– December 01, 2017
ANDREW GREENE – Review
December 01, 2017
My 2007 Cadillac Escalade AWD is on its 3rd set of these. 285/45/22. I am by no means an easy driver. I do a lot of curvy mountain roads and my mileage is about 50/50 interstate/curvy roads. Previous 2 sets had 67,000 miles and 63,000 miles on them with those being the non-plus Alenzas. The 63,000 mile set still had 6/32 tread in the middle but the corners were wore slick, my driving conditions/ habits contributed to this. I have drove GM full size SUV and Trucks since 1998 and have always, always run the Michelin LTX tire till I bought this vehicle and saw how good the OE Bridgestone lasted and performed. The most miles out of the Michelin has been 65,000 miles. It is somewhat difficulty or me to judge the ride quality of these tore since they are the low profile 22's and this have very little sidewall to absorb the harshness.
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