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Wrangler All Terrain Adventure Mileage Warranty


Mileage Warranty

The Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure comes with a mileage warranty when you purchase two or more tyres. With over 100 years of Goodyear tyre technology behind it, the Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure is Goodyear’s most versatile All-Terrain tyre with the toughness of DuPont™ Kevlar® to go off road at a moment’s notice. The tyre also features outstanding traction and handling in wet conditions, whilst providing a longer tread life resulting in improved mileage and value for money.

How the Warranty works

Every Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure tyre comes with a mileage warranty of between 55,000-95,000km depending upon tyre size and construction.  If the tread on your Wrangler-All Terrain Adventure tyre wears evenly down to the treadwear indicators (worn to 1.6mm) before delivering the warranted kilometres (refer to warranty table) the tyre will be replaced on a pro-rata basis. For example, if your tyre warranty is 95,000km and you only travel 47,500km on your tyres before the tyre wears down to the treadwear indicators, your Goodyear authorised retailer will provide an equivalent Goodyear replacement tyre at 50% off the current recommended retail price.

Download the Mileage Warranty Brochure (link to the brochure pdf). 

Things you need to know:

You must rotate and balance your tyres at a Goodyear authorised retailer, every 6 months or 10,000km, whichever comes first (costs may be applicable).

Wheel alignment must be performed as recommended by a Goodyear authorised retailer.

Service record must be presented at each tyre service and be stamped/signed as appropriate.  Service records must be kept.

Tyre pressure must be maintained as per vehicle placard.

When making a claim, you must present your tyre, completed Service Record and the tyre purchase invoice showing tyre description, vehicle mileage and the date the tyre(s) were installed, to aparticipating Goodyear retailer.

Tyres replaced become the property of Goodyear & Dunlop Tyres (Aust) Pty Ltd.

You must pay any other applicable taxes and government mandated charges on the services you order.

Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure Range

Size

Load/Speed

Mileage Warranty (km)

LT31X10.50R15

109R

                       75,000

235/70R16

106T

                       55,000

255/70R16

111T

                       55,000

265/70R16

112T

                       55,000

LT225/75R16

115/112R

                       65,000

LT245/75R16

120/116S

                       85,000

LT265/75R16

123/120R

                       95,000

LT235/85R16

120/116R

                       75,000

245/65R17

107T

                       55,000

255/65R17

110T

                       55,000

265/65R17

112T

                       55,000

235/70R17

109T

                       55,000

LT245/70R17

119/116R

                       85,000

LT265/70R17

121/118S

                       95,000

LT285/70R17

121/118R

                       95,000

LT245/75R17

121/118S

                       85,000

265/60R18

110T

                       55,000

LT265/70R18

124/121S

                       85,000

285/60R18

116T

                       65,000

LT245/70R16

113/110S

                       85,000

265/50R20

107T

                       55,000

Your legal rights

Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. Youare entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

Warranty conditions

This warranty is valid:

For 5 years from date of purchase or until the tyre is completely worn out or no longer serviceable.

The tyres have been used only on the vehicle on which they were originally installed at a participating Goodyear authorised retailer.

This warranty is not valid:

For tyres used in commercial applications including, but not limited to, police, taxi service, mining sites, national accounts, government and contract sales.

For tyres supplied as original equipment.

When irregular wear or damage appears due to:

      – Improper inflation pressure

      – Overloading

      – High-speed spin up

      – Misapplication, misuse, negligence

      – Misalignment (wrong alignment setting, worn suspension components etc.)

      – Racing

      – Use of tyre chains

      – Improper mounting or demounting

      – Improper repair

      – Wreck, collision or fire

      – Road hazards (including, but not limited to, punctures, cuts, snags, impact breaks)

      – Excessive off-road use 

      – Any tyre that has been intentionally altered to change its appearance