Michelin Latitude Tour
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Excellent traction on wet pavement. Very stable around corners, no slipping. Effectively resists hydroplaning over puddles.
The Cons:Not great on deep snow or ice, tends to slip a fair bit. Driving on unpaved dirt roads tends to reduce handling significantly, slides readily.
The Michelin Latitude Tour is a crossover/SUV all-season light truck tire designed for crossovers, sport utility vehicles and light duty pickups. It’s essentially an upgrade from the Cross Terrain SUV as it provides more versatility, as well as improved fuel efficiency, braking and comfort.
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In particular, it utilizes wide circumferential grooves that help resist hydroplaning; multiple sipes that provide a biting edge in snow; and stable shoulder blocks coupled with a continuous center rib for enhanced highway stability. Plus the tire’s internal structure includes twin steel belts under the tread area to enhance ride quality.
- Premium All-Season Tire
- Geared for Crossovers
- Geared for Sport Utilities
- Geared for Light Duty Pickups
- Low Noise / High Comfort
- Optimized Responsiveness
- Maximized Wear Resistance
- Extra Biting Edge
- Year-Round Traction
- Wet, Dry, Snow Compatible
- Enhanced Highway Stability
- Enhanced Ride Quality
- Wear Life: 9
- Fuel Efficency: 10
- Off Road: 4
- Braking: 10
- Comfort: 10
User Reviews (7)
excellent traction on wet pavement
very stable around corners, no slipping
effectively resists hydroplaning over puddles
provides a comfortable ride without shaking the car
runs very quietly, even at highway speeds
not great on deep snow or ice, tends to slip a fair bit
driving on unpaved dirt roads tends to reduce handling significantly, slides readily
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