Michelin Pilot Sport AS 3

4.4

Catégorie des prix:  USD $113,99 to $354,99

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Véhicule de passagers /Tout saison/Ultra haute performance

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The Pilot® Sport A/S™ 3 is Michelin´s ultimate Ultra High Performance All-Season Tire with the highest level of performance and grip in all driving conditions..

  • Variable thickness sipes provide additional biting edges in low–grip conditions to improve wet and snow traction, but lock together in dry conditions to provide crisp handling and longer tread wear.
  • Unique biting edges in the grooves grip snow for better acceleration and braking in snowy conditions.
  • Helio compound with sunflower oil helps to increase traction at low temperatures, while X-Sil extreme silica technology provides exceptional wet grip.
  • Asymetric tread pattern and Variable Contact Patch 2.0 design result in strong dry performance combined with long tread life.

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4,4

Michelin Pilot Sport AS 3
Évaluer maintenant
Sec
(4.7)
Mouillé
(4.5)
Neige
(2.6)
Manipulation
(4.5)
Confort
(4.3)
Bruit
(3.9)
Indice d'usure
(3.5)
Global:
4,6
Sec
5,0
Mouillé
5,0
Neige
1,0
Manipulation
4,0
Confort
4,0
Bruit
4,0
Indice d'usure
3,0

Tires are excellent in dry and wet conditions. Even in a huge rainstorm, I always felt safe and secure on the road. Snowy conditions are a completely different story. "All Season" terms should not be used with this tire, as this tire creates no traction in even the lightest of dustings. Excellent wet and dry performance. Horrible snow performance.

Size: 215/45R17

Vehicle: 2014 Hyundai Elantra 4 Dr Sedan Limited with 21000 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 03/11/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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2,8
Sec
3,0
Mouillé
3,0
Neige
1,0
Manipulation
3,0
Confort
2,0
Bruit
1,0
Indice d'usure
1,0

Only 12,000 miles of tread-life I really can't believe I am writing this review. I have purchased Michelin's for decades with one thing in mind, the highest level of quality. My OEM Summer tires lasted 31,000 miles. I went with the All Season equivalent in the Michelin believing they would last a lot longer. I was floored when I had the car in for a brake inspection and they told me the tires were almost worn out. I have only driven them 11,500 miles. I can't believe this is normal for Michelin's. When I went to look them up to understand the tread-wear expectations I noticed they have updated them to a PLUS version. Is this the reason? Was there a wear issue?

Size: 245/45R18

Vehicle: 2012 Infiniti G37 2 Dr Convertible Base with 19308 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 30/05/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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4,8
Sec
5,0
Mouillé
5,0
Neige
4,0
Manipulation
5,0
Confort
3,0
Bruit
3,0
Indice d'usure
3,0

There are the best handling tires I've ever used. 'Spirited' driving on mostly on dry and wet roads. They even preform on snow, at moderate speeds. There is a bit more road noise and ride comfort is reduced, but that's a trade-off for better handling. Treadwear could also be better, but again, it's a trade-off.

Size: 225/45R17

Vehicle: 2001 Audi A6 Quattro 4 Dr Wagon Avant with 25000 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 28/04/2017 and is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)

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3,9
Sec
4,0
Mouillé
4,0
Neige
4,0
Manipulation
4,0
Confort
4,0
Bruit
1,0
Indice d'usure
3,0

Not sure why but my tires have a much loader noice level inside the vehicle... good tire besides that.

Size: 265/35R19

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Anonyme made this review on 13/03/2017 and is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)

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