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New owner of a 2007 MDX AWD that needs tires. I have done a lot of research and narrowed my tire down to two tires. The Michelin Latitude Tour HP and the Latitude Premier LTX. Any opinions on these tires? Also, my local Acrua dealer is telling me that I can only get Tour HP from them that is special made for my car. Is this correct?
 

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....my local Acrua dealer is telling me that I can only get Tour HP from them that is special made for my car. Is this correct?
sounds like your local Acura STEALER is full of (!!!):
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New owner of a 2007 MDX AWD that needs tires. I have done a lot of research and narrowed my tire down to two tires. The Michelin Latitude Tour HP and the Latitude Premier LTX. Any opinions on these tires?.....
In the past I have considered (and almost purchased at different times) both of these particular Michelin sets of tires, but ended up going with (probably less expensive as well) Continental EXTREMECONTACT DWS 06 Ultra High Performance (all season) tires for my 2009 MDX- performs very much like a snow tire for winter use, but with EXCEPTIONAL dry/wet/summer season wear performance, with NO NOISE, making this one of the best ALL SEASON tires available for the 2nd gen MDX IMHO (Discount Tire also confirmed this opinion with regard to the Continental's as I had originally been considering getting some slightly more expensive Michelin's from them at the time)...

Had cost about $930 out the door (with lifetime balance and rotation AND including TPMS rebuild kits installed- same TPMS used with previous tires) from Discount Tire. :29:

https://www.tirebuyer.com/tires/continental/extremecontact-dws06/p/style/140843

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Only way I'd run another set of the Latitude Tour HP's is if they were free. Then I would toss them after about 15k miles when they started getting noisy and were crap in the rain/snow.

So with that said, I guess I'd have to try the Premier LTX if those were my only choices.

We've been much happier with the Continental Crosscontact LX20's.
 
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