MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+
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Energy XM2+
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A car tyre that gives you super stopping power. It brakes shorter when new and when worn.

The MICHELIN Energy XM2+ long-lasting Road Tyre[1] delivers excellent robustness with wet braking performance made to last[3], for safety even when worn[2].

• MICHELIN long-lasting Road Tyre
• Best longevity compared to average of premium competitors[1]
• Robust damage resistance
• Shortest wet braking distances compared to premium competitors[3]
• Excellent safety, even when worn[2]

Excellent longevity[1].

MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ Tyres brake 1.5 m shorter when new and 2.6 m shorter when worn vs other premium tyre brands.*

 

*When new, the MICHELIN Energy XM2+ brakes 1.5 m shorter on wet surfaces vs its premium competitors. When worn, it brakes 2.6 m shorter on wet surfaces vs. its premium competitors. Wet braking test from 80 to 0 km/h, conducted by TUV Rheinland Thailand Ltd (an independent 3rd party), on Michelin’s request, in Nov 2018 at Nongnooch Garden Chonburi, Thailand, with dimension 205/55R16 on a Toyota Altis. Comparing NEW and WORN Michelin EXM2+ versus four other brands of tyres (figures represent the average of 4 other premium brands). Reference: TUV Rheinland Thailand Ltd, Technical Report No. 1203058671 001 and 002. WORN condition: tyres tested at 2 mm remaining tread depth, just before the 1.6 mm legal removal threshold.

xm2 plus mileage1

Engineered for robustness.

MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ Tyres last 25% longer compared to other premium tyre brands.*

 

*The new MICHELIN Energy XM2+ lasts 25% longer than premium competitors. Longevity test conducted by China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co., Ltd (CATARC) (an independent 3rd party), on Michelin's request, in September 2018 in TianJin, China, with dimension 205/55 R16 91V on a Volkswagen GOLF 7 comparing MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ versus Premium Competitors (figures represent the average of 5 other premium brands). Longevity test run in average real usage with 20,000 km run and estimated longevity at the depth of Tread Wear Indicator.

Excellent wet braking made to last[2][3].

  • New formulation of full silica tread compound that contacts the ground in micro-scale resulting in better grip throughout the life of the tyre;
  • New formulation of full silica tread compound that bonds stronger from filler to filler, resulting in minimised wear leading to longer mileage.

energy xm2 plus compounds

Warranties

Standard Limited Warranty

Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty
All MICHELIN tyres have a Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty which covers defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the original usable tyre tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first.

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27 sizes available for MICHELIN Energy XM2+

MICHELIN Energy XM2+ 155/70R13 75T

Width

155

Aspect Ratio

70

Rim Size

13

Load Index

75

Speed Index

T

MICHELIN Energy XM2+ 155/80R13 79T

Width

155

Aspect Ratio

80

Rim Size

13

Load Index

79

Speed Index

T

MICHELIN Energy XM2+ 175/70R13 82T

Width

175

Aspect Ratio

70

Rim Size

13

Load Index

82

Speed Index

T

MICHELIN Energy XM2+ 185/70R13 86T

Width

185

Aspect Ratio

70

Rim Size

13

Load Index

86

Speed Index

T

LEGAL MENTIONS

(1) - longevity - Longevity test conducted by China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co. Ltd (CATARC), on Michelin's request, in September 2018, on dimension 205/55 R16 91V on Volkswagen GOLF7 comparing MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ versus Premium Competitors (BRIDGESTONE ECOPIA EP150, GOODYEAR ASSURANCE TripleMax, CONTINENTAL ComfortContact CC6, DUNLOP SP TOURING R1, HANKOOK Enfren H430). Longevity test run in average real usage with 20,000 km run and estimated longevity at the depth of Tread Wear Indicator.

(2) - worn definition - Worn means worn on machine (buffed) to 2.0mm Tread depth on the tyre tread surface.

(3) - braking on wet - Braking test on wet road condition conducted by China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co. Ltd (CATARC), on Michelin's request, in September 2018, on dimension 205/55 R16 91V on Volkswagen GOLF7 comparing MICHELIN ENERGY XM2+ versus Premium Competitors (BRIDGESTONE ECOPIA EP150, GOODYEAR ASSURANCE TripleMax, CONTINENTAL ComfortContact CC6, DUNLOP SP TOURING R1, HANKOOK Enfren H430).

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