With the Michelin ENERGY SAVER, the manufacturer’s fuel-saving tyres enter the fourth round. The development of this summer tyre has been focused of low rolling resistance, which minimizes fuel consumption. This is made possible by the full silica tread compound. More than 20 years ago, Michelin used silica instead of soot as filler, and brought the first "green tyres" on the market.
The rubber mixture, however, also contains other components, such as elastomers and antioxidants - a total of 14 different substances are combined to make up the Michelin ENERGY SAVER. The composition and quality of the materials ensure the efficiency and service life length of the product. This eco-tyre is optimally balanced to make a higher mileage possible. For this reason, no aromatic oils are used. This contributes to the fact that the Michelin ENERGY SAVER stops quicker on wet roads. The Durable Security Compound is (DSC) also contributes to reducing braking distances, as well as maintaining tread rigidity over longer periods of time.
But is there any truth to the manufacturer’s claims regarding the mileage, rolling resistance and ride quality statistics of the Michelin ENERGY SAVER? The ADAC has tested it in 2012 and confirmed, among other things, that this is indeed a frugal tyre. In the wet, it received the best rating of all tested summer tyres, and this is not the only test on which the Michelin ENERGY SAVER impressed. It consistently received good ratings on all tests to which it was subjected, including the 2011test sessions of the editors of Auto Bild magazine, who have praised the low rolling resistance and high mileage. In addition, braking distances on dry roads were found to be outstanding.
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