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MICHELIN CROSSCLIMATE

  • Passenger cars

Arm yourself for every weather condition
Recommended by 97% of consumers⁽¹⁾

 

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  • 3PMSF

  • Mud and Snow

WHY IS THIS THE RIGHT TYRE FOR ME?

Auto Picto crossclimate benefit1 Tyres

Safety and mobility in every weather condition

- Dry braking⁽²⁾
- Wet grip⁽³⁾
- Never stuck in snow thanks to winter certification, 3PMSF

Auto Picto crossclimate benefit2 award fleetnews small Tyres

Awarded by Fleet News

Honoured as "Best New Product or Service" 2016 by Fleet News in the UK⁽⁴⁾

WHAT IS BEHIND IT?

Auto Picto crossclimate technology Tyres

The successful fusion of summer and winter technologies

- An intelligent new mix of compounds 
- The combination of a unique V-shaped tread pattern with new 3D self-locking sipes
- The innovative association of bevel-edged tread blocks with higher-performing sipes

What people are saying
4.51/5
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Overall rating based on 63 reviews
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I won't be buying them again

DRT2 - July 2, 2020

Following good reviews I put Michelin Crossclimate tyres on my new Skoda Kodiaq 4 x 4. They performed as well as the reviews BUT I have one observation that I feel you and your readers should be made aware of. If the car is parked on my (or other) gravel driveways the gravel will stick to the tyres. And I mean stick! The longer the car is parked the more the gravel becomes stuck. The gravel stays on the tyres as I reverse up the driveway and is then deposited on the roadway. The gravel is so well stuck that the car feels like it is going over bumps as the tyres rotate. The problem is bad enough for me to now go to the trouble of prising off the gravel each time I use the car! The tyres have done this since new (now covered around 2000 miles) and the problem is present irrespective of weather conditions - it makes no difference if it's freezing cold, hot, wet or dry. The problem isn't related to the gravel type in our driveway, it's a standard chipping used by the developer on our and neighbouring properties. My neighbours do not have the gravel sticking to their tyres - needless to say, they don't have Crossclimate tyres. Our other car (Suzuki S Cross All Grip) has Vector 4Season tyres on it and the gravel has never stuck to them. I also have a motorbike (BMW 1250GS) and it's soft compound "sticky" tyres do not pick up the gravel either. I can drive the full length of our driveway to put the motorbike in the garage and not have a single piece of gravel in the garage. So the Crossclimates are a tyre with excellent performance but also with a considerable flaw should one regularly park on gravel.

  • Dry grip and braking
  • Longevity
  • Wet grip and braking
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0 / 5

No traction sidelong on wet snow

Gabor - January 3, 2020

I had an accident yesterday, fresh snow, 2Celsius, I tried to stop the car from 20km/h and after it the car started to slide down on the side. Ther was ZERO gripping force with this tire. It is not good on wet snow, this V shape cannot able to stop the car when it starting to slip aside. It is not good in winter. I drove 25years and I wasnt in this kind of situation before. Never.

  • Dry grip and braking
  • Longevity
  • Wet grip and braking
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1 / 5

No traction sidelong on wet snow

Gabor - January 3, 2020

I had an accident yesterday, fresh snow, +2Celsius, I tried to stop the car from 20km/h and after it the car started to slide down on the side. Ther was ZERO gripping force with this tire. It is not good on wet snow, this V shape cannot able to stop the car when it starting to slip aside. It is not good in winter. I drove 25years and I wasnt in this kind of situation before. Never.

  • Dry grip and braking
  • Longevity
  • Wet grip and braking
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5 sizes available for this tyre

Rim

14''
165/70 R14 85T XL
Labelling

C

B

068dB

Section Width 165
Height 70
Rim Diameter 14
Load 85
Speed T
175/65 R14 86H XL
Labelling

C

B

068dB

Section Width 175
Height 65
Rim Diameter 14
Load 86
Speed H
175/70 R14 88T XL
Labelling

C

B

068dB

Section Width 175
Height 70
Rim Diameter 14
Load 88
Speed T
185/60 R14 86H XL
Labelling

C

B

068dB

Section Width 185
Height 60
Rim Diameter 14
Load 86
Speed H
185/65 R14 86H
Labelling

C

B

068dB

Section Width 185
Height 65
Rim Diameter 14
Load 86
Speed H

LEGAL MENTIONS

⁽¹⁾Consumers' opinions (1542) on MICHELIN CrossClimate tyre published on 09/05/2016 on all Michelin European websites (information aggregated and collected on the website: www.michelin.co.uk and certified).

⁽²⁾Dry braking: Internal study carried out in 2016 on size 185/60 R14, comparing MICHELIN CrossClimate and MICHELIN Energy Saver+

⁽³⁾Wet braking label "B" on the European labelling

⁽⁴⁾FRANKFURT PRESS KIT - September 2015: MICHELIN CrossClimate meets the needs of corporate fleet managers. Many of them have already chosen it – for example BRITISH GAS in the UK, Carglass and KPMG in Belgium and ALD in the Netherlands. Winner of the Innovation Award at the Van Fleet World Honours 2016. http://news.michelin.co.uk/michelin-crossclimate-tyres-win-van-fleet-world-innovation-award/

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