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TYRES PRICES  Michelin Tyre NZ Price

185/60 R14 ENERGY XM2+ 205/75 R14 MICHELIN AGILIS 265/35 R19 PILOT SPORT CUP 2


Michelin is a French tyre company and world leader in the premium tyre market. Michelin distributes its tyres in New Zealand and worldwide. They own brands such as BF Goodrich, Uniroyal, Kleber, Kormoran, Tigar and Riken. Their most popular tyre models are Pilot, Defender LTX, Latitude Tour, Agilis and Energy Saver.

     1.- Michelin Tyres NZ Shop 
          1.1.- Michelin Auckland
          1.2.- Michelin Canterbury
          1.3.- Michelin Wellington
          1.4.- Michelin Waikato
          1.5.- Michelin Bay of Plenty
          1.6.- Michelin Otago
          1.7.- Michelin Manawatū-Whanganui
          1.8.- Michelin Northland
          1.9.- Michelin Hawke’s Bay
          1.10.- Michelin Taranaki
          1.11.- Michelin Southland
          1.12.- Michelin Tasman
          1.13.- Michelin Gisborne
     2.- Michelin NZ Telephone List
     3.- Michelin Tyres Models
     4.- Michelin History
     5.Michelin NZ Question and Answer

1.- Michelin Tyres Shop New Zealand

Michelin Auckland

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Michelin Canterbury

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Michelin Wellington

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Michelin Tyres Waikato

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Michelin Bay of Plenty

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Michelin Tyres Otago

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Michelin Manawatū-Whanganui

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Michelin Northland

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Michelin Hawke’s Bay

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Michelin Taranaki

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Michelin Southland

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Michelin Tasman

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Michelin Gisborne

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2.- Michelin Tyres NZ Telephone List

Beaurepaires Glen Innes: +64 9521 8190

Beaurepaires Harrys PT Road: +64 9486 2009

Tyreworx New Lynn: +64 9 827 4086

Beaurepaires Parnell: +64 9302 5051

Beaurepaires Kingsland: +64 9815 0171

Beaurepaires Takanini: +64 9299 6170

Beaurepaires East Tamaki: +64 9273 8221

Herb Morgans Tyre Service: +64 9 636 6009

Discount Tyres Takapuna: +64 9 444 4257

Discount Tyres Grey Lynn: +64 9 376 0051

Beaurepaires Manukau City: +64 9 262 1026

Beaurepaires North Harbour: +64 9415 0260

Beaurepaires Henderson: +64 9 835 1460

Beaurepaires New Lynn: +64 9827 2333

Beaurepaires Newmarket: +64 9520 2139

Beaurepaires Kingsland: +64 9815 0171

Tyre City Glenfield: +64 9443 5865

Essential Tyres & Auto Limited Pakuranga: +64 9577 3099

Bishops Garage Ltd: +64 9 379 3464

Discount Tyres Browns Bay: +64 9 476 0032

Tyre City Albany: +64 9850 8871

Tyre Zone Glenfield:  +64 9 442 4499

Discount Tyres Glenfield: +64 9443 5907

Tyreworx Grey Lynn: +64 9 376 0051

Kaiapoi Alignment & Tyres: +64 3 327 7789

Copy Beaurepaires Ashburton: +64 3 307 6050

Beaurepaires Timaru: +64 3684 3165

Hornby Tyrepower, Christchurch: +64 3341 5497

Oxford Tyrepower: +64 3312 4019

Woodend Automotive: +64 3312 7703

Central City Tyres Ltd: +64 3379 4367

Tyreland Paraparaumu: +64 4298 2984

Tyreland Greytown: +64 6304 9411

Beaurepaires Rutherford Street: +64 4 570 1610

Beaurepaires Oamaru: +64 3 433 1050

Beaurepaires Upper Hutt: +64 4 528 6134

Beaurepaires Paraparaumu: +64 4 296 1100

Beaurepaires Masterton: +64 6 367 0520

Beaurepaires Thorndon Quay: +64 4 472 2405

Beaurepaires Porirua: +64 4237 8816

Beaurepaires Taupo: +64 7377 3009

Tyre Tracks Frankton: +64 7847 1187

Advantage Tyres Otorohanga: +64 7 873 7007

Beaurepaires Te Awamutu: +64 7871 7692

Beaurepaires Te Rapa: +64 7849 6033

Beaurepaires Anglesea Street: +64 7838 1717

Tyreworx Tirau: +64 788 31541

Te Aroha Tyrepower: +64 7884 8107

PioPio Tyrepower: +64 7877 8159

Marc 1 Wheels & Tyres Ltd: +64 788 91155

Kopu Tyre Service: +64 7868 9660

Tyrepro Hamilton Ltd: +64 7847 2255

Tyreland Balclutha: +64 3418 3100

Tyreland Oamaru: +64 3 434 3234

Tyreland Alexandra: +64 3448 7710

Tyreland Cromwell: +64 3445 4405

Tyreland Dunedin: +64 3455 6252

Beaurepaires Andersons Bay Rd: +64 3455 0713

Beaurepaires Queenstown: +64 3 442 7525

Carters Tyres Dunedin: +64 3455 2005

Beaurepaires Cumberland Street: +64 3474 0920

Otago Tyrepower: +64 3489 4445

Advantage Oamaru: +64 3434 6801

Tyreland Wanaka: +64 3443 5299

3.- Michelin Tyres NZ Models

Michelin Pilot Super Sport: this tyre model is made for super sports and high-performance cars. It was born in auto racing, and today it is available on the market for exhilarating driving.

▷ Michelin Defender LTX M/S: this tyre offers excellent lifespan because it is made with Michelin’s Evertread ™ compound and uses its famous tread design of the LTX ™ M/S ™ 2.

▷ Michelin Latitude Tour HPthey are designed for the four seasons of the year, combining safety with comfortable and silent driving.

▷ Michelin Pilot Sport 4S: Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Tire overcomes the usual trade-off of wear for grip to deliver both incredible traction and improved tread life.

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4.- Michelin Tyres NZ History

Michelin is a French company, and today it is considered the second largest in the world in the tyre business. It was founded in 1889 by two brothers, Andre Michelin and Edouard Michelin. The company was based out of Clermont-Ferrand in France, and is older than the Eiffel tower. They began the business by making bicycle tires, and other pneumatic tires.

The history tells, somebody come over to their factory, and while this person needed to have his tyre replaced on his bicycle, the two brothers ended up waiting to get the tire replaced so they went at it at their own factory, and took the over three hours to replace this tyre.

What ended up happening, well, they let the glue sit and they had to peel it off, and rip it back on, and the next morning they went to test out this tyres that they had finally replace for the bicycle, and turns out it didn’t last nothing more than a few short hundred meters.

But the two brothers were so convinced that the future rode on some form of rubber detachable tyre, that they went into develop the first retractable, mountable, detachable tire that you could put on a bicycle.

The first Michelin patent was in 1891 and it patented a removable bicycle tire, which helped Charles Terront in the Paris-Brest-Paris race. Most part of people were interested in how this company managed to get a hold of demountable tire.

And from there the two brothers realized, and the team that they had behind them, that they could probably do something with that technology. They began to grow the company through word of mouth because the wanted to get involved in everything possible, and the want to convince people that rubber tire and the way that they were making them was the future, and they were going to do that with the introduction of this little known technology.

In those days in France, the automobile industry was very low, because cars were too expensive and they weren’t used to this kind of vehicle. So Michelin make road maps to promote the automobile industry, they made 35.000 copies and tried to give to all people, to convince people than roads maps were the future so that people could travel to placed that they couldn’t before.

In 1946 the company took a tremendous technological leap by inventing the radial tire, taking advantage of technical success, it managed to become a leading player in the global manufacture of tires.

By 1968 michelin tyres nz installed its first offices in the United States of America, achieving rapid growth, and by 1989 the company reached 10% of the tire market share in the United States.

In 1989, Michelin acquired the recently merged tyre and rubber manufacturing divisions of the American firms B.F. Goodrich Company and Uniroyal, Inc.

5. Michelin NZ – Question and Answer

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 Which Michelin TYRE is the best?

     – All Season tyres for Light Trucks and SUVs: Michelin LTX M/S 2
     – All Season tyres for Passenger Cars: Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 +
     – Summer tyres for Light Trucks and SUVs: Michelin 4×4 Diamaris
     – Summer tyres for Passenger Cars: Pilot Sport PS2

Where are Michelin tyres made?

France, USA, Serbia, Brazil, Poland, Spain, Germany, Canada, Thailand, Italy, India, China, Hungary, Mexico, Russia and Rumania.

How long do Michelin tyres last on average?

On average, the useful life of a Michelin tyre is 60.000 km, however it all depends on the care and maintenance that each one provides. However, for very rainy climates such as New Zealand, it is advisable to change them before they are completely worn out.

Why Michelin tyres are more expensive than other brands?

Mostly because for the high quality, which translate into better grip when breaking, better grip in wet floors, excellent design, good longevity, lower defect rate than competition and better warranty policy.

Are Michelin the best tyres?

Michelin has an excellent reputation and is among the top 3 best brands in the world. However in the Mud Terrain segment BF Goodrich, Mickey Thompson and Nitto Tires are superior to Michelin. Similarly, Michelin owns BF Goodrich, so it could be said that it dominates almost all sectors of the tire market and maybe is the best tyre brand.