Michelin Agilis Alpin
195/75R16 107/105R

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Tyre Labelling

Gas pump
D
Fuel efficient rating
Rain cloud
B
Wet grip rating
Speaker
72
Noise level rating

Description

For drivers of light commercial vehicles and fleet managers, we recommend the Agilis Alpin from Michelin. It is designed to keep logistics services and commercial transportation moving efficiently throughout the winter months, providing high levels of safety, control and manoeuvrability. It is certified for optimum performance in snow, ice, slush and rain, provides impressive tyre longevity and ensures firm, consistent contact with all road surfaces.

It is extra-resistant to puncture hazards, handling city streets and country roads easily, even when carrying heavy loads. With its increased mileage capability comes fuel efficiency and lower carbon dioxide emissions.

  • EU wet grip rating of B
  • EU fuel efficiency rating of D
  • EU noise level rating of B (71 dB)

Features

Michelin Agilis Alpin Key Features:
  • Durable contact technology incorporating a wear-resistant mixture of compounds maximises road contact
  • Abrasion-resistant rubber compound developed for HGVs reduces the risk of punctures
  • Stabiligrip technology with self-locking geometric sipes stabilises tread blocks for excellent winter braking
  • Carries the 3 Peak Mountain Snow Flake symbol for safe winter driving
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Michelin Agilis Alpin
195/75R16 107/105R
£129.66each

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£129.66 each

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About Michelin

The long history of Michelin stretches back to 1889 when it was founded in France by two brothers, Andre and Edouard. Initially manufacturing tyres for horse-drawn carriages and bicycles, Michelin soon entered the automobile industry with the introduction of pneumatic tyres. It branched out in 1906, opening a plant in Italy and gradually spread its operation across the world. Today, it is the second largest tyre manufacturer with a workforce of 125,000 people in 170 countries. An instantly recognisable brand, it enjoys an unmatched reputation for quality, innovation and safety.