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Michelin Tyres

Michelin tyres are available for all kinds of vehicles, including cars, vans, 4X4, SUVs, and many more.

As a leading global tyre manufacturer, Michelin is active on all continents and in more than 170 countries, from China to Brazil, and from the United States of America to Germany and Russia.

Michelin started tyre production in the UK in 1927 and, in the years since, has become one of the leading car tyre manufacturers in the country. The brand produces cutting-edge tyres with a focus on optimising safety, fuel economy, and performance.

In 2009, the Michelin Group produced more than 150 million tyres, and continues to innovate and expand to this day, committed to providing the best possible car tyres and services for their customers.

The iconic ‘Michelin Man' has been the driver’s companion since 1898 and was voted as the "Best Logo Symbol of all time" in 2000 by a worldwide panel for the Financial Times.

Michelin continues to grow with the launch of its CrossClimate tyre, available in a range of sizes. CrossClimate is the first summer tyre to be awarded 3 peak mountain snowflake certification, providing exceptional winter driving performance through combining the benefits of a summer and winter tyre.


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