Michelin's LTX M/S2 Tire Takes Top Spot in Tire Reviews and Ratings

Back in 2011, the "Michelin LTX M/S Tires Replaced by New LTX M/S2" post was introduced to let people know about the new Michelin LTX M/S2. Fast forward a few years and we can see that this great tire is the top-ranked option in our customer survey and reviews in the Highway All-Season category.  

Take a look at what our customers have been saying about the LTX M/S2 tire:

"This is my second set. I bought a set for my F-150 and now with my new (to me) Ford Escape. I really trust these tires and wouldn't settle for anything else! I bought some last year for my truck and only once did I get stuck on the ice (so much better than the five or six times I got stuck with the crappy tires I had bought before them). I live out in the country so a good tire is half the battle when the bad weather sets in. Great tire, will definitely stick with this tire!"  -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2005 Ford Escape 4WD

"Well I got to drive this in the winter of East Tennessee and I got great traction on the ice and snow when we got several inches of snow and a half-inch of ice. I was able to move and not slip and slide around, these got better traction than the original LTX I had on this truck before."  -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 1996 Chevy C1500

"Have these tire for about 25,000 nukes. They have worn only 2/32". The tire rides very well. Had the stock Goodyear SR-As, they did not handle, drive or wear like these tires do. I do a lot of highway mountain driving, heavy rains, snow, ice and whatever the highways throw at us. Best tire I have ever had. I would highly recommend these to everybody who needs a great tire."  -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland. 

If you're looking for a great all-season tire for your truck, SUV or crossover, be sure that the Michelin LTX M/S2 is on your shopping list! 


Saturday, July 29, 2017 by Tom Galioto

Ratings on the Michelin LTX MS2 seem to be very good, and I'm interested in using them to replace the same model and size (LT225/75R16) tires that are now on my Class C Motor Home. I'd be interested on how folks feel about this tire in my application, and particularly how it would rate against a similar Toyo or Cooper tire. I've heard that the side walls of the Michelin are weaker to give a smoother ride and better mileage, but that does not necessarily sound good for safety for a Motor Home.

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