The Michelin LTX M/S is considered a Highway All-Season tire. Which is where I spent about 90%percent of my time on these tires. However about 90% precent of the fun with the old truck was off road.
I was impressed by how much I could get into with this the Highway All-Season Michelin LTX M/S tire. I have never been stuck or not been able to get back to the road, however I was a little more responsible than some of my other Buddies. These tires worked out great for my needs; a tire that gave long life road well and looked good on the truck.
THE SNOWNext check out the snow rating. At the time of this picture it was mid February with about 18-24 inches of packed snow and some power on top. I had the 265/75R16 Michelin LTX M/S on my 2003 GMC 4X4. The front torsion bars were turned up about half way with some blocks in the back. Actually had my Mom with me at the time who prefers to keep vehicles on pavement. However the Michelin LTX M/S did so well she stopped worrying we would be stuck until spring and hopped out to take a couple of pictures. Not sure if she felt safer outside of the truck or not?
The Tire Rack has received over 1,800 survey results racking up over 67 million miles of feedback and still this tire ranks 8th in Highwayayy All-season category at 94% compared to the best in class. Michelin was not satisfied so they kept working and have come out with the Michelin LTX M/S2.
Michelin LTX M/S Tread Pattern