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Nitto History 

Nitto Tires is a Japanese tire manufacturer that was founded in 1949. Initially, it satisfied local demand, but after 17 years Nitto expanded to the United States as Toyo Tire USA Corporation. Back in 1999, Nitto Tire North America was established. The Japanese brand is headquartered in the U.S and making tires for the American market. 

Japanese brand received exponential popularity starting with 1990. This company offers a wide range of high-performance tires. Nitto is known as one of the most trustworthy tire manufacturers which produce some of the highest quality tires on the market. These models come to improve a vehicle's acceleration, braking, and cornering stability. 

Most popular Nitto tires 

The main purpose of the Japanese brand is to develop tires with the best features when it comes to dry, wet, or snow-covered roads. 

One of the most popular Nitto tires are: 

Nitto Ridge Grappler: This model comes with an aggressive pattern which can go through the mud with good mileage on the highway. If you are looking for the best all-terrain and mud-terrain tire, then the Ridge Grappler can be the best option. The Grappler is available in 16-inch to 24-inch sizes. 

The Nitto NT420S is an all-season tire designed for SUVs and trucks. This model is a summer/performance tire which comes with big chunks of rubber designed to ensure the best traction on the road. On NT40S there is also a circumferential groove right in the center designed to reduce the risk of hydroplaning thus improve traction on both wet and dry surfaces. This model is available from 17 to 26-inch sizes with 65,000 miles tread life.   

If you’re looking for a long life tire with great off-road features, then NITTO DURA GRAPPLER is the best option for you. This model is designed for crossovers and compact SUVs. The DURA GRAPPLER comes with a 60,000-mile treadwear warranty. This tire is designed to ensure a comfortable, quiet, and safe ride.

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