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  1. Tyres - Michelin cross climate tyres 
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    Looking at replacement tyres and came across the Michelin cross climate tyres, seems they get good reviews as all weather tyres.
    https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/wheels-...on-all-winter/

    Has anyone had any experience with them?

    Also silly question, but would this impact the warranty because you're not using Audi specc'd tyres? Don't think it would but thought i would ask the question.
     
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    Genuine game changers , we have CrossClimate + , now .
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazwould View Post
    Genuine game changers , we have CrossClimate + , now .
    +1 on my VW Golf Iíve got these and they are fantastic all round and wearing surprisingly long. Really make huge difference in the ice & snow dustings.

    I ended up getting summers+winters on my Q7 as over a year ago I couldnít get these for the 21 rims. Winter Nokians are super though, just a bit overkill for deepest Home Counties... we do take it into mountains mind. Anyone know if CrossClimate+ available in 285/40R21 now in UK?


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    my dad uses cross climates and loves them. Nokian also do a great all season tyre. Unfortuntaley on both counts they don't seem to do them in larger sizes. Given the choice i would have a set of Nokian All season on my Q7 ( 20 inch rims), shame really, as they are kinda the perfect tyre for the UK.
     
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    Any long term experiance with Cross Climate? I was looking at it, and read that users were complaining about noise, any experiance on noise?


    @wardienet, Cross Climate + has only R19 size, Cross Climate has only R20 size tyre.
     
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    I had Bridgestone A001 multi-seasons on our Touran for a winter. Good performance overall on cold, wet, muddy Wiltshire backroads. I put what I knew was lower than summer MPG down to the time of year and narrow, twisty road up / down gear driving, so was surprised when I put summer tyres back on and saw an instant 10% improvement in MPG. Do the Cross Climates do the same?
     
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    Been using Cross Climates for a few years both driving in Scottish winter and summer driving across Europe.

    Tyres are great. I would say that they probably canít quite match a full on winter tyre in terms of snow performance but are close enough as to make very little difference.

    Wear seems decent too. Would definitely recommend them.


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