Summary: We purchased a set of these tires in January of 2013. They have been smooth-riding, quiet and have worn evenly on my 2007 Toyota Highlander. We have rotated and balanced the tires regularly and kept the vehicle in alignment. Unfortunately, the tires are down to the wear bars after 22,000 miles.
Summary: Made it through the 2104 winter here (near Phila). Didn't have the confidence of braking in the snow, but had no problems, never got stuck, never needed optional 4WD (have 4Matic). Took it to Cape Hatteras and had no problems in the sand.
Summary: I have these tires on my Audi Q5 TDI and really enjoy them. They are extremely grippy tires with phenomenal braking and traction. This is evident when taking corners super fast and hard in twisty roads of the rocky mountains.
Summary: The Michelin Latitude Sport tires came stock on my Audi Q5. They are an exceptional summer sport tire, with incredible grip. As far as winter/snow conditions, it would be advisable to have a set of winter, or all weather tires for that time of year.
Summary: My family totally believes in Michelin tires. Trust and reliability are of utmost importance when your families lives depend on safety. When properly rotated, they always last as they are rated. Through the years we have collected rebates and roadside repair kits from Michelin.
Summary: In my opinion, there are NO Higher Quality tires available than Michelin. I have a Mitsubishi Eclipse convertible, and going around curves CAN be tricky, especially on WET ROADS... but the Michelin Tires GRIP and avoid vehicle spin outs the best.