Safety in all weathers
Safety in dry conditions
Safety in wet conditions
Safety in winter conditions
The Michelin CrossClimate 2 features a new generation of tread compound - consisting of a higher density of silica & carbon black materials. This compound adapts to road temperatures as they change - helping to deliver better grip in dry, wet or snowy weather.
The CrossClimate 2 from Michelin has been created to provide a safer and more comfortable journey no matter the weather.
£76.79 to £266.46
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Developed to deliver an improved performance, the CrossClimate 2 outperforms the CrossClimate+ in dry weather, wet conditions, snow braking and traction.
To provide a top performance throughout the year, the CrossClimate 2 is also snow certified (3PMSF - 3 Peak Mountains Snowflakes) and a leader in its category for winter performance (1).
Designed to be a leader in the premium all season category (2), when tested at the legal wear limit for wet braking, snow braking and traction the CrossClimate delivered excellent longevity and evenly distributed the forces of acceleration, braking and cornering for a longer tread life (1).
Michelin's 'EverTread Technology' helps to evenly distribute the forces of driving on the tyre, allowing for a longer tread life.
The rolling resistance of the Michelin CrossClimate 2 has been decreased by 10% vs Michelin CrossClimate+ (3), in doing so this has led to fuel consumption comparable to summer tyre standards (4).
Energy absorbed by the sidewall when braking and cornering, is lower compared to standard sidewalls. This contributes to reduced fuel consumption, or improved battery range for electric vehicles.
CrossClimate 2 Original Equipment Homologations
At the time of the Michelin CrossClimate 2 launch, the following vehicles are set to have the tyres fitted as original equipment in 2021:
• DS 4 Crossback - 205/55 R19 V (97) XL
Legal Mentions(1) : Balance of performance proven by tests conducted in 2020 and 2021 on Dry braking, Wet braking new and worn, Snow braking new and worn, Snow traction new and worn, Rolling resistance, Longevity - MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 grabs 6 leading positions out of 9 tests. (2) : MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 category of tyres is defined as one of the Premium all-season tyres such as CONTINENTAL, GOODYEAR, BRIDGESTONE, PIRELLI, DUNLOP brands, and which are not dedicated to Original Equipment application (i.e not designed to achieve car manufacturers specific targets) but tyres that can be purchased from retailers. (3) : Rolling Resistance tests conducted on machine by Applus Idiada, on Michelin's request, August 2020, on dimension 205/55 R16 94V XL, comparing MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 (7.30 kg/t) versus MICHELIN CrossClimate + (8.20 kg/t) Eco-responsible driving depends notably on driving habits, vehicle or tyre pressure. (4) : Rolling Resistance - MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 is rated "B" on the majority of dimensions, on the Rolling Resistance A-B-C-D-E Item of the European labelling scale. This is comparable to the summer premium tyre standard as the majority of them are rated B and above, according to Product Tracking - Average Premium Summer tire market in Europe – 2021. * MICHELIN CrossClimate 2 category of tyres is defined as one of the Premium all-season tyres such as CONTINENTAL, GOODYEAR, BRIDGESTONE, PIRELLI, DUNLOP brands, and which are not dedicated to Original Equipment application (i.e not designed to achieve car manufacturers specific targets) but tyres that can be purchased from retailers.
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