Michelin CrossClimate+ 225/50 R17 98 V XL
Michelin CrossClimate+ feature a short braking distance, excellent grip and are approved for winter use (bearing the 3PMSF mark, which guarantees good performance in winter conditions). The tyre was tested in extreme conditions in temperatures from -30°C to +40°C. Their operation is quiet, which provides very comfortable driving.
Michelin CrossClimate+ has a directional tread with V-shaped grooves. This means that it must be installed in the proper direction, in accordance with the Rotation marking. The tyre dries up quickly thanks to its deep circumferential grooves, notches and drains, located also at the edges. Such a design ensures a good water drainage from under the wheels, which considerably reduces the risk of skidding on a wet surface.
The innovative rubber compound is no less important. With the applied functional elastomers and silica addition, Michelin CrossClimate+ maintains its performance and grip in any conditions.
Michelin, as the tyre industry leader, has been active on the market since 1889, setting the development direction for the entire sector. They are constantly improving their technologies, developing the product range and checking opportunities. Their products are tested on the best raceways including F1 tracks. Michelin tyres are fitted as standard by major car manufacturers, such as Porsche or Audi.
Michelin CrossClimate+ all season tyre is classified as premium tyre, which means that it provides modern technology and maximum performance.
Now, you are looking at the tyre with the size of 225/50 R17.
The tyre is currently available in sizes from 14 to 19 inches.
This tyre has a speed index of V - the maximum speed at which you can drive on this tyre is 149 mph. The load index of this tyre is 98 - the maximum load that can be carried by the tyre is 750 kg.
The labelling of the tyre includes the following classes: C (rolling resistance), B (wet grip), 69 db (noise level).
The presented tyre has the following features:
a reinforced structure (it is more resistant to loads than the standard model)