(1) Rolling Resistance "B" on the regulation (EEC) No. 1222/2009 European labelling compared to "C" for the MICHELIN AGILIS+
(2) Based on internal study "Analyse Cycle de Vie" ACV, done on September 2019 by the Michelin Technologies Centre comparing MICHELIN AGILIS3 compared to MICHELIN AGILIS+, on 235/65 R16 115/113R. MICHELIN AGILIS3 reduces 1,3kg CO2 / tyre for 1000km vs MICHELIN AGILIS+ based on the case of a van equipped with 4 tyres MICHELIN AGILIS3 and running 20,000km per year, the savings will be equivalent to 104kg CO2. Considering a tree can stock up to 35kg of CO2 / year on average (depending on type and age of tree - source CSR & sustainable development platform) so saving 104kg / year is almost equivalent to plant 3 trees
(3) Unit weight of MICHELIN AGILIS3 has been reduced by up to 1,6kg per tyre vs the MICHELIN AGILIS+
(4) Wet braking test, conducted by TUV SUV Product Service on Michelin's request, between 80 and 20 kph, August 2019, on dimension 235/65 R 16 115/113 R on LCV MB Sprinter 316CDI comparing MICHELIN AGILIS3 versus the latest competitor tyres available at the time of testing: CONTINENTAL CONTIVANCONTACT 100; GOODYEAR EFFICIENTGRIP CARGO; PIRELLI CARRIER; HANKOOK VANTRA LT RA18
(5) Even when worn AGILIS3 wet grip performance results meet the level required to approve tyres for motor vehicles (UN/ECE Regulation 117). For these purposes, "worn" means an AGILIS3 tyre, on 235/65 R16 115/113 R, machine buffed to depth of the tread wear indicator of 1.6mm (the UK legal tread depth). Last mile being understood as until the minimum legal tread depth (1.6mm).
(6) Based on internal wear study, done in October 2018, comparing MICHELIN AGILIS3 vs MICHELIN AGILIS+, on size 235/65 R 16C 115/113R, on Renault Master 130cv 3.5T
Results may vary according to road and weather conditions