The tires on our 2011 Laredo X are getting worn down after about 41K miles and will have to be replaced in a bit. Just wondering which tires would be good for replacing the OEM Michelin Latitudes. They rode OK when new but got noisy and didn't handle New England winters as well as we would have liked.
We are looking for a well riding quiet all-season tire that will handle snow reasonably well. The closest we get to off-roading is going down gravel roads at campsites so off-road performance isn't a priority.
Seems like the Michelin LTX M/S tires get some decent reviews but they are a bit expen$ive.
I have the MS2 LTX tires on hold to swap out with my 2014 GC that should be arriving soon. They have to be better than the Latitudes for the weather we have in Wisconsin which can be life the New England area.
1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Silver I6 - Sold
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Black 4.0 I6- Sold 2014 GC Limited V6 LuxII/Tow/RA4 Max Steel/Blk Michelin LTX M/S2 - Current
Michelin's LTX MS2's are the way to go; but yes somewhat expensive. Well worth the money though.
1) 2011 Grand Cherokee Limited Blackberry
5.7L Quadra Trac 2 - IV Towing package
Lux Group 2
20" tires and rims
2) 2011 Grand Cherokee Laredo X Blackberry
5.7L QD-2 - QL- Off-Road II - IV Towing package - Tekonsha P3® Brake Control
P265/60R18 Michelin LTX M/S 2's :D -Volant 161576 Air Intake, Billet Technology catch can
Laredo X, Trail Rated, QTii, Sele-Terrian, Quadra Lift, Off-Road Adventure Package ii, Nokian Rotiva AT, Tow, AFE CAI, Custom Sound System ( HAT speakers, JLAudio , Pioneer , JBL MS-8 & RF 3.sixty.3 -- see the writeup link below for more details)