Description


The Michelin CrossClimate is made with a rubber compound - to maximise traction.

High levels of silica are used in the tyre's compound, as with a winter tyre - this compound structure ensures a low rolling resistance and consistant performance in winter conditions. The CrossClimate’s innovative tread design is made with two layers - one on the outer tread and another underneath the surface. This works to minimise any heat transferred through the tyre. V-shaped blocks and self-blocking 3D Sipes are incorporated into the tyre's tread pattern, further optimising the level of traction that is provided in both winter and summer conditions.

  • Top performance in summer and winter conditions.
  • Optimised tread pattern and compound mix for improved fuel consumption.

Latest reviews

11 August, 2018 07:10 by Robert
5
More than 6 months
City
Recommend
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Handling
Price/Quality
Treadwear
Wet Performance
It is a very responsive road tire. I like the sensitivity of the feel.
Comments
The traction with those tires was outstanding, especially in the wet and icy conditions and in the dry it felt like a summer tire. These tires do a good job of suppressing road noise, bumps and offer a much better ride quality too. They aren't the cheapest, but you definitely get what you pay for. I have been wheel spinning in the ice and snow for the last few days of awful weather, with some crappy, half worn Bridgestone Potenza tires which offer next to no traction in anything but the most dry of roads. Michelin tires are far so superior. I used to have the Alpin A4's on a previous car too, which are great, but I didn't need a winter tire, just an all season tire like the CrossClimate as I'm not in ice and snow conditions most of the time.

Detailed Information


Type and Size
Tire Model
Michelin CrossClimate
Car Type
Passenger
Season
All Season
Rim Diameter
14 / 15 / 16 / 17 / 18 "
Width
165 / 175 / 185 / 195 / 205 / 215 / 225 mm
Aspect Ratio
45 / 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
Optional
Speed and Load
Speed Index
H (max 130 mph) ... W (max 168 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

Michelin CrossClimate Sizes & Specifications


Rim Model Size Index Features sidewall styling overall diameter section width approved rim width max inflation pressure utqg tire weight revs per mile load range measured rim width tread depth max load at cold inflation pressure
R14 165/70 R14 85T 165/70 R14 85T
R14 175/65 R14 86H 175/65 R14 86H
R14 175/70 R14 88T 175/70 R14 88T
R14 185/60 R14 86H 185/60 R14 86H
R14 185/65 R14 86H 185/65 R14 86H
R18 225/55 R18 102V 225/55 R18 102V

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11 August, 2018 07:10 by Robert
5
More than 6 months
City
Recommend
What is good?
Comfort
Dry Performance
Handling
Price/Quality
Treadwear
Wet Performance
It is a very responsive road tire. I like the sensitivity of the feel.
Comments
The traction with those tires was outstanding, especially in the wet and icy conditions and in the dry it felt like a summer tire. These tires do a good job of suppressing road noise, bumps and offer a much better ride quality too. They aren't the cheapest, but you definitely get what you pay for. I have been wheel spinning in the ice and snow for the last few days of awful weather, with some crappy, half worn Bridgestone Potenza tires which offer next to no traction in anything but the most dry of roads. Michelin tires are far so superior. I used to have the Alpin A4's on a previous car too, which are great, but I didn't need a winter tire, just an all season tire like the CrossClimate as I'm not in ice and snow conditions most of the time.

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