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2015 Datasheet Premier LTX

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MICHELIN ® Premier ® LTX ® Safe When New. Safe When Worn 1 . Even when worn, the MICHELIN ® Premier ® LTX ® tire still stops shorter on wet roads than leading competitors' brand-new tires 2 . BENEFITS OF MICHELIN ® PREMIER ® LTX ® TIRES: COMFORT OFF-ROAD BRAKING FUEL EFFICIENCY WEAR LIFE 10 9 9 8 3 ALL-SEASON TIRE • Shorter Stopping. Even when worn, the MICHELIN ® Premier ® LTX ® tire still stops shorter on wet roads than leading competitors' brand-new tires 2 . • Hydroplaning Resistance. With EverGrip ™ Technology, expanding rain grooves widen and emerging grooves open as the tire wears to maintain traction. • Excellent Wet Grip. Extreme amounts of silica in the high-traction tread compound provide exceptional wet grip for everyday handling. • Lasting Winter Performance. Sunflower oil keeps the high-traction tread compound flexible in lower temperatures, while multiple tread blocks and sipes act as biting edges to cut through the snow. Popular Replacement Market Fitments: Mercedes-Benz GLK Class • Mercedes-Benz GL Class • Cadillac Escalade GMC Yukon • Chevy Tahoe • GMC Acadia • Buick Enclave Jeep Grand Cherokee • Ford Escape Titanium • Toyota 4Runner Limited 1 Safe refers to wet braking, wet handling and hydroplaning resistance when tires are new and worn to 5/32". 2 Based on internal wet braking tests from 50 mph vs. Goodyear ® Assurance ® CS TripleTred ™ All-Season tire and Continental CrossContact ™ LX20 tire in size 255/55R18 109H; using the MICHELIN ® Premier ® LTX ® tire in size 255/55R18 109H buffed to 5/32" of tread. Actual on-road results may vary.

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