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Michelin CrossClimate 175/65 R14 86 H XL

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Tyre size:
175/65 R14
Speed index:
H = max 210 km/h
Load index:
86 = max 530 kg
Season:
All Weather
Vehicle type:
Car
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  • Delivery time: 4-5 working days
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    Quantity:
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    4.4
    Rating: Good 111140 225 reviews
    EU label:
    C B 68 dB
    C B 68 dB
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Overall rating: 4.4 Overall rating: Overall rating is a weighted average of individual performance, not the arithmetic mean. Some of the tyre features have greater and some have smaller impact on the overall assessment. 225 reviews

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  • Use costs: Tyre influence on car operating costs. 111130 4.3
  • Comfort: Tyre influence on driving comfort. 111140 4.4
  • Road properties: Tyre influence on driveability 111130 4.3

225 customers rated this tyre

  • 5 118 people
  • 4 84 people
  • 3 11 people
  • 2 12 people
  • 1 0 people

94% users recommend this tyre

94%

The information about this tyre are being collected for 1586 days. In that time we have collected 225 reviews.
Total distance covered by our customers is 1473000 km.

The best rated parameter is: dry surface.

This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually in the city.

This tyre was reviewed by drivers, who claim their driving style as moderate.

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  • Susanne McAllister
    Rating: 4.9 111190

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    4 People 0 people

    These Michelin were my first investment in quality tyres and the payoff has been tremendous. I live in Ireland where I've had ample opportunity to assess the tyres in both wet and dry conditions and they have performed beautifully. There is a marked feeling of stability on the road over my previous tyres (Bridgestones), road handling markedly improved and, given the cross-over tread, a surprising improvement in road noise and roll resistance. I haven't had a chance to test them in snow conditions but bought them as I intend to travel to Andorra this winter. I also like the looks of them. Buying from OPONEO over local tyre shops saved me €25-32 per tyre, delivery was spot on. Highly recommend both the Michelin's and OPONEO.
  • Chauffer Dad
    Rating: 4.8 111180

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    1 person 3 People

    One of the best tyres I have invested in. Although they marginally tend to use more fuel they are worth it since the road handling is perceptible. You still need to be cautious however there are no surprises on black ice or slush. I havent' had the chance to try them on snow yet. I have covered some miles on them and they still look brand new. Remember that tyre condition and wearing are highly dependent on proper tracking and camber angles.
  • Tommy Rej
    Rating: 4.8 111180

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    8 people 0 people

    Tried those tyres in most conditions so far. I had before Michelin Primacy HP and I have to say that CrossClimate are much more quiet, definitely better grip in the wet, almost no wheelspin on roundabouts or corners anymore and they look great. Drove twice in the light snow and was really happy with traction, overall really happy!
  • John De La Ney
    Rating: 5.0 11111

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    0 people 0 people

    Very pleased with the tyre. By changing all 4 tyres the car drives like new again. Road grip, noise & comfort much improved.
  • Roberta
    Rating: 4.1 111110

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    1 person 6 people

    Great on a dry road, but fail on rain and snow. On snow very slippy, abs keep working and the speed max 40

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Product description

Michelin CrossClimate 175/65 R14 86 H XL

The process of designing and improving Michelin CrossClimate lasted as long as 3 years. 150 persons worked on the development of this tyre in total and it was subjected to 1,000 lab tests. Over those years, the model was road-tested in 7 European countries. During the tests, the tyre travelled 5 million kilometres. Its performance was tested in a wide range of temperatures (- 30°C to 40°C).

Compared to other all-season tyres, the model was designed using completely different technologies. It is these high-tech treatments that made the model feature the highest tyre labelling class (A) in terms of wet grip. The tyre achieved that class when tested according to the criteria for summer and winter tyres. What’s more, the tyre also received the highest tyre labelling rating in terms of noise.


Examples of differences between Michelin CrossClimate and other summer or all-season tyres:

- 5 m shorter braking distance on a dry surface compared to an all-season tyre (at 14°C),

- 7 m shorter braking distance on a dry surface compared to a winter tyre (at 14°C),

- 3 m shorter braking distance on a wet surface compared to a summer tyre (at 6°C).


The high performance of these tyres in all seasons has its roots in the modern tread. One of its most characteristic components are the 3D sipes. Their pattern is derived from summer tyres, but the geometry is taken from the tread of winter tyres. Thanks to this double characteristic, the sipes change their wideness depending on the road conditions. This makes the tyre bite into the pavement, ensures excellent traction and stability at bends. All this is regardless of the conditions (also on slippery surfaces).


A very important element of Michelin CrossClimate is its shoulder blocks with their bevelled edges. They maintain a high contact with the surface, ensuring short braking distances in both summer and winter.

The tyre design includes a flexible compound which also improves its performance on dry, wet and snowy roads. Moreover, such a solution ensures a lower rolling resistance, which saves on fuel. The silica used in the tyre material reduces heat emissions.

The tyre is manufactured in only 4 plants in Europe (two of them are located in Spain and two in Germany).





Michelin is one of the largest tyre manufacturers on the market. The company was founded in 1889 in France. It owns such brands as Kleber, Kormoran or BFGoodrich. Michelin offer includes the highest class products.

Michelin CrossClimate all season tyre is classified as premium class tyre, which means that it provides new technology and maximum performance.
Now, you are looking at the tyre with the size of 175/65 R14.
The tyre is currently available in sizes from 14 to 18 inches.
This tyre has a speed index of H - the maximum speed at which you can drive on this tyre is 210 km/h. The load index of this tyre is 86 - the maximum load that can be carried by the tyre is 530 kg.
The labelling of the tyre includes the following classes: C (rolling resistance), B (wet grip), 68 db (noise level).
The presented tyre has the following features:
  • a reinforced structure (it is more resistant to loads than the standard model)

Label

Tyre Michelin CrossClimate in size 175/65 R14 86 H, according to manufacturer's information, it has the following driveability parameters:

  • C
  • B
  • 68 dB
C B 68 dB

Fuel efficiency (rolling resistance)

Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a colour-coded scale. A class (green) stands for the best fuel efficiency rating (=the lowest rolling resistance). G class (red) marks the worst fuel efficiency rating (= the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and fume emission, therefore the lower the resistance, the lower fuel consumption and exhaust fume emission is.

We grip

Wet grip is the tyre’s ability to adhere to the road in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on one aspect of wet grip – wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to G: A class stands for the best braking performance, whereas G class stands for the worst braking performance. It is one of the crucial parameters which influence the road safety.

Noise level

Tyres contribute to the level of external noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a low noise level rating will lower the influence of your driving on the surrounding environment.

Tyre tests

2018 Auto Zeitung test in size: 225/45 R17 2. place rating:
Auto Zeitung test in size: 205/55 R16 1. place rating:
ADAC test in size: 195/65 R15 1. place rating: satisfactory
Gute Fahrt test in size: 205/55 R16 2. place rating: good
Auto Zeitung test in size: 205/55 R16 rating: highly recommended