Are you looking for a commercial tire? Then this review may be for you.
In it, we will explore one of Michelin's most promising tires, the Agilis CrossClimate.
So if you drive a delivery van or a multipurpose vehicle, we invite you to continue reading.
TL;DR: Michelin Agilis Crossclimate
Ready to find out why we think this tire might be for you? Let's first review its pros and cons.
Fleets, and drivers of commercial vehicles such as vans and light trucks, who are looking for a reliable and durable tire to use all year round.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Performance Ratings
Before we begin to discuss the ratings in each category, it is necessary to have a word about the reliability of those figures. The ratings are given by the users who have used the tire, which also report how many miles they have driven with them. Therefore, the ratings are more reliable as the total number of miles reported increases.
That said, the 400k reported miles of the Agilis CrossClimate are not enough to consider its ratings reliable. So, bear in mind that its current position of 2 out of 45 in the Highway All-Season segment is subject to sudden changes.
Now, to facilitate your navigation through the review, we prepared the following links.
- Off-Road Performance
- Dry Performance
- Wet Performance
- Snow / Ice Performance
- Comfort Performance
- Treadwear Performance
- Specs & Options
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Off-Road Performance
Off-Road Performance Ratings
The off-road ratings shown above should be interpreted in the context of a tire intended for commercial vehicles that are typically used for deliveries. In that sense, although the Agilis is not an off-road tire, it offers a level of traction adequate to transport goods on unpaved roads without problems.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Dry Performance
Dry Performance Ratings
As expected, the performance of this tire on dry roads is fantastic. Thanks to Michelin's StabiliBlok Technology, the cornering stability and traction are flawless, even when the tire is under load. All in all, if you need a commercial tire with a predictable grip, this is an excellent option to consider.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Wet Performance
Wet Performance Ratings
One of the most critical aspects for vehicles that transport heavy loads is wet traction. In this sense, Michelin has incorporated a tread with deep lateral grooves that help keep hydroplaning at bay. If you are looking for a tire that gives you confidence when driving in adverse weather conditions, the Agilis CrossClimate will not disappoint.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Snow / Ice Performance
Snow / Ice Performance Ratings
Snow / Ice Overall
Light Snow Traction
Deep Snow Traction
One of the biggest challenges in this segment is offering good traction during winter. Michelin's SipeLock technology, along with its exclusive all-season compound, has proven to be the solution to achieving a commendable traction score on snow and ice. The Agilis is designed to provide adequate grip on light snow roads, even under load, making it one of the best options in its segment.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Comfort Performance
Comfort Performance Ratings
One aspect that some tire manufacturers overlook is the comfort of work truck tires. Fortunately, Michelin is not one of them. This is an ideal tire for drivers who spend long periods on the road and who need a quiet and reliable tire that makes their work more comfortable.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Treadwear Performance
Treadwear Performance Ratings
Durability is key on commercial tires. For this reason, Michelin has ensured that the construction of the Agilis is as robust as possible. Proof of this is the CurbGard Sidewall Protectors that help resist damage from curbs in urban environments. If you are looking for a tire focused on durability under load, then this is one of your best alternatives today.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Warranty
Not available for this type of tire
Complaints regarding these tires’ uniformity must be subscribed in the first year of use or the first 2/32" of wear.
Workmanship / Materials Warranty
Michelin provides an amazing 6-year warranty against defects in workmanship or materials. Moreover, it also offers free tire replacement for the first year, 2/32" wear, or 25% wear.
Road Hazard Warranty
Manufacturer Special Warranty
This tire comes with a unique warranty consisting of 60-day satisfaction (in which you can exchange the tire for a BFGoodrich or Uniroyal equivalent)
Tire Rack Road Hazard Warranty
On top of the tread life warranty offered by Michelin, this tire features Tire Rack's leading warranty that covers refunds of up to $40 for repairs per tire per occurrence.
Moreover, if the tire suffers non-repairable damage within the first 2 years, a refund of the original purchase price or replacement purchase price (whichever is less) will be made.
Despite not having a Treadlife Warranty, the Agilis CrossClimate comes with the convenient Manufacturer Special Warranty and the generous Tire Rack Road Hazard Warranty, which make it a hard tire to ignore.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Specs & Options
As expected, this tire is available in various sizes ranging from 15 inches to 20 inches, with rim widths from 185 to 285. In terms of UTQG, we must remember that this type of tire does not have this classification. For more information, read this article.
Thanks to its excellent market coverage, you will have no problem getting the right tire size for your commercial van or light truck.
Michelin Agilis Crossclimate Reviews
As we mentioned at the beginning of this review, this tire has very few miles reported. This makes it difficult to draw conclusions or analyze their performance from the drivers' point of view. Moreover, most drivers who have submitted their reviews so far have driven less than 12k miles with the Agilis CrossClimate, so there is no way to get an idea of its durability either.
That said, almost every driver has praised the tire's performance, especially in cold climates where snowy roads have to be dealt with.
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate
Snow / Ice
End of the Road
In this review, we have seen how the Michelin Agilis CrossClimate is emerging as one of the best tires for commercial applications despite its few reported miles. Its fantastic grip in dry, wet, and snow, as well as the promise of phenomenal durability, certainly make it a hard-to-miss option for commercial vans and light trucks.