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Michelin Car Tyres


Represented by the iconic 'Michelin Man' logo, Michelin are one of the world's largest and most recognisable tyre manufacturers. They produce premium quality tyres for a wide range of vehicles and are the tyre of choice at many racing events.

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Step 3 : Choose Fitter
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History of the Michelin tyre brand

Founded in 1898 by brothers Andre and Edouard Michelin the Michelin brand has become a worldwide household name, instantly recognisable by their iconic Michelin Man logo depicting a man made of tyres. The Michelin Man was voted as the "Best Symbol of All Time" by a worldwide panel for the Financial Times.


Today, Michelin is one of the world's biggest tyre manufacturers with a well established reputation of producing some of the best tyres available to over 170 countries. It is estimated that Michelin produces over 150 million tyres a year at their 69 production facilities located in 18 different countries. They employ around 114,000 employees worldwide and have the biggest research and development budget in the tyre industry.

Why choose Michelin tyres for your car?

Michelin manufacture premium quality tyres for cars, vans and 4X4s, and have roots in the motor racing world. They produce tyres to meet the needs of the most demanding drivers, with a focus on safety, longevity and fuel efficiency.


Michelin believe that there is no greater tyre testing ground than racing. Thanks to their reliable and consistent performance Michelin have been the chosen tyres by winning teams at Le Mans and the WRC, achieving 15 consecutive victories at Le Mans. They are also the tyre of choice for UK Race Series Porsche Carrera Cup, GT3 Cup and Ginetta GT Supercup. Michelin is then able to transfer technologies used and tested in racing onto their road tyres.

Michelin Tyre Ranges

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Michelin
Compact

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Michelin
Agilis

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Michelin
Energy Saver

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Energy EV

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Saver Energy

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 3

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Energy Saver+

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Latitude Tour

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Cross

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Primacy HP

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Primacy 3

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Primacy HP AO

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
4X4 O/R XZL

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 3 AO

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Latitude Tour HP

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Pilot Super Sport

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Primacy HP RP

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Alpin PA2

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres perform best in temperatures below 7°C. The rubber compound is specially designed to react better in colder temperatures which improves road grip. Some winter tyres have studs to help grip on snow and ice.

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Michelin
Latitude Sport

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Cross Terrain DT

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 2

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Latitude Tour HP N1

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 2 N2

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport Cup+ N1

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport Cup

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Latitude Tour HP N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Sport N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Sport N1

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Agilis +

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Michelin
Latitude Diamaris

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
4X4 Diamaris N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Tour HP AO

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Diamaris AO

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
4X4 Diamaris

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Sport AO

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Alpin HP

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres perform best in temperatures below 7°C. The rubber compound is specially designed to react better in colder temperatures which improves road grip. Some winter tyres have studs to help grip on snow and ice.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
4X4 Diamaris N1

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Pilot Exalto 2

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Primacy

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Michelin
Pilot Alpin PA4

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres perform best in temperatures below 7°C. The rubber compound is specially designed to react better in colder temperatures which improves road grip. Some winter tyres have studs to help grip on snow and ice.

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Michelin
Pilot HX MXM4

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Cross DT

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Latitude Sport 3

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
X-Ice 3 GRNX

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres perform best in temperatures below 7°C. The rubber compound is specially designed to react better in colder temperatures which improves road grip. Some winter tyres have studs to help grip on snow and ice.

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Michelin
Primacy 3 - MOE

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Latitude Tour HP - BMW

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 2 N3

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Primacy 3 AO

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 2 N4

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 2 N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 2 RO1

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport A/S Plus N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Pilot Super Sport N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Latitude Sport 3 N0

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
X-Ice 3

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres perform best in temperatures below 7°C. The rubber compound is specially designed to react better in colder temperatures which improves road grip. Some winter tyres have studs to help grip on snow and ice.

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Michelin
Pilot Sport 3 S1

XL Tyres

XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.

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Michelin
Cross Terrain

4x4 Tyres

4x4 vehicles are quickly becoming popular cars throughout the country. These types of cars require special tyres to ensure even tyre wear throughout the lifetime of the tyre and to be able to perform on off-road conditions.

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Michelin
Alpin A3

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres perform best in temperatures below 7°C. The rubber compound is specially designed to react better in colder temperatures which improves road grip. Some winter tyres have studs to help grip on snow and ice.