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Old 11-11-2014, 02:35 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default All Season Tires - Michelin

Hopefully this is not a repeat. Does anyone run the Pilot Sport A/S 3? Thoughts on this tire?
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

I'm actually in the process of getting these exact tires, so once I get them installed I can let you know how they feel.
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

Cool thanks. I'm between the A/S 3 and the Hankook Ventus S1 noble2. Just not sure if the performance of the A/S3 is worth the few extra dollars.
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

Originally Posted by mylucky View Post
Cool thanks. I'm between the A/S 3 and the Hankook Ventus S1 noble2. Just not sure if the performance of the A/S3 is worth the few extra dollars.
I have them on my 2008. I may be able to provide some info if you have questions. Also had these tires on my 2003 Camry before getting my max.
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Old 11-18-2014, 01:52 PM   Thread Starter #5
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

How is the ride and noise over the life of the tire? I am probably getting the tire because of the superior dry and wet grip for an A/S. I may see some snow, but not enough for me to get a dedicated winter tire. I am hoping this tire will be good enough to get me through a few days of light snow per year. Thanks for any feedback.
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

Originally Posted by mylucky View Post
Cool thanks. I'm between the A/S 3 and the Hankook Ventus S1 noble2. Just not sure if the performance of the A/S3 is worth the few extra dollars.
I have the Ventus. So far, I like them. Smooth, no road noise. We're barely getting some snow here, so haven't put them to the real test in over 1' snow.
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

Went with the Ventus. They were too cheap compared to the Michelins to pass up. Thanks for the help.
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

Where are you located mate , an A?S tire whatever brand is wont be good enough for Winter time , get a real Winter tire .

I have Michelin A/S Plus for Summer time & Michelin X-Ice on Winter time . Top job on my end .

Just what are your toughts on the Ventus mate .
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

I live in Pittsburgh, but do not drive my car on a daily basis. Girlfriend has a CRV I drive in bad winter weather. As for the Ventus- I only have 100 miles on the new tires, but I will say they are a solid all around tire. Inspired confidence on highway in heavy rain. Quiet ride compared to my old Goodyears, but that is to be expected given how low my thread was. Havent pushed them too much during break in period.
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Default Re: All Season Tires - Michelin

Originally Posted by mylucky View Post
I live in Pittsburgh, but do not drive my car on a daily basis. Girlfriend has a CRV I drive in bad winter weather. As for the Ventus- I only have 100 miles on the new tires, but I will say they are a solid all around tire. Inspired confidence on highway in heavy rain. Quiet ride compared to my old Goodyears, but that is to be expected given how low my thread was. Havent pushed them too much during break in period.
Cool , but it s no Winter tire , you would need them for better traction &/or security . Just saying .

But the crv s pretty good on Winter time , my father & brother had one .
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