Michelin Latitude Tour 235/55R18 99T BSW (235/55 R18) tires

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Get all-season driving performance with the Michelin Latitude Tour P235/55R18 99T Tire The Michelin Latitude Tour Tire is Michelin's leading tire for SUVs and crossover vehicles. Featuring impressive on-road handling and comfort, the Latitude Tour gives you premium performance whether you're running errands or hitting the road for a three-day weekend. Comfort Control Technology uses computer-optimized design and precision manufacturing to reduce vibrations and road noise. You'll enjoy a quieter, more comfortable ride as a result. Constructed with a silica-tread compound, this Michelin Latitude Tour Tire provides exceptional handling and braking, even on wet roads. It has wide circumferential grooves that help resist hydroplaning when you drive over pools of water on the road. A nylon wrap prevents wear at high speeds, so the life of your tires will be extended. And it's designed to improve fuel efficiency, so you can save money at the pump and reduce CO2 emissions.


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tire size width: 235 width

tire size aspect ratio: 55 aspect ratio

tire size wheel diameter: 18"


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Product Title: Michelin Latitude Tour 235/55R18 99T BSW (235/55 R18) tires

Manufacturer: Michelin

Lowest Price: $203.00 from Sears.com

Power Score: 3.0 | 3 Reviews


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Awesomw wear

Strengths: Handling and wear

Weakness: None

I have had hese tires on my Chevrolet Equnox since new. I now have driven over 100,000 kms and they still are only a bit more than half worn. Cant wear them out it seems. i will definitely replace with the same tire

By anonymous; - Mar 28, 2013

Cracking between tread and sidewall

Just took our 2010 Chevy Equinox (57k miles) to the dealer to show them all 4 of our tires were cracking between the tread and the sidewall. The service manager agreed they looked like re-treaded tires. Michelin agreed to replace 2 of the tires if we bought the other two.

By anonymous; - Jan 16, 2013

Michelin Latitude Tour P235/55R18M&S

Strengths: None in 9 months the tires worn down 5/32 on paved roads

Weakness: My 2011 Terrain hidroplaned in a light rain in the summer. No control over front end skids in snow this is an all wheel drive and at low speeds of less than 20 kw an hour

After taking the vehicle back to the dealership with no results and Michelin Tire company taking no resposiblity, as well as General Motors customer service in Ontario I replace the tires at my own expense. Need less to say there will be no more michelin tires in my lifetime on any vehicle that I own.

By anonymous; - Oct 10, 2012

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