Amongst all-terrain tires on the market, the Michelin LTX A/T 2 has to be the most premium option. Why? Because most all-terrain tires compromise their on-road performance just to offer great performance on off-road terrain, whereas the LTX A/T 2 is designed with no compromises whatsoever.
The LTX A/T 2 is simply out of this world as far as performance and durability. If you’re contemplating buying this tire for your van, pickup, or SUV, you ought to stick around because we’re about to shed light on all you need to know about the LTX A/T 2.
Michelin LTX A/T 2 (Our Review)
Whether you drive on gravel, mud, dirt, or snow, the Michelin LTX A/T 2 is well-equipped to take on any challenge. It utilizes a tough tread compound coupled with Michelin’s Biting Edges technology to deliver the ideal level of traction for light terrain.
The LTX A/T 2 is extremely durable, thanks to the use of not one, not two, but three steel belts that help ensure strength and resistance to obstructions. The tire also displays an admirable highway performance, thanks to the use of a large contact patch that ensures stability and superior grip.
The LTX A/T 2’s ride quality is nothing short of impressive, as it’s equipped with Michelin’s Comfort Control technology, which comes in the form of a computer-optimized tread design that boosts comfort significantly. It also reduces road noise, but not to a great extent when it comes to highway driving.
Many all-terrain tires claim to offer reliable performance in snow and on wet surfaces, then end up disappointing, but not the LTX A/T 2. Despite not being a winter-specific tire, this tire does an outstanding job of navigating snowy and wet terrain.
- Reliable traction on dry and wet terrain
- Excellent performance in snowy terrains
- Extremely durable tread compound
- Pleasant and comfortable ride quality
- Highway road noise can be improved
Vehicles That Can Use Michelin LTX A/T 2
- Jeep: Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Liberty
- Chevrolet: Express 1500, Express G10, Tahoe, Silverado, Suburban, Colorado, Blazer
- Dodge: Dakota, Ram, Durango, B250 Van
- GMC: Canyon, Jimmy, Yukon, Sierra, Savana 1500, S15, Envoy
- Honda: Passport, Ridgeline
- Ford: Expedition, Explorer, Bronco, Ranger, F-150, E-150, E-350 Econoline
- Isuzu: Ascender, Hombre S, Amigo S, Trooper
- Toyota: Highlander, Land Cruiser, Tundra, Sequoia, 4Runner
- Lincoln: Navigator
- Nissan: Pathfinder, Titan, Frontier, Armada, Xterra
Sizes and Specs
|16 Inches||P235/70R16 104S OWL|
P265/70R16 111S OWL
P245/75R16 109S OWL
LT245/75R16/E 120/116R BSW
LT245/75R16/E 120/116R OWL
LT265/75R16/E 123/120R OWL
LT265/75R16/E 123/120R BSW
|17 Inches||245/65R17 107S OWL|
265/65R17 112S OWL
LT265/70R17/E 121/118R OWL
P265/70R17 113S OWL
LT285/70R17/D 121/118R OWL
LT245/75R17/E 121/118R OWL
LT235/80R17/E 120/117R BSW
|18 Inches||LT275/65R18/E 123/120R OWL|
P275/65R18 114T BSW
LT285/65R18/E 125/122R OWL
LT265/70R18/E 124/121R BSW
LT275/70R18/E 125/122R BSW
LT275/70R18/E 125/122R OWL
|20 Inches||275/55R20 113T BSW|
LT285/55R20/E 122/119R BSW
P275/60R20 114S BSW
LT275/65R20/E 126/123R OWL
The Michelin LTX A/T 2 is listed at a starting price point of around $177. Be on the lookout for special offers on this tire, such as discounts, rebates, and coupons, as they’ll help you knock down the price a few bucks. It’s important to keep in mind that the prices tend to vary from one dealer to another. They also vary depending on the size and specs you choose.
The LTX A/T 2 is backed by a 60,000-mile or 6-year tread warranty. Uniformity is warranted for the first 2/32 inch of tread wear or the first year of use. Both workmanship and materials are warranted for a period of 6 years, with free replacements during the uniformity period.
Moreover, you get to enjoy Michelin’s 3-year flat tire changing service as well as their 30-day satisfaction guarantee. Keep in mind that the mileage warranty is cut by half in the event of the rear size not matching the front.
Michelin LTX A/T 2 Tire Customer Review
Jonah M. says: “There’s no beating this tire when it comes to off-road performance. I tried it on gravel, mud, dirt, sand, grass, and even snow, and it hasn’t disappointed me once. Yes, it’s a little expensive, but you get your money’s worth with this one.“Jonah M. posted (4 / 5) review
Sarah H. says: “The price tag on this tire is intimidating, but I made the decision to buy it anyway based on my local dealer’s recommendations, and I’m very pleased with its performance.”Sarah H. posted (5 / 5) review