Van All Season Premium Touring Tyres

Below are all the reviewed van all season premium touring tyres on Tyre Reviews. Please click into each tyre for further details.

Tyre Reviewed Dry Grip Wet Grip Feedback Handling Wear Comfort
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate (9) 98% 96% 89% 81% 93% 91%

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Van All Season Premium Touring Tyres Tyre Review Highlights

Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated 96% while driving a Ford Transit Custom
Driving on a combination of roads for 50000 miles
Fitted at 65k miles. Transformation. Now at 115k... still looking good. Awesome. Agree with the other reviews, plus want to say they last astonishingly well (UK)
tyre reviewed on 2024-03-18 13:18:12
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated 93% while driving a Peugeot Expert
Driving on mostly town for 375 average miles
This is an initial review after just two weeks.

First impressions are very positive of the Agilis CrossClimate. I purchased 4 for my van after having pervious good experience with the summer version of the Agilis and the normal CrossClimate’s fitted to a family member’s car.

Although we have yet to have snow or heavy rain, the wet and dry handling at low temperatures have been impressive (driven them at around -2). I have much more confidence in these than the previous midrange tyres I had installed on my van. Only a day or two after purchasing I had to preform an emergency stop (all be it at lower speeds) and the tyres stopped me dead! From that moment on I have had a lot more confidence driving the van again.

They do make more noise than my previous tyres. They can also feel a bit ‘floaty’ when changing lanes at speed, however they never feel like they are losing grip. Perhaps this will calm down as they wear. On that note, they all came with 9mm of tread depth. Michelin claim it should be 9.9mm. So my measure may be slightly out or their manufacturing tolerances allow this. One handy feature is a % wear indicator. There are 4 levels, 100%, 75%, 50% and 25%. As each level wears away you can quickly see how much tread you have left, without having to measure, which is handy.

I’ll report back in about 6 months with initial wear, as well as how they handle in milder and warmer weather. Hopefully also by then we’ll have had some snow and I can test them on that.
tyre reviewed on 2024-01-18 17:12:30
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated 93% while driving a Ford Benimar Tessoro T486
Driving on a combination of roads for 6000 average miles
I fitted a set of Agilis CrossClimates to our motorhome for a trip to the North Cape in October/November. The base vehicle is a Mk8 Ford Transit and, fully loaded, the weight is around 3.6 - 3.7 tons. The chosen route was up the east coast of Sweden, then through the north west corner of Finland to the top of Norway. The return was down the west coast of Norway. Research suggested some snow was probable, with lots of single figure sub-zero temperatures and we should be away from the area before the real Arctic winter conditions set in.
The CrossClimates replaced a set of Goodyear summer tyres, which were the factory original fit. Initially they felt what I can only describe as a bit "floaty" at higher speeds (60mph), though this wasn't noticeable at lower speeds (say 40mph). I think they still do feel like that, but I've got used to it.
The snow started just north of Pitea; within 30 miles we were on hard packed snow and that was it for the rest of the way up. One day in Finland we covered around 230 miles on packed snow, with -6C being the maximum temperature. During the trip overall, we drove around 2000 miles on damp or wet roads at, or just above, freezing. We drove perhaps 1500 miles in conditions that were as bad as anything we are ever likely to see during a really severe UK winter; slush, snow, ice, temperatures down to -11C. The tyres were absolutely superb: they hauled us up 3rd gear hills, they steered around hairpin bends, they retarded our speed down "use low gear" hills. They never gave us a single scary moment, they rarely struggled for grip and it was readily restored with just a little bit less power. The worst we got was momentary significant understeer on a bend going up a mid-gear hill on a snowy & icy road. There was good feedback through the steering when the tyres were unhappy. The grip on ice exceeded my expectations; we stopped in a sloping car park that was so icy we could hardly stand. We got straight back into the motorhome and were able to drive away with only momentary wheel spin as we started to move.
As for more normal wet & dry conditions, we haven't had to test the limits of grip, but they never give any hint of a lack of grip. The level of comfort is good, similar to the previous summer tyres. There is a noticeable sound from the tyres on some road surfaces that we didn't get with the previous tyres; not loud, not unpleasant, just noticeable. After the 5500 miles of the trip, I was unable to measure any difference in tread depth with my basic tread depth gauge.
Overall, I was really impressed with the winter performance of these all-season tyres. They made the trip possible, they were safe, they took away the anxiety of driving in conditions that I haven't encountered in decades.
tyre reviewed on 2023-11-22 12:08:39
Falken EuroAll Season Van11 rated 69% while driving a Mercedes Benz Viano
Driving on a combination of roads for 15000 average miles
No comments left
tyre reviewed on 2023-05-20 11:53:55
Vredestein Comtrac 2 All Season rated 69% while driving a Mercedes Benz Vito
Driving on mostly motorways for 25000 spirited miles
Bought used Vito 110 CDI with some worn summer Pirelli tyres and had also one set of winter Sava. Since I hated idea of having two sets for this van, I decided to go with all rounders - all season tyres. I was looking for something which might have good value for money ratio, but obviously tests were not positive for many van tyres. Since Vito is RWD I knew I needed good traction in rear and Vredestein as brand was always brand which I looked when I was getting tyres, but never bought any. This time I decided to give it a chance, and I can say I am satisfied. I can see tyres are bit worn, especially since van is 99% on highway, but I hope they will survive up to 50.000 km. I would buy again!
tyre reviewed on 2022-06-15 19:25:25
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated 96% while driving a Citroën DISPATCH
Driving on mostly country roads for 30000 miles
I have used cross climate on a Citroen Berlingo van and a Citroen dispatch. Both vans did 20k before swapping fronts and rears. Both vans have the same tyres 30k later with plenty of tread remaining. These are the best tyres I've had fitted and they are now all I purchase. I pay roughly £110 per tyre, which isn't cheap but the millage I get makes them great value considering I've had to replace Hancooks after 12k and also had one not so much blow out as completely erupt on the rear of a transit custom.
tyre reviewed on 2022-04-12 15:07:29
Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Cargo rated 84% while driving a Fiat doblo
Driving on a combination of roads for 25000 average miles
good choice, good feeling. a very very good combination between summer and snow tyres. i'll buy ity again
tyre reviewed on 2022-02-10 19:54:05
Falken EuroAll Season Van11 rated NAN% while driving a Nissan NV200 Van
Driving on mostly country roads for 1000 average miles
I’ve got a 2011 Nissan NV200 van was searching for tyres and came across the falken van 11, I bought 4 tyres they’ve been absolutely brilliant especially in the snow and ice recently, I was surprised how well they did in the snow and ice where cars were spinning I just sailed pass them with no spinning nothing, the grip is brilliant even in the wet, mpg is good aswel only thing is in the dry they do hum but I go off road a bit and they are are brilliant I would definitely recommend will definitely stick to these tyres, cheers Steve uk
tyre reviewed on 2021-11-30 20:51:51
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated 98% while driving a Mercedes Benz Sprinter Van
Driving on a combination of roads for 0 spirited miles
These tyres must be the best on the market, The pictures of them don't do them justice. I have never had tyres like these, the traction they give is outstanding, they look fantastic and the performance is fantastic. They are quiet and give you confidence on all surfaces and in all weather, The tread is chunky and is the tyre for anyone looking for traction and braking power, I only wish they made a size to fit my 4x4.
tyre reviewed on 2021-01-25 15:56:30
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated 77% while driving a Mercedes Benz Vito
Driving on mostly country roads for 2500 spirited miles
No comments left
tyre reviewed on 2020-10-28 15:45:53
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate rated NAN% while driving a Ford F250
Driving on mostly motorways for 0 miles
I installed the Michelin Agilis because the BFG Commercial T/A’s were a little noisy. They were quieter but suffered from excessive sidewall play. I’d turn the wheel and it would be half to 3/4 of a second before the truck started to turn. I initially thought I had driven into major wind the way the truck moved around. I checked pressure just to be sure that wasn’t the issue and they were at 80 psi. I’ve driven 600,000 miles in my life and my trucks always had the L/S. I’ve never experienced a Michelin with as much sidewall play. I have a high performance bmw with Pilot Super Sports as well so I’m a car guy who’s owned nothing but Michelins.
I don’t know what the issue is or was but I went back to the noisy BFG’s.
‘99 F-250, reg cab, long bed, v10 with 260,000 miles. No worn ball joints or ball studs in the front end when tested.
tyre reviewed on 2020-01-13 17:00:26
Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Cargo rated 88% while driving a Volkswagen R36 Passet estate
Driving on a combination of roads for 18000 average miles
Goodyear cargo vector 2 .An excellent all round tyre with good dry grip and amazing grip and hydroplane resistance in the wet and cold.Capable on wet and dry grass fields and around our farm light off road work.Have been a good buy and would definitely use again.Proved invaluable on our trips across Europe to poland were we encountered all conditions from coast to mountains which can see temperatures drop down to-15 .
tyre reviewed on 2019-08-13 13:18:07
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