show prices It is made in total of 34 sizes, 155/80 R13 being the smallest and 235/45 R18 the largest. Kleber is a brand from France and belongs to the Michelin group. This tyre was featured in tests 5 times, first test was carried in 2015. Noise is a strong quality of Kleber Krisalp HP2 - most dimensions have below average noise level values - 100% of them produce 0db noise, which result in "a" rating. It can be compared to Polaris 3, which is a tyre from Barum (Czech Republic) and has a rating of 44%, compared to 0% of the Kleber in question. There was a braking test that featured both BarumPolaris 3 and Kleber Krisalp HP2 held by autobild in 2016. On the wet, the Barum stopped from 80km/h earlier than the Kleber - 37,2m, whereas the Kleber took 38,9m to come to a full stop. We can see the same happening on the snow, where the Barum stopped earlier than the Kleber. the first stopped at the 26,1m mark, compared to 26,4m of the second.
The Kleber Krisalp HP2, a middle segment tyre, has been subjected to multiple winter tyre tests conducted by some of the most respected tire testing organizations in Europe. The tests were carried out between 2015 and 2016, with the latest in 2016. The Kleber Krisalp HP2 did not fare very well in these tests, receiving an overall rating of 31%, which is not an impressive score for a middle segment tyre. The tyre's worst ranking was in the ADAC Winter tyre test 2016, where it finished last among the 15 tyres tested. Its best performance was in the Autobild Winter tyre test 2016, where it came in 11th place out of 20. However, it did not achieve a good ranking in the braking distance tests of both Autobild tests, finishing 15th out of 50 in 2016 and 19th out of 49 in 2015. Unfortunately, the Kleber Krisalp HP2 did not win any of these tests. Despite not winning any test, the tyre was still the best in some of the tested disciplines, but the test results did not justify the high expectations of the testers for a mid-segment tyre.
All tyre tests where Kleber Krisalp HP2 was featured: