Michelin Tyres Energy XM2 165/80 R14 85T

Michelin Energy XM2

  • 165/80 R14 85T
  • Tubeless
  • 6 Years
  • City use | Highway drive
  • Comfort Long tyre life Handling Wet Grip Dry Grip Low noise Fuel efficient
₹433216% Off 3,650Price in New Delhi

Features

One of the most reliable and safest option available for sedans and hatchbacks, this tyre offers a quiet and comfortable ride quality, making it a preferred travel companion.  The tyre makes use of alternating bridging technology which increases the tyre life by 20% as compared to its counterparts and unique tread pattern offers superior grip wet and dry grip.

Ideal for- Extensive highway and city use

Key Features & Benefits

  • Unique Micro Adaptive compound offers great wet and dry grip
  • Silica compound provides for superior wet braking
  • Rigid tread blocks increase tyre life by 20%
  • Low rolling resistance provides for better fuel efficiency
  • Optimum void grooves make for a very comfortable ride

Specifications

  • Width
    165

    165 is the width in millimetres of the tyres cross section.

  • Aspect Ratio
    80

    80 is the Aspect Ratio, it is the ratio of the sidewall height to the cross section width.

  • Construction
    R

    Radial construction. R stands for radial-ply construction.

  • Rim
    14

    14 inches, stands for the diameter of the wheel that the tyre is designed to fit.

  • Load Rating
    85

    85 (515 kg) is the load index i.e. the maximum weight each tyre can carry at full speed.

  • Speed Rating
    T

    T (190 kmph) is the speed rating i.e. the maximum speed for the tyre at full load.

Compatible With

Upsize Options

Tyre upsize options for Energy XM2 165/80 R14 85T Tubeless
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    2,600
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  • Apollo
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    2,600
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  • MRF
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    2,700
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  • Goodyear
    DURAPLUS

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    2,700
    Size: 165/80 R14 85TType: Tubeless
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  • Apollo
    Amazer 4G Life

    Apollo Tyres Amazer 4G Life 165/80 R14 85T Tubeless
    2,800
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  • MRF
    ZVTS

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    2,800
    Size: 165/80 R14Type: Tube
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  • Falken
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  • JK
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  • Ask our Tyre expert

    Erika Rodríguezvia Facebook

    Hi Ramit, I am looking for new tyres for my Nissan Versa 2012, actually the car has a Bridgestone B250 tyres, I am between buying the same or buy Micheline Energy instead. What do you think? the price is almost the same.

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    Hi Erika,

    Hands down, Michelin energy XM2 is a far better tyre. In case you are comparing Michelin Energy XM1 then go for Bridgestone B250 as it is more durable. In case your usage is more over rough or unpaved surface then Bridgestone Turanza AR20 would be a better option instead of Energy XM2.

    Regards

    Balaji Rameshvia Google

    Dear Mr. Ramit Anand I am using Maruti A star (2012) and it travelled 48000 kms. I have the following queries requiring your guidance. 1. How to find out whether the tyres need replacement immediately or after six months. Some dealers advise immediate and some others sasy to replace after six more months. How to decide. 2. Which is the best upsize for best riding comfort and best road grip..? - a. without changing the rim and b. with change in rim size..? 3. Which is the best brand and model for the new tyres for best riding comfort and road grip (cost and mileage are secondary concerns)..? Thanks S. Balaji Ramesh from Chennai. Mail ID - balajiramesh1962@gmail.com Mobile - 73388 52463

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    Hello Mr. Balaji,

    1. Tyres usually run good for 40,000-45,000 kms and require replacement post that. Also, you must replace tyres if they are older than 5 years. This is because tyres have a shelf life of around 5 years after which they lose the oils which are responsible for providing the grip.

    This also hardens the rubber compound, decreasing grip levels. If you think that there is sufficient tread on the tyres, i.e more than 1.6mm deep and if the tyres are not older than 5 years then you could use them for a few more kms..max 1000 kms. But keeping safety in mind I'd say its best you replace them.

    2. In same rim size the best upsize would be 165/80 R13 and in 14" rims you should go for 165/70 R14. These size would offer better road grip and improved braking, without hampering riding comfort.

    3. Since budget is not much of your constraint, I'd say that you go for Michelin Energy XM2 tyre or Bridgestone Turanza AR20. Both these tyres offer superior grip and comfort. Ride comfort is a bit better in Michelin but Turanza AR20 is more durable to rough road conditions.

    Regards

     

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    Ramit Anand

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