In terms of longevity the LX2 tyre is hard to beat: 19,000 miles and 7mm of tread remains! Dry and wet road grip is very good too, and I can't fault their traction and grip on snow either (they're labelled 'M&S'). Unfortunately, they're not 'all-season', so once the temperature drops below 4deg C they become increasingly noisy and harsh (at -10deg C they sound and feel as though they're running flat). Grip on compacted snow, icy or greasy roads suffers too. As I've racked-up the miles the LX2s have also become noisier at normal temperatures. I'd happily trade some of their high-mileage capability for more cold-weather/all-season versatility if I'm honest.
100.000 km road without a noticible problem with tires. I will buy again
I got these tyres fittet as standard on my newly purchased Peugeot 5008 GT-Line SUV equipped with Grip Control, because of which these tyres come as standard on 18" wheels. I have driven on these tyres for about 2000 miles, before the winter season arrived. For the initial review I can say the following: Dry Grip: Extremely good, especially on damaged tarmac, gravel and off road. These tyres are designed to give a good grip on different surfaces and the achieve this extremely well. Wet Grip: Wet grip is satisfactory, but obviously not the best in class of premium touring summer tyres, because of specific threar patter designed to provide better grip on gravel/mud/rocky terrain, these tyres do suffer from some loss on wet roads. And drivers should be aware of this when driving in heavy rain. But generally in 99% of the time you don't even notice this. Road feedback/Handling: The provide actually very good road feedback, tyres are sturdy and they seem to not deform too much on curvy roads, so the car stays in balance and where you want it to go. Wear: It is too early to say after 2000 miles, but there was no noticeable wear&tear on tyres after this distance driven. Comfort: Low profile and 18" wheels do decrease the comfort somewhat, but this is to expect so no complains there. I suppose cars with more advanced suspenssion systems (adaptive and air suspension) can compensate even lower porfile tyres today. Final conclusion: I still have many mile to drive on these tyres, but so far they seem like a perfect fit for a Crossover/SUV type of a vehicle. They provide excellent grip on many different types of terrain, while still keeping decent comfort and noise levels on Motorway spees and tarmac. So far I can say I would definitely buy them again for this vehicle type.