MICHELIN XDW ICE GRIP™
MICHELIN XDW ICE GRIP™
Traction even in severe winter conditions
- Safety in winter
- Long-lasting mileage
MICHELIN X® MULTI™ : national and regional operations on all types of roads
A radio frequency identification (RFID) chip is an intelligent, wireless electronic device that can be used to identify unique items according to a standard system in order to store and transfer the corresponding data.
M + S (Mud and Snow): Marking indicating that the tyre is, according to European rulings, a “snow” tyre but performances under winter conditions have not been subject to testing.
- Retreadable (Learn more)
Your business should not be weather-dependent. Even in very bad weather, on snow-covered and even icy roads, your freight needs to be delivered. Your vehicles are never off the road and your business continues.
MICHELIN XDW ICE GRIP™ is a 19.5 or 22.5 inch drive axle tyre for tractors or rigid trucks which delivers traction and safety even in severe winter conditions, on snow-covered and icy roads.
WHY CHOOSE THIS TYRE?
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MAKE YOUR DELIVERIES IN ALL SEASONS
Depending on the legislation and road restrictions in force where you operate, M+S or 3PMSF markings may be required: it's just a formality for this tyre, which has a very high rubber-to-groove ratio with more than 2,000 3D sipes. Thanks to the stability and comfort it offers, it will keep you safe even on icy roads!
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DRIVE FOR LONGER
With noticeable comfort levels in difficult conditions, MICHELIN XDW ICE GRIP™ delivers long-lasting mileage and excellent damage resistance. And you get an even better return on your investment because the retreading rate is very high (1). You extend the life of your casing and cut your costs per mile.
Listen to our customers from Nordic countries
The tyres from the MICHELIN X® MULTI™ range are what you need for harsh winter conditions.
MICHELIN - X MULTI - Testimonial of a fleet manager based in Sweden - EN
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International Article Code
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6 classes from A (the best performing) to G (the worst performing). Class D is not used.
The difference in fuel consumption between class A and class G tyres can be up to 7.5%.
The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a tyre (energy efficiency) are measured through the rolling resistance. A low rolling resistance of the tyre is crucial to contribute to fuel savings.
The only safety criteria for this labeling.
It is the braking on wet surfaces which is noted (at 80km / h), and not the handling. This is graded from A to E
EXTERNAL ROLLING NOISE
Measures exterior tyre noise, in decibels (dB). Classification in 3 sound levels which depend on the size of the tyres.
The aim of the legislator is to fight against noise pollution for residents.
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(1) 95% approval rate: MICHELIN internal source. Average rate at 1st REMIX retreading of XDW ICE GRIP casings.