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Rim Size: R17
Speed Rating: V
Load Index: 103
Fuel Efficiency: B
Wet Grip: B
Noise Level: 70
The Michelin CrossClimate SUV is an SUV version of the world's first summer tyre approved for winter use. It is noted for its outstanding performance on dry and wet surfaces, as well as its superb traction on snow. The Michelin CrossClimate SUV is the ideal option for anyone looking for a tyre that can handle both summer and winter conditions.
The combination of a special rubber compound with an optimised design featuring a double carcass and stiffened side ensures that the tyre offers excellent grip in typical winter conditions. This design also provides excellent driving performance and helps optimise fuel consumption. This not only cuts costs but also helps protect the environment since lower fuel consumption means fewer atmospheric emissions of harmful substances.
The components used to manufacture the tyre are noted for their flexibility over a wide range of temperatures, as a result of which the CrossClimate SUV offers appropriate grip and stability both during heat waves and at extremely low temperatures. The increased contact area between the tyre and the road surface means that the vehicle is more sensitive to movements of the steering system, allowing for greater precision during cornering and sudden manoeuvres.
This model features a unique directional tread which ensures the efficient dispersal of water and snow from under the tyre. The exceptional nature of this design stems from the use of self-locking and highly effective blades, which offer superb performance not only on wet surfaces but also on dry surfaces.
Are you particularly interested in safety when choosing a tyre? The CrossClimate SUV is the ideal choice for you. Tread blocks with bevelled edges used in combination with blades improve the tyre's performance and lead to shorter braking distances on dry surfaces and on snow.
The French company Michelin is one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world. The brands owned by the group include: Kleber, Kormoran and BFGoodrich.