Michelin CrossClimate+

In February 2017, Michelin launched the MICHELIN CrossClimate+ which will continue to combine the best of both summer and winter tyre worlds with long-lasting performance.

This tyre replaced the Michelin CrossClimate and this tyre has been replaced by the Michelin CrossClimate 2.

Tyre Reviews

Dry Grip 87%
Wet Grip 86%
Road Feedback 83%
Handling 74%
Wear 88%
Comfort 87%
Buy again 85%
Snow Grip 82%
Ice Grip 74%

Tyre review data from 107 tyre reviews averaging 83% over 1,314,623 miles driven.

The CrossClimate+ is ranked 10th of 51 All Season Premium Touring tyres.


Latest Tyre Test Results

Michelin CrossClimate 2 VS Michelin CrossClimate+ - 2nd of 2 tyres

  • Overall - The Michelin CrossClimate+ has been testing well since 2017, rarely finishing out of the top five, even in 2020. The replacement Michelin CrossClimate 2 was launched in September 2021, and improves on the CrossClimate plus in the dry, wet, snow and rolling resistance.
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2021 AZ All Season Tyre Test - 4th of 9 tyres

  • Overall - Consistently good results for the highly recommendable Michelin CrossClimate+, when it's wet or dry. Reliable on snowy roads.
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2020 Tyre Reviews All Season Tyre Test - 5th of 11 tyres

  • Positive - Best on test in the dry with good handling and short dry braking.
  • Negative - Average wet braking, most expensive tyre on test, higher levels of noise.
  • Overall - The CrossClimate+ excels in the dry and is fine in the snow, but couldn't match the latest generation of all season tyres in the wet. The CrossClimate 2 will be coming to market in 2021.

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2021 Tyre Tests

  • 2nd: Michelin CrossClimate 2 VS Michelin CrossClimate+ (205/55 R16)
  • 4th: 2021 AZ All Season Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 2020 Tyre Tests

  • 2nd: 2020 Sport Auto All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R18)
  • 3rd: 2020 ADAC SUV All Season Tyre Test (235/55 R17)
  • 4th: 2020 Auto Bild All Season Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 4th: 2020 Auto Express All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R17)
  • 5th: 2020 All Season Tyre Market Overview - 32 Tyre Braking Test (205/55 R16)
  • 5th: 2020 Tyre Reviews All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R17)
  • 5th: 2020 Auto Bild SUV All Season Tyre Test (215/60 R16)
  • 2019 Tyre Tests

  • 1st: 2019 Auto Bild All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R17)
  • 2nd: 2019 All Season Tyre Performance Overview (225/45 R17)
  • 3rd: 2019 ADAC Summer Tyre Test - 185/65 R15 (185/65 R15)
  • 3rd: 2019 Auto Express All Season Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 6th: 2019 ACE GTU All Season Tyre Test (205/60 R16)
  • 7th: 2019 Auto Zeitung Summer Tyre Test (235/45 R18)
  • 7th: 2019 Summer and All Season Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 11th: 2019 Swedish Summer Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 2018 Tyre Tests

  • 1st: 2018 AZ Summer AND All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R17)
  • 1st: 7 of the best all season tyres (205/55 R16)
  • 2nd: 2018 27 All Season Tyre Shootout (195/65 R15)
  • 2nd: 2018 Auto Express Winter Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 2nd: 2018 Auto Express All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R17)
  • 3rd: 2018 AMS All Season Tyre Test (225/45 R16)
  • 4th: 2018 Auto Bild All Season Tyre Test (195/65 R15)
  • 10th: 2018 ACE All Season and Winter Tyre Test (185/65 R15)
  • 2017 Tyre Tests

  • 1st: 2017 Auto Express All Season Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 1st: New VS 4mm VS 2mm All Season Tyre Performance (185/65 R15)
  • Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
    195/50 R15 86V XL   E B 68 7.92kgs
    185/55 R15 86H XL   C B 68 7.41kgs
    195/55 R15 89V XL   C B 69 7.33kgs
    175/60 R15 85H XL   E B 68 7.09kgs
    185/60 R15 88V XL   C B 68 7.33kgs
    195/60 R15 92V XL   C B 69 7.75kgs
    205/60 R15 95V XL   B B 69 8.00kgs
    165/65 R15 85H XL   E B 68 7.09kgs
    175/65 R15 88H XL   C B 68 7.11kgs
    185/65 R15 92T XL   C B 68 7.67kgs
    185/65 R15 92V XL   C B 68 7.94kgs
    195/65 R15 91H   C B 69 8.10kgs
    195/65 R15 95V XL   C B 69 8.12kgs
    205/65 R15 99V XL   B B 69 8.69kgs
    195/55 R16 91H XL   B B 69 8.01kgs
    195/55 R16 91V XL   B B 69 7.97kgs
    205/55 R16 94V XL   C B 69 8.76kgs
    205/55 R16 91H   C B 69 8.73kgs
    215/55 R16 97V XL   B B 69 9.24kgs
    225/55 R16 99W XL   B B 69 9.60kgs
    195/60 R16 93V XL   C B 69 8.75kgs
    205/60 R16 96H XL   C B 69 8.79kgs
    205/60 R16 96V XL   C B 69 8.76kgs
    205/60 R16 96W XL   E B 69 12.25kgs
    215/60 R16 99V XL   B B 69 9.60kgs
    225/60 R16 102W XL   B B 69 9.81kgs
    215/65 R16 102V XL   B B 69 9.81kgs
    205/45 R17 88W XL   C B 69 8.71kgs
    215/45 R17 91W XL   C B 69 9.44kgs
    225/45 R17 94W XL   C B 69 9.44kgs
    235/45 R17 97Y XL   C B 69 9.66kgs
    245/45 R17 99Y XL   C B 69 10.21kgs
    205/50 R17 93W XL   C B 69 9.07kgs
    215/50 R17 95W XL   C B 69 9.38kgs
    225/50 R17 98V XL   C B 69 9.93kgs
    225/50 R17 98W XL   E B 69 12.17kgs
    205/55 R17 95V XL   C B 69 9.33kgs
    215/55 R17 94V   C B 69 9.80kgs
    215/55 R17 98W XL   C B 69 9.92kgs
    225/55 R17 97W   C B 69 9.98kgs
    225/55 R17 101W XL   B B 69 10.00kgs
    235/55 R17 103Y XL   B B 69 10.71kgs
    215/60 R17 100V XL   B B 69 9.74kgs
    225/60 R17 103V XL   B B 69 10.70kgs
    215/65 R17 103V XL   B B 69 10.75kgs
    225/40 R18 92Y XL   C B 69 9.59kgs
    235/40 R18 95Y XL   C B 69 9.96kgs
    245/40 R18 97Y XL   C B 69 10.34kgs
    225/45 R18 95Y XL   C B 69 9.71kgs
    235/45 R18 98Y XL   C B 69 10.45kgs
    245/45 R18 100Y XL   C B 69 10.45kgs
    235/50 R18 101Y XL   C B 69 11.82kgs
    225/55 R18 102V XL   B B 69 11.00kgs
    255/35 R19 96Y XL   C B 69 11.11kgs
    235/45 R19 99Y XL   C B 71 11.54kgs
    245/45 R19 102Y XL   C B 71 11.54kgs

    Questions and Answers for the Michelin CrossClimate Plus

    2017-01-17 - I am considering buying a set of Crossclimates for my Jaguar - the size is 225/60 16 102W. Discovering the tyre is about to be replaced by the Crossclimate+ is making me hesitate! Michelin introduced the original Crossclimate in a fairly narrow set of sizes - my 225/60 16 was not one of them. Is Michelin likely to do the same thing with the new Crossclimate+ - with the slightly less popular tyre sizes like mine being introduced later - in which case I should just go ahead and order the original Crossclimate, rather than wait for the Crossclimate+? Does anyone know how Michelin has improved the tyre? - Is the new tyre a better compromise (better warm dry braking and handling) or is it less fundamental tweaking?

    Our full report of what has changed in the new CrossClimate+ can be found here. The sizes will roll out in stages as before, so if you need new tyres we'd suggest getting not waiting for the CrossClimate+!

    2017-08-30 - I am considering buying either 4 Michelin CC Plus or Goodyear Eagle Asymmetrical 3 for my Jag XF 2.2, tyre size 245/45/R18. I live in semi rural Wales just outside Cardiff and although I probably wont be exceeding 10,000 miles a year, I will be driving around the welsh valleys on A and B roads with my new job more than I have previously when I used to catch a train more often than not. Its the million dollar question of whether to pay for winter tyres or just a good quality summer tyre and now we have the option of an all-season/ weather tyre. I don't do any high performance driving etc. We are yet to have another harsh winter since 2012 but no doubt this year will be the year. I was after some advice on the suitability of these two tyres for my car and driving situation as a good all rounders but being able to handle a cold snap should it arrive. Also whether I could realistically consider a slightly cheaper tyre that would fit the bill? Thanks There is a £30 difference in price on blackcircles.com

    If you need to stay mobile when the bad weather comes, and don't want to pair the Goodyear summer tyre with a full winter tyre, the CrossClimate is your best option.

    2018-09-14 - Can someone please help me to decide between 91H and 94V XL. I am going to get 4 of Michelin cross climate plus tyres in 205/55 R16 tyres for Mercedes B160 Sport. The current factory fitted tyres are 215/40 R18 89W XL contis.As I already had 16" wheels with winter tyres so I decided to go with cross climates instead of changing wheels and tyres twice a year. Now I am struggling to decide that should I get the specified speed and load rating of 91H with softer sidewalls or should I go with 94V XL with stronger sidewall. I don't mind paying little bit extra if there is any benefit. So can someone please help.

    Personally I would run the stiffer sidewall option where available as I prefer a sharper steering response over comfort.

    2018-11-26 - are these run flat tyres

    I don't believe there are any runflat sizes of the CrossClimate yet.

    2019-03-19 - I would love a set of CrossClimate+ on my car for a hustle free UK driving but iv got an 19" alloy with 225/40. They seem to produce at least one tyre in 19" but its a 255 and surely if they produce one they will produce others... My question is do they have other 19" sizes? Are they just unavailable atm?

    19" all season tyres are currently low demand, so there's a chance it's not produced. Email Michelin to see if it's on their roadmap.

    2019-09-25 - I live in Yorkshire and drive an M140i. I am considering the CrossClimate+ as my only tyre but not sure if this is too much of a compromise in the summer? The car currently has Pilot Super Sports. Price is not important but driving enjoyment and safety all year round is.

    If driving enjoyment is key to you, your best option is to use the CrossClimate+ as a winter tyre, and switch back to your summer tyres in the summer.

    2019-11-05 - Can you tell me what the thread depth is on the New Michelin CROSSCLIMATE SUV car tires?

    The tread depth for the CrossClimate+ can vary by size, so it's best to ask michelin directly. The CrossClimate+ usually starts between 6mm and 7.5mm.

    2019-11-19 - I am looking at getting some new tyres for my car for winter would you say the Michelin crossclimate+ will be good for using all year or I can get another set of wheels for winter use for not that much money and put the cross climates on those to just use in the winter. I currently have Michelin summer tyres that need replacing anyway. I am a tyre fitter anyway so fitting isn’t a problem and can always swap wheels easily. What sort of difference would we feel in dry summer conditions with the cross climate.

    The CrossClimate is the most summer feeling of the all season tyres, but you will notice a reduction in handling qualities compared to your summer tyres. If you're a tyre fitter, I suggest doing the test yourself and letting us know via a review!

    2020-05-13 - I am delighted with the review in Finland of TYREREVIEWS, and I am running low on rubber on the front axle on my C class , w204, 225/45/ 17" . I am moving from Oxford to Norwich this summer, and when the fall hits us, I am wondering if the Michellin CC+ are still a good allrounder for the temperature changes, as that area seems to be drier than where I have lived until now?

    The CC+ is an excellent all season tyre at all temperatures. A summer tyre is still the better option if you can avoid snow and very cold temperatures, or live in an area that doesn't get this weather, but if you're looking to fit an all season tyre, the CrossClimate+ is the best option for the majority of the UK

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    Size Price Range  
    195/65 R15 £64.19 - £81.97 (5 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    205/55 R16 £80.39 - £168.00 (19 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    225/40 R18 £136.00 - £156.50 (3 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    225/45 R17 £105.98 - £169.20 (3 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    225/50 R17 £150.29 - £179.99 (3 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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    Top 3 Michelin CrossClimate Plus Reviews

    Given 87% while driving a Skoda Yeti 4 x 4 (225/50 R17 W) on a combination of roads for 200 easy going miles
    Bought set of 4 new Cross Climate XL from Halfords a week ago and only covered approximately 200 miles.

    So it is still very early days BUT I have noticed a lot less road noise and much more responsive steering.

    My car came with Continental tyres as OEM & has covered just over 21K miles from new - was registered March 2014.
    Helpful 523 - tyre reviewed on January 8, 2017
    Given 60% while driving a Mazda 6 (215/50 R17 W) on mostly motorways for 20,000 average miles
    This tyre is interesting, performed very well the first year, even on snow.
    Then the second year it transformed completely, it is practically useless.
    Also dissapointed at he uneven wear, which results in droning and discomfort. Will not buy again.
    Helpful 77 - tyre reviewed on November 6, 2019
    Given 83% while driving a Honda Accord Euro (145/50 R17) on mostly town for 1,500 average miles
    Purchased tyre after all the good reviews but felt disappointed when driving car in winter. I previously had goodyear vector 4seasons tyres and they were the true all season tyre. Yes the mitchelin are good in dry and wet conditions but not good for winter as I found out. (Nearly wrecked my car as my car slid) I feel I've just waisted 600 pounds. Definitely will go back to goodyear vector tyres without a shadow of doubt.
    Helpful 53 - tyre reviewed on March 31, 2018
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    Given 81% while driving a SEAT Leon 5F 1.0 TSI (205/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 32,000 easy going miles
    This is an update on my previous review. Two things: 1. I got the mileage wrong on previous review, I've calculated that these tires have done 50k kilometres now. I checked the tire wear indicators on multiple points on all tires last week. They are still nowhere near the limit. Actually quite astonishing, because unless tire wear goes exponential (which it doesn't) they surely have a LOT left on them. Even more than I initially predicted and hoped. So the update there: they have even better wear than I thought. I do keep my tire pressures in check regularly and try not to use the brakes wherever possible, but still. 2. Also we had some pretty snowy/slushy weather here recently. I still believe proper winter tires will be noticeably better in those circumstances, but still they got me out of some pretty tight spots. Traction was a lot better than I predicted and braking was pretty good too in snow. Only let down by cornering, there you have to really not get over-confident on these tires. Because of the better than expected braking and traction, the lesser cornering capability on snow could come as an unwelcome surprise.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on January 31, 2023
    Given 70% while driving a SEAT Leon 5F 1.0 TSI (205/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 25,000 easy going miles
    I bought these in Febuary 2021, because one week earlier I got stranded in the snow with my summer tires still on. On my previous car I had a set of winter tires, but not yet on this one. This will never happen to me again, haha. After some research I decided on these summer-biased allseason tires with "winter capabilities" because I want to get home when it snows, but it hardly ever snows. I began using these tires as all-year-round tires, but after one full year with all sorts of weather I decided that I wanted more from a tire in the summertime. On a vacation to southern Europe with 35+ Celcius temperatures it did feel like the tire was getting a little bit out of its comfort zone, so for these periods in the year a full summertire is probably still best. Also for more sporty and direct feedback and a better look, I decided on a slightly bigger wheelsize (17 inch). So now these allseason CrossClimate+ tires are my "wintertires" (From october/november to march/april). I put around 35.000 - 40.000 km on them and it seems like they still have a lot left on them. I don't drive very aggressively on these tires, because they just don't invite you to do that. There is nothing sporty about them and they tend to understeer quite quickly when pushed. Especially in the wet, which ofcourse is "safe but not fun". They definitely feel safe all year round and give pretty good feedback too. And wet braking seems pretty good too, but I don't have a lot to compare them with. My summer tires are 225's and that's just different all together. I don't think these tires are for people who like to have some sporty possibilities in their car. These tires are not for that. These tires will get you through all sorts of weather (mud included) in the best way possible. I really like having these tires on my car in the more rainy, colder en even snowier months of the year. And because they are truly allseason I can wait until whenever to change them for my summer tires. But I WILL change them for summer tires, once the temperature goes above 10 Celcius, because those will give me more fun! ;-)
    Helpful 4 - tyre reviewed on January 4, 2023
    All Season VS Winter Tyres: What is REALLY Best?! Click to find out!
    Given 80% while driving a Infiniti 1999 Infiniti G20 (195/65 R15) on mostly town for 2,000 average miles
    Great tire in all conditions aside from ice. Hard pack snow, slush, rain, dry all great performance. A little loud and I’ve noticed a drop in fuel mileage versus the 3-season tires they replaced.
    Helpful 2 - tyre reviewed on December 23, 2022
    Given 60% while driving a BMW 318 (205/55 R16) on mostly town for 12,500 average miles
    Very good tyre as long as is new. Once you put a few miles on it or after 2 years of use (12500 miles), is rubbish. Over time compared to other tyres I had, it wears fast and the grip on ice or wet after 2 years is worse than a summer tyre (the performance of the tyre drops drastically compared to when it was new). And I don't have a sporty style of driving.
    Helpful 3 - tyre reviewed on October 27, 2022
    Given 73% while driving a Mercedes Benz E Class (225/55 R17) on a combination of roads for 30,000 easy going miles
    Handling has been good especially in the dry. I did aquaplane once in heavy rain on the motorway and trusted them less in the wet after that. Seem very prone to punctures, I do about 20k miles a year and I’ve had 2 or 3 per year. The tread pattern seems to pick up and logged stones between the tread. I’ve already had 2 sets of these on my current car and tend to replace the rears first then all 4 next time. I’m about to replace them with CC2, although I was tempted to get the Goodyear 4 seasons gen 3 (for longer tread life) but trouble getting them in stock in some places.
    Helpful 6 - tyre reviewed on August 15, 2022
    Given 100% while driving a SEAT Seat Mii (225/45 R17) on mostly motorways for 150,000 spirited miles
    Absolutely fantastic, gives you so much confidence in all weather conditions. I've had them on my car for 2 years now and still have lots of tread left after 15k miles. Highly recommend to anyone who wants a VERY solid all season tyre will definitely buy them again.
    Helpful 10 - tyre reviewed on May 18, 2022
    Given 90% while driving a Volkswagen Touran 5T 2.0 TDI (215/55 R17) on a combination of roads for 25,000 easy going miles
    Just to update my previous review 18 months ago when I first bought these - So far they've done 25,000 miles and have been rotated twice; they are now on about 3mm of tread left. I drive with economy in mind so I don't speed and tend to not corner / brake hard if I can help it; meaning they have had a comparatively easy life on most longer motorway journeys or on local country road trips. The two rears have both been punctured on the same day (must have run over several nails or pieces of glass etc.) and so are about to be replaced by the new CrossClimate 2 version, but I intend to run the two fronts down to 2mm before replacing them with a matching set or the "2", as Michelin are the only manufacturer to design their tread grooves to open up as the tyre wears, meaning as long as I slow right down in heavy rain (shouldn't be too often as we're entering the British summer), I should pass the 30,000 mile mark. These tyres are excellent - I've been very happy with them throughout the seasons and they inspire confidence in any weather / situation. The car returns decent fuel economy on them and I've never once skidded even in a couple of tight situations in the wet and also in icy / slushy snow. Heartily recommend!
    Helpful 9 - tyre reviewed on May 6, 2022
    Given 81% while driving a Toyota Starlet 1997 (185/60 R14) on a combination of roads for 1,133 average miles
    When fresh mounted the steering felt extremely light and a little seeking, but that disappeared within 2 weeks. Comford and noise is excellent, extremely quiet compared to my former Vredestein and Uniroyal summer tyres, as if you're driving on a cotton road. Grip on dry and wet is as expected, very good. I really have to toss around the car to feel some understeer. Both wet and dry straight braking also very good. In the Netherlands we haven't had a lot of snow and ice yet this winter, but in light freezing temperatures at night both dry and wet grip was overwhelming much better then on any summer tyre I've driven in my life. Hence the reason to choose all-season this time. I can't say much about wear and tear, but over 1100 miles done mainly on city roads and there's still no visual wear. My driving style is mainly easy but I know how to race too. Thanks to TyreReviews I choose the CrossClimate because in the test these had the best dry summer performance of all tested all-season tyres and in the Netherlands we don't have a lot of winter. The real summer still has to come and I can't wait to find out how they perform.
    Helpful 10 - tyre reviewed on April 5, 2022
    Given 89% while driving a Renault Laguna 3 (225/45 R18) on a combination of roads for 10,000 average miles
    Bought these tires in May of 2020 and they were fitted on Renault Laguna III 2.0 DCI 127kw automatic with 4 control. I live in Serbia where we have very hot summers and ~mild winters (it's usually 10-15 days of real snow). And all I can say is that they were/are awesome!! Very comfortable and reasonable quiet. The feel during the summer months was almost the same as with the prior Hankook summer tires (just my subjective feeling). They've also replaced Hankook winter tires. Last winter was without the snow altogether. But this winter we had really sudden snow, just when I was in the mountains. Was afraid at first but man o man, they were great. The grip was exceptional, even on mounting roads that were just covered with fresh snow. Now I'm selling the car and I'm thinking of buying CC 2 for my next one, guessing they will feel even better.
    Helpful 8 - tyre reviewed on March 12, 2022
    Given 89% while driving a Audi A4 Quattro 220 bhp TFSI (225/50 R17) on mostly country roads for 14,000 easy going miles
    Only used in the winter. 1 4000 mls. 0.5mm wear
    Helpful 8 - tyre reviewed on March 8, 2022
    Given 84% while driving a Volkswagen Touran 5T 2.0 TDI (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 20,000 easy going miles
    Since my initial review 18 months ago, I've covered 20,000 miles on these tyres on a mix of UK country roads and motorways. 3 tyres are at 4mm tread depth and the one remaining has 3.5mm. Therefore I would say that considering these tyres are designed to be "safe when worn" (https://www.michelin.co.uk/auto/home-auto/long-lasting-performances), I will replace them at around the 2mm mark, which means cosnidering they were 7mm when new they can be considered as about 60-70% worn - Hence I can expect a total lifespan of just under 30,000 miles from them. I consider this outstanding when most other tyres struggle to last much more than half this - which means that Michelin's argument that they are not expensive if used until actually worn is correct, although the initial purchase price does hurt at the time!! There have been a few times during this time that I've had to brake hard and I've yet to activate the car's ABS system - So the grip levels are good enough for me and my eco-driving style for sure! My only criticism of these tyres is they are not great on icy roads - vastly better than other cars I've driven on the same roads on the same days fitted with Chinese summer tyres mind, but you still have to be careful and take it easy. The CrossClimate2 appears to rate much better in this respect, so there is no question of anything else replacing these. In conclusion, Michelin are miles ahead of the game with these tyres and they are worth every penny of their price. Buy with confidence.
    Helpful 9 - tyre reviewed on January 14, 2022
    Given 86% while driving a Volkswagen Tiguan Escape 2.0tdi (235/55 R17) on mostly country roads for 14,000 average miles
    Excellent tyres with good dry / wet grip and braking. We haven't had any snow so I can't comment on the snow grip but they work well in cold weather. The ride almost seems a bit 'soft' on the tyres although there's no lack of grip or steering feedback which makes for a very comfortable ride and I don't notice them being particularly noisy. I went for the CrossClimate+ rather than the CrossClimate SUV for the Tiguan, it is just a jacked up golf after all, perhaps that's why they're quieter and they seem to work well with the car. I've had a few problems towing a loaded horse trailer uphill on wet grass but any road tyre would struggle under those conditions and very few SUVs would be used like that anyway, in the normal SUV habitat of tarmac roads and carparks where going off-road means parking on the pavement they can't be faulted. Although they weren't cheap to buy they currently they have 5-6mm tread after 14,000 miles and they don't seem to have lost any grip so they look to be good for 30k miles which makes them good value overall. I would buy again but I can't as they've been replaced by the CrossClimate2 which promises to be even better.
    Helpful 9 - tyre reviewed on January 13, 2022