Reviews and Problems with Michelin Latitude Tour HP
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2 weeks ago
Summary: Original set of tires were OEM equipment when we purchased the vehicle new. At 64K the Lexus RX350 was starting to ride rough like the shocks were gone. Tread was worn to point of replacement. We wanted to replace before winter and now the car rides as smooth as the day we bought it new. Will purchase these tires again and again. Couldn't be happier.
Summary: Bought vehicle new for my wife. Ninety percent of driving on highway with only 32,655 miles and the tires are down to 3 on my tread gauge. I've always bought Michelin tires for the durability and mileage but will consider a different brand.
Summary: These are by far the loudest tires I have ever had on a car. For luxury tires they should be quiet, but at as little as 30 mph they are louder than the engine. This is my third set of tires on my 08 cx-9 and by far the worst. I have to have people yell from the second row to be heard over the tires if I'm going any faster than 45 mph. The ride doesn't seem and better than any of my previous tires. I have had car completely checked out and no idea why they are loud.
Summary: I've had my Michelin latitude HP tires since 2011 when I purchased my vehicle. I am currently going on 92,000 miles with thread still left. Thank You Michelin for great tires!! Guess what my next set of tires will be?
Summary: Replacing the original tires on my Lexus GX460. Although these are rated for 55K miles, I've already got 61K on them and they are just now at the tread wear level to be replaced. I'm buying this exact same tire for the vehicle because the first set was the best tire I've ever had.
Summary: As with many of the other reviewers here, I'm having to replace the Michelin Latitude Touring HP's I bought in 2010 due to poor treadlife. I had them put on my '07 Nissan Murano when it had roughly 42K miles on it, now at 79.5K miles, I'm already having to replace them. For 55K miles tires I hoped to get closer to that estimate before I had to replace them, espcially for the price I paid, and am having to pay again, today, when they're replaced.
Summary: We are looking forward to removing these worn, rough-riding, poor snow driving tires from an '09 Edge Limited. The car only has 18,000 light/ local miles on it, and the Ford Dealer informed us that although they are perfectly and evenly worn, they will need to be replaced at the next State Inspection.
Summary: I felt so good that like to share my experience here. The difference in driving after changing 4 tires on my Lexus RX 350--it's not only very comfortable in driving but with also acoustically. I can hear better my music with less road noise. Great!!!
Summary: We just replaced the tires on our 2012 Lincoln MKT and wow!!!!When we purchased the new Lincoln, we immediately replaced the OEM tires with Latitude Tour HP, V speed rating. The handling was superb, but the stiff ride and resulting rattles almost drove us and our Lincoln dealership crazy. After 37000 miles, we determined that enough was enough!! This time we installed H speed rated, Latitude Tours and life is good!!!