Michelin Launches Pilot Road 4 & Power 3 Tyres in India for 600+ cc Motorcycles ; Price Starts at 25k for a Set

All you motorcycle enthusiasts have one more reason to cheer – Michelin, the international tyre specialist has introduced two new internationally acclaimed radial two-wheeler tyres in India, starting at Rs 25,000 for a set.

Branded under the name Pilot Road 4 and Pilot Power 3, the range have been designed for high performance motorcycles with an engine displacement of over 600cc.

This new range will help the French brand expand its footprint in the lucrative two-wheeler market in the country. The added possibility of usage both on the road and tracks will make it an ideal tyre for motorcycles from brands like Aprilia, Benelli, Kawasaki, Ducati, Hyosung, Yamaha and Honda.

Pilot Power 3

The company claims that the Indian superbike market above 500 cc has been growing at 40-50 per cent on a year on year basis. They expect it to further double in the next 5 years. The tyre maker therefore sees this as an ideal time to flex its muscles here. Here’s some specific details about both the tyres….

  • Michelin Pilot Road 4: Aims to deliver enhanced safety and extended tyre life.

The company claims that thanks to XST+ technology the tyres will provide great wet weather braking. The tyre is also claimed to help the bike stop faster on wet pavements and other slippery surfaces.

Pilot 4

  • Michelin Pilot Power 3: Although primarily aimed for road usage, the tyre can work wonders on the track too

Using 2CT and 2CT+ technology the Power 3 is claimed to offer more stability when cornering even under strong acceleration. The unique tread pattern helps in better grip. In fact Michelin claims that the Pilot Power 3 offers best in class wet braking while delivering stability on steep angles without compromising with the pace.

List of Motorcycles for Pilot Road 4 & Power 3 Tyres

Here is a quick list of motorcycles and the recommended tyres…

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These new tyres can be bought at premium Michelin dealerships across the country which includes Michelin Priority partners, TyrePlus network and Michelin retailers. The tyre range has been priced between Rs 25,000 and Rs 32,000 for a set (excluding applicable local taxes).

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