CrossContact LX™ Sport

2 out of 5 (37 Reviews)

A crossover and SUV touring all-season tire developed with highway drivers in mind. Combines a quiet and comfortable ride with all-season traction, even in light snow.

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CrossContact LX™ Sport Specifications for

275/40R22 (108Y)

Load Index 1082205 lbs

Speed Rating Y186 MPH

Tread Wear 480
Traction A
Temperature A
Article Number 3542070000
Approved Rim Width 9.0 - 10.5
Tire Diameter 30.7 in
Tire Weight 33.9 lbs
Max Load 2205 lbs
Rim Protect Yes
Max Inflation Pressure 51 psi
Side Wall BSW
Overall Section Width 10.9 (9.5) in
Tread Depth 9/32 in
Tire Metric Metric
Load Range XL
Revs Per Mile 677
UTQG 480 A A

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Superior Performance

The CrossContact™ LX Sport is designed to help crossover and sport utiliy vehicles perform on the highway and off the road with year-round traction and handling even in stormy weather and light snow conditions. 

With specially engineered tread blocks the CrossContact™ LX Sport provides enhanced all-season wet braking and handling while delivering a quiet and comfortable ride. Whether taking the scenic route or the shortcut, the CrossContact™ LX Sport helps get you there safely, comforte and style.


Mileage 7
Fuel Efficiency 7
Handling 8
Wet Traction 8
Snow Traction 7
Quiet Ride 8



Overall Ratings

25% Would Recommend
37 Reviews Average Overall Rating

Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice tire, POOR Treadwear These were OEM on our 2016 MDX. They ride fine and work well in both dry and wet conditions (never been in snow). However, with 33,000 miles they are at 2.5 to 3/32 tread remaining. They have no tread life warranty. 33K is pretty sad for a family grocery getter. These are the second most expensive tire available for the MDX, yet the only one without a tread wear warranty. The other highly rated tires only seem to go about 30K as well, but with a 60K warranty there is some monetary help available on the other end. While a good tire, they are VERY expensive to own.
Date published: 2018-02-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from CrossContact Sport has inferior Treadwear These CrossContact sport tires came in a new 2016 Acura MDX. At 29000 miles they are threadbare. This is a very common trait in all these reviews. Tires were rotated regularly, as all maintenance was performed. My son who is a master mechanic said a tire like this should never be allowed to have such a huge tread rating (80000mi), when they obviously do not perform to a figure even close to this. As far as the manufacturers responses to customers effected: “if you can show documentation for regular rotation, Every 6K mi... we’ve moved twice, ...and I don’t think most people keep this on hand. I did not see that specially in our documentation we received with the Acura! Poor way to back such overstated claims for any tire!
Date published: 2018-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tires These are great tires the traction and performance of these tires are excellent. The wear of the tires has been excellent over the past 6 months.
Date published: 2010-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Rain and Snow Tire I have had these tires on my 2017 and now 2018 Mercedes GLE and the tires have been pretty good overall. They are exceptional in rain and as I encountered last weekend pretty good on snow and ice as well. The only negative I have is that the tire doesn’t have much traction on dry tarmac, even though it has Sport in the name. But it’s a great allrounder with the only trade-off being summer performance. If you live in a warmer climat I wouldn’t recommend this tire but I’d you life in an area we’re weather changes a lot this tire is perfect to you.
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor Quility Warranty on this tier advertised to give 50,000 to 60,000 miles, my vehicle has only 25,000 and I already see a problem. With regular city driving the longest trips have been to McAllen Texas about 3 to 4 since we purchased the vehicle; I have personally rotated the tires 4 times, I try to do it twice a year. Not happy at all with what I see happening with the tires, I see cracks and looks like pieces of rubber are coming off. I hope Continental do something about it, before we have a real problem or fatality in my or someone’s family.
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Tires These tires came on my Porsche Cayenne 2014 (DOP: 12/2013), I replaced two in 2016 due to tread at over 60,000 miles. I'm replacing the other two tires this month (09/2017), due to treadwear. These tires ride smoothly. I always receive compliments on my vehicles ride. This has a great deal to do with the type of vehicle as well as the quality of tires. Nice and stable at high speeds as well as providing confidence on those wet, water soaked street days. I ride with these with confidence.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very very poor thread These tires came with brand new Audi Q5 vehicle, I drove barely over 30k miles with normal driving (1 driver) and when I went to Audi service the agent mentioned the threads are now 3' and the traction during wet conditions was poor. I had regular maintenance completed at the dealership every year including tire rotation. Now the dealership people are suggesting to replace tires. I said, I just drove only 32k miles and I asked them that I need to replace tires and they said YES.
Date published: 2017-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very bad product to use on new car Our 2016 Acura MDX came with these Continental Cross Contact Sport tires and 15k miles our carstarted driving with lots of road noise and shaking was coming from the wheels at low speeds. We took it to the dealer had alignment and roatation they recommended we get brand new tires to fix the noise issue. The tread are already going bad. The dealer does not cover any tire warranty, so we just have to live with these until we are ready to replace them.
Date published: 2018-02-24
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