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Continental ContiCrossContact LX
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The Germans are famous for their engineering and Continental are famed for their quality. They might be softer than other tyre makes but they are... Read about Continental
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  • Asymmetric tread design effectively blends traction and handling.
  • Precise steering response and straight road tracking.
  • On road tread design, can be used for light off road.
  • Offers good economy with a smooth ride.
  • Low risk of aquaplaning and better wet grip.
The CrossContact LX is Continental Tyre's premium Highway All-Season tyre engineered to help sport utility vehicles and light duty pickup trucks for motorway use, as well as in light off-road conditions. The CrossContact LX was developed for comfort and resistance to hydroplaning with enhanced driving characteristics with traction in year-round conditions, even in light snow.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 6.9 / 10
  • Wet braking: 5.7 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 8.1 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 9.5 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 9.4 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 8.8 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 4.4 / 10
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ContiCrossContact LX Reviews

This is the second set of tyres from new, & a change of pattern from the originally fitted tyres which wore out at 15k miles. I bought these on a deal, and I am changing one pair after 25k miles. I have been pleased overall with these tyres but I am a little fed up with the tendency of Continental tyres wearing unevenly, this is the fourth set of continentals on all model cars I have owned.
Good in all aspects. Perhaps it has coincided that I punctured more than with other tires. A little weak in compound and sidewalls.
I have had the factory installed Continental Cross Contact Sport tires on my 2013 Mercedes ML 350. This is the second ML 350 I have owned. In total I have had 5 sidewall failures on the Continental tires. I have used both Micheline and Pirelli tires as replacement tires on these vehicles and never had a problem. Granted I take my vehicle on gravel roads to a fishing club I belong to but I have been going there for over 30 years as have 40 other members and I have never had a problem with any other vehicle or tire combination. No other member has ever had a sidewall failure. Both Mercedes and Continental refuse to take this issue seriously. I can only imagine that the Continental tires are poorly constructed or they are inadequate for this vehicle.