1. Continental AllSeasonContact Premium2. Michelin CrossClimate 2 Premium
In this comparison, we are comparing a tyre from a manufacturer from Germany (Continental) against a tyre from a manufacturer from France (Michelin). Generally, Michelin allround tyres are slightly better rated (86%) than Continental (83%). But when it comes to comparing Continental AllSeasonContact and Michelin CrossClimate 2, the rating is the same - 90%. The first tyre test of Continental AllSeasonContact was done in 2018, compared to 2021 when was the Michelin CrossClimate 2 first tested. Important for this comparison is also the Autoklub ČR 2022 205/55 R16 test, where both the AllSeasonContact and the CrossClimate 2 were tested. See more mutual tests below. When it comes to comparison, eu labels can be also interesting - 100% of Continental AllSeasonContact dimensions has B wet grip rating. Most (100%) of the Michelin CrossClimate 2 also have B wet ratings. If you wonder where the tyres in question are made, the AllSeasonContact is made in Slovakia/Czech Republic/France and CrossClimate 2 is made in Italy.