MICHELIN
CrossClimate+
  • Passenger car
  • SUV - 4x4
  • All season

    All season

  • 3PMSF

    3PMSF

  • Mud and Snow

    Mud and Snow

  • Suitable for EV

    Suitable for EV

20 sizes available

MICHELIN CROSSCLIMATE+

  • Passenger car
  • SUV - 4x4

  • All season

    All season

  • 3PMSF

    3PMSF

  • Mud and Snow

    Mud and Snow

  • Suitable for EV

    Suitable for EV

Safety made to last in all weathers.

Best selling all-season tyre in Europe[7]. MICHELIN CrossClimate + designed for high safety made to last and very high longevity in all weathers[1-3,5].

  • The all-season, high safety road tyre for all weather conditions
  • Very good grip on dry road and wet road surfaces[2][3].
  • Certified for winter driving ensuring safety and traction on snow (3PMSF)[4].
  • Very high longevity thanks to long-lasting performance[1] and mileage[5].

Very good dry and wet braking performance for a safe and confident drive all year long.[2][3].

Special rigid and bevel-edged tread blocks maximise grip and braking performance on dry roads. While innovative grip-maximizing compound improves flexibility and grip on wet road surfaces, whatever the temperature. Giving you peace of mind for a safe and comfortable driving experience for you and your passengers.

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Certified for traction and safety on snow [4].

MICHELIN's V-shaped tread pattern and 3-D self-locking sipes provide traction and braking on snow throughout the life of the tyre, so you can feel confident driving in winter, whether mountain or highway. Certified for use in snow (3PMSF)[4].

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Very high longevity.[5].

High rigidity of the tread pattern increases the tyre treadlife. The MICHELIN CrossClimate + all season road tyre provides +28% more mileage allowing one extra year of driving time compared to the average of competitors[6].

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Consistently high levels of safety, from the first mile to the very last.[1][3].

Cutting-edge MICHELIN EverGrip Technologies combine tear drop, full depth sipes and a special silica compound to maximize safety and long-lasting performance throughout the entire life of the tyre[1][3]. That's the MICHELIN CrossClimate + tyre difference.

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G1nmh
March 10, 2024
3 /5
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November 4, 2020
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I've generally been happy with these, but as they've aged (now 3 years 3 months, 24k miles) they seem to have got increasingly noisy at speeds over 50mph, and especially at motorway speeds. They were awful on French autoroutes in the summer. In general they've been very reassuring in winter and muddy (eg grassy car park) conditions. They do pick up stones as the tread is quite open.

Getting very noisy after 20k miles

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Brett000000
December 3, 2023
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No longer have a commute so I sold my awd wagon and bought a Japanese subcompact. I immediately looked for new tires. Unfortunately CC2 is unavailable in the size I need for this car, but I found a set of CC ’s with a very recent date code for less than $400 shipped. I put them on last November and I’ve been satisfied with them. For the price I can’t complain at all. This region sees frigid cold in winter and these tires are actually usable. I’m certainly not driving out of town during a blizzard, but that’s my fault for my choice of car rather that of the tires. These excel, as advertised, in mild winter weather with excellent performance on fresh snow and slush. I only have about 7k miles on them so it should go without saying, but there’s zero wear. I’ve previously had Nokian WRG4’s and we just put some on my dad’s car, but only because they were on sale vs the CC2 cost. Having said that, we put the CC2’s on my parents’ SUV. I think I’m sold on the CC line.

Northern Minnesota approved

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jdkn3451
November 2, 2023
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I installed my first cross climates 4 years ago, and after 4 years and 50000 miles I'm only replacing them with new cross climates as they're beginning to crack slightly due to their age! The tyres have always gripped including very wet, ice and snow and extreme heat!

4 years and 50000 miles and only 2 mm of tread gone

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June 26, 2022
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I Have A Toyota Yaris There Are Brilliant in Mud And Snow I Go Down A Muddy Field And Its Brilliant And Good In Sludge And Good For 4x4s And Hatchbacks And Good On Front Wheel Drive Cars And Good On Mud And Sand

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Glory Bee
June 9, 2022
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Purchased 4 x Cross Climates fitted Nov 18 - covered 21k in 3.5 years. Side walls have all cracked. I live in Cheshire not the Riveara ? There is no legal mention of this occurring to tyres WHY NOT ? low miles but used frequently. Only a five year test to be performed as advised by Michellin . "Performance that lasts allegedly, longevity , robustness" sales words used. Merc engineers advised me that not safe on my E class - I have been advised not to take my car to Germany Lorrach & use on autobahns. Whos paying the £600 to replace these failed tyres ? I await my litigation claim , mean while please note this is the first time in 40 years of driving Ive encountered this fault. Just heads up to others to avoid this mess either way. Honest impartial review. I do like the tyres safety , confidence level etc. Now all gone to cat turd.

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20 sizes available for MICHELIN CrossClimate+

Fits your vehicle

MICHELIN CrossClimate+ 145/60R13 66T

D
C
68 dB

Labelling

Fuel efficiency class

D

Wet grip class

C

External rolling noise class

68 dB

Section Width

145

Height

60

Rim Diameter

13

Load

66

Speed

T

Specification

3PMSF