MICHELIN XTA 2 ENERGY™
MICHELIN XTA 2 ENERGY™
The robust, proven tyre for long-haul trucking
- Reduce your fuel consumption
- Reliability and safety
- Economic and environmental performance
MICHELIN X® LINE™ : long distance, high average speed, international journeys, constant speed
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By choosing MICHELIN XTA 2 ENERGY™, you can get more mileage out of your trailers.
Thanks to its low fuel consumption, reliability and durability, you improve your profitability and your costs per mile.
WHY CHOOSE THIS TYRE?
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Are you looking to keep your operating costs down with a proven solution for atypical sizes? The MICHELIN ENERGY™ range promotes low fuel consumption and high mileage:
- Rubber compounds combining low rolling resistance and high abrasion resistance.
- Tread pattern ensuring very even wear so you can use the tyre rubber to its full potential.
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RELIABILITY AND SAFETY
Are you looking for a reliable solution designed specifically for your business? The MICHELIN ENERGY™ range allows you to transport your freight safely throughout the service life of the tyre and will limit your truck tyre repair needs:
- Good traction on the drive axle.
- Optimised, long-lasting wet braking on the steering axle.
- Adaptive tread pattern on the drive axle.
- Siped tread pattern.
- Crown profile designed to ensure even wear on the steering axle.
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ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
If you or your transport customers are looking for a transport solution with the lowest possible carbon footprint, the MICHELIN ENERGY™ range minimises CO2 emissions:
- Low CO2 emissions.
- When regrooved, a tyre's service life is extended during the period when it consumes the least fuel.
- All MICHELIN tyres are made in ISO 14001-certified European factories.
International Article Code
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