(1) On average, compared with its predecessor. Wet braking test by TÜV Süd 2012 on 195/65 16C 104/102 R (60-20 km/h).
(2) - CO₂ - Based on internal study "Analyse Cycle de Vie" ACV, September 2019 by the Michelin Technologies Centre comparing MICHELIN Agilis 3 vs MICHELIN Agilis+, on 235/65 R16 115/113R. AGILIS 3 reduces 1.3kg CO₂/ tyre for 1000km vs AGILIS + based on the case of a van equipped with 4 tyres AGILIS 3 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 the tree - source: CSR & sustainable development platform), saving 104kg/year is almost equivalent to planting 3 trees.
(3) - tyre weight - Unit weight of MICHELIN Agilis 3 has been reduced by up to 1.6kg per tyre vs the MICHELIN Agilis +.
(4) - technologies - Tyre features unique kerbing shields to help protect against sidewall damage and an abrasion resistant rubber compound derived from proven truck tyre technology.
(5) - dry braking - Dry Braking Tests conducted by IDIADA on Michelin’s request, in 2017 & 2019, on dimension 235/65 R16C 115/113 R, on Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, in comparison with its major Premium Summer, Winter & All-Season Competitors (MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate (40.7m) compared to BRIDGESTONE Duravis 660 (41.7m), CONTINENTAL ContiVanContact™ 100 (41.7m),; CONTINENTAL VanContact Winter (47.1m), PIRELLI Carrier™ Winter (46.9M), & MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate (41.5m) compared to CONTINENTAL VanContact™ 4Season (47.1m), PIRELLI Carrier™ All Season (44.0m). And in 2019 MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate (46.2m) compared to GOODYEAR Vector 4 Seasons Cargo(49.5m).
(6) - wet grip - MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate scores A on the Wet grip class on the European labelling.
(7) - snow performance - MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate is approved for use in snow conditions with 3PMSF certification (3 Peak Mountain Snow Flake).
(8) - snow performance - MICHELIN Agilis Alpin is approved for use in snow conditions with 3PMSF certification (3 Peak Mountain Snowflake).