Michelin Energy MXV4 Plus Tire priced from $79.00 to $168.00. Every tire engineer will confirm that it's relatively easy to develop a tire designed to excel in any single area, yet it is almost impossible to build a tire which improves all areas at once. With the new Energy MXV4 Plus, Michelin engineers have improved upon their previous MXV4 and Energy MXV4 tires' performance in a dozen traction, handling and comfort perimeters without the traditional tradeoffs.The Energy MXV4 Plus incorporates an advanced version of Michelin's Radial XSE Technology, which consists of a Smart Tread Compound, Optimized Casing Shape and Optimized Mass Distribution), the Energy MXV4 Plus now offers more performance than the original Energy MXV4 in every category. On the outside, the Energy MXV4 Plus features a new 7-rib tread design (Energy MXV4 tires typically had 4) which provides more grooves to enhance foul weather traction.
Whether you’re looking for new tires for your sedan, sports car, truck or SUV, selecting tires couldn’t be easier. If you’re wondering whether or not you need a new set of tires, there’s a simple test that you can perform. Insert a penny head first into the tire where it’s showing the most wear, and if the tread is not deep enough to at least touch the top of Lincoln’s head then you need a new tire.
To best ensure that your tires are of the same brand, line, size and speed rating, it’s always good to buy all four of them together. If you’re only looking to replace one or two, on the other hand, make sure that you replace them with the exact same tire as the others, and keep in mind that new tires should be installed on the rear axle. You must also consider the size of the tire because you don’t want one that’s either too large or too small. Undersized tires will have difficulty carrying the weight of the vehicle and its load, while oversized tires can cause serious problems with handling and steering. Information about your tires is imprinted directly on the tire, but if you’ve bought a used car, also look in the owner’s manual as the wrong sized tires may have been put on.
Tires should not only be the right ones for your vehicle, but also for your driving style and your driving conditions. For winter driving, a good set of winter or all season tires can be key, otherwise driving at this time of year can be dangerous. Winter tires are designed with a special tread to handle cold temperatures and prevent snow buildup. On ice, slush, or unplowed snow, they can provide you with extra traction, handling, and braking. If your car’s fishtailing or spinning out during the winter months, winter tires are the solution. All season tires, on the other hand, are not designed for one weather condition. Instead, they’re designed to be adequate in all weather. If you drive in a particularly wet climate or in a location that gets a relatively small amount of snow, all season tires could be right for you.
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