Michelin Says New Energy Saver Tire 8% More Fuel Efficient Than Comparable Tires
14 June 2009
The new Michelin Energy Saver A/S tire, which went on-sale this past week, is one of the first all-season tires to combine low levels of rolling resistance with superior levels of wet braking and all-season performance.
Michelin Energy Saver Construction technology keeps the tire cooler, helping the engine to improve its fuel-efficiency. It is up to 8% more fuel-efficient than other tires in its class.
Michelin Comfort Control Technology, engineered into the tire uses computer-optimized design and precision manufacturing to offer greatly reduced vibrations and road noise to keep the vehicle quiet, while a silica-based rubber compound provides all-season traction. An energy saving contact patch provides leading wear life.
The Michelin Energy Saver A/S tire is now available in four sizes that include popular mainstream and hybrid vehicles: P215/60R16; P195/65R15; P195/60R15 and P185/65R15.
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