Michelin City Grip tyre reviews


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    Michelin City Grip tyre review

    Grip in dry conditions

    Braking in dry conditions

    Grip in wet conditions

    Braking in wet conditions

    Grip in snow

    Driving comfort

    Internal noise level

    Tyre wear

    Fuel consumption

    Average based on 6 test results
    Ø 569,842 km driven


    19.02.2019 from  Tomasz Note  4.3
    (0 km driven)
    • Grip in dry conditions
    • Braking in dry conditions
    • Grip in wet conditions
    • Braking in wet conditions
    • Grip in snow
    • Driving comfort
    • Internal noise level
    • Tyre wear
    • Fuel consumption
    Tyre size and vehicle make
    / 0 N

    Result: Would you buy again? N/A
    Comment:
    Good tire, much better than used maxxis. Its a scooter tire so not much expectation there

    12.05.2018 from  Gogo Shecky Note  4.2
    (13,500 km driven)
    • Grip in dry conditions
    • Braking in dry conditions
    • Grip in wet conditions
    • Braking in wet conditions
    • Grip in snow
    • Driving comfort
    • Internal noise level
    • Tyre wear
    • Fuel consumption
    Tyre size and vehicle make
    / 90

    Result: Would you buy again? Possibly
    Comment:
    In fact it is a good tyres, but with a short lifetime. Driving experience with Yamaha X-Max 400 ABS. Front 120 / 70-15, Rear 150 / 70-13.

    08.11.2014 from  Tim Robertson Note  1.57
    (6,614 km driven)
    • Grip in dry conditions
    • Braking in dry conditions
    • Grip in wet conditions
    • Braking in wet conditions
    • Grip in snow
    • Driving comfort
    • Internal noise level
    • Tyre wear
    • Fuel consumption  N/A
    Tyre size and vehicle make
    150 / 70 13
    Suzuki Burgman 400
    Result: Would you buy again? No way
    Comment:
    City Grip Winter - Expensive, Dangerous and Lethal. ABS cuts in on a warm dry road on Moderate Breaking. Cornering is poor with a drop in sensation while going straight on. There is no cornering stability, even gentle corners you fight the steering which will go light and the tyre slips. On a Cold Wet road, ABS cuts in all the time, steering is non existent, and slips even at walking speed. Don't even consider relying on them in an emergency. They will let you down. The tyres at 600km have badly worn with feathering on the tread. After a 30mile/ 50 km Motorway speed journey on a dry road the tyres are cold. Sold as a winter tyre they may meet mud and snow regulations. With improved grip in winter conditions and improvement on previous tyres. In my experience (20 years riding and 8000km a year they are the most dangerous and lethal tyres I have had this misfortune of using . DO NOT PURCHASE - they should be banned from sale before they kill.

    15.02.2014 from  Tony Note  3.97
    (4,000 km driven)
    • Grip in dry conditions
    • Braking in dry conditions
    • Grip in wet conditions
    • Braking in wet conditions
    • Grip in snow
    • Driving comfort
    • Internal noise level
    • Tyre wear
    • Fuel consumption  N/A
    Tyre size and vehicle make
    140 / 60 14
    Gilera Fuoco
    Result: Would you buy again? Possibly
    Comment:
    Great tyre. Just slippery in damp conditions, on a scooter anyway.

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