Michelin Tyres

(4/5) Rating for MICHELIN Tyres Based on 173 reviews
Michelin produces a wide range of Bike, Car and Truck tyres. At TyreDekho, we have different 10 Michelin Bike Tyres models, 16 Michelin Car Tyres models and 12 Michelin Truck Tyres models. Select a Michelin tyre to find out its latest price, specifications, images and more. Also, compare with other tyre brands like Michelin, MRF, Ceat, JK and Apollo. Find best tyres from over 2060 dealers across 3567 cities in India.

Michelin Tyres Price List

Power Slick EVORs.Price Coming Soon
Energy XM2Rs.3,295 - 8,520
Primacy 3 STRs.6,585 - 16,260
Latitude Sport 3Rs.14,730 - 36,495
Scorcher 11Rs.8,840 - 21,100
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Michelin Tyre Price

Power Slick EVO
Power Slick EVO
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Power Slick EVO Variants
  • Michelin Power Slick EVO 120/70 ZR17 58W
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  • Michelin Power Slick EVO 190/55 ZR17 75W
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  • Michelin Power Slick EVO 200/55 ZR17 78W
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Energy XM2
Energy XM2
Rs3,295 - 8,520
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  • iconDry Grip
  • iconLow noise
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Energy XM2 Variants
  • Michelin Energy XM2 145/80 R12 74T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 175/70 R13 82T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 155/70 R13 75T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 155/65 R13 73T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/70 R13 86T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 165/65 R13 77T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 155/80 R13 79T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 145/80 R13 75T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 175/65 R14 82H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 195/70 R14 91H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/70 R14 88H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 195/60 R14 86H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/65 R14 86H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/60 R14 82H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 175/65 R15 84H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 205/65 R15 94V
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/65 R15 88H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 195/60 R15 88V
  • Michelin Energy XM2 205/60 R15 91V
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/60 R15 84H
  • Michelin Energy XM2 195/65 R15 91V
  • Michelin Energy XM2 165/80 R14 85T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 195/55 R15 85V
  • Michelin Energy XM2 185/55 R16 83V
  • Michelin Energy XM2 165/645 R13 77T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 165/65 R14 79T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 165/70 R14 81T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 155/65 R14 75T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 175/70 R14 84T
  • Michelin Energy XM2 195/55 R16 87V
Primacy 3 ST
Primacy 3 ST
Rs6,585 - 16,260
  • iconLow noise
  • iconDry Grip
  • iconWet Grip
  • iconFuel efficient
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Primacy 3 ST Variants
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 195/65 R15 91V
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 205/55 R16 91W
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 195/60 R15 88V
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 225/50 R17 94V
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 205/60 R16 92V
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 225/55 R16 99W
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 215/55 R16 97W
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 225/45 R17 94W
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 215/55 R17 94V
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 245/45 R17 99W
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 215/60 R16 99V
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 225/55 R17
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 235/60 R16
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 195/60 R16
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 225/60 R16
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 215/45 R17
  • Michelin Primacy 3 ST 215/60 R17
Latitude Sport 3
Latitude Sport 3
Rs14,730 - 36,495
  • iconBetter Braking
  • iconLow noise
  • iconFuel efficient
  • iconWet Grip
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Latitude Sport 3 Variants
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/55 R18 109Y
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 235/60 R18 103W
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/50 R19 107W
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 235/65 R17
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 275/45 R20
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/55 R18 109V
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/55 ZR19 111Y
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 285/45 R19 111W
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/50 R20 109Y
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/50 R19 107W ZP
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/50 R19 103Y MO
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 265/50 R19 110Y NO
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 295/40 R20 106Y NO
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 295/35 R21 107Y N1
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 275/55 R19 111W
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 235/65 R17 104W
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 275/45 R20 110Y
  • Michelin Latitude Sport 3 255/60 R17
Scorcher 11
Scorcher 11
Rs8,840 - 21,100
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Scorcher 11 Variants
  • Michelin Scorcher 11 100/80 R17 52H
  • Michelin Scorcher 11 140/75 R15 65H
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  • Michelin Scorcher 11 140/75 R17 67V
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  • Michelin Scorcher 11 200/55 R17 78V
Scorcher 31
Scorcher 31
Rs11,600 - 14,130
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Scorcher 31 Variants
  • Michelin Scorcher 31 100/90 B19 57H
  • Michelin Scorcher 31 150/80 B16 77H
  • Michelin Scorcher 31 180/70 B16 77H
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Pilot Sport 3 ST
Pilot Sport 3 ST
Rs13,205 - 25,855
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  • iconDry Grip
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Pilot Sport 3 ST Variants
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 3 ST 245/45 R18
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 3 ST 195/60 R16
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  • Michelin Pilot Sport 3 ST 255/40 ZR19 100Y
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 3 ST 225/50 ZR16
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 3 ST 235/45 R18
Pilot Power 3
Pilot Power 3
Rs13,930 - 18,410
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Pilot Power 3 Variants
  • Michelin Pilot Power 3 190/50 ZR17
  • Michelin Pilot Power 3 180/55 ZR17
  • Michelin Pilot Power 3 120/70 ZR17
Pilot Road 4
Pilot Road 4
Rs15,160 - 19,920
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Pilot Road 4 Variants
  • Michelin Pilot Road 4 120/70 ZR17
  • Michelin Pilot Road 4 190/50 ZR17
  • Michelin Pilot Road 4 180/55 ZR17

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About Michelin

Origin and Expansion

Michelin, headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France, is the largest tyre manufacturer in the world. Founded in 1889, the multinational tyre manufacturing giant has expanded its business across Europe, Asia and North America. The company derives its name from founder brothers Édouard Michelin and André Michelin, who ran a rubber factory in Clermont-Ferrand, France. The manufacturer produces tyres in Germany, Spain, Poland, Serbia, US, UK, Japan, Brazil and Thailand. In India, the brand established its base in Chennai over a decade ago, and since then, it has been rapidly spreading its manufacturing and distribution network.

Michelin came to India with a vision to tap the burgeoning automotive market by offering a range of products featuring the best of the company’s technology. The brand aims to design, produce and market products that meet the challenges of rising mobility in the country. The company currently offers a wide range of tyres from two-wheelers to passenger cars, Truck and Bus and off-road vehicles. Michelin has an average market share of 3 per cent in India, while it aims to occupy 16 per cent of the total market in the truck segment.

The quality of products has garnered a huge fan following for the company, especially in the high-performance two-wheelers, passenger cars and SUVs. The brand has been playing a vital role in developing the best of technologies such as PAX (run-flat tyre) system, Tweel (airless tyre design) and BAZ Technology (spiral-wrapped nylon stripstread design). Its EverGrip technology employs distinctive grooves that gets wider as it wears and Zero Pressure Technology that allows driving up to 80 km at 80 kph with a flat tyre. The tyremaker is also active in Motorsport, including Formula One, MotoGP, Endurance Racing and Rallying.

The company is growing steadily in India even though its products are available at a 7-8% premium over its competitors in the medium and heavy vehicles segment. The brand aims to invest INR 4,000 crore in its sole Chennai plant and expand the production capacity to 30,000 tons annually. The demand push comes majorly from the truck and bus radial tyres. Chennai manufacturing unit is also its largest and most advanced facility in the world, and over 70 per cent of products manufactured here serve the Indian market.

Due to its constant innovation and up-gradation at the production level, Michelin is rapidly becoming the preferred choice for performance motorcycles, passengers cars and heavy-duty truck segments.


Michelin claims to be the undisputed leader in the R&D department with an estimated budget of 892 million USD as of 2020 and dedicated manpower of 6,000 people and 10,700 active patents worldwide. The company’s high-performance centre of research and development is headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, which is being upgraded with an investment of around 138 million USD.

The tyremaker is also strengthening its presence in India with a new R&D hub in Gurgaon and a lab in Manesar for testing materials. These facilities have been established to produce cutting-edge products crafted specifically for the Indian conditions in mind. The latest X Guard range of radial tyres made for trucks and X Multi range of commercial tubeless tyres is the outcome of its local research and development operations.


  • Rubber Manufacturers Association awarded two production facilities of Michelin in the US for excellence in worker health and safety, and six were recognized for significant improvements in these categories.
  • At the Tyre Technology Expo 2020 in Hanover, Michelin was bestowed with the prestigious title of Tyre Manufacturer of the Year for the second year in a row.
  • Awarded the Tyre Technology 2020 Innovation Award for its ‘airless’ passenger tyre UPTIS.
  • Awarded the Quality Management System Certification ISO 9001 and ISO/TS 16949:2009 to its production facility located near Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Got the 2019 SmartWay Excellence Award from US Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Gained top customer satisfaction scores in the 2020 J.D. Power Original Equipment Tire Satisfaction Study.
  • Grabbed the top spot in all three tyre categories in Car Talk’s 2021 Golden Wrench Awards: Best Tyre Brand, Best All-Season Tyre and Best High-Performance Tyre.
  • Named No. 1 in Forbes List of Best Large Employers in America in 2018.
  • Vision Concept Tyre of the Future selected in the “25 Best Inventions of 2017”
  • North American wing selected as the 2014 Manufacturing Leadership Award in the Product Leadership category.
  •  Honoured with the John Bolster Award for its contribution towards and success in motor racing.

Passenger Car Tyre

The passenger car tyre range of Michelin covers hatchbacks, sedans, vans and SUVs. Some of the most notable products in the passenger segment include Energy, Latitude, Primacy and Pilot Sport among others. The tyre category ranges from on-road to sports performance and comfort & luxury. Michelin provides premium quality tyres with comfortable ride quality and optimum performance as compared to competitors.

Motorcycle and Scooter Tyre

The tyres produced by Michelin for two-wheelers covers several segments including Sports, Sports Tourer, Roadster and Custom Cruiser. All these tyres are manufactured with exclusive front & rear tread designs and unique compounds that return superior grip and apt handling. Some of the prominent names in the two-wheeler tyre category include Scorcher, Road, City, Power and Street.

Truck Tyre

Michelin range for truck tyres comprises exclusively designed and engineered products for the Indian market. The tyres are made for general goods carriers and medium and long haul transporters with longer-lasting, efficient, lighter and robust tread patterns. Some of the top products for trucks include X Multi Energy Z, X Multi Z, AGILIS HD and Multi X Tubeless.

Manufacturing facilities in India and abroad

The largest tyre producer across the globe has 70 production facilities in 18 countries worldwide, including 20 major manufacturing plants in North America alone. The sole manufacturing unit in India is located 50 km north of Chennai at SIPCOT Thervoy Kandigai Industrial Park.

Michelin Sales Network

Michelin has around 5,000 outlets across 150 locations in India. The French tyremaker is constantly working to cement its position in the market by expanding its network in every nook and corner of the country.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Michelin

What is the durability of Michelin tyres?

Average life of Michelin tyre depends on how well the vehicle has been maintained, driving style, road conditions etc. It also depends on the kind of vehicle you are driving. Car (40,000 to 50,000 KM), Bike (40,000 to 50,000 KM) and Truck (50,000 to 60,000 km)

Which is the popular Michelin tyre?

Power Slick EVO , Energy XM2 , Primacy 3 ST , Latitude Sport 3 and Scorcher 11 are some of the most popular tyres. Available in different sizes, these tyres are ideal for your vehicle.

Which Michelin tyre is best for Mileage?

Power Slick EVO , Energy XM2 , Primacy 3 ST , Latitude Sport 3 and Scorcher 11 are some of the best tyres for high mileage.

How good are Michelin tyres?

Michelin tyres are long-lasting, offer excellent road grip, and are quiet and comfortable.

What is the starting price of the Michelin tyre?

Starting price for Michelin tyre is 1220 for the CITY PRO

How safe is it to use a Michelin tyre?

All Michelin tyres are safe to drive in the conditions they are intended for.

How many tyre types are there for Michelin Tyres?

There are around 230 tubeless and 36 tube type tyres available for Michelin tyres.

What is the lowest and highest priced tyre in Michelin?

Priced at 1220 Michelin CITY PRO is the cheapest tyre, while the most expensive tyre is Michelin Latitude Sport 3, which is priced at 36495.

Which is the cheapest Michelin tyre?

Priced at 1220 Michelin CITY PRO is the cheapest tyre.
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