The X-Ice Snow from Michelin is a winter tire designed for Honda Civic owners looking for a winter tire that offers performance and safety when new and over many winters. The Michelin X-Ice Snow has achieved best-in-class cornering and braking performance in snow and ice.
Is it worth putting snow tires on?
Think again. Tests conducted by Canada’s Traffic Injury Research Foundation showed that winter tires provide superior traction, braking, and cornering in all cold-weather driving conditions compared to an all-season tire. We’re talking better traction whether the road surface is snow-covered, icy, wet, or even dry.
Should I put 2 or 4 snow tires on my car?
Consistency is key so it’s preferable to match all four tires for winter conditions with a tire like the WinterContact SI. Whether you have a rear wheel, front wheel, or four wheel drive vehicle, four winter tires is recommended. The extra investment in four tires will give you confidence when accelerating and braking.
Does Honda Civic have all-season tires?
Civic Sport Sedan wears 18-inch alloy wheels with 235/40 R18 all-season tires. Handsome 17-inch alloys are standard on Civic EX Sedan models; they’re surrounded by 215/50 R17 all-season tires. Civic Touring Sedan shows off its own unique 18-inch alloy wheel design, with 235/40 R18 all-season tires.