Reviewed by Rainbow
I know little about vehicle servicing and even less about tires. When told on a routine service that I would need new tires before my upcoming inspection, I turned to the online sites I've come to respect for no-nonsense advice for people like me. I found that Michelin were highly rated by both experts and purchasers. I then learned that the OEM tires for my particular vehicle were Michelin (not what was on the vehicle by the time I purchased it). And finally I learned that, contrary to expectation, Michelin were reasonably priced. I found Michelins that fit my vehicle and matched my driving habits/weather: the LTX M/S2. I then read online reviews about this particular tire. Confident, I bought them. I've now been driving on them for four months and can honestly say that I notice the difference in the sound and handling of the vehicle (especially in the rain). I would highly recommend these tires to anyone who's looking to check all the boxes of quality, performance and affordability.
Reviewed by Holzie
Michelin is the only tire is use on my vehicles. The LTX M/S2's I have on my 2007 Chevy Silverado Classic. I removed the OEM tires in less than 350 miles, replaced them Michelin's, and I haven't looked back. The wear, performance, value, quiet ride, traction, and dependability are something I have come to expect from Michelin tires. Today, when it costs so much to buy a car, why would you want to take chance and ruin it by purchasing cheap tires? Certainly not me! I am always amazed when people spend so much money on purchasing a vehicle yet want buy the cheapest tires possible as I have seen the havoc that poor tires can cause. I am on my second set of LTX's for my truck now and know that I can count on them to perform exactly as my first set. Living in snow country on a mountainside I never worry about these tires failing me which is most comforting. And, if any reason, an issue should arise, I know Michelin stands 100% behind every tire they manufacture. To me, that speaks volumes!
Reviewed by rvtraveler
I have been an RV enthusiast for many years. Over time, I have tried several brands of tires for my GMC 2500HD tow vehicle. I am now on my third set of Michelins. I have found Michelin tires carry the heavy load of my 5th wheel trailer extremely well. Handling is excellent and road noise is the lowest I have found in a mud and snow type tire. Michelins give me a sense of safety because they have proven to be trouble free over the life of the tire. I use Michelins on all of my vehicles including heavy duty tires with highway tread for my 5th wheel. My only complaint might be that I do not get quite the mileage for tread wear that is advertised. I'm sure this is partly because of the heavy load I carry. The rear tires wear fastest so rotations must be performed regularly. I usually buy new tires when the tread depth is about 4/32nd of an inch and that is about 45,000 miles. I've never found a tire that comes close to Michelin performance and always recommend them to family and friends.
This tire replaced the stock tires on my 2006 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab LX. The original tires lasted 60,000 miles which was pretty impressive. I could have gotten 5,000 more miles easily out of them. Got the Michelin Latitude Tour HP - P265 / 60R-18 110H MBZ and could not be happier with my choice. I do very little off road driving (which really amounts to fire roads), so highway driving was more important to me. These tires are noticeably a lot quieter and smoother with a noticeable better grip in corners. In So Cal, we have very little rain, so the small amount we have shows these tires to perform very excellent. My fuel economy has increased about 1 mile per gallon. I have only put 5,500 miles on them since purchasing them 2 months ago and have already rotated them once. So far, these tires were a great choice. I also researched tires for several months before purchasing them, because once you buy them, you are stuck with them for a long time. I also went plus 1 on the size over stock.
Reviewed by 610chat
Just had these new latitudes put on our 2012 ford edge that we purchased new in 2012. Purchased these because it was what came on suv in 2012 and had 103,000 miles on them with tread still on them. Never got that kind of miles out of a tire, hope these do the same. I run Michlins on all my trucks, expensive but I believe they are worth the difference in price.
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