Since its launch in 2015, the Michelin CrossClimate has proven to be a highly popular tyre, meeting the needs of drivers keen to tackle the ever changing weather conditions.
This month, Michelin have launched the Michelin CrossClimate+
So, what’s changed?
- Lasts even longer than Michelin Energy Saver+ and longer than Michelin CrossClimate
- Lasts 25% longer than average premium all season market (According to tests conducted by DEKRA Test Centre, at Michelin’s request, between July and August 2016, on tyre size 205/55 R16. Premium All Season market consists of 5 All Season premium tyres (Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-2, Pirelli Cinturato All Season, Vredestein Quatrac 5, Nokian Weatherproof, Hankook Kinergy 4S)
Safety in all weather conditions
- In summer, brakes on dry roads like a summer tyre
- Provides excellent grip on wet roads in every weather condition, in summer and winter (wet braking label “B” on the European labelling) with a wet grip label as good as or better than 74% of the Premium Summer market.
- In winter, is approved for use in snow conditions – received the 3 Peaks Mountain SnowFlake certification
Driving on snow
- When new, offers the same level of snow traction as major premium All Season tyres (according to tests conducted by TestWorld, at Michelin’s request, in July 2016, on dimension 205/55R16. Compared with Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-2 and Pirelli Cinturato All Season.
- When worn to 2mm, delivers the level of snow traction of major premium All Season tyres at 4mm
The Michelin CrossClimate+
The new model is said to improve and the already award winning product CrossClimate. Michelin have constructed the new CrossClimate+ with the latest generation of Michelin tread compound – helping to deliver safety and traction for longer.