These tires provide the best performance. These were on my 2013 Chevrolet Equinox when I purchased the car, and have been great. I did the routine tire rotation, and the warranty of 65,000 miles paid off. When I purchased new tires to replace these, I purchased the very same tire because of the fantastic performance. These tires provide a smooth ride as if you're riding in a car instead of an SUV. I would highly recommend these tires to anyone needing new tires for their SUV.
Tire has only 38,000 miles, but they all need to be replaced. Bought them new with Q5 2012 and has regular maintenance at dealership. Very disappointed. Is something better?
Original tires on our 2013 Buick and after 72,000+ trouble free miles they still look good and provide an excellent smooth ride. Replacing with the same tire because it’s prudent to do so since nearly all miles were in Texas heat.
Unfortunately, this model is currently the only Michelin that fits my Lexus LX. I've never gotten more than 25k miles on a set before I can tell on light snow in a turn that they need to be replaced. Granted, this is a heavy vehicle, but the Latitude is not well-designed for a large SUV. I had great experiences with the LTX M/S2 on large and mid-size SUVs -- especially in snow and ice. The only positive feature of the Latitude Tour HP is that it is quiet. It's too bad Michelin has limited its offering to this particular tire in my size. I guess it's time to look at other brands.
I have just returned from my Audi dealer for a recall and service repair. While there, they informed me that my tires which were the originals when I purchased my Audi 2011 Q5 needed to be replaced. I have 18784 miles on the car which is garaged and well cared for. I have never had Michelin tires last for so few miles and my previous car was a Porsche Boxster. Obviously, Michelin quality is not what it used to be.
Meets or exceeds tread life expectations, very smooth ride. OEM on 2013 Ford Explorer. I am surprised to see all the complaints about short tread life. It makes me wonder if the older tires were made better. I have my tires rotated every 10,000 miles, occasionally check the tire pressure and don't squeal the tires when making turns at intersections. I decided not to replace the tires before last winter. I looked at them today and may not replace them before this winter (in southeast New York) either based on the remaining tread and the long tread life claimed in some reviews.
I had Michelin tires on my car when I first bought it in 2005 and when it was time to get new tires, Michelin was the only brand that I was interested in. I always prefer Michelin due to the quality of tires.