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Michelin Alpin A4
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The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.

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The Michelin Alpin A4 performs exceptionally well on ice, snow and in rain. It has been designed for difficult and variable winter weather conditions. Its directional tread pattern gives an optimal performance on wet surfaces by quickly dispersing water from under the tyre and minimising the risk of aquaplaning.

The tyre uses Full Active Tread technology, which improves braking performance, traction and driving stability on different types of surfaces. The innovative rubber compound used in its construction gives a safer driving experience whatever the weather, with improved grip and reduced braking distances, even on snowy and icy surfaces. The designers have ensured an optimal distribution of forces within the tyre. The tread therefore wears evenly and slowly, which means that the driver can enjoy the tyre's full range of specifications for its entire lifetime. The rubber compound used as the base for creating the model is noted for its lightness and very high strength, making the tyre resistant to mechanical damage and extending its service life. Lower rolling resistance thanks to the reduced weight of the tyre has helped limit fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The Michelin Alpin A4 is therefore an environmentally friendly and economical tyre to run. The tyre features the GREEN X logo on its side as a guarantee of its energy efficiency.

Michelin is one of the world's leading tyre manufacturers. The company specialises in the production of premium tyres noted for their optimal performance, excellent quality and maximum driver comfort. The brand produces tyres for passenger cars, motorcycles, lorries, bicycles, 4x4 vehicles, retro cars, aircraft, industrial and agricultural machinery and racing cars. The group owns brands such as: Kleber, Riken, Warrior, Taurus, Kormoran, Saimtyre, BFGoodrich, Euromaster, Recamic and Tigar.

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Tyre ratings

CompareTyres.com analysis
  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 8.1 / 10
  • Wet braking: 6 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 8.6 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 7.4 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 9.2 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 8.1 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 6.6 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 10 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 5.1 / 10

Alpin A4 Reviews

Given that the car is used for commutes, most of the time it's less than 5 degrees, and so these have been fitted from November to the start of May (Climate change, eh?) Pulling out of junctions with front wheel drive is the biggest test of tyres, and these cling on just great, although I've detected a slight drop off from new. Maybe I'm being more cocky, though. Day to day, they're surefooted and accurate, and the tread is holding up well after two winters. No detectable wear, which is what you'd hope for. I think they've been a good purchase and although I've not had much chance to drive in the snow, light coverings and frosty roads are easily managed. I rate tyres as a major safety device and that's why I fit winter tyres to the family car.
A real boost to bad weather driving. Wet grip is exceptional; emergency stopping from 60+mph is excellent; no fuss, no skidding, no drama. Really inspires confidence. On snow and ice grip and traction is noticeably enhanced; just remember to also keep revs low and (if necessary) gear selection high. Dry grip seems the same as my summer tyres; however road noise is a little greater and my MPG seems to have dropped by about 4mpg. Very happy to trade these small issues for the security of increased grip in adverse weather. Fitted these 2 months ago and the moulding pips on the tyres edges are still present on all tyres after 2500 miles, so confident that they will wear well (as all Michelins do).
Given that the car is used for commutes, most of the time it's less than 5 degrees, and so these have been fitted from November to the start of May (Climate change, eh?) Pulling out of junctions with front wheel drive is the biggest test of tyres, and these cling on just great, although I've detected a slight drop off from new. Maybe I'm being more cocky, though. Day to day, they're surefooted and accurate, and the tread is holding up well after two winters. No detectable wear, which is what you'd hope for. I think they've been a good purchase and although I've not had much chance to drive in the snow, light coverings and frosty roads are easily managed. I rate tyres as a major safety device and that's why I fit winter tyres to the family car.