Bridgestone Dueler LTH Tire Review & Rating

The Bridgestone Dueler LTH highway all-season tire is focused on providing dependable year-round traction to go along with a smooth and comfortable ride. Built for drivers of all types of pickups and SUV’s, the Bridgestone LTH is an exclusive model available only through Discount Tire.

An advanced all-season tread compound and asymmetric tread pattern combine to deliver confident traction on dry or wet pavement. Larger outer shoulder blocks and the serrated center rib quicken steering response and increase cornering stability throughout the speed range.


Four wide circumferential grooves and numerous lateral slots around the tread work to channel away water for enhanced wet grip. This is a strength for this particular tire and one we’ve heard in other driver reviews as well.

The tread design, bead filler and unique body plies increase ride comfort and reduce the outside noise. The ride is smooth and quiet thanks in part to the optimized tread pattern.

Bridgestone offers up a range of 16-20 inch sizes on the LTH in both LT and non-LT models. Several sizes are available with outlined white letters as well. Bridgestone backs this tire with up to a 70K mile tread warranty.

Pros

  • Excellent dry and wet traction
  • Smooth comfortable ride
  • Quiet
  • Treadlife

Cons

  • Hard-pack and ice traction

Overall Thoughts

The new Bridgestone Dueler LTH offers solid performance and value for the money. As a highway all-season tire, it ranks up with some of the better tires in this class. It delivers similar performance as the Continental LX20, Cooper SRX and other top models.

The ride is very comfortable and noise is not an issue on all but the roughest of pavement. Other than traction on ice and hard-pack, this tire provides excellent year-round traction and stability. In addition, tread life has shown to be better than average at this stage.

Overall, the LTH is proving to be a nice addition to Bridgestone’s truck/SUV lineup.

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What Vehicles Will The Bridgestone LTH Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Acura MDX
  • BMW X5
  • Cadillac Escalade
  • Chevrolet Tahoe, Trailblazer, Suburban, Avalanche, Silverado
  • Dodge Durango, Ram, Dakota
  • Ford Expedition, Explorer, F-150, Ranger
  • GMC Yukon, Sierra, Acadia, Envoy
  • Honda CRV, Pilot, Ridgeline
  • Infiniti FX45
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Lexus RX330
  • Mitsubishi Outlander
  • Nissan Pathfinder, Titan, Frontier
  • Toyota 4Runner, Highlander, Sequoia, Tundra, Rav4, Tacoma
  • Volkswagen Touareg
  • Volvo XC90

Tire Sizes

16″

225/70R16 103T BSW
235/70R16 106T BSW
245/70R16 107T OWL
255/70R16 111T OWL

17″

245/65R17 107T BSW
245/70R17 110T OWL
265/65R17 112T OWL
LT265/70R17 121R E OWL
265/70R17 115T OWL

18″

245/60R18 105T BSW
265/60R18 110T BSW
265/65R18 114T BSW
265/70R18 116T OWL
275/65R18 116T OWL

20″

275/55R20 113T BSW
275/60R20 115T BSW

Price Range

Bridgestone Dueler LTH prices range from approximately $139 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Warranty

Bridgestone provides a 5-year or 70,000 mile tread warranty on non-LT sizes and 50,000 miles on LT sizes of the LTH. There is a first 1/32 inch of wear guarantee on tire uniformity.

Materials and workmanship are warranted for 5-years and include free replacement during the first 3 years. A prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of wear.

You will also receive a 30-day buy and try guarantee that allows you to refund or exchange the tires if you are not completely satisfied.


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2 thoughts on “Bridgestone Dueler LTH Tire Review & Rating

  1. Installed on the rear of a 2003 Dodge 1 Ton, SRW. Any quick steering correction, such as to dodge debris, or a correction in a high speed turn, or if the truck drifts onto the shoulder, and it literally becomes almost unmanageable. The rear end fishtails and it feels like it’s going to roll over! I now understand why Firestone has a rep for roll-over accidents on SUVs.
    Fortunately I got them through Discount tire, and they are willing to exchange for Yokohamas, which I’ve used before with no issues.

    The tires are very quiet and smooth, I guess because the sidewall is so compliant. But that makes it way too flexible for safety.

    1. Except it was proven that consumer reports fraudulently reviewed the tires at deflated air pressures to force a sidewall failure and rollover. So that statement doesn’t hold much weight. Also you put light SUV tires on a one ton truck that requires an E rated tire or 121+ load rating. That’s driver error and I hope you don’t make the important decisions in your household.

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