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£ 57.46 incl. VAT
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Safety in every weather condition for added peace of mind

Mileage at a high level to benefit from safety & mobility until the last kilometer



Innovative compound for safety in every weather condition
The grip-maximizing compound provides flexibility to enable indentation in the ground, whatever the temperature.

Rigid and bevel-edged tread blocks for optimized safety on dry roads
Rigid and bevel-edged tread block design improves dry braking performance.

A unique tread pattern for mobility on snow from the 1st to the last mile and optimized longevity
- The unique V-shaped and lasting tread pattern maximizes the clawing effect on snow from the 1st to the last mile.
- High rigidity of the tread pattern optimizes the longevity performance.

High-Performing sipes for safety in Summer and mobility on snow from the 1st to the last mile
- The 3D sipes are full-depth for long-lasting mobility on snow and self-locking for effective dry grip
- As the tyre wears, emerging grooves open to deliver long-lasting traction on snowy roads.




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EU Tyre Label Description

Michelin CrossClimate+ 195/65R15 91H
C B 69dB C1

In November 2012 a standard label for vehicle tyres was introduced in the EU. Based on three criteria it gives information about fuel efficiency, wet grip rating and noise levels.


Fuel efficiency  - This label shows you how a tyre performs on fuel consumption - fuel efficiency is graded from A to G (rating D is not used for passenger cars). The difference between an A rating and a G rating could mean a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 7.5%. To put this in real terms, choosing A-rated tyres instead of G-rated tyres could save you more than 6 litres of fuel every 1,000 kilometres (based on an average consumption of 8 litres/100km)

  Wet grip - This label shows how well a tyre brakes in wet conditions. Graded from A to G (ratings D and G are not used for passenger cars). In an emergency situation, a few metres can make all the difference. For a passenger car applying full brakes from 50mph, a set of A-rated tyres will brake up to 18 metres shorter than a set of F-rated tyres (braking distances may vary according to driving conditions and other influencing factors)


Noise - This label shows you the noise level in decibels of a tyre. The tyre is categorised in 3 classes illustrated by 3 waves: 1 black wave - Quiet (3dB or more below the European limit), 2 black waves - Moderate (between the European limit and 3dB below) and 3 black waves - Noisy (above the European limit)



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