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The Michelin Energy Saver + was designed to boost the fuel efficiency of the Energy Saver range, plus in internal tests was found to save up to 60 litres of fuel compared to its predecessor.

Michelin managed this with their unique patented Eco ‘N’ Grip technology – which consists of a special tread compound that reduces the amount of heat that builds up when a tyre is in motion.

The Energy Saver + has a 10% larger footprint than the previous tyre in the range, creating more contact with the surface of the road plus providing you with a powerful grip.

Michelin have also constructed this tyre with a special under-tread layer, containing polymers with a extremely low resistance to the effects of rolling. This means that the Energy Saver + is less affected by the force placed on the car by the surface of the road.

Michelin tyres last 5,000 miles longer - find out more.

Tyre ratings analysis
  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 7.9 / 10
  • Wet braking: 9.6 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 6.9 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 7.7 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 9.1 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 8.3 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 6.8 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 9.4 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 7.1 / 10


Very quiet and comfortable, good braking on wet and dry. Moderate handling. Good fuel economy, very good wear. But sidewalls are very soft and poor. Price is very high.
Good tyre all round for my 10,000 miles on them. On an EV they break loose on full excelleration on dry summer road around 17°c . They spin for 1 Sec over taking but slight adjustment and they feel really well sure footed . Tbis mus the the compromise between low rolling resistance to their touting primacy tyre. Never let me down under city braking in slot on emergency brake tests with pedestrians. Not once did abs kick in. So all in all a good tyre as you don’t notice them then they are good. Only one spin out under load when grrip goes light under hard acceleration from a torqued ev Nissan Leaf .
I have these tyres, the Energy Saver + for 4.000km and before i have the same tires, but then the normal version of it. The normal Energy saver. My english is nog as good as some people espect, but i do my best. At first i want a performance tyre cause i drive sportive, my car is a Alfa Romeo 147 140hp JTD, but a few days later i realize i want tyres where ecofuelly. Cause i drive 40.000km in one year, it save's fuel and also money. The day i put them on my car, the first corner i thought damn, these tyres are excellent when driving, steeringwheel is much easyer and lighter. The previous tyres (normal energy savers) the steering becomes a bit heavy, but now it's easy to steer to right or left. I can't say anything about wear but i have much confidence in Energy Saver+ Also good dry and wet grip. It's not a performance tyre but if you drive normal and not like a fool or something, you have always a safe feeling, even when it rains hard and much aquaplanning on the road, always a safe feeling and a lot of feedback what you doing.

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