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Michelin Premier LTX Tire Review – Video
Performance and design review of the Michelin Premier LTX all season SUV/CUV tire.
Even when half-worn, it’s still safe, thanks to EverGrip wet-braking technology. The MICHELIN® Premier® LTX® tire still stops shorter on wet roads than leading competitors’ brand-new tires.
With EverGrip™ Technology, expanding rain grooves widen and emerging grooves open as the tire wears to maintain traction.
Extreme amounts of silica in the EverGrip™ compound provides exceptional wet grip for everyday handling.
Sunflower Oil keeps the EverGrip™ compound flexible in lower temperatures along with many tread blocks and sipes that act as biting edges to cut through the snow.
“These tires replaced a set of Pirelli Scorpion Verdes that were half worn at 28,000 mi. on a manual transmission Tiguan. The car has a stiff suspension and although the Pirellis handled OK, the ride was rough and they were very noisy.
These Premier LTX were just what we needed. A smooth quiet ride with no reduction in handling. I thought the tread pattern looked aggressive, maybe truck-like and feared that they would still be a bit harsh but these ride very similar to my MXV4 Primacys on our Saab. Someone else reviewed them as “Buttery” and I would agree.
Our dog, who used to dislike riding in the Tiguan, and who would cringe and ball up went on a 650 miles trip this weekend and seemed content for the first time.”
“After a 3000 mile road trip tire performed better than expected.
Very nice quite ride at 75. Good handling all the way. Maybe gas mileage took a slight hit.
One afternoon in light snow showed it was an all season tire…did just OK”