidewall a bit more flexibility at low pressures while still creating a large contact patch.

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As you can see there are a ton of great features that the Radar Renegade R/T brings to the table, and they do have a phenomenal price as well - they start at around $1100 for a full set of four, complete with a 45,000 mile treadwear warranty. These tires can fit anything from 17 to 24-inch wheels, and with 55 different sizing options available there will be something for you, no question.

Check out our Radar Renegade R/T inventory today and let us know if you have any questions before you buy - also, be sure to visit our gallery and see how a set of Renegades will look on your rig. Financing, free shipping, and quick delivery are available on all tires we have in stock, and when you package them with new wheels the mounting and balancing are free too.

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