Michelin LTX A/T 2 Tire Review & Rating

The Michelin LTX A/T 2 is the company’s premium all-terrain tire that is built to provide superior off-road performance without sacrificing on-road traction and driving comfort. Michelin has designed the LTX A/T 2 for drivers of all types of pickups, SUV’s and vans who need a tire that meets demanding road conditions.

A stronger truck tread compound combines with Michelin Biting Edges technology that adds notched blocks in the tread pattern to give the tire increased traction on gravel, dirt, mud, snow and other light terrain. With load range options of D and E available, the tire has up to three steel belts for added strength and puncture resistance during off-road use.

Michelin LTX A/T 2 Tire Review

The A/T 2 features a larger tread contact patch to enhance grip and stability during highway driving. Ride comfort is increased through Michelin’s Comfort Control Technology, which uses a computer-optimized tread design to dramatically reduce road noise and increase ride comfort. It’s a combination that is very effective on this model as ride comfort is among the best in class.

Inside the tire you will find two high-tensile steel belts for added strength and durability. Michelin’s exclusive Max-Touch Construction promotes more even treadwear and a longer overall treadlife. This is something that many tire owners have mentioned as being exceptional with this tire. The A/T 2 is available in 15-20 inch sizes, and has a black sidewall or optional raised white letters.


  • Light terrain traction and handling is excellent
  • Very good snow performance
  • Ride is more comfortable than you might expect
  • Exceptional tread life


  • A little extra road noise on the highway

Overall Thoughts

Michelin has put together an excellent all-terrain tire in the A/T2. Off-road traction is more than capable on a variety of different terrains, although it arguably lacks the brute strength of a tire like the BFGoodrich T/A KO2 and a few others. However, while it may not be an off-road beast so to speak… it more than makes up for it with its all-around traction and handling on or off the beaten path.

Sure, there is a little road noise on the highway, but nothing that would force you to crank up the radio. It more than holds its own on wet or snow covered road surfaces, and the ride is surprisingly good for an A/T tire. These traits are among the best in class.

One area that is simply outstanding for this tire is its longer treadlife. Many reviews from other owners mention seeing up to 100K miles out of the tread. In fact, we’ve heard a few drivers speak to seeing 150K miles from the tread. In addition, this tire is one of the best models you’ll find for driving on gravel roads.

Overall, you can’t go wrong with putting this tire on your truck, van or SUV. We rank it among the top tires in this class. It simply does not disappoint.

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What Vehicles Will The Michelin A/T 2 Fit?

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

  • Chevrolet Tahoe, Silverado, Suburban, Colorado, Express 1500, Express G10, Blazer
  • Dodge Ram, Dakota, Durango, B250 Van
  • Ford Explorer, Ranger, Bronco, F-150, E-150, E-350 Econoline, Expedition
  • GMC Sierran, Canyon, Jimmy, Yukon, Savana 1500, S15, Envoy
  • Honda Passport, Ridgeline
  • Infiniti QX56
  • Isuzu Hombre S, Amigo S, Trooper, Ascender
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee, Wrangler, Liberty
  • Kia Sorento
  • Lincoln Navigator
  • Mazda B4000
  • Mercury Mountaineer
  • Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder, Titan, Armada, Xterra
  • Toyota Land Cruiser, Highlander, Tundra, Sequoia, 4Runner

Tire Sizes


P235/70R16 104S OWL
P265/70R16 111S OWL
P245/75R16 109S OWL
LT245/75R16/E 120/116R BSW
LT245/75R16/E 120/116R OWL
LT265/75R16/E 123/120R OWL
LT265/75R16/E 123/120R BSW


245/65R17 107S OWL
265/65R17 112S OWL
LT265/70R17/E 121/118R OWL
P265/70R17 113S OWL
LT285/70R17/D 121/118R OWL
LT245/75R17/E 121/118R OWL
LT235/80R17/E 120/117R BSW


LT275/65R18/E 123/120R OWL
P275/65R18 114T BSW
LT285/65R18/E 125/122R OWL
LT265/70R18/E 124/121R BSW
LT275/70R18/E 125/122R BSW
LT275/70R18/E 125/122R OWL


275/55R20 113T BSW
LT285/55R20/E 122/119R BSW
P275/60R20 114S BSW
LT275/65R20/E 126/123R OWL

Price Range

Michelin LTX A/T 2 prices range from approximately $177 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discounts, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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The A/T 2 comes with a 6-year or 60,000 mile tread warranty. The mileage warranty is reduced by 50% if the rear size does not match the front. A one-year or first 2/32 inch of wear guarantee on the tire’s uniformity is also included.

Materials and workmanship are warranted for 6-years and provide for free replacement during the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.

Michelin adds in a 3-year flat tire changing service on this model, as well as their 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee.

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6 thoughts on “Michelin LTX A/T 2 Tire Review & Rating

  1. Why on earth does the 275/70/18 E 125 S have 12/32nds of tread when new and the same E rated tire with the R speed rating has 14.5/32nds of tread? I love these tires but the S Speed rating tires fly through tread at a rate of 5000 miles per 32nds. I’m told your Ram 3500 can’t run the R rated ties the must have the S speed rating. So so dumb

  2. I have a 2016 Ford F350 Club Cab with original tires: Tire Size: LT275/65R20/E
    Michelin – LTX A/T2 with 39000 miles on the Truck & Tires. A tire just blew on the highway today 6/17/2021 and caused quite a bit of damage to the Rear Fender. It was on the highway and the temp was 105 F and my speed was 70 MPH.
    Now I don’t know what to do I don’t trust the other tires on the Truck!!! However, they are supposed to run 60,000 miles. These are supposed to be the best tires you can buy. List price on these tires is over 500.00 each. but now I am thinking of changing Brands!
    Plus, I have all this damage to my Truck. I do have pictures of everything.

    Note: There was a very large Explosion when the tire blew without any warning.
    I was still about 100 miles from Home. So, I put on the spare, stopped at the first stop I could about 2 miles down the road to check the tire pressure on the spare. It only had 45 lbs. of air. So, I added air to the spare and continued home without any more issues.

  3. I just replaced these tires with the same they came on my chevrolet pick up I had 76000 and sure I could have gotten 100000 but ruined a tire and chosen to replace all to keep a even wear I usually run bf goodrich ko2 but I can’t get the even wear milage out of the ko2 so right now I need a low maintenance high mileage tire good job michelen and yes I know I make ko2 lol thanks

  4. I also have an OEM set on my 2017 Ford F-350 FX4 Lariat. I am at 56+K miles (approx. 25K towing a 15,000# 5th wheel) and the tires look like they might have another 10K left. I will easily meet the 60K tread warranty with lots of heavy towing and lots of gravel roads (Alaska, Canada trip). I am very satisfied with them and very likely to replace them with the same, but I am doing my research and reading reviews on other tires as well.

  5. I have an OEM set of these on a 2018 Tundra. They are at the wear bars at 25k miles. Incredibly disappointed in the wear and Michelen is losing a replacement tire customer. Wear is very even on all 4, but durability is horrible. Mixed dirt/highway driving. Very little off or unimproved road. Some trailer (RV) towing.

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