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Latitude Tour HP MSRP: $ 271.00
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Description:
Designed specifically for drivers of luxury SUVs and crossover vehicles, the Michelin® Latitude® Tour HP tires combine the pristine ride quality of our premier touring tires with the durability of our toughest truck tires. Michelin Latitude Tour HP tires feature newly developed Secure Lock Tread Blocks that remain open during normal driving to deliver optimum all-weather traction, but close and lock under stress, creating a solid tread block that delivers better performance during acceleration, braking, and cornering maneuvers.

 
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Reviewed by:
Bill


Review Date
January 31, 2013

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
1 to 3 months

Visitors rate this review
5.00 of 5, 13.00 votes

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Review 1 of 11

Price Paid:  $880.00 from Goodyear national st

Year / Model Reviewed:
2011 Honda Pilot EX-L

Strengths:
Wet stopping

Weaknesses:
none noticed

Summary:
Great for a heavier SUV

Similar Products Used:
Googyear fortura-Gone in 15,00 miles !



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Reviewed by:
guymitchell@charter.net



Review Date
March 28, 2011

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

Visitors rate this review
4.59 of 5, 29.00 votes

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Review 2 of 11

Price Paid:  $800.00 from Tire Discount

Year / Model Reviewed:
2003 Explorer/4dr 4x4

Strengths:
quiet, smooth, long-lasting, great handling

Weaknesses:
not cheap

Summary:
the most expensive tire is also the best! Great handling wet or dry, especially for the Explorer. These are the only tires I buy for all my vehicles. Last set of tires, I got over 100k miles. Just turned over 200k & on my third set of Michelins. Great Value.



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Reviewed by:
Jsg



Review Date
January 1, 2011

Overall Rating
 1 of 5

Value Rating
 1 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

Visitors rate this review
4.11 of 5, 35.00 votes

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Review 3 of 11

Price Paid:  $0.00

Strengths:
Very disappointing. Specially ordered on new BMWX5. Let us down badly on first snow trip. I wi ll probably have to ditch them.

Weaknesses:
Useless in snow.

Summary:
Stay away fro m these tires!



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Reviewed by:
ColoradoBill



Review Date
December 13, 2010

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

Visitors rate this review
4.86 of 5, 36.00 votes

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Review 4 of 11

Price Paid:  $800.00 from BigO Tires

Year / Model Reviewed:
2008 Lexus 400H

Strengths:
Durability, general handling

Summary:
I own a Jeep and a Lexus and, while I love my Jeep, jeeps are notorious for having alignment and adjustment problems (I've owned four jeeps, from 2dr/4dr wranglers to cherokee and grand cherokee). Jeeps are hard on tires and are generally uncomfortable rides. So, I sympathize with the reviewers on here who complain. But anyone who puts a "quality" tire on a Jeep is fooling themselves and hasn't done their vehicle research well. On the other hand, my Lexus responds well to the Michelin MXV4 S8s and now the Michelin Latitudes. It is a luxury/performance car, for which these luxury/performance tires are made. They are well designed for the supportive suspension system and shock-absorption qualities of the Lexus frame/chassis system. On my Lexus, the Latitudes really shine. Their stiffness complements the shock system well, and the car's quiet interior means that any tire road noise is irrelevant (contrast with my jeep, whose interior is by far the noisiest environment i've ever traveled in!). My cell phone conversations via Bluetooth built into the Lexus do not pick up any background/outside noise from the tires or road. Bottom line, IF you drive a luxury/well-built touring sedan, the Latitudes are probably the ideal tire. If you drive a Jeep, do what i did and buy 37" KM2s, and resign yourself to the fact that on-board conversations will never happen -- nor will a smooth, quiet ride or long tire wear! that's not what jeeps were designed for -- they're for off-road fun and lousy gas mileage!



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Reviewed by:
Randy Black


Review Date
September 10, 2010

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
Less than 1 month

Visitors rate this review
4.67 of 5, 30.00 votes

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Review 5 of 11

Price Paid:  $1400.00 from My mechanic

Year / Model Reviewed:
2006 Range Rover

Strengths:
Quiet, cornering, wet weather

Weaknesses:
Non yet

Summary:
Cost, Canadian funds. What a difference than the continentals that were on the Rover. I may have paid a little more from my mechanic but that was "all in" with just disposal fees. I would recommend these tires. Maybe the Jeep that the negative review was represented, was, well, um, a jeep. Enough said.



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