Michelin Latitude Tour

The Michelin Latitude Tour is a Touring All Season tyre designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4s.

This tyre has been replaced by the Michelin Latitude tour HP.

Tyre Reviews

Dry Grip 90%
Wet Grip 82%
Road Feedback 88%
Handling 70%
Wear 78%
Comfort 76%
Buy again 73%

Tyre review data from 7 tyre reviews averaging 80% over 182,500 miles driven.

The Latitude Tour is ranked 5th of 20 All Season Touring tyres.

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Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
205/65 R15 94T   C C 69 9.37kgs

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Size Price Range  
265/65 R17 £180.30 - £183.90 (2 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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Top 3 Michelin Latitude Tour Reviews

Given 93% while driving a Honda CR V III (225/65 R17 T) on mostly country roads for 3,000 spirited miles
Had these tyres fitted just before Christmas to replace the previous Bridgestones which the vehicle came with. I live in a semi rural area and have to pass quarries, which make the roads very wet and muddy for a large part of the year. The tread pattern is more "car like" than the previous 4x4 tyres although these Michelins are M+S rated. The most instant changes I noticed were much quieter, smoother and much better cornering with the car feeling less "stodgy". The ride did feel slightly stiffer, which was a suprise as they are T speed rated and the previous tyres were H rated. The wet and dry grip is good and these tyres combined with part time 4WD easily coped with the 6-7 inches of snow we had.The tyres at £150 each were relatively expensive but with a 600 treadwear rating I expect to get at least 3 years(35-40,000 miles)out of them. Would buy them again.
Helpful 48 - tyre reviewed on January 30, 2013
Given 61% while driving a Ford Kuga (235/55 R17 V) on a combination of roads for 40,000 average miles
I am a struto-camel ... they have the m + s symbol, but they are not really winter (you can use them if the temperature does not drop below -5 degrees Celsius) ... after 20,000 km, they already seem consumed as the duration life ... I say that I have them mounted on the new car, so the car was equipped by the manufacturer ...
Helpful 14 - tyre reviewed on November 5, 2018
Given 80% while driving a Audi Q5 (235/65 R17 H) on a combination of roads for 0 average miles
Just got these from friend who did not need them any more with about 70% of life left. I put them on my wife's Audi Q5 tdi. Compared to my previous Contis and Dunlops they seem to be pretty smooth and comfortable with good grip. However if you like a "wide" look while sticking to original dimensions be aware that these Michelins look much narrower than say the Dunlop sport . If you don't care about that then it's an excellent choice.
Helpful 5 - tyre reviewed on May 16, 2018
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Latest Michelin Latitude Tour Reviews

Given 77% while driving a Hyundai Caligraphy awd 2.5T (/60 R18) on mostly town for 2,500 easy going miles
These tires are rated at 106 weight which is 2000 lbs prox and v rated which is up to 149 mph. They are on a Hyundai Caligraphy with awd and a 2.5T engine. The car is better than some of the muscle cars I had in the '60s. So, maybe the reason it rides hard is the tire is stiffer to handle a bid load and high speeds. Of course I do not go 149 to that is wasted. I am unhappy with the ride. Seems to be stiff, particularly when it is cold. The mfgr states TP should be 35 lbs, so that may be a little high for that size sidewall. The tires I took off were 255/40R 20, and rode very hard. In the '60s, we kept tires inflated at 32 and maybe that is what these tires need. Anyway, after new rims and tires, I am worn out on replacing, so what is, is on these and I am stuck with them for the future. Since I only drive 5,000 miles a year they should last me 10 years. I took them to a fairly steep hill in the pouring rain and slammed the accelerator and with awd the car took off like a rocket, so grip is outstanding.
Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on June 12, 2022
Given 87% while driving a Honda CR V III (225/60 R18) on mostly motorways for 57,000 average miles
Have them on my CRV III since 2014! Done 90.000 km so far without an issue. They grip as day one, the sidewalls are a bit cracky but the tread is still fine that's why I have not replaced them as yet. Mostly highway kms but also some off road although not really tested on snow. Unbelievably quiet, still to day, never had a puncture nor air loss, simply outstanding tyres, will buy them again but cannot find the dimensions anymore, so I will have to settle either for 235/60/18 or 235/55/18.
Helpful 4 - tyre reviewed on August 17, 2020
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