3 out of 5 (8 Reviews)

A highway all-season tire designed especially for vans and multi-purpose vehicles, with good traction and great mileage all year round.

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VancoFourSeason™ Specifications for

LT245/75R16 (116Q)

Load Index 116 lbs

Speed Rating Q99 MPH

Tread Wear N/A

Traction N/A
Temperature N/A
Article Number 04733490000
Approved Rim Width 6.5 - 8.0
Tire Diameter 30.5 in
Tire Weight 42.7 lbs
Max Load 2778 lbs
Rim Protect No
Max Inflation Pressure 80 psi
Side Wall BSW
Overall Section Width 9.8 (7.0) in
Tread Depth 12/32 in
Tire Metric LT-Metric
Load Range E
Revs Per Mile 681

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Superior Performance

The VancoFourSeason™ innovative tread design combines response, stability and driver comfort all in one and provides longer treadwear for greater treadlife.

Reliable regardless of weather or season, the VancoFourSeason™ is an original equipment tire that provides strong traction even in rain and light snow, while still providing lower road noise and a more comfortable driving experience. 

Mileage 8
Fuel Efficiency 7
Handling 6
Wet Traction 7
Snow Traction 6
Quiet Ride 7



Overall Ratings

63% Would Recommend
8 Reviews Average Overall Rating

Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Vanco 4 Season Very High priced for the quality. I get maybe 20,000 miles of wear. They are poor in the snow, ice, water. Try to buy when there is a promotion to save some money.
Date published: 2010-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from magic tyre I have had two sets of these Vanco 8 's on a Benz Vito LWB . Magic tyre for traction & performance , in that you can not fault the tyre from new to worn out. The down side is the kilometers . In both sets the tyres useful life ended at 21000 klms. In Australia a 225 /65 / 16 tyre retails for about $ 295 dollars , making them an expensive investment. Would I have them again ? . Yes , because I have had 6 sets of tyres on my Vito & no other brand performs like the Vanco 8 Kind regards , RT.
Date published: 2011-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tire for my motorhome! I've had six Vanco FourSeason tires on my 24' motorhome since I purchased it 2 1/2/ years ago. They've performed marvelously during that time with over 38000 miles on them. I'm going to have them replaced with the same.
Date published: 2011-06-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Never again Tires handled well , quiet and nice ride, BUT, lasted 2 years with 15k miles and already need replacement
Date published: 2011-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best for 04-06 Sprinter 118" WB w/15" wheel Germen Made for Euro Van, Includes Manufacturer's Road Hazard Warranty
Date published: 2011-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Lasting I have over 74k miles on these set of tires and about to change now to the exact same tires. I have a 2014 Pro Master Van 2500 long wheel base. Fantastic tire. I carry alot of weight in the Van at times and pull a 3,500 lb trailer.
Date published: 2017-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from long lasting Im on the second set of these tires now. I got 48k miles on the first set. I have a 2012 Mercedes Sprinter Van 3500 short wheel base. great tire as I carry alot of weight in the Van and pull a 5000lb trailer
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from May be good tire for bigger vans; little ones, no. I have an NV200 leased for work, and it came with these as OEM tires in 185/60R15C size. (Not too many options in this size, and it's really too small for the van, but that was Nissan's choice, not mine.) That said, the TIRE itself seems OK. The sidewall is super-stiff, which does not help with ride compliance in a tall box on wheels, but it was engineered to meet a particular load rating. As a Continental product, I have no worries that it would not perform to expectations in that regard, although I haven't come close to meeting the GVWR for this vehicle. Tire / road noise is awful, wet traction is just so-so, probably because the tread design is very basic. I've only driven it on icy roads once and will not do so again unless absolutely necessary. This size just does not have enough contact patch. I could look over most of that if I knew how long they were supposed to last, and if they weren't so expensive compared to other tires this size. I cannot find anything from Continental on UTQG specs, and if they're not willing to put that on paper and stand by it, how can my dealer and I determine whether they're performing as intended? At 45,000 miles, all four of them are wearing down on the sides and as a result, I'm noticing significant wet traction degradation. I follow the vehicle owner's maintenance schedule for tire rotation, check the pressures every fill-up, and the dealer says alignment is normal. They won't change them for anything except the OEM tire, and I can't understand why I should pay two lease payments for another set of tires I already don't like! This may be a good choice for bigger cargo vans, as other reviews indicate, but on a small van I just cannot recommend it. The small tire size they require, and the tire's inherent stiff construction makes for too many compromises.
Date published: 2017-10-28
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