CrossClimate 2
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CrossClimate 2 crossclimate2

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  • Greater safety in all weathers from the first to the last mile
  • #1 for snow braking and traction
  • A leader in wet and snow performance at the legal wear limit

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Enjoy peace of mind in summer and winter with a tyre that offers year-round performance. MICHELIN CROSSCLIMATE 2, the expert in the all season tyre category; leader for dry braking, snow braking and traction and excellent wet and snow performance at the legal wear limit. Boasting even better overall safety and fuel consumption than its best-selling predecessor, this tyre ensures safe mobility from the first to the last mile, even in sudden winter weather.

Stress-free driving in any weather

Drive with confidence in any weather with the expert in the all season tyre category and successor to the European category best-seller, MICHELIN CROSSCLIMATE 2. Enjoy leading dry braking and excellent wet braking at the legal wear limit and top performance in snow braking and traction from a snow certified tyre (3PMSF*).

*3PMSF: 3 Peak Mountains Snowflakes

Stay mobile in all weathers with safety made to last

Stay mobile in all weathers with MICHELIN CROSSCLIMATE 2, for safety from the first to the last mile. This all-season tyre is a leader in its category for wet braking, snow braking and snow traction when tested at the legal wear limit.

Enjoy improved fuel efficiency

Benefit from reduced fuel consumption comparable to premium summer tyre standards with this all-season tyre. MICHELIN CROSSCLIMATE 2 reduces rolling resistance by 10% compared to its best-selling predecessor, with a Cool Running Sidewall built to improve fuel efficiency (ICE vehicles) or electric vehicle battery range by absorbing less energy during flexion.