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Tyre details: The Michelin Latitude Sport 3 is the latest model in the Latitude series, following on from the Michelin Latitude Tour HP, Michelin Latitude Diamaris and Michelin Latitude Sport. The three key features of this model are its safety, durability and cost-effectiveness. The first of these is achieved by the tyre's superb performance on any road surface thanks to the use of a special silica- and elastomer-enhanced compound and a state-of-the-art tread, ensuring that the tyre guarantees a consistently high level of safety and lower rolling resistance, resulting in significantly reduced fuel consumption.

The dense network of tread grooves allows safe driving in rainy conditions, and ensures that the tyre disperses water and slush efficiently. Another key feature of the Michelin Latitude Sport 3 is the two-ply carcass (present in most sizes), which makes the tyre more resistant to damage and therefore improves its durability - a vitally important factor for SUVs. State-of-the-art blades with varying widths also improve the tyre's durability and reduce rolling resistance by minimising the risk of tread block deformation.

In tests carried out by TÜV SÜD and Dekra, the tyre was found to reduce braking distances by 2.7 m compared to its predecessor (Michelin Latitude Sport). The tests also showed that the main benefits of the Michelin Latitude Sport 3 are its dynamism and safety.

The Michelin Latitude Sport 3 has been approved for use by manufacturers of the most prestigious SUVs. The model is fitted as original equipment in vehicles such as the Porsche Macan, the BMW X5 and the Volvo XC90.

Michelin is one of the largest tyre manufacturers, and manufactures premium-range tyres. The French group owns brands such as: BFGoodrich, Kormoran, Kleber and Riken.

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Latitude Sport 3 Reviews

The Michelins have so far lasted 20,000 miles of driving and have about three mm left on them . A combination of motorway and city driving. I am very impressed by the tyres. I have looked for reviews to suggest good alternatives but looks like I will end up buying the same again. Most owners of the Q7 seem to be happy with 15,000 miles out of a set.
I replaced my BMW X5 run-flats with these non run-flat Michellins, WOW! what a difference, i also recently had BMW mudflaps fitted to the car to reduce stone damage etc...these made the road noise from the old bridgestones almost unbearable, the droning was awful! I nearly took the mudflaps off again. When i fitted these Michelin tyres it was a total transformation...no road noise, the car became much smoother on the road and far less brittle to drive. I guess that's what happens with run flat tyres where the sidewalls are nearly rigid...they transmit every jar, bump etc. Also the car is much better on cambers and doesn't tram-line anymore. my friend thought I'd actually changed the car when he rode in it. Only down side, they are slightly, and i mean slightly softer on cornering, but once the corner is set they bite well! Superb in the wet too...hit a massive puddle at 65moh and the car didnt flinch. Very pleased with them, my Beemer feels like a Rolls Royce now.
Using the Michelin Latitude Sports3 on my 2015 Subaru Forester since December 2016 and covered a mileage of 43000km now. Very good tyres that’s almost unrivalled for SUV Tyre range, and I’m comparing it to the previous set of Continental CSC5 SUV, Toyo Open country UT, Bridgestone Dueler 400, that has previously mounted on the same car. Durable for me as I am pumping 250-260kpa on the front and 240-250kpa on the rear when tyres are cold. And rotating them every 7000km. The tyres looks like they are used for merely 60% at 43000km and looks good to go for up to 55-60000km at least. So far have not lost traction in wet rainy days and also hot dry roads, although I do hear the tyres screeching on 90kmh corners but no grips are lost. Absolutely love this tyres and I do drive the car for up to 220kmh on the highway and it inspire confidence. Road noise wise, I notice that the tyres only gets noisier after 22000km onwards and until now they are still bearable. The only downside to the Michelin Latitude Sports3 ar: they are no Rim Protection on the tyres. I would love to mount this tyres again but I’m very curious to ty our other tyres next. But will most likely come to Michelin Latitude Sports 3 soon in the next 1.5 years or 35000km or hopefully will have new Latitude Sports 4 then. Excellent tyres thank you Michelin.