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Michelin Energy Saver 205/55 R16 91 V *

Tyre size:
205/55 R16
Speed index:
V = max 149 mph
Load index:
91 = max 615 kg
Season:
Summer
Approval:
BMW
Type:
Car
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    C A 70 dB
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Summary: Summary: Overall raiting is a weighted average of individual performance,not the arithmetic mean.Some of the tyres features have greater, some smaller impact on the assessment of the total. 4.0 275 reviews

Tyre good
  • Use costs: Influence of a tyre for car operating costs. 111110 4.1
  • Comfort: Influence of a tyre for driving comfort. 111110 4.1
  • Road qualities: Influence of a tyre for driveability. 11110 4.0

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275 customers rated this tyre

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  • 4 149 people
  • 3 68 people
  • 2 12 people
  • 1 0 people

84% users recomend this tyre

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The information about the tyre are being collected for 2344 days. In that time we have collected 275 reviews.

The total distance driven by our customers is 1400000 km.

The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a dry surface.

This tyre was reviewed by users driving City usually.

This tyre was reviewd by drivers, who assess their driving style as Moderate.

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  • Robson
    Rating: 2.9 119000

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    Welcome. I never play with giving reviews etc, but now I just cannot prevent myself from doing that. I have no idea why people write good reviews about these tyres. I bought them because there were a lot of positive reviews about them. I put them in May it was quite sunny and dry but even such weather condition and dry road caused my ABS to turn on while braking (TRAGEDY). When the rain came tyres just started to swim and slip, no matter if moving-off, braking or cornering... The ESP was on almost everytime. I thought that maybe something is wrong with my car so I went to the fitting station to check the balancing. After visiting my mechanic I understood that 300GBP went down the drain...
  • Alex
    Rating: 3.5 111500

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    These tyres are a total disaster. I bought them in spring in 2009 with the 2008DOT. I made a technical inspection in the beggining of winter and they were totaly damaged. After 10.000 miles huge cracks along the tread appeared. When driving 60MPH they rumble like chinese crap. When the rain falls I feel like I cannot control my car ( I almost lose control of my car totally). Uniroyals or Firestones deal with wet road much better than these. I drove over 200.000 miles on different tyres (chinese, german, japanese)... These were probably the worst tyres that I have ever used in my entire life. I wouldn't recommend them even to my enemies.
  • Prescot
    Rating: 4.2 111120

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    I bought these tyres on sale. They are worth their price. i used Matadors lately and they were a total crap. On Michelin Energy Savers everything is different. I felt like moving to another car one class higher. They have very low rolling resistance, and my power steering appeared to work better.My Skoda has a stiff suspension and Energy Savers- as they are made from soft mixture rubber- make my suspension to work much more silent. There is a total silence in my car and I have to get used to it :). Fast cornering just meks me smile. To sum up, I am very satisfied with Michelin Energy Savers and I can deifinitely recommend them.
  • Buisness
    Rating: 4.2 111120

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    0 people 0 people

    I used Energy mxt aglis 41. They were very good but Energy Savers are way better. On dry road just excellent. Silent, comfortable. very good grip. it is almost imposible to skid. I cannot say wheter the fuel use was lowered because my driving style is very different. Very good / safe braking. Mine were produced in Russia but I dont have any restrictions. I recommend them as they appeared to me very safe. I will never change the tyre brand. Michelin Energy Saver are awesome. In addition I will say that even my wife found Energy Savers very safe and silent.
  • Cristopher
    Rating: 2.7 117000

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    These tyres after 7.000 miles were damaged. I made an official complaint to Michelin but unfortunately they have lost my complaint form. After plenty of calls and 2.5 month of waiting they did not accept my complaint. They 'generously' proposed me to buy new tyres with 10% discount. It is freakin' joke! These were my last michelins. I will never buy them again. Last 3 models of Michelins that I had were ok but these are a total disaster. My ESP truns on every time when its just a little rain and the road is barerly wet. I dont recommend them to anybody !

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Product description

Michelin Energy Saver 205/55 R16 91 V *

Designed for city cars, MPVs and family cars. The tyre that reduces running costs, respects the environment and enables a shorter braking distance! Product Benefits * Less fuel used * Outstanding longevity * More safety Less fuel used Save up to 80 litres of fuel. Outstanding longevity MICHELIN ENERGY™ Saver lasts 6,000 miles longer. Longer-lasting tyres also result in fewer worn tyres to recycle! More safety Your safety is always a priority for MICHELIN. Your braking distance is up to 3 metres shorter on wet roads. Less fuel used and more safety in the wet due to a new generation 100% silica-based rubber compound In 1992, Michelin launched its 1st generation of low fuel consumption “green tyres”, made possible by the partial substitution of carbon black with silica. MICHELIN Energy Saver uses the latest generation silica which almost completely replaces the carbon black. More safety in the wet, maintained mile after mile due to the Durable Security Compound (DSC) The Durable Security Compound is a new ingredient in the tread rubber. It is aromatic oil free (complying with the European Directive which came into force in January 2010). It improves wet braking, not only when the tyre is new, but also as it wears. By maintaining the rigidity of the tread rubber, the Durable Security Compound ensures efficient braking during the whole life of the tyre (Michelin Patent). Outstanding longevity due to a mixing process exclusive to Michelin This exclusive Michelin process allows for simultaneous combination of all the tread ingredients, with perfect control of the mixture consistency and molecular interaction. Tread rubber performance is very dependent on the quality of the molecular bonding of its 14 individual ingredients (elastomers, sulphur, antioxidants, silica, etc.). The new mixing process enhances the performance of the 100% silica-based compound and the DSC compared to using a non-Michelin process.
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Tyre Michelin Energy Saver in the size 205/55 R16 91 V, according to information given by manufacturer, it has the following driveability parameters:

  • C
  • A
  • 70 dB
C A 70 dB

Fuel efficiency (rolling resistance)

Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a color-coded scale. A class (green) stands for the highest fuel efficiency rating (=the lowest rolling resistance). G class (red) marks the lowest fuel efficiency rating (= the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and fumes emission, thus the lower the resistance, the lower fuel consumption and exhaust fumes emission is.

Wet grip

Wet grip’ is the tyre’s ability to adhere to the road in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on one aspect of wet grip – the wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to F: A class stands for the best braking performance, whereas G class stands for the worst breaking performance. It is one of the crucial parameters influencing the road safety.

Noise

Tyres contribute to the amount of pass-by noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a good noise rating will lower the impact of your driving on the surrounding environment.

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