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Michelin Agilis Camping

Michelin Agilis Camping

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Technical specification

Product Group Summer Tyres
Brand Michelin
Model name Agilis Camping
Size 225/70R15
Speed index Q
Load index 112
Additional information C
Category Premium
Item code 21435

Product description

The Michelin Agilis Camping is specifically designed for mobile homes which demand safe and affordable tyres which offer long life and high reliability, assured braking and grip on wet and dry surfaces and low rolling resistance.

The tread design of the Agilis Camping has been optimised to efficiently drain standing rain water on the road surface to reduce the risk of aquaplaning and has a custom pattern designed for stability and comfort while driving at high speeds and offers a reduced noise level for improved comfort. The rubber compound employed in the production of the tyre contains no HA oils, lessening the environmental impact and offers a lower rolling resistance and long lasting performance.

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EU Label

Fuel Efficiency C
Wet Grip B
Noise level 70dB

70 dB

EU Tyre Label Information

Rolling resistance (which impacts on fuel consumption):

  • There will be a grade, ranging from A to G, for rolling resistance.
  • An A grade tyre will have 7.5% better fuel consumption than a G grade tyre.
  • That means that every 10,000 kilometres, 50 litres will be saved by using an A grade tyre.
  • This represents an average; depending on the road surface, journey type and driving style.

Wet grip performance:

  • The labels go from A (the shortest braking distance) to F for the longest.
  • There are no D and G grades for car and van tyres.
  • The test is braking distance of a vehicle driving on a road covered with between 0.5 and 1.5mm of water.
  • • At 80km per hour there will be a difference of four car lengths (around 18 metres) between cars fitted with A grade tyres and those with F grade tyres.

External noise:

  • Beyond 50 km per hour, rolling resistance noise normally exceeds engine noise.
  • On the label there will be a symbol of a tyre with three waves, some black and some merely in outline.
  • A tyre with three black waves is in compliance with current European regulation but will breech regulations to be introduced in 2016.
  • A tyre with two black waves is already in compliance with the 2016 regulations.
  • A tyre with one black wave will be at least three decibels quieter than the 2016 regulations.

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