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Take on paved roads and trails with the MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre, offering long-lasting on and off-road safety. Optimum braking performance when worn and safety in wet conditions.
Whether you are managing your daily urban activities or finding new weekend trails, the MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre keeps you going. Lasting 41% longer compared to leading competitive tyres, this versatile tyre features RallyForce2 Tread Compound, which provides remarkable treadlife on both paved and unpaved roads. Specially designed treadblocks resist cutting and chipping on rougher terrains.
Enjoy peace of mind on every journey with a tyre built for safety. The MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre boasts excellent grip on wet roads, stopping up to 3.1 meters shorter when new and up to 4.6 meters shorter when worn compared to leading competitive tyres. Featuring Variable Thickness Sipes with hundreds of biting edges to maintain wet grip, which lock together in dry conditions for controlled handling.
Experience reduced noise levels when navigating city streets and country lanes with the MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre. Featuring MICHELIN Duo-Harmony Blocks, this tyre reduces interior noise by 19.8%. Two different block shapes in the centre of the tread spread the pattern noise energy across a wider spectrum for a calmer SUV drive.
Whatever your next destination, stay mobile with the MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre. This tyre features a durable sidewall construction developed to resist splitting and punctures. A Biting Shoulder design wraps from the tread down the sidewall to protect against sidewall aggression. Tackle both asphalt roads and gravel tracks with a durable on and off-road tyre.
MICHELIN TYRES, PERFORMANCE MADE TO LAST
Because performance and safety matter to you, Michelin makes them last. Michelin ensures excellent longevity of their tyres and long-lasting performance, in all driving conditions. Customers can enjoy the full potential of the tyre, thanks to an excellent level of performance right up to the end of the tyre's life.
Standard Limited Warranty
All MICHELIN tyres have a Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty, which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first.
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I have use 3 generations of LTX, 2013-2018 1st one is LTX AT, 2018-2023 2nd LTX FORCE & 2023- now the new one is LTX TRAIL..i am from Sabah, Malaysia.
I am a long time fan of Michelin tyres and have always used the Pilot Sport range on my BMWs. They are the best tyre by a long way so I decided to try the LTX Trail on my BMW X5 which i use 80% on-road/20% off-road. The LTX Trail produced a nice soft ride and was softer than the Goodyear Wrangler Silentrac tyres i replaced however the Michelins were making a humming sound at 60km/h and it got louder by 80km/h to the point it was unbearable. The Goodyear tyres that these replaced were quiet and made no humming sound even after 75k kms of wear. Lucky Michelin had a 30 day money back guarantee and I returned the tyres and fitted Goodyear Wrangler Silenttrac again and the car was back to being silent. It is a real pity as I liked the soft ride of the Michelins around Sydney's potholed roads however the softer tyres also meant that there was more body roll in corners but I could live with that but not the loud noise.
Excellent tyre for stick in the wet & dry. Quite, no road noise. I have been lucky purchasing these tyre during a period of high rain levels & they stick to the road like having duck feet fitted to your car. I have pushed them both in the wet & dry & the result is excellent. Handing, turn in, all excellent & no aquaplaning in the wet. I have tried a few different brands & type of tyres on my ute but nothing even comes close. I have a car racing background so I have definitely been in the position to really test these tyres & I haven't been disappointed in any area. Pushing a 2 ton ute through its phases in both wet & dry really let's you know what you have underneath you. Can't tell you yet what the wear is like as I haven't had them on the car long yet, only time will tell that story. My normal rule of thumb though, is if you want a tyre that will wear well, you won't have a tyre that sticks when you need it to. For safety I would rather have a tyre that sticks & handles well & replace it when it's worn regardless the k's. It's cheaper than replacing your life. We will wait & see about wear.
After 5000 kms in our new caravan we swapped all 4 cheap branded plus the spare, all terrain tyres over to Michelin LTX trail. Same pressure same size. I have had Michelin before on my work vehicle and they were great. Gosh what a difference, quite unbelievable actually. Gone is the skiddish sideway movement when a road train whizzes past. Gone is white knuckle driving when there is a strong side wind. What all from new tyres? You bet.
Beautiful tyres for steering control and towing a big caravan around NZ they work on and off road too
Every meter safe, every moment precious.
(1) - longevity - Based on external treadwear test using 265/65R17 LTX TRAIL 112T tyres on a 2013 Toyota Fortuner. In the test, conducted by TUV Rheinland Thailand Ltd on Michelin’s request from March to April 2021 from Saraburi to Chachengsao, Thailand, MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre lasted 41% longer than the leading competitor tyre. Actual on-road results may vary according to weather, vehicle or driving habits.
(2) - wet braking - Based on third-party wet braking test for worn tyre from 80 km/h to 0 km/h using 265/65R17 LTX TRAIL 112T, tyres buffed to 2.0mm remaining tread depth on a 2020 Toyota Hilux Vigo. In the test, conducted by TUV Rheinland Thailand Ltd at Michelin’s request in March 2021 at Chang International circuit, Buriram, Thailand, MICHELIN LTX Trail tyres stopped 4.6m shorter than the premium competitor tyres. Actual on-road results may vary depending on driving habits, vehicle or tyre pressure. For new tyre, based on third-party wet braking test from 80km/h to 0km/h using 265/65R17 LTX TRAIL 112T the result is 3.1m.
(3) - noise reduction -Based on external interior noise test at 100km/h cruising speed using 265/65R17 LTX TRAIL 112T tyres on a 2020 Toyota Hilux Revo. In the test, conducted by TUV Rheinland Thailand Ltd on Michelin’s request in March 2021 at Chang International circuit, Buriram, Thailand, MICHELIN LTX Trail tyre Sound Pressure Level was 19.8% lower than the premium competitor tyre. Actual on-road results may vary depending on driving habits, vehicle or tyre pressure.