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Michelin Tyres

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Michelin

Most valuable tyre brand in the world according to the 2021 report by international consultancy Brand Finance.

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Michelin History of the brand

History of the brand

Over 130 years of experience in creating innovative products. Since 1889, Michelin has been innovating around the world so that we can travel safely, efficiently and sustainably.

MICHELIN TECHNOLOGIES

MICHELIN TECHNOLOGIES

The Michelin Group is the technological leader in the world tyre industry. Michelin is constantly innovating to design tyres that stand up to all adversities on the road. We take a passionate approach to drivers' needs to ensure the optimum durability and performance of our tyres.

  • Michelin SAFETY

    SAFETY

  • Michelin COMFORT

    COMFORT

  • Michelin ECOLOGY

    ECOLOGY

  • Michelin ECONOMY

    ECONOMY

Michelin Motorsport

Motorsport

We incorporate technologies from the world of motorsport into our everyday tyres. Michelin's ultimate goal is to enable our partners and consumers to benefit from breakthrough technologies developed almost directly on the race track. Motorbike and car racing is our passion. We are committed to Michelin's presence in racing around the world, leading our partners to victory and improving the mobility of tomorrow.

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Michelin tyres reviews

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  • 5.0
    eldrak21

    CrossClimate+
    205/60 R15

    These are absolutely fantastic tyres. Great grip in wet and dry. Haven't tested in snow yet. The tyres are quiet. Highly recommended! More >
  • 4.7
    Piotr Marewicz

    Primacy 4
    205/55 R16

    Sensational tyres. This is the second set bought within 2 months - the same tyres. Until now, I was riding Goodyear - now I see that it was a mistake. More >
  • 5.0
    BJG

    Alpin 6
    205/55 R16

    Michelin’s current mission is for tyres to be used down to the legal limit, and the Alpin 6 has grooves that widen and emerge as the tread wears. So far these are well suited to UK winters thanks to their good performance in the wet. Used a set last year d I drove past 4WD cars stuck in the snow in my 2WD estate without any issues - this spoke volumes to me about winters tyres in general. More >
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Tyres Michelin

High Performance from the First to the Last Mile*

The most important performance parameters maintained up to the permissible tyre wear limit:

  • braking on wet surfaces for summer tyres,
  • braking and handling on snow or wet surfaces for all-season and winter tyres,
  • road holding or traction on the track for sports tyres.

* Up to the last mile, i.e. to the permissible tread wear level (1.6 mm). The minimum acceptable tread depth may vary depending on the country.

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Outstanding mileage

MICHELIN tyres are widely recognised for their outstanding mileage: For several decades Michelin have continuously designed tyres with compounds that resist wear both on the road and on the race track. This allows you to exploit their full performance potential.

* Until the last kilometre, that is, until the permissible tread wear level (1.6 mm). The minimum acceptable tread depth may vary depending on country.

All-season
4.5

(26 reviews)
100%
of users recommend this tyre
Michelin CrossClimate+

All-season passenger tyre Michelin CrossClimate+

Product description

Opt for excellent durability and safety, whatever the weather - even over long distances¹⁻³. Michelin CrossClimate+: Europe's best-selling all-season tyre⁴.

  • The last mile in terms of allowable tread wear level (1.6mm). Permissible wear level means tyres with tread worn down to the depth of the tread wear indicator in accordance with EEC Regulation No. 30 (ECE R30r03f). The performance of MICHELIN CrossClimate+ in size 205/55 R16 91H exceeds the wet grip threshold laid down in UNECE Regulation No. 117 for tyres categorised as normal and snow. The maximum permissible tread wear may vary depending on the country.
  • MICHELIN CrossClimate+ came 2nd in the dry braking comparison test conducted by AutoBild on tyre size 195/65 R15, the results of which were published on 27 September 2018.
  • MICHELIN CrossClimate+ has a wet grip class B from the European labels.
  • Source: GFK sales panel survey in the all-season passenger car tyre category (all levels) - period: January 2018 to December 2019.
Summer season
4.9

(10 reviews)
100%
of users recommend this tyre
Michelin Primacy 4

Summer passenger tyre Michelin Primacy 4

Product description

If you're looking for long-lasting safety¹ and high durability², choose Michelin Primacy 4 tyres for every summer road trip.

  • The last mile in terms of allowable tread wear (1.6mm). The permissible wear level refers to tyres with tread worn down to the depth of the tread wear indicator in accordance with EEC Regulation No. 30 (ECE R30r03f). The performance of the MICHELIN Primacy 4 in size 205/55 R16 91V exceeds the wet grip thresholds laid down in UNECE Regulation No. 117. The maximum permissible tread wear may vary in various countries.
  • Based on the results of tests carried out by the DEKRA Test Center on behalf of Michelin between June and July 2017 on MICHELIN PRIMACY 4, CONTINENTAL PREMIUM CONTACT 5, DUNLOP BLURESPONSE, GOODYEAR EFFICIENT GRIP PERFORMANCE and PIRELLI CINTURATO P7 BLUE tyres in size 205/55 R16 91V fitted on a VW Golf 7. Durability test conducted under average use conditions (D50) for 10,000 km with extrapolation of results to tread wear to 1.6 mm.
Winter season
5.0

(2 reviews)
100%
of users recommend this tyre
Michelin Alpin 6

Winter Road Tyre Michelin Alpin 6

Product description

For drivers who want a high and long-lasting level of safety¹ and excellent mileage³, the Michelin Alpin 6 winter tyre is a great choice for tough winter conditions¹⁻².

  • From its new launch to its authorised wear level, the MICHELIN Alpin 6 in size 205/55 R16 91H exceeds the wet grip threshold laid down in UNECE Regulation No. 117. 3PMSF certification for a new tyre and excellent traction on snow up to the wear limit. Acceleration/traction tests on snow carried out by TÜV SÜD in December 2017. Tyres with an acceptable level of wear (last kilometre) are tyres with tread worn down to the tread wear indicator level in accordance with EEC Regulation No. 30 (ECE R30r03f). In all cases, please observe the local regulations for winter tyres.
  • The MICHELIN Alpin 6 has class B wet grip on the European label.
  • Based on the results of durability tests carried out by DEKRA Test Center on behalf of Michelin in December 2017 and January 2018 on tyre size 205/55 R16 91H fitted to VW Golf 7. Tyres tested: MICHELIN ALPIN 6, BRIDGESTONE BLIZZAK LM001 Evo, CONTINENTAL WinterContact™ TS 860, DUNLOP Winter Sport 5, GOODYEAR Ultra Grip 9, PIRELLI Cinturato Winter and NOKIAN WRD4. Endurance test conducted under conditions of average actual use (D50) over a distance of 10,000 km with an expected tread wear of up to 1.6 mm. Market average: MICHELIN Alpin 6 and all premium competitors' tyres tested on the panel. In all cases, please observe local winter tyre regulations.