The Michelin CrossClimate Plus is a Premium Touring All Season tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
In February 2017, Michelin will launch MICHELIN CrossClimate+ which will continue to combine the best of both summer and winter tyre worlds with long-lasting performance.
We will have more information on the CrossClimate+ as we receive it!
This tyre replaced the Michelin CrossClimate
Tyre review data from 27 tyre reviews averaging 86% over 92,070 miles driven.
2018 Auto Bild All Season Tyre Test - 4th of 12 tyres
2018 Auto Express Winter Tyre Test - 2nd of 10 tyres
2018 ACE All Season and Winter Tyre Test - 10th of 12 tyresView All Tests >>
2017-01-17 - I am considering buying a set of Crossclimates for my Jaguar - the size is 225/60 16 102W. Discovering the tyre is about to be replaced by the Crossclimate+ is making me hesitate! Michelin introduced the original Crossclimate in a fairly narrow set of sizes - my 225/60 16 was not one of them. Is Michelin likely to do the same thing with the new Crossclimate+ - with the slightly less popular tyre sizes like mine being introduced later - in which case I should just go ahead and order the original Crossclimate, rather than wait for the Crossclimate+? Does anyone know how Michelin has improved the tyre? - Is the new tyre a better compromise (better warm dry braking and handling) or is it less fundamental tweaking?
Our full report of what has changed in the new CrossClimate+ can be found here. The sizes will roll out in stages as before, so if you need new tyres we'd suggest getting not waiting for the CrossClimate+!
2017-08-30 - I am considering buying either 4 Michelin CC Plus or Goodyear Eagle Asymmetrical 3 for my Jag XF 2.2, tyre size 245/45/R18. I live in semi rural Wales just outside Cardiff and although I probably wont be exceeding 10,000 miles a year, I will be driving around the welsh valleys on A and B roads with my new job more than I have previously when I used to catch a train more often than not. Its the million dollar question of whether to pay for winter tyres or just a good quality summer tyre and now we have the option of an all-season/ weather tyre. I don't do any high performance driving etc. We are yet to have another harsh winter since 2012 but no doubt this year will be the year. I was after some advice on the suitability of these two tyres for my car and driving situation as a good all rounders but being able to handle a cold snap should it arrive. Also whether I could realistically consider a slightly cheaper tyre that would fit the bill? Thanks There is a £30 difference in price on blackcircles.com
If you need to stay mobile when the bad weather comes, and don't want to pair the Goodyear summer tyre with a full winter tyre, the CrossClimate is your best option.
2018-09-14 - Can someone please help me to decide between 91H and 94V XL. I am going to get 4 of Michelin cross climate plus tyres in 205/55 R16 tyres for Mercedes B160 Sport. The current factory fitted tyres are 215/40 R18 89W XL contis.As I already had 16" wheels with winter tyres so I decided to go with cross climates instead of changing wheels and tyres twice a year. Now I am struggling to decide that should I get the specified speed and load rating of 91H with softer sidewalls or should I go with 94V XL with stronger sidewall. I don't mind paying little bit extra if there is any benefit. So can someone please help.
Personally I would run the stiffer sidewall option where available as I prefer a sharper steering response over comfort.
|225/40 R18||£99.60 - £109.50 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|225/45 R17||£89.40 - £97.00 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|225/50 R17||£121.40 - £137.44 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|225/55 R16||£120.10 - £134.23 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|225/60 R17||£123.10 - £143.10 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
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