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Nokian 20" All Season Tires (One HT) - Thoughts?

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Wanted to see if anyone has any updates on efficiency gains with this set.
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I had Discount Tire install a set of the Nokian One HT 275/65/R20 just this week. It’s too soon to speak to range or efficiency but they are a lot quieter than the Pirelli AT+. Pretty much the equivalent of switching from any snow tire to any summer tire. I like the fact that they are the same size so no reconfiguration of the vehicle is necessary.
Any update?
 

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I‘m curious about this as well. I’d like to see some efficiency gains over the ATs with a good AS tire. Like how these are the same size but it sounds like others have seen higher efficiency gains with the Pirelli Scorptions AS3 or Falken Ziex. Though I’m not sure how much the 1” size difference effects all the various calculations.
 

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The most recent update wiped my guess-o-meter and I’ve been running the ac more, so no real update on my end. I’m estimating 4-5% increase
 

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I just pull the trigger on a set of Nokian One HT LT275/65R20 126S E/10

I will report consumption and performance (as much information as possible) of the tires compared to the 20" AT tires installed on my truck right now, pictures, characteristics and so on.

I'm located in Miami, Florida, 7,800 miles on my R1T VIN 12,xxx Silver with OC interior.
Charging 99% at home level 2 to a 70%.

I do mostly city driving with some occasional highway. All purpose - mid - with high regen...... Sometimes I like to feel the quad motors push....

My total average from day 1 is 2.25 mi/kWh

So stay tuned.


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I just pull the trigger on a set of Nokian One HT LT275/65R20 126S E/10

I will report consumption and performance (as much information as possible) of the tires compared to the 20" AT tires installed on my truck right now, pictures, characteristics and so on.

I'm located in Miami, Florida, 7,800 miles on my R1T VIN 12,xxx Silver with OC interior.
Charging 99% at home level 2 to a 70%.

I do mostly city driving with some occasional highway. All purpose - mid - with high regen...... Sometimes I like to feel the quad motors push....

My total average from day 1 is 2.25 mi/kWh

So stay tuned.


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This is great, looking forward for the results
 

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Im really interested to hear back what people think about this and see more pictures of them installed.

My 20" AT's are getting REALLY noisy after 13k miles and I've basically resigned myself to using the Wrangler if I want to offroad. Replacing them with AS tires is looking likely for me.
 

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I finally had a chance to repeat the test drive I did a month ago on my AT+’s, only this time with the Nokian One HT. I drove to my favorite coffee shop in Redmond and then back to Bend for a round trip distance of 26 miles. Both drives were on dry pavement, temps in the low 60’s, negligible wind and driving exactly the speed limit.

The results were a little disappointing. My efficiency with the AT+’s was 1.9 mi/kWh and the Nokians came in at 2.1 which was much less than I had hoped for. I suppose a longer drive might have been more revealing.

One factor I question is since the Nokian is an LT tire with a higher weight rating, should I tamper with the inflation pressure. I put that question to Discount Tire and the service agent said to follow the Rivian recommended inflation of 48 psi. On the drive home I noticed that my tires had been inflated to 52 psi so the next day I stopped by and asked the tech who swapped my tires what the deal was and he said he felt one should increase the psi when switching to a higher weight rating tire.

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I finally had a chance to repeat the test drive I did a month ago on my AT+’s, only this time with the Nokian One HT. I drove to my favorite coffee shop in Redmond and then back to Bend for a round trip distance of 26 miles. Both drives were on dry pavement, temps in the low 60’s, negligible wind and driving exactly the speed limit.

The results were a little disappointing. My efficiency with the AT+’s was 1.9 mi/kWh and the Nokians came in at 2.1 which was much less than I had hoped for. I suppose a longer drive might have been more revealing.

One factor I question is since the Nokian is an LT tire with a higher weight rating, should I tamper with the inflation pressure. I put that question to Discount Tire and the service agent said to follow the Rivian recommended inflation of 48 psi. On the drive home I noticed that my tires had been inflated to 52 psi so the next day I stopped by and asked the tech who swapped my tires what the deal was and he said he felt one should increase the psi when switching to a higher weight rating tire.

Thoughts anyone?
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My efficiency with the AT+’s was 1.9 mi/kWh and the Nokians came in at 2.1 which was much less than I had hoped for.
That's a 10% gain, nothing to snub your nose at.

FWIW, I got 2.46 mi/kWh today from Gig Harbor-ish to Port Angeles and back, mostly 50s-60s temps and speed, on 20" ATs in all purpose/low/stiff.

IRT tire pressure, I've read people pumping LTs capable of max 80psi up to 60psi... Anyone want to chime in?
 

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FWIW, I got 2.46 mi/kWh today from Gig Harbor-ish to Port Angeles and back,
Funny, but we’re headed to Port Angeles on Monday. I intend to tow my 27’ Airstream up to Vancouver Island. I’m a touch apprehensive about making it over Mt Hood but I intend to post my travel results.
 

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I finally had a chance to repeat the test drive I did a month ago on my AT+’s, only this time with the Nokian One HT. I drove to my favorite coffee shop in Redmond and then back to Bend for a round trip distance of 26 miles. Both drives were on dry pavement, temps in the low 60’s, negligible wind and driving exactly the speed limit.

The results were a little disappointing. My efficiency with the AT+’s was 1.9 mi/kWh and the Nokians came in at 2.1 which was much less than I had hoped for. I suppose a longer drive might have been more revealing.

One factor I question is since the Nokian is an LT tire with a higher weight rating, should I tamper with the inflation pressure. I put that question to Discount Tire and the service agent said to follow the Rivian recommended inflation of 48 psi. On the drive home I noticed that my tires had been inflated to 52 psi so the next day I stopped by and asked the tech who swapped my tires what the deal was and he said he felt one should increase the psi when switching to a higher weight rating tire.

Thoughts anyone?
From 1.9 to 2.1 is a 10% gain and from 289 miles official on AT's , you are extending it to 318 miles....
I call it a win. My Nokian tires are coming in today, I will make sure to report this more extensible.
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