PAX System

The Michelin® PAX® System combines a revolutionary anchoring system with a runflat system that allows you to drive up to 125 miles at 55 mph with a flat tire (includes miles already traveled on flat). It's one step closer to a future of airless tires and innovative mobility.

 

PAX System tires are currently available on:

  • 2005-2007 Honda Odyssey Touring models
  • 2006-2007 Nissan Quest RL & RS models
  • 2006-2007 Acura RL model
  • Plus, see the Rolls Royce Phantom and Bugatti Veyron

The Revolutionary PAX System

PAX System Greater Safety

Greater Safety and Freedom

PAX System tires are designed to never separate from the rim, even when getting a sudden flat at high speeds under normal driving conditions. The inner support ring also offers exceptional maneuverability and control in a case of rapid air loss.

PAX System Peak Performance

Peak Performance

A PAX System tire has a shorter, more flexible sidewall than a traditional tire. That means less tire roll, better road grip and more responsive control.

PAX System Greener tomorrow

A Greener Tomorrow

PAX System tires offer an exceptional level of fuel economy compared to traditional tires. We’ve reduced the amount of energy it takes for these tires to move a vehicle forward. They also virtually eliminate the need for spare tires. And, like all Michelin® tires, PAX System tires:

  • Provide excellent tread wear for long life
  • Are repairable if punctured in the tread area
  • Have a reusable support ring

 


 

Michelin PAX System Hot Line

Call 1-877-PAX-TIRE (1-877-729-8473); available 24 hours a day/7 days a week

PAX System Warranty Information

Although not available online, we may be able to help you find a tire that fits your selection.

Please tell us the year, make and model of the vehicle for which you would like a tire recommendation. Also please let us know which tire features are important to you. Finally, let us know the area of the country where you do most of your driving. This way, we can provide you with our best recommendation.

Please click the "CONTACT US" button below to allow our Consumer Care team to help you find a tire that matches your selectionorview all tire sizes available.

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  • Your vehicle was manufactured with multiple tire sizes. Please select your size.

    Knowing your tire size can help save time at the tire retailer. It also enables you to make an informed tire purchase.

You can find your vehicle's original equipment tire size in one of the following places:
1. On the tire placard located on the driver's door jamb 
2. In your owners manual
3. On glove compartment door
 4. Inside the fuel hatch or trunk lid

You can also check your existing tire's designation on the sidewall. However, there is no guarantee that these are the original tire size unless they came on the vehicle new.

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  • This three-digit number represents the width of the tire in millimeters (mm), measured from sidewall to sidewall. Since this measure is affected by the width of the rim, the measurement is done when the tire is on its intended rim size.  <div><img src="/assets/mi/system/images/contextual-help/R2-width.png" /></div>
  • The aspect ratio is the relationship of a tire's sidewall height to its section width, expressed as a percentage. In this example, the tire sidewall height is approximately 55% of the tire width. The higher the number, the taller the sidewall; the lower the number, the lower the sidewall.<div><img src="/assets/mi/system/images/contextual-help/R2-aspect.png" /></div>
  • The diameter of the rim in inches.<div><img src="/assets/mi/system/images/contextual-help/R2-diameter.png" /></div>
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