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Michelin Alpin Winter Tyre. Designed for city cars, MPVs and family cars
Drive in complete safety in all weather conditions. The MICHELIN Alpin is the most economical (1) winter tyre—it gives you 35% more mileage than the market average. MICHELIN's revolutionary Helio compound (which contains sunflower oil) is used for better grip on wet and icy roads. Ideal for the most demanding conditions, the Full Active Tread technology improves traction, braking and stability.
MICHELIN Pilot Alpin is the winter tyre for very high performance and sports models.
This winter tyre has been designed and approved for the most powerful high-performance vehicles and sports cars on the road: Audi A3/A4/A6, BMW M3, M5 and M6, Mercedes C-Class, E-Class, AMG E-Class, SL, S-Class, CLS, SLR and Maybach, Porsche Boxster, 911 and Porsche Panamera. Also available in Zero Pressure version (runflat) for the BMW 3 Series.
MICHELIN Latitude Alpin Winter Tyre. This tyre is the 4x4 tyre for winter driving.
Safer to drive on, and sure-footed braking and traction in cold weather conditions, the MICHELIN Latitude Alpin winter tyre is designed for use on multi-purpose and compact 4x4 vehicles. For greater stability and grip, the Stabiligrip technology combines two types of different sipe for improved traction and greater stability in snow.
MICHELIN Latitude Alpin HP is the SUV tyre for winter driving.
Designed for high performance 4x4 vehicles, MICHELIN Latitude Alpin HP is approved for the Mercedes GL, ML and R Class, and BMW X5 (in its Zero Pressure, ZP, version).
Michelin Agilis Alpin Winter Tyre. Designed for all utility vehicles and vans.
The Michelin Agilis Alpin tyre provides a high level of performance for professional users in all winter conditions. The tyre grips the snow like a claw to offer greater stability thanks to its Stabiligrip technology.
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