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Michelin Energy XM2+

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Key Facts

  • Year Released: 2019 New
  • Regions for sale: Mexico, Central & South America, East Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Oceania
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90.0 out of 100
Based on:
2 customer ratings
15,300 miles driven
Michelin Energy XM2+



Manufacturer's description

A car tyre that give you stopping super power; braking shorter when new and when worn.

Shorter Wet Braking When New and When Worn:

  • MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ Tyres brakes 1.5m shorter when new and 2.6m shorter when worn vs other premium tyre brands.

25% More Mileage:

  • MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ Tyres lasts 25% longer compared to other premium tyre brands.

New Rubber Coumpounds:

  • New formulation of full silica tread compound that contacts the ground in micro-scale resulting in better grip throughout the life of the tyre;
  • New formulation of full silica tread compound that bonds stronger from filler to filler, resulting in minimized wear leading to longer mileage.

Notable Features

Michelin Energy XM2+ is a summer tire for small and midsize cars, whose key advantages are environmental performance and high fuel efficiency. This model was first presented in Thailand in 2019.

Essentially, the Michelin Energy XM2+ is a modified version of the Energy XM2 model, from which it inherited the tread pattern. Energy XM2+ Compared to its main competitor, the Bridgestone B290, the Michelin Energy XM2 + tire, both new and worn, slows down much faster on wet pavement, with the difference in stopping distance increasing with wear. The “plus” development is designed to ensure dependable overall performance, particularly on wet pavement, as well as a longer tread life. According to the manufacturer, the Energy XM2+ tires stay safe even when considerably worn out, which makes the driver confident in efficient braking performance of their vehicle long before the tires need to be replaced.

Among other things, this feature is ensured by sipes of varying depth, which “open up” as they wear, allowing the tire to dispel water from the contact patch in the same amount as when the tread is still brand new. Brake application Thanks to the new-generation silica-based tread compound, the stopping distance ensured by the Michelin Energy XM2 Plus from 80 km/h on wet pavement is shorter than that of other leading tire brands: on average, 1.5 meters shorter than that of new tires, and 2.6 meters shorter than used ones, the company says.

A better wet traction is ensured by functional elastomers included in the tread compound; a higher resistance to wear is ensured by stronger molecular ties between its particles.

It is also noted that the expected mileage of this “green” tire is 29% longer than that of its premium-brand analogues. The tread life of the new green Michelin model is up to 29% longer compared to premium brand tires The fuel-saving capabilities of this model are highlighted by a “Green X” sign on the tire’s sidewall.

It is also worth mentioning that the sidewalls of the Michelin Energy XM2+ are characterized by extra resistance to shock, which is ensured by the manufacturer’s proprietary technology called Ironflex. The high-strength threads of the carcass absorb peak loads, while the design of the sidewalls significantly reduces the risk of bulges or complete tire collapse.

Depending on the size, the Michelin Energy XM 2+ may have 2 or 3 circumferential grooves.


Detailed Information

Type and Size
Tire Model
Michelin / Energy XM2+
Car Type
Season
Summer
Rim Diameter
14 / 15 / 16 "
Width
175 / 185 / 195 / 205 / 215 mm
Aspect Ratio
50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
No
Speed and Load
Speed Index
H (max 130 mph) ... V (max 149 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

Michelin / Energy XM2+ Sizes & Specifications

Rim Model Size Index Features Approved rim width Measured rim width Tire weight Sidewall styling Section width Load range Max load single Overall diameter Static loaded radius Price
R14 175/65 R14 82H 175/65 R14 82H
R14 185/60 R14 82H 185/60 R14 82H
R14 185/65 R14 86H 185/65 R14 86H
R14 185/70 R14 88H 185/70 R14 88H
R14 195/60 R14 86H 195/60 R14 86H
R14 195/70 R14 91H 195/70 R14 91H
R15 175/65 R15 84H 175/65 R15 84H
R15 185/55 R15 86V 185/55 R15 86V
R15 185/60 R15 88H 185/60 R15 88H
R15 185/65 R15 88H 185/65 R15 88H
R15 195/55 R15 85V 195/55 R15 85V
R15 195/60 R15 88V 195/60 R15 88V
R15 195/65 R15 91V 195/65 R15 91V
R15 205/60 R15 91V 205/60 R15 91V
R15 205/65 R15 94V 205/65 R15 94V
R15 205/70 R15 96H 205/70 R15 96H
R15 215/65 R15 96H 215/65 R15 96H
R16 185/55 R16 83V 185/55 R16 83V
R16 195/50 R16 88V 195/50 R16 88V
R16 195/60 R16 89H 195/60 R16 89H
R16 205/55 R16 91V 205/55 R16 91V
R16 205/60 R16 92V 205/60 R16 92V
R16 205/65 R16 95H 205/65 R16 95H
R16 215/60 R16 95H 215/60 R16 95H
R16 215/65 R16 98H 215/65 R16 98H

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Questions and Answers

  • Glenson 23 February, 2021 03:49
    Could you let me know the tire stiffness value for this product in Netwons/rad?