That's odd! Kleber are considered a "budget" brand up here, as you say, a cheaper alternative made by Michelin, in itself no great recommendation as far as I'm concerned. Have to say their Alpine winter tyre is good, but I'm not impressed with their standard "summer" offerings. I find them noisy on the road, not particularly good in the wet, and the "Energy" tyres fitted to my Xantia when I got it did not deliver the 5% extra MPG they rave about. In fact, I got better mileage when I fitted Toyo "Snowprox" and ran them winter and summer. They were quieter, grippier and were amazing in the snow. Wet performance was excellent too. They were £120 a pair fitted as against nearly £100 EACH for the Michelins. I got about 20K from a pair so wear wasn't a great issue. The Michelins would have given more miles, but the Toyos were ahead on miles per pound.
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