MICHELIN 195/65 R15 91H Energy Saver MO

The tyres will be delivered without rim. (Tread pattern varies depending on the tyre width.)


195/65 R15 91H Energy Saver MO  


summer tyres

Tyre properties:
Energy Saver MO
195/65 R15 91 H TL
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Summer tyres 

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MICHELIN Energy Saver

For compact and mid-range vehicles as well as vans

- Low fuel consumption
- Safety on wet roads thanks to Durable Security Compound
- High mileage

The fourth generation of the "green tyre", without compromises in terms of safety. The newly developed silica-rubber compound reduces rolling resistance and thus significantly reduces fuel consumption, which in turn results in significantly lower CO2 emissions. In addition, the tyre has a long service life.

Fuel efficiency:
By using silica as a filler instead of technical carbon black, Michelin was able to launch the first generation of tyres with lower fuel consumption in 1992. The generation of silicas used in the MICHELIN Energy Saver almost completely replaces technical carbon black.

Durable Security Compound (DSC) ensures a constant stiffness of the tread and thus ensures a safe, efficient braking effect. It improves wet braking performance throughout the life of the tyre.

The exclusive Michelin compounding technology allows the simultaneous bonding of all tread components, perfect control of the homogeneity of the compound and the molecular bonds between the individual ingredients. This enables high mileage.

QR-Code MICHELIN 464209 195/65 R15 91 H TL C1
EU tire label datasheet


The Tyre Labelling Regulation determines the information that must be provided with regard to tyres' fuel efficiency, wet grip and external rolling noise. Information is also provided on the product's performance in wintery driving conditions.

Regulation EU 1222/2009, which has been in force since 01/11/2012, has been revised and will be replaced from 1 May 2021 by Regulation EU 2020/740, from which point new standards will apply. The assessment categories for fuel efficiency, wet grip and external noise have been changed and the layout of the EU label has been changed accordingly. The manufacturers' product data sheets, stored in the EU database, can be downloaded via a QR code integrated into the label. It also includes information on snow grip and ice grip for tyres that meet these criteria.

The following tyres are exempt from the regulation:
- Tyres designed to be fitted only to vehicles registered for the first time before 1 October 1990.
- Remoulded tyres (until Regulation EU 2020/740 has been widened accordingly)
- Professional off-road tyres
- Racing tyres
- Tyres with additional devices to improve traction, e.g. studded tyres
- Temporary-use spare tyres (T-type tyres)
- Tyres with a speed rating below 80 km/h
- Tyres with a nominal rim diameter of 254 mm or less and 635 mm or more

An overview of the criteria and assessment categories

Fuel Efficiency

The fuel consumption depends on the rolling resistance of the tyres, the vehicle itself, the driving conditions and the driver's driving style. The measured rolling resistance (rolling resistance coefficient) of the tyre is divided into classes A (highest efficiency) to E (lowest efficiency).

If a vehicle is fully equipped with class A tyres, a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 7.5%* is possible, compared to a vehicle equipped with class E tyres. It can be even higher for commercial vehicles.
(Source: European Commission Impact Assessment
* if measurements were carried out in accordance with the test methods specified in Regulation (EU) 2020/740)

Please note:
Fuel consumption depends to a large extent on the driver's own driving style and can be reduced considerably by driving in an environmentally friendly manner. To improve fuel efficiency, it is important to regularly check the tyre pressure.

Wet Grip

Wet grip is divided into classes A (shortest braking distance) to E (longest braking distance).

Braking distance can be reduced by up to 18 m in the case of an emergency stop at 80 km/hr (on a road surface with average grip) when a car is equipped with class A tyres, compared to class E tyres.*
* Source: wdk Trade Association of the German Rubber Industry

Please note:
Road safety depends to a large extent on the driver's own driving style. Stopping distances must always be observed. To improve wet grip, it is important to regularly check the tyre pressure.

External Rolling Noise

The noise emissions from a tyre affect the overall volume of noise produced by the vehicle and have an impact not only on the driver's comfort but also on environmental noise pollution. On the EU tyre label, the external rolling noise is divided into 3 classes from A (lowest level of rolling noise) to C (highest level of rolling noise), measured in decibels (dB) and compared to the European noise emission limits for tyres' external rolling noise.

The pictogram with the classification "A" indicates that the external rolling noise of the tyre is more than 3 dB below the EU limit that applied until 2016.
The "B" classification means that the external rolling noise of the tyre is up to 3 dB below or equal to the EU limit that applied until 2016.
The "C" classification indicates that the specified limit has been exceeded.