Reviews and Problems with Michelin Latitude Tour HP
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Only got 60% of mileage guarantee
2 weeks ago
Summary: Used on my Mercedes 2007 ML350 SUV, and I liked the ride and handling very much. However, the thread life was only about 30K on a tire rated at 55K. That said, I was able to get about half off a new set under the warranty which I thought was a fair trade. So now, I have a new set of these tires and hope that I will not keep the vehicle much more than another 20-25K miles. ps I have had the tires rotated as recommended.
Summary: I just replaced my Latitude 245/50/20s with 4 more. The first set still had 5/32 of tread left after 45000 miles. I was expecting the large wheel to yield longer tire life. I was told the tires should last 55000 miles but we live in Western NY and I wasn't comfortable going into another NY winter with tires being 80% worn. Stopping distance is just as important as traction in snow and these tires with decent tread depth have yet to disappoint me.
Summary: Leased a 2012 SRX from Cadillac for 3 years and expected much better from them and Michelin. These tires are rated for 55K and barely got over 30K. Now we have to replace and turn in the leased SRX in 5 months with new tires on it out of pocket (warranty offer was weak). Always had a good history with Michelin but this really sours things. Didn't think tires would be an issue for what we pay for Cadillac and Michelin. Very disappointed with both now.
Summary: My first set came on my new car purchased in 2010. 126,000 miles later I purchased the same tires(first replacement). I hope this second set is as good as the first. I was very happy with the tires.
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.