Review the Michelin LTX AT2 Tire for Trucks, SUVs, All-Terrains

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LTX AT2 vs KO2

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The Michelin LTX AT2 offers more on-road civility and less off-road grip. Although it is slightly more expensive than the BFGs, it comes with a 60,000-mile warranty. Source URL

If you have more specific needs and prefer off-roading, the MichelinLTX A/T2 is the right choice. These all-terrain tires are durable and powerful and offer excellent off-road grip on a variety of terrains. Source URL

Pros

Here’s the Michelin LTX AT2, a great combination of off-road grip, durability, and comfort, as well as on-road comfort and performance. Source URL

Great for All Terrain, Not Off-Road

The Michelin LTX AT2 is a tire that’s almost too-engineered for off-road use. It’s a great choice for anyone who wants an all-terrain tire, but who prefers to spend more time on dirt or gravel roads than mud-bogging or rock-crawling. This tire is great for gravel and gravel roads. Michelin claims that it will last 35% longer on gravel roads than the Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo 2 (since replaced by the ET Revo 3) and Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor. Source URL

Reviews by Vehicle Makes/Models

Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

What Tires are available on the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro? TRD Pros models of the Tundra have the same 18-inch size tires as all trim levels of the truck. They are also available with similar Bridgestone Dueler HT D684 II off-road-focused tires, which offer some off road grip. They can also be purchased with the Michelin LTX AT2 all-terrain tire. Despite the TRD pros’ offroad capabilities, this tire is relatively tame for all- terrains. It’s not surprising that Toyota uses an AT tire that has a lot of Source URL

There are many tires that Toyota can provide Tundra models with, depending on the configuration of your truck. Trucks with 18-inch wheels can be fitted with Michelin LTX MS2, Bridgestone Dueler HT D684 II highway terrain tires or more aggressive Michelin AT2 all terrain tires. The 20-inch trims of trucks can be equipped with either the Bridgeston Dueler HL Alenza or Dunlop SP Sport 5000M. The latter is also available on several Lexus SUVs. Source URL

GMC Yukon

Although the Michelin LTX AT2 is not the best all-terrain tire for off-road grip, it is still very capable. The real advantage of this tire is its ability to offer that level of grip and superior on-road driving dynamics, as well as civility over its rivals. Source URL

Ford F-250

The F250 has a variety of powertrain, bed, and cab configurations so it is not surprising that there are many options for the F250. There are four options for trucks with 17-inch wheels: BFGoodrich Rugged Trail TA, General Grabber HTS, Michelin LTX AT2 and Michelin MS2. Source URL

How long do Ford F250 tires last? A factory F250 tire should last anywhere between 45,000 and 60,000 miles. Some options do not come with a warranty on factory mileage, such as the General Grabber HTS which has 45,500 miles. Michelin LTX MS2 tires come wth a 50,000-mile warranty, while Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure with Kevlar and Michelin AT2 tires are expected to last for 60,0000 miles. Source URL

Michelin LTX AT2 vs KO2

The Michelin LTX AT2 is a capable off-road, but it’s not as durable or capable as the KO2s. The LTX AT2 is more focused on offroad performance, with better daily driving manners and a longer warranty. The KO2, however, makes the right tradeoffs to be the best offroad tire you can buy. Source URL

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