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Michelin Axial Sport

Michelin Axial Sport

(On Ciao since: 03/2003)

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Michelin Axial Pro Folding

Michelin Axial Pro Folding

(On Ciao since: 01/2003)

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* Hey, You look like the Michelin Man! . .

Advantages: Very good grip in all weather, especially in the wet.
Disadvantages: The cost and fact that they wear faster.

...Two French brothers called Edouard and Andre Michelin, owned a rubber factory. One day, a cyclist with a punctured pneumatic tyre arrived at their factory. This tyre was glued to the rim, and It took over 3 hours to remove it and repair the tyre, which then had to be left overnight to dry. The next day, they took the repaired bicycle into the yard for testing. After several hundred Meters...

smudgeybabes 01.12.2008 12:07 (02.12.2008 16:53) · Read review
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Review of Michelin Pilot Sport

Michelin Tyres

Advantages: Well known brand
Disadvantages: Go out of shape.

...Over the years, I reckon I have had most makes and brands attached to my car. From this I have been able to be more picky and choosey when buying my new tyres. I now know whats good, whats bad and what is worth avoiding. Michelin boast being one of the 2 tyre suppliers to the Formula 1 world championship. Yet it fails to pass its lessons leared from the track to the consumer. As much...

andycharger 07.11.2001 18:23 · Read review
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Review of Michelin Tyres

Michelin Energys

Advantages: Long lasting, brilliant grip
Disadvantages: None!

...Michelin Energy A tyre designed to reduce running costs and respects the environment with these tyres on your car is said to use less fuel and last longer than other brands. On a wet road they help make a shorter stopping distance making them a super safe tyre to have on your car. These tyres are designed for, city cars, MPV and family cars. These come as standard on my model of car...

Hsaxo 22.03.2008 22:31 · Read review
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Review of Michelin Energy MXV4 Plus