Michelin LTX M/S 2

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 by Steve Huffman
Michelin Brand Tires
Last year, Michelin introduced their new LTX M/S 2 tire to replace the ever-popular LTX M/S. That tire was one of the best tires Michelin has ever made, but was due for an upgrade. Now that it has been out for over a year, it has proven to be a top performer and top choice for many light trucks and SUVs.
Michelin LTX M/S 2
It comes as no surprise that it currently ranks number one in our Highway All-Season survey. Ever wonder why Michelin has such a great reputation? It's because of tires like this.

It features an improved tread design, geared to focus on better all-season traction, without sacrificing road comfort and noise. The Michelin LTX M/S 2 has a higher 720 tread wear rating and a 6-year/70,000 mile tread life warranty.

Comments on Michelin LTX M/S 2

Tuesday, February 8, 2011 by stan:
will this LTS M/S 2 fit a mercury, milan, premier ? and if so what kind of ride can I expect ?
Tuesday, February 8, 2011 by Steve:
Unfortunately they don't come in the correct size for your vehicle. I would suggest the Michelin Pilot Sport AS+. Pretty sporty tire that is very quiet and excellent traction.
Saturday, March 19, 2011 by Shawn Andrew:
Will this tire work well with my 2 wheel drive 2004 Ford Escape. The tire size is 235/70/16.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 by Kasey:
Look at the Mich LTS to replace the worn out Wrangler HT's on my horse trailer?? what u think??
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 by phabeon:
How are these on Honda Pilots?
Thursday, September 1, 2011 by Steve:
These tires would be perfect for a Honda Pilot. Great ride and even better traction.
Saturday, September 10, 2011 by Bob Hawley:
Hi: Do they make these in a 245/75R16? Thank you.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 by Wayne:
How do these tires perform on a Jeep Grand Cherokee w/AWD?
Sunday, February 19, 2012 by JJHew:
Will the Michelin LYX M/S 2 in size P265/75R16 (114T) ever be available again? Back order since last summer! Still waiting; need tires!
Friday, July 20, 2012 by Curt Connolly:
What is the difference between 235 70 16 and 245 70 16 tires?

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