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View all tyres 225/60 R18
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 3845 days. In that time we have received 43 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 500000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a dry surface.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually in the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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Too soon to tell durability, however my split is 90 to 95% on metalled road with 5 to 10% track and moor. I do have problems with tires going soft after 1 to 2 weeks but this is apparently due to seating of the tyres on the alloy rims (original on SUV)
Good at high speed cross-country on small roads, also in wet and snow. Also OK towing boat across sand. relatively long lasting despite tread depth not being too great when new. still 5mm left after 30K miles.
We have found these tyres to be impressive. Excellent grip in all conditions, still have good tread and we expect them to last for a long time yet.
verry happy with this tyres
VERRY GOOD TYRES , IM HAPPY
Michelin Latitude Tour HP 225/60 R18 100 H
Technology description: Michelin LATITUDE TOUR HP is based on “Terrain-proof” technology. There is a special rubber compound in the tread, derived from the solutions applied in industrial tyres. The designers have taken care that the modernised compound allows for journeys in challenging off-road areas without worrying that the tyres will be destroyed. The tyre is much more resistant to abrasion and mechanical damage than the previous models. StabiliGrip technology enables better use of the sipes which guarantees an appropriate grip and driving stability. Additionally, their arrangement helps to dampen the noise emitted by the tyres.
Information on the manufacturer: Michelin group was founded in 1889 by two Frenchmen: Eduard and André Michelin. Thanks to the long-lasting tradition and innovative technologies, Michelin is currently the world co-leader on the tyre manufacturing market. The French group has won the world championship titles in Formula 1, WRC and GP Moto. Michelin is also a majority shareholder in such brands as Riken, Taurus, Siamtyre, Tigar, Euromaster, Warrior, Kormoran, Recamic, Kleber and BFGoodrich.
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a colour-coded scale. The highest fuel efficiency rating is A (green; the lowest rolling resistance), while the lowest fuel efficiency rating is G (red; the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and vehicle emissions; the lower the resistance, the lower the fuel consumption and exhaust fume emissions.
Wet grip is the tyre's ability to adhere to the road surface in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on the wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to G, where A represents the best braking performance and G represents the worst. It is one of the most crucial safety parameters.
Tyres contribute to the amount of noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a good noise rating will lower the impact of your driving on the surrounding environment.
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