Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2

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Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 Tyres

  • >The Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 is the quintessential post-classic sports car and hot hatch tyre, made in a variety of sizes that were used on popular young timer cars such as the MK3 Ford Escort, MK1 Toyota MR2, and MK3 Volkswagen Golf.
  • The asymmetrical tread pattern of these tyres maximises water evacuation which reduces the chance of aquaplaning and gives these tyres brilliant performance in the wet.
  • The rubber compound of the tyre was developed using the ALM (Adhesion and Longevity Maximised) technology that was used in competition for better road grip, this allows the PE2 to provide the grip that modern classic sports cars and hot hatches demand.
  • The PE2 offers brilliant grip and road-holding when cornering, due to its VCP (Variable Contact Patch) that increases the area in which the tyre tread makes contact with the road and increases overall grip as cornering forces increase.
  • The Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 offers a range of sizes perfect for Renault 5 GT Turbo, Clio RS, Ford XR2i, Escort XR3, Maxda MX5, Lancia Delta HF Turbo, Peugeot 205GTi, Seat Ibiza, Volkswagen Corrado, Golf and Polo.

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Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 FAQ

Q: Can you get quality youngimer tyres for a Classic VW Golf?

A: Yes. Michelin now produce a small range of Pilot Exalto PE2 tyres that are perfect for the modern classic hot hatch such as the classic VW Golf. They make a 185/60R14 Pilote Exalto PE2 for the standard models of modern classic Golf, 185/55R15 Pilot Exalto PE2 and 195/50R15 Pilot Exalto PE2 for the more hotted up Golf GTi and G60 models.

Q: What range of modern classic cars is the Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 suited to?

A: The small range of Michelin Pilote Exalto youngtimer tyres are supplied in a range that is perfectly suited to modern classic hot hatchbacks, sports cars and roadsters of the 1980s, 1990s and the early 2000s.

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