Reviews and Problems with Michelin Latitude Tour HP
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Driving Better with New Latitude Tour HP
7 days ago
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!!!
Summary: These these Michelin Tires are great tires nothing but the best tires on the market now I had them for two weeks now no problems 255/50/19 107V Tires are great and grab the road and handle nicely I have them on my BMW X5 so these came with my BMW X5 and they are the best Tires for the money you pay no doubt !!! Five Star Rating on these Michelin Tires !!!!
Summary: I just replaced a set of Latitude Tour HP's on my 2010 Sport Trac Adrenalin with another set of the same tire. The tires went past the 55000 mile warranty to 66000 miles before reaching the wear indicators. That's more than twice the miles I got out of the factory originals on the vehicle when I bought it new. The treads wore evenly and gave a much better ride, handling, and less road noise than the factory originals also. The Latitude Tour HP is a very good tire.
Summary: I drive a 2007 Acura MDX which came equipped with Michelin Latitude Tour HP. I liked the OEM tires and when the time came to replace my tires, I replaced them with like tires, Michelin Latitude Tour HP. After 30 K miles, the tires have become extremely noisy and if not for the tread remaining on the tires, I would replace them with a different type or brand.
Summary: The tires are OEM on a 2012 Nissan Armada. Nice driving tire which is expected from Michelin. Tread life is extremely disappointing being a Michelin product. Claim is 55,000 mile tire but we are at 29,000 and two separate tire people said they need to be replaced immediately as they are entering the unsafe area. Tires are rotated every 5,000 miles and kept at recommended pressure.
Summary: On a 2010 Ford Edge and just went over 70,000 miles a month ago. A month before that, I noticed that I should probably replace these right before winter. Dealer looked at them around 60K and assured me there were a lot of good miles left for sure. I only had them rotated about twice max (possibly only one rotation at 50K) Regardless of that horrible rotation schedule... I love these tires and am going to probably replace with same. Why not!
Summary: Original Equipment on my 2011 Ford Edge SEL. Presently at 70,050 miles and still going strong. Just had vehicle in for 70k service and they and I feel another 10,000 is probably in these tires. Will definitely purchase same as replacement when that time comes!
Summary: I bought these to replace the original Michelins that came on my BMW X5. Although I rated the tire high in most categories the bottom line is the most important aspect wasn't good, the tread wear. I was only to get 39,000 out of a 55,000 tire. The wear was even on all four so not a balance or rotation issues, just didn't hold up. Same experience with the original tires, only 37,000 out of those.
Summary: I've always been pleased with Michelin Tires until these. They are on a Ford Edge and I am very religious about tire rotation every 5000 miles, proper pressure, and alignment. Unfortunately I haven't even reached 30,000 miles on these tires and they have begun to wear excessively on all four tires in the middle of the tread and have begun to make a lot of road noise. They will not make it to the 55,000 mile mark that Michelin claims.