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Tire Highlights

Upgraded tread compound for tough off-road endurance and a long tread life.


Three circumferential grooves to prevent hydroplaning.


Deep tread with Michelin biting edges for exceptional traction.


Spiral nylon wrap for high speed endurance.


Two super high tensile steel belts

Warranties (2 Warranties)

60,000 Mile Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty
LTX® A/T2 tires carry a 60,000 mile limited warranty in addition to the standard materials and workmanship warranty for treadwear or mileage.
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LTX® A/T2 
Speed Rating: [S]

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LTX A/T2
 
4.4

(based on 911 reviews)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Corners well (6)
  • Great dry traction (6)
  • Quiet (6)
  • Great traction (5)
  • Smooth ride (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Mostly city (6)
    • Mostly highway (5)
    • All city (3)
    • All highway (3)
      • Wear-Life:
      • Excellent (546), Very good (191), Below average (63), Good (46), Average (19)
      • Fuel Efficiency:
      • Very good (351), Excellent (275), Good (154), Average (84), Below average (9)
      • Off-Road:
      • Excellent (312), Very good (300), Good (90), Average (44), Below average (32)
      • Braking:
      • Excellent (486), Very good (281), Good (73), Average (38), Below average (7)
      • Comfort:
      • Excellent (516), Very good (241), Good (71), Average (41), Below average (17)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Auto enthusiast (6), Casual driver (4), Commuter (3)

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    5.0

    Peace at last

    By Vegasvik

    from USA

    About Me Auto Enthusiast

    Pros

    • Corners Well
    • Great Dry Traction
    • Great Wet Traction
    • Quiet
    • Smooth Ride

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Mostly City

      Comments about LTX A/T2:

      The original equipment "at" tires finally wore out on my light pick-up . My new ltx at2's are much quieter, much smoother, and provide much greater traction on our snowy roads. This is my third set of Michelin tires I have purchased for my vehicles, and plan on buying my fourth set for my wife's car soon.

      • Wear-Life:
      • N/A
      • Fuel Efficiency:
      • Good

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      2.0

      LTX AT2 "whine" don't balance

      By sfmich

      from USA

      About Me Auto Enthusiast

      Pros

        Cons

        • Loud

        Best Uses

          Comments about LTX A/T2:

          I bought a new set of 265/70/17 E rated for my toyota FJ on Brand new Toyota TRD rims. The tires required 10-12 OZ of weight to balance.. !!. There are no sweet spot tire/rim points. The tires are MUCH louder then my previous NEW BFG AT KO's in 265/75/16 size. I sold those brand new tires and bought an alleged "quality" road/trail tire... boy was I wrong. I am shocked at the amount of weight required to come close to balancing these tires. and yes... the rim alone is true and balanced.

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          5.0

          Lasted over 80,000 on a 7,300lb Truck!

          By JustinJack421

          from USA

          About Me Auto Enthusiast

          Pros

          • Corners Well
          • Great Dry Traction
          • Great Wet Traction
          • Long Lasting Tread
          • Quiet
          • Smooth Ride

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • All City
            • All Highway
            • Mostly City
            • Mostly Highway

            Comments about LTX A/T2:

            Best truck tire for all around use that I have ever had. They lasted a little over 80,000 miles on my 2007 Chevrolet 2500 Classic Crew Cab 4x4 Diesel that weighs around 7,300 lbs. About half of those miles were pulling a 14,000 trailer and I live in place where the ambient temperature is over 100 degree's 8-9 months of the year. I also never had a Michelin LTX AT2 go flat or fail. The LTX AT2 is a quiet, comfortable ride, and outstanding traction tire. They also always felt stable even when pulling a trailer. A good comparison for the mileage these tires lasted, the tires that came on the truck from the GM factory only lasted 35,000 miles.
            I sold a friend on Michelin tires by betting him that my truck would reverse out of a driveway that was snow covered and had a moderate incline. He said, better hit the 4x4 button, and I said don't need to, these tires are awesome. My truck backed right out of the driveway and he was sold. These tires were great every mile drove and the only things I had to do for them was maintain the correct tire pressure and rotate them. Even though they are on the more expensive side, I believe they are worth every penny.

            • Wear-Life:
            • Excellent
            • Fuel Efficiency:
            • Excellent

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            Availability, Pricing and Specs (1 part numbers)

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            Part numbersTire Size, Load Index & Speed RatingMSRP $
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            47430245/65R17 107 S$204Limited Availability
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            Mileage WarrantySidewallUTQG Treadwear, UTQG Traction, UTQG TempRim Width Range (Min/Max)Section Width on Measuring Rim WidthOverall Diameterrevs/miTread Depth (in 32nds)Max Load, Single
            (lb @ PSI)
            Tire Weight
            60,000 MileORWL500 A B7" - 8.5"9.8" on 7"29.5704141954@4435.1
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