Michelin expands latest X One tire and retread offering

Michelin expands latest X One tire, retread offering

Michelin Americas Truck Tires, a division of Michelin North America, Inc., is launching the 455/55R22.5 Michelin X One MultiEnergy T, a new wide-base single trailer tire for regional operations that is U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SmartWay-verified. The new set of tires is meant to deliver a significant reduction in irregular wear and improvement on fuel economy, according to the company.

The Michelin X One Multi Energy T Pre-Mold retread is also now available in two sizes, 375/425 and 385/435. In addition to microsipes and a solid shoulder to fight irregular wear, the retread has 15/32nds tread depth for outstanding removal mileage.

“Whether in its first life or as a retread, the Michelin X One Multi Energy T offers the right balance of fuel efficiency, weight savings and long tread life in regional applications,” said Bianca Hogan, director of marketing for Michelin Americas Truck Tires. “The latest X One introductions continue our leadership in wide-base single innovation and provide an attractive total cost of ownership throughout the tire lifecycle.”

The new Michelin X One Multi Energy T line replaces the existing Michelin X One XTE products.

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