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Buy the Michelin Latitude Tour HP, an all-season performance tyre for a range of suv vehicles from small compact SUVs to large and luxury SUVs.

It offers high levels of performance and an excellent balance of quiet and noise-free driving for maximum comfort while retaining high levels of safety guaranteed.

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  • With wide circumferential grooves for enhanced wet weather performance.
  • 2D siping on its tread face provide maximum grip to the road.
  • Features a strong centre rib with zigzag grooves and secure lock sipes for enhanced rain and snowy road handling.
  • Contains Secure Lock Tread Blocks for enhanced stability at higher speeds..
  • Includes two internal steel belts and spirally wrapped aramid and polyester cords for added strength and durability.

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Michelin Latitude Tour HP UTQG 440 A A

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440 A A

•  440 Treadwear:
This grade represents the tyre's expected life/duration, ranging between 100 to 1000. Usually, the higher the treadwear rating, the longer the tyre life.

•  A Traction:
This grade represents the tyre's capability to stop on wet asphalt and pavement. Ratings are expressed in letter form, with AA being the highest and C as the lowest.

•  A Temperature:
This grade represents the tyre's heat resistance ability, with A as the highest and C as the lowest. Heat build-up causes the rubber to break down faster, which can cause blowouts. The higher the temperature rating, the longer the tyre life and the higher the speed rating.

The Michelin Latitude Tour HP is an Asymmetrical Tyre


Asymmetrical tread patterns combine different tread types to deliver maximum wet and dry road grip via its inner and middle tread, while outside, larger and rigid tread blocks dominate the design to improve cornering.

To avoid fitting mistakes, asymmetrical tyres are labelled "outside" and "inside only" so you know if they will face your vehicle or out.



  • Perfect for high-performance cars
  • Exceptional cornering ability
  • Superior wet performance



  • Possibly faster wear depending on your driving style
  • Less wet performance
  • Costlier than symmetrical tyres

Michelin OEM Tyres

The Latitude Tour HP is the chosen Original Equipment tyre of the BMW X5 since the 2000s and the Ford Explorer. It is also used as original equipment for luxury cars from Porsche, Lexus and many others.

OEM or "original equipment manufacturer", means that Michelin's engineers worked with these companies to design a tyre model specifically for a brand new vehicle model.

Each OEM tyre is designed and repeatedly tested by car manufacturer engineers to ensure it meets the maximum performance, safety, and fuel efficiency parameters that will best benefit the vehicle.

Michelin Run-Flat Tyre

A Run-flat tyre will allow you to keep driving safely even with a puncture.

There is no need for a spare tyre, and you can get to the nearest petrol station without changing your flat tyre at the side of the road.

Michelin's ZERO PRESSURE™ Run-flat technology allows you to drive up to 80 km after a puncture at a maximum speed of 80 km/h.

Each Michelin ZERO PRESSURE™ tyre features a self-supporting reinforced sidewall so the tyre won't collapse and slip off the rim.

The Latitude Tour HP is a Michelin ZERO PRESSURE™ tyre

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