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  • Size: 225/75R16
  • Part #: 25516|
  • SKU: 236704|
  • (LT) Light Truck





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Michelin LTX M/S

  • Straight sipes help deliver optimal grip in almost any kind of weather
  • Specialized construction evenly distributes forces of acceleration, braking and cornering
  • An extra steel belt in load ranges D and E provides incredible durability and strength to handle loads up to 13,500 lbs.

60,000 Miles
Tire Size
Truck and SUV225/75R16
Tire Type
Speed Rating
Load Index
Load Range


Safety Rating is a combination of two values: Load Index and Speed Rating for P-Metric and Euro Metric tire sizes; and Load Range and Speed Rating in the case of heavy duty LT (light truck) sizes.

Speed Rating is based on the speed that the tire is designed to be driven at for extended periods of time. All tires in the in the U.S. are designed to maintain legal U.S. speed limits. The speed rating of tires must match the maximum driving speed of the vehicle.

Load Index is used on P metric and Euro Metric sized tires and denotes a tire's load-carrying capacity at a specified inflation pressure. The load index is represented by a number, the higher the Load Index Value the greater the load the tire can safely carry. Vehicle manufacturers recommend a maximum load capacity based on a recommended minimum load index.
(LT) Light Truck
Tire Class


Tire Class reflects how the tire will be used. There are four major categories: All-Season, Max Performance, Summer-Only and Winter-Use.

All-Season tires are suitable for year-round driving in all weather conditions.

Summer-Only & Max Performance tires are specifically designed for high-performance driving. Tire compound, tread design and speed ratings all combine to hug the road and maintain grip. Summer tires by nature are not ideal for winter driving due to lack of siding to grip winter roads.

Winter-Use tires have tread compounds and patterns that are specially designed for grip on snowy or icy road surfaces. They are not suitable for year-round use. The rubber compound used will wear more quickly on dry, summer roads. It is recommended that winter tires are fitted as a complete set to avoid potential handling issues.
Everday Use
All Season
All Season

Off-Road Off-Road

Summer-Only Summer-Only

Winter-Use Winter-Use
Tread Type


Tread Type is an important consideration when choosing a tire. There are four main types: Passenger, Highway, All-Terrain and Mud-Terrain.

Passenger denotes a tread that is suitable for normal use, a good all-round tread for normal driving.

Highway is a tread type unique to SUV and truck tires. The tread is optimized for normal everyday driving on paved surfaces. These tires can be driven off pavement, but are not ideally suited for off road traction. Highway tread patterns deliver a quiet ride.

For light trucks and specialty vehicles, All-Terrain tread types provide better off-road traction than standard highway truck tires. There more aggressive tread tends to be less quiet on paved roads. All Terrain tires are suitable for everyday use.

Mud-Terrain treads are specifically designed with wider tread blocks and higher void ratios to gain traction in off-road conditions. Mud Terrain tires can generate higher noise levels and tend to carry lower mileage warranties than other tread designs.
Passenger Passenger
Highway Highway
All-Terrain All-Terrain
Mud-Terrain Mud-Terrain

UTQG - Uniform Tire Quality Grade

UTQG (Uniform Tire Quality Grade) is made up of three values: treadwear, traction and temperature.

Treadwear is a relative numeric score, based on manufacturer tests, showing how well a tire can be expected to wear compared to other tires. A higher score means a tire could be expected to wear better.

Traction measures the tire's ability to stop a vehicle on wet roads. It doesn't reflect a tire's acceleration, cornering, or hydroplaning performance. Traction grades range from AA (highest) to C (lowest).

Temperature grades the tire's ability to withstand heat build-up, with A being the highest grade and C the lowest.

A - Over 115 mph
B - Between 100 to 115 mph
C - Between 85 to 100 mph
Treadwear: 500
Traction Asphalt - gForce
AA - Above 0.54
A - Above 0.47
B - Above 0.38
C - Less Than 0.38
A - Over 115 mph
B - Between 100 and 115 mph
C - Between 85 and 100 mph

Drive / Ride Performance Characteristics

All tires have the following six performance characteristics, divided into three sets of trade-offs. In most cases, a tire may perform excellently in one characteristic but only standard in the other.
Standard Ride Comfort & Standard Handling
Handling: Get stiff side wall for precise steering and cornering but settle for a firm ride with increased road noise.
Ride Comfort: Enjoy a quiet, smooth ride but lose some cornering ability.
Standard Treadwear & Standard Traction
Traction: Stop faster in wet conditions but expect a shorter tread life.
Treadwear: Get long, uniform wear across your tread pattern but expect less traction in wet conditions.
Standard Low Rolling Resistance & Standard High Speed Performance
High-Speed Performance: Get increased performance at higher speeds but sacrifice some fuel economy.
Low Rolling Resistance: Enjoy improved fuel efficiency but expect less high-speed cornering ability.


Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 2131 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best of the best 10000% buying again I drove my 08 jeep grand cherokee for 142,500 miles with the OEM tires witch where Michelin LTX. I bought them again because it was a great drive even when they hit 130,000 miles it was winter and I didn't have no problem with the snow. I know I passed the safety tire limits but even though the mechanic all ways told me he was impressed by the miles on the tires and they where still on a good shape. Now he is happier because I had to replace them and he got more money on his pocket by me. Hope these tires last as the other ones July 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michelin Tires Nothing else needs to be said--Michelin is the best tire on the market. September 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Service Rating When we purchased our new 2011 GMC Yukon we insisted and the dealer complied with our wish to replace the factory tires with Michelins. We just replaced the originals with slightly over 70,000 miles and could not have been more pleased with tires that were still quiet with a good ride and tread depth that would pass inspection. We chose to replace them at this time because we don't like running a tire that is getting close to minimum tread depth. This opinion is based on our driving on interstates at high speeds and in mountain terrain. We have years of experience using Michelins and would not consider another brand. September 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ltx m/s Wow what a great ride and no noise wet dry or snow September 9, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Guess Mine are Magnetic Don't know how,don't know why....but I can't get these tires to last. I've used nothing but since buying my Ridgeline in 2006. Seems right after I get a new tire, it finds a new nail. My wife and I both travel the same roads ( we work at same place just different shifts ) different brand,no problems September 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Long lasting tires These tires were rated for 70,000 miles but I put 121,000 miles on these tires in 5 years. September 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by very exelent tires I'm using this tires in my Honda Ridgeline for 7 years now in a row,any problem at all in that time ,still having a very good life-time ahead,for sure when the moment come I'm going to replace my tires with another set similar. July 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Tire Just replace two on my 2007 Hyundai Veracruz and had 82,000 on them. I would have waited for another 5-8,000 miles but I am driving from AZ to Chicago with Grandchildren so i am placing it save. June 15, 2015
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