Tyre Manufacturers Best Winter Tyres- compete for the “Best winter tyres”

Tyre Manufacturers Best Winter Tyres
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What’s the best winter tyre on the market? Here are the results from our winter tyre test

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Tyre Manufacturers Best Winter Tyres

Tyre manufacturers are now fighting to produce the best winter tyres
So the article on the link reminded me that not long ago. Then the major tyre companies. Were not all that concerned about the winter tyre trade.

Especially here in the UK. I know that I have written about this before ! But at one time the only people to buy winter tyres were the lets say “better off” drivers . Consequently, who could afford to go  skiing for their winter holidays.

Farmers and other country folk would also buy winter tyres. Especially near the hills of Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
One of the reasons ! In my opinion was that the tyre manufacturers were then mostly based in the UK. Producing the tyres here for the UK market . So, would have concentrated on the home market only

All the leading and some smaller tyre manufacturers had tyre factories here in the UK.

The same would be so in the other European countries. Michelin produced most of their winter tyres for the French and German ski industry. Therefor began to develop some excellent winter tyre products. Include a winter version of the Michelin “X” tyre the “X” M+S 89 tyres.

Also producing the “XM S100 S winter and rally tyres.
The French tyre manufacturers are to this day one of the most innovative tyre designers and winter tyre producers in the world, making excellent products such as the excellent Michelin Alpin 4 range of winter tyres.
Avon tyres here in the UK had a good range of winter tyres just as they have today. I can remember that one of the most popular cars was of course the Mini and the Mini Coopers. These cars were good in snowy conditions. But the tyre Manufacturers started to bring out winter tyres for these little cars. Naturally, something to do with the fact that these cars were doing very well in rallying.

Avon tyres brought out a tyre that was going to become popular with mini owners

Consequently, known as the “Arctic winter range” . These came out originally in the 145×10 tyre size, but as the wheels were becoming wider there was a version on a 165/70×10 tyre size. Avon also make a modern day winter tyre range known as the “Avon Ice Touring ST” range of tyres, which come out on many sizes.
Dunlop tyres were also starting to take an interest in motorsport and rallying and they brought out a rally tyre/winter tyre called the Dunlop “Weathermaster” tyres which were a cross ply construction, which was then followed by the SP44 Weathermaster in a radial ply construction. Dunlop at that time were becoming one of the country’s leading tyre manufacturers and have continued to grow their winter tyre range right up to now with their “Winters-port and Winter response” tyre ranges.

Other early pioneers of winter tyres were Goodyear with their “Ultragrip”

Which came out in a X ply size and then was used for rallying with a radial version. Kelly Springfield brought out their “Explorer” winter tyre and later became part of Goodyear tyres, followed by India tyres with their “Super Multi-grip” tyres. Of course, soon to be bought out by Dunlop tyres.

All these tyre manufacturers and many more have gone on to make excellent winter tyres to serve the whole of Europe, only Avon still make tyres here in the UK and also Pirelli have a tyre manufacturing plant in Carlisle Cumbria.
Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts. We also sell Avon Winter Tyres online from our website .

Eric Roberts

http://www.motorsportmagazine.com/archive/article/february-1966/34/winter-tyres

 

Michelin CrossClimate Plus Tyres-Offer Consistent Through-Life Traction In Snow-from Pellon Tyres

Michelin CrossClimate Plus Tyres

Michelin CrossClimate Plus Tyres

The CrossClimate+ with improved through-life performance

Michelin CrossClimate Plus Tyres

This article from Fleetpoint adds just another recommendation. Hence for this excellent tyre from Michelin. As a result the new “Plus” tyre was introduced at the prestigious Paris Motor Show . In  October.

Moreover, the new model of tyre is said to be improved . Thus, by a better winter performance. In addition, which is said to last the whole depth of the tread. At the moment this stands at 1.6 mm . Of course, the CrossClimate is a summer tyre with the three peaks mountain snowflake qualification. As a result, that gives the tyre a winter capability in snow and ice.

Once again this tyre should perform at its near best right up to the 1.6 mm legal tread limit. Probably, giving Michelin the edge on its competitors tyre products.

In addition to the original product’s unique summer-tyre-with-a-three-peaks-mountain-snowflake qualification, the latest version is said to improve winter performance and consistent whole tread life performance. Finally, this latter point . Therefore, picks up on what appears to be an increasingly important theme . Especially, to Michelin .That tyres should performs consistently well through right up to the 1.6 mm legal tread depth limit.

Eric Roberts

Source: Michelin CrossClimate+ Tyres Offer Consistent Through-Life Traction In Snow – FleetPoint

Continental Tyres develop low rolling resistance tyres for electric cars – Autocar Professional

Continental Tyres develop low rolling resistance tyres

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Continental, electric vehicles, hybrids, Conti.eContact

Continental Tyres develop low rolling resistance tyres

Consequently, the giant German tyre company, have developed this new tyre. Hence, with the aid of fellow German company VW . So and will fall in line with most other leading tyre companies . Who are now making similar models of tyres.

www.wintertyres-yorkshire.co.uk

Continental tyres are joining the tyre revolution,

Continental tyres have achieved this by developing more environmentally friendly tyre products. This can be done by improving the rolling resistance of the tyres. This means the tyres will offer less friction resistance.Naturally, between the road and the tyres; this allows the tyre to go further in one turn. Thus, using less fuel and therefore making the car more fuel efficient.
This is only one small part of the overall picture.Thus, from the car manufacturer’s point of view. Which have to reach severe reductions in their overall emissions reductions. Of course,that are set by various groups of countries and individual governments.

Continental tyres use Green Chilli oils in their compounds

The tyres will be known as the Conti E Contact.Of course,  are now available for the SUV market. Continental tyres also use a vegetable oil made from a “Green Chilli” compound. Which is the latest achievement in reduced rolling resistance and performance. Naturally, for excellent tyre handling and safety and better braking.
Yokohama adds Orange peel oil.
Different tyre makers achieve this goal in a variety of ways. Yokohama tyres from Japan have developed the use of the various oils.Specifically orange peel oil in the mix of their compounds to reduce the number of petrochemicals that are used. This also reduces the tyres reliance on carbon-based chemicals and makes the product greener and more

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Yokohama orange peel oil symbol

environmentally friendly.
This new tyre is aimed at the very modern compact car market.  The AE-01 is constructed from a jaw breaking 80% of renewable materials. Including the orange peel oil and a nano-blend of oils, a great achievement.

Continental tyres are still in the “Dandelion Latex” development story

Continental tyres along with the giant Bridgestone tyre company. Are still hedging their bets. On the future use of the dandelion plant to produce latex. With a similar molecular structure to rubber latex. But we are still a few years away from this being used and tested on tyres that are to be utilised by the public. The tyre companies are investing millions of dollars in research and development, as they see the dandelion as a great benefit in the future.
Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of

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Russian varieties of dandelions will be grown in vast quantities.

We also sell Continental Car Tyres online from our website www.pellontyres.co.uk .

Eric Roberts

Source: www.autocarpro.in

Pirelli Rally tyres are making animpact on the Monte-Carlo Rally-Motorsport on Twitter

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Another win from Pirelli Rally tyres.

Pirelli Rally tyres date back to 1973

Of course, there is no doubt about it ! That Pirelli are very closely linked to the beginning of motorsport. As we know it today. So, the Italian’s first ever victory. Came in the then prestigious Peking to Paris race in 1907.

Even after such an early start to the development of tyres. Pirelli started to develop the knowledge to develop different compounds and tread patterns. Hence, that would affect the performance of their tyres in racing events. For example different tyres for different weather conditions and road surfaces.

Pirelli rally tyres in WRC  1973

Consequently, Pirelli were involved in the World Rally Championships (WRC) way back at the start in 1973. So, many of the cars that have rallied on the Pirelli rally tyres. Have won no fewer than 25 championship races. Significantly, at one period they became the official tyre suppliers to the WRC series. Moreover, a thing that they are now emulating in Formula 1 racing. In my opinion the rally tyres are the most difficult to develop. Due to their demanding challenges.Having to endure not only the weather ! But massive differences in the type of terrain. Thus, that the tyres operate on. The Pirelli rally tyres have to be good in different weather conditions. Including, snow and ice to dust dry mountainous conditions. Consequently, that you can get in some South American rallies, such as in Argentina.

Pirelli Rally tyres now active in the European Rally Championships

Bringing things back up to date.  Pirelli rally tyres have had a great start to the 2014 rally season. So, taking the first three places in the Janner rally in Austria. Of course, in the first round of the European championships. Ford Fiesta R5’s took first and third place with the two Fords being split by the Peugeot 207 super 2000 driven by Robert Consani.
The cars were driving on hard packed snow and ice and were fitted with Pirelli rally 135/85×15 SA15 containing 2 mm studs that were designed for the 15 inch wheels.

The Pirelli rally tyres performed to the top of their abilities

Proving decisive to the results with the performance on the ice and snow second to none.
I always bring up the fact that in the seventies.  I was one of the guys that was part of the Goodyear tyre rally tyre back-up team, and went to many of the local and British championships. In those days Pirelli were big rivals. But took place in the bigger events and consequently I never came across them very often.
I have always loved to watch the rallying and the various tyre companies that now support the sport have given me a renewed interest, I can now watch the Motoring channel on TV, without getting freezing cold, but I try to attend some events in the summer, and will be attending some rally-cross events courtesy of Yokohama tyres.

Eric Roberts


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MICHELIN Rally TYRES – A look at one of the most successful Rally tyre products

MICHELIN Rally TYRES
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WRC Rallye Monte-Carlo: Live positions, videos, information and photos. The best of the Rallye Monte-Carlo from the stages

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Good article showing the new extensive range of Rally tyres

All this talk about rally tyres has re-lit my interest and passion about the whole tyre scene. It takes me back to my early twenties, when I used to attend some of the British rallies such as the Mintex rally here in the UK. One of my favourites because it took place in my beautiful county of Yorkshire, and included great stages such as Dolby forest and the Yorkshire dales.
My first sight of a rally car flying through the air was with Goodyear tyres. The company that I was manager of. In those days was a Goodyear tyres equity that no longer exists now called Tyreservices GB Ltd.

Tyreservices introduced me to the rally scene by allowing me to sell Goodyear rally tyres to my local rally enthusiasts, the ground level guys who took part in the local rally scene, mainly in their Mini’s and Ford Escorts.

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Michelin rally gravel tyres

Goodyear and Michelin rally tyres would attend the large rally’s. Consequently, much as they do today. With their big trucks that were equipped with tyre fitting machines . Complete with a huge stock of replacement tyres. I would go along to the rest and overnight area. Of course, during the rally and change the tyres to new ones when required. Although I am far away from an expert on rally tyres.

I have so called got a second wind of enthusiasm. Hence, this time I am the lucky owner of my very own tyre business. Here in Halifax, Yorkshire UK.
I am lucky . Because I do not have to follow any brand of tyres. So have become a keen follower of Michelin. Including, their involvement in the motorsport field.

Also I  am a fan of Yokohama tyres . Furthermore, who are also great sponsors in the world of motorsport. But, compare to Michelin are relative new boys on the block. I am also a keen watcher of the motors TV channel. Which keeps us all up to speed with most motoring events . Also the tyre companies activity of course.

Michelin rally tyres revive 70 and 80’ rally stars

The 1970’s and 80’s were very exciting times, with all sorts of car manufacturers bringing out rally versions of their new models. The attraction was, (I think) the fact that the larger rallies were now shown on national TV, I will never forget when I first saw the Monte-Carlo rally with our great British Mini Copper’s doing so well. The French tyre company, were also doing very well and one of the star tyres was to be the TB15 tyre.

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Michelin rally tyres were becoming the ones to use and became very popular on cars like the Sunbeam Tigers, MGB’s, Daimlers and Lancia Fulvia,s not forgetting the Porsche 911’s, Michelin rally tyres also supported the Alpine Renault Works team with tyres.
The TB15 was originally built with different compounds, which were typed on the sidewalls in French, just out of interest these letters were. S- Sec French for dry and were slick tyres, T-Tous, which were an all-weather tyre intermediate compound tyre and finally P-Pluie which means rain in French, which was a wet weather tyre.

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Michelin have now revived the TB15 and have made it road legal. The tyres are E-marked with tread wear indicators and come with load and speed ratings.
The new tyres will be used as wet racing tyres in the vintage rally car events as it always proved very popular the first time round.
Coming back to the modern rally era, no doubt that the new TB15 will be very popular on the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique, which has attracted over 300 entrants, for rally cars that took part in actual events between 1955 and 1980.

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michelin tb15 rally tyres making a comeback.

We responded to the request by many drivers who wished to rekindle the “rally stars” of the ʹ70s and ʹ80s by reviving the TB 15 tyres, as they were the most versatile rally car tyres.
These excellent mixed tyres provide the best performance on wet roads during vintage racing car rallies. I will be looking forward to watching the highlights on TV.
Also as we all know Michelin rally tyres will be heavily features in the 2015 WRC rally events, including an entry this year from Hyundai, which will be run on the new i20 and attended by Hyundai motorsport mechanics and engineers and of course they will be using Michelin rally tyres.
Eric Roberts

 

 

Correct Michelin Winter Tyres – be prepared for the weather and look for the right winter tyre.

Correct Michelin Winter Tyres

You have only to look at our  website,www.pellontyres.co.uk. Naturally, to see what a choice of Michelin winter tyres that there is. To fit your car.

Michelin develops tyres adapted to all weather situations.Because of the highest level of combined performance factors.Therefore, this is necessary to fit the vast range of vehicles that we now drive.because, with Michelin, it is now easy to make the right choice!

Winter tyres are now made in sizes and load ratings.Consequently, to fit all types of vehicles. Of course, the newest version, which  is the CrossClimate. Of course, this is a summer tyre that has some great winter qualities. Thus, the Alpin series are available in many sizes and suitable for high-performance cars.

The Michelin Pilot Alpin PA4 tyres are certified by car manufacturers for use on sporty high-performance cars. Michelin tyres have become famous for their winter tyre collection.

Correct Michelin Winter Tyres

The winter tyres were developed from many years because of Michelin’s participation in motorsport events. Tyre were developed and engineered by using the most up to date testing equipment that was available at the time.

Throughout the decades, cars have become faster and sturdier. Naturally, suspensions were getting more scientific. Computers were helping to put the testing data together. During race meetings, Michelin would try out different compounds and tread patterns. Their aim was to make the best performing tyres on the market. Of course, this also applied to the winter tyres.

Tyre factories became much cleaner and this lead to better quality tyre production. As a result, faulty tyres became a thing of the past. Winter tyres were made from different materials. Silica was the master new compound  ingredient. Making winter tyres more flexible and responsive to adverse road conditions.

Tread patterns also improved. Thus, making the winter tyres much quieter and responsive to the needs of the modern cars and SUV models.

Find the right tyre for you here:
http://www.michelin.co.uk/

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Michelin CrossClimate-driving summer tyres in winter-(new all-season tyre technology) – Autogefühl

Michelin CrossClimate-driving summer tyres in winter

This Michelin CrossClimate-driving summer tyres in winter video. Coming from the German motoring magazine Auto gefuehl.

In my opinion, Michelin has been ingenious. Of course, what they have done is to turn things around. For many years now we have had an alternative to the summer tyre and the winter tyres. As expected, we know this tyre as the “all-weather” tyre.

The all-weather tyre has been on sale for years now. As a result, the phrase has become stale in the minds of drivers. Although most tyre manufacturers still make the all-weather tyre. Sales have been dropping over the years.

One of the reasons has been the significant improvement of the original winter tyres. These winter tyres are not the noisy monsters that they used to be. Winter tyres have been completely revitalised.

The addition of extra materials has brought winter tyres right up to date. Silica has been the main saviour. Therefore winter tyres are now produced for most of the vehicles on today’s market.

It looked like the death of the all-weather tyres.

Michelin CrossClimate-driving summer tyres in winter

In my opinion, Michelin tyres have turned things around. When winter approaches, some drivers will not spend money on winter tyres. In came Michelin tyres, they introduced a tyre that was a summer tyre that performed well in winter weather.

This was a new concept. Customers are still buying summer tyres that will help them drive in winter conditions. For this reason, in came the Michelin CrossClimate tyre. This video shows how the new style of tyre works in inclement weather.

We took a look for you at the Michelin CrossClimate – driving summer tyres in winter (new all-season tyre technology)

Recommended:
http://newcarz.de

Deutscher Text: http://www.autogefuehl.de/2015/03/11/michelin-crossclimate-mit-sommerreifen-auch-im-winter-fahren/

Kumho Tyres-Car Tyres-Auto Tyres 4WD Tyres-Kumho Tyres Australia

Kumho Tyres-Car Tyres

Kumho tyres are the first choice for millions of car owners across the globe.Our tyres are fitted as factory standard on many famous car brands including Holden, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi, Mercedes-Benz and Ford.

Kumho tyres are now a world player in the tyre market thanks to aggressive advertising and motorsport sponsorship.

http://www.pellontyres.co.uk/Tyre/Brand/1268/KUMHO

Kumho tyres are now world renowned

Kumho Tyres-Car TyresBMW touring car series, using Kumho tyres at Croft race track.

Kumho Tyres-Car Tyres- are one of the main mid-range tyre brands . For this reason, we have sold here in Halifax UK, for more than six years now.
One of the ways that Kumho tyres have promoted themselves. To one of the top positions in the world.Because of this, through their involvement in motorsport.

They are one of the up and coming suppliers of tyres to the motor racing world. Therefore, have made tremendous progress over the past fifteen years.As expected, including race and rally tyre products.
Most Kumho tyres are made at their flagship factory in Gwangju, South Korea, and this is where they have developed and tested their highly praised formula 3 (F3) tyres. This plant is very high tech and hygienic, to make this type of tyre, without dust particles and in a spotless atmosphere which is now one of the criteria for making the best tyre products, they are far from the dirty old tyre factories of old.

Kumho Tyres-Car Tyres

Kumho tyres are now operating the European motorsport part of the company from just outside Birmingham, and it is here that they supply tyres for the F3n race series as well as other circuit racing and rally and rallycross tyres.

Other up and coming news.Of course, is the announcement that Kumho tyres will be the sole supplier of tyres. Therefore, for the fastest Mini to be made so far the limited edition John Cooper Works GP car.
Kumho’s Road legal, semi slick ECSTA V70A tyres. In a new 215/40 ZR17 83W size primarily developed.Consequently,  in conjunction with BMW for fitment to the new MINI GP.

The Korean tyre company has also had some success. Especially, in the original equipment supplying side of the business. Kumho, have been approved as a supplier to some of the BMW Series 3 range of cars. For this reason, which is produced in the BMW Munich factory, this is a great coop for Kumho and will mean more sales as the Kumho tyres are replaced when the cars become second and third hand.
These BMW’s will be kitted out with 225/55R16 Ecsta HM Kh31 tyres, which have been developed with the luxury car market in mind. The tyre includes new HP tread technology which will give the BMW’s better responsive handling and steering stability especially in different weather conditions and also better-wet weather traction.

Kumho Tyres-Car Tyres

This is just a snippet of what Kumho tyres are doing.Consequently, to become one of the world’s major tyre companies. More reading…http://kumhotyre.co.uk/our-tyres/motorsport/

Source: www.kumho.com.au

 

 

Winters to the Rescue-Winter tyres prove their worth in snowstorm – Scottish Daily Record

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Maggie Barry tests out Continental winter tyres on her rear-wheel-drive BMW as a snowstorm caused chaos on the roads.

Source: www.dailyrecord.co.uk

 A Winters tale from Scotland but every little story about winters :is a positive to me.

http://www.wintertyres-yorkshire.co.uk/

It makes me proud to think of all the safety conscious drivers who have fitted winters to their cars. I call it winters now because it shortens (winter tyres) the subject of which I write a lot.
This article from Scotland proves to me, (not that I need any proof) that winters are one of the best things that a driver can spend on his car.

Winters have been developed and improved over the recent years.

Tyre manufacturers have had to keep up with the demand for greener and more fuel efficient cars, and this includes winter tyres.
This is one of the reasons that winters are now made of different materials that was used to make their predecessors. The main breakthrough was the use of “silica” to blend with the rubber compounds that makes up the bulk of tyres materials. Silica helps keep a winter tyre flexible in lower winter temperatures. This along with the modern tread patterns that are computer designed, helps make winters what they are today, a tyre that is ready and capable of coping with extreme winter weather.
Winters were originally designed for the drivers of Europe who take a winter break to go skiing. Most prominent were the Germans, who would shoot down their Autobahns, (without a speed limit) to enable them to do a weekends skinning up the Austrian and Swiss mountains. For this they would need a special tyre that would perform well in all the conditions, including high speed and then having to drive through snow and ice.
This is why the winters of today were developed and we now all take advantage of these wonderful things. Because of them drivers will be driving much safer than the ones still using summer tyres. One of my customers had a set fitted to his car just before we had our first snow and was so impressed with their performance in the snow that we had them fitted to his fleet of vans.
I could tell you many similar stories; we now have whole families that have fitted winters, just because of word of mouth from a relation who has had these wonderful products fitted and has told them how good they are and how much safer they have felt, being able to keep control of their vehicles when cars around them were skidding all over the place.
This winter is turning out to be a bad one with more snow and ice forecast for the next few weeks, so you still have time to enhance your winter driving experience and buy a set of winter tyres.
Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts. We also sell Winter Tyres online from our website www.pellontyres.co.uk by using the tyre selector and choosing your tyre size. We offer courtesy cars to local motorists who need to go to work and leave their car with us for work doing. We are also an official MOT testing station and are members of Motor-codes, who carry out checks for high standard of equipment and workmanship.

 

Michelin Classic-Classic Tyre range from perhaps the worlds leading tyre makers.

Michelin Classic

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RT @MichelinTyres: OUT NOW: Michelin 2015 range of #Classic tyres: http://t.co/eYiSi6ldA8 – Available via @LongstoneTyres & @VintageTyre ht…

Source: www.michelinclassic.com

The thing i love about this story,the Michelin classic it ,is the fact that this is what i was brought up on, all these different types of Michelin’s bring back great memories to me.

http://www.wintertyres-yorkshire.co.uk/continental-michelin-self-seal-tyre/

The tyre industry has brought me a great life. And I feel very proud when I look back, that I started off in the sixties and except for a spell of a couple of years, I have worked in the tyre industry, for all my life.

This Michelin classic article helps me bring many memories and the good times that I have (and still do) working in tyres.

Michelin classic is the true word when it comes to their history and the string of classic michelin classictyres that they have produced over the years, beginning with the classic “X” radial tyre, the tyre that was the envy of the tyre world. Michelin then proceeded to improve on the “X” tyre, bringing out such well known favorites as the “ZX” and the “XZX”.
These steel belted radials will be well remembered by the older guys, because no other tyre company could match the impressive mileage that you could get from these tyres. The only slight downside that I remember was that they were a little prone to skidding in wet weather, but never the less these were still the tyres to beat for quality and high mileage.

Michelin Classic

In the early days I worked for a Dunlop tyres owned outlet. I can always remember that the Michelin product, (that is now referred to as a Michelin classic) . Hence, would be slagged off by the guys from Dunlop. But I realised later that it was just jealousy .  I soon realised that whatever tyres we sold you could not escape from the quality and class of the Michelin designed products, that have now become a Michelin classic in their own right.
A little later on in my career I diverted to truck and earthmover tyres. So I missed some of Michelin’s car design tyres. As a result ,such as the “XAS” and the “XVS”. Which were developed for the faster and more comfortable cars . Hence, that were coming out mainly from Germany. For example, such as the BMW’s and the Mercedes sedan type cars. These tyres provided

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Michelin classic ZX tyre

comfort and safety. As well as the now legendary Michelin high mileage. Michelin were one of the first tyre companies to bring out their tyres. Thus, with different speed ratings . That would suit this new type of car. That we were now seeing.
Hence the French tyre giants have always commanded a premium price for their tyre products. But they have proved that time and time again the extra money has been well worth paying and in my opinion they are still the number one tyre company in the world, always striving to create better tyre products and new innovations.

Michelin Classic

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