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The average rating is calculated from 2 users

Grip Performance on Dry Road - 60%
Grip Performance on Wet Road - 60%
Dry Braking Performance - 60%
Wet Braking Performance - 70%
Noise Control - 60%
Comfort - 70%


Rated By 2 users
The MICHELIN LATITUDE SPORT 3 is a high-performance SUV and Crossover tyre with sport performance capabilities and outstanding wet and dry grip.
Chosen by Some of the World's Best Vehicle Manufacturers
- The choice of such preeminent SUV and Crossover manufacturers as Porsche and BMW
Engineered to Excel in Wet Conditions
- A new tread compound and increased void ratio offer improved wet grip*
Lower Rolling Resistance
- Variable thickness sipes reduce tread block deformation, which improves rolling resistance*
*Compared to its predecessor, MICHELIN Latitude Sport, TÜV SÜD test 2013 on wet road (235/65 R 17). MICHELIN Latitude Sport 3 has an "A" rating for wet grip in the majority of its sizes.
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Users Reviews

Eric Ho
8 years ago
Volkswagen Jetta - 225/40R18
Driver has driven 42000 KM.
Grip Performance on Dry Road 1/5Grip Performance on Wet Road 1/5
Dry Braking Performance 1/5Wet Braking Performance 2/5
Comfort 2/5Noise Control 2/5
Very good grip and aquaplanning compared to other premium performance tyres which I've used before. Tyre wear is reasonable with regular 10k km tyre rotation. Been using for 42k km now and thread can last up to additional 8k km.

10 years ago
BMW 525D M Sport - 245/40R18
Driver has driven 24000 KM.
Grip Performance on Dry Road 5/5Grip Performance on Wet Road 5/5
Dry Braking Performance 5/5Wet Braking Performance 5/5
Comfort 5/5Noise Control 4/5
Swopped to these from run flats and subsequent Dunlop Max Xtt's. Wet handling, especially in pooled water, is significantly better. Wear is OK, though to be fair, my driving is spirited cross country and high speed motorway work.

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