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Michelin introduces two new truck tyres

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Michelin has expanded its popular X Multi range of regional truck tyres, with the introduction of two new multi-position sizes, intended primarily for fitment on the front steer axle.

The 315/60 R22.5 X Multi Z is designed for vehicles requiring maximum load height and where there is also the need to comply with a 4m height constraint – as is common across much of mainland Europe.

Also joining the Michelin product line-up is the wider 385/65 R22.5 X Multi Z, which is aimed at operators carrying heavy loads – including refrigerated goods, tankers, bulkers and timber carriers.

Designed to blend the lowest cost per mile with outstanding traction all year round, they are rated ‘B’ for wet grip and feature the 3 Peak Mountain Snowflake (3PMSF) markings on the sidewall, after passing tests in defined snowy conditions. According to the manufacturer, this high level of grip is maintained throughout the tyre’s life thanks to Michelin’s Regenion technology – a self-regenerating tread pattern which includes hidden grooves that appear as the tread wears down, helping to maintain grip, traction and safety right down to the last millimetre of tread.

Commenting, Chris Smith, Managing Director of Michelin UK, says: “Both new tyres provide at least 15 per cent better mileage than the products they replace, which represents a significant efficiency boost for fleets.

Their launch means our regional tyre offering is now stronger than ever before, giving more customers access to the latest generation Michelin tyre technology to ensure they benefit from the best mobility in all weathers.”

The two products replace the 315/60 R22.5 X Energy XF and the 385/65 R22.5 X Multi F respectively and are available on the replacement market with immediate effect.

For further information on the Michelin commercial vehicle tyre range visit http://trucks.michelin.co.uk/

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