Bought My 2011 Buick Regal with these tires on it. At present I have 98175 miles on them and still got about 2000 miles left in tread. Great tire will be putting same tire back on
Original tires on our 2013 Buick and after 72,000+ trouble free miles they still look good and provide an excellent smooth ride. Replacing with the same tire because it’s prudent to do so since nearly all miles were in Texas heat.
I bought my new Chevy Cruze LTZ RS back in Feb 2011 with these OEM P225/45R18 tires. My Chevy service shop still says keep driving! I don't have road noise issues. Dry traction is great, wet and snow traction is not as great. I don't feel comfortable driving very aggressively in rain. Bit pricey.
After four years and over 70,000 miles, I plan to replace my original set (I purchased my Acura new) with these identical replacement tires. They ride and handle great. I only buy Michelin regardless. They are great tires and worth any extra money. My Acura was engineered with these tires in mind and I don't want to change anything since these have performed so well. They look good on my car as well!
These tires ride very rough and are more noisey than I was led to believe. I love Michelin tires but not this one. I would like to trade them in on a set that are quieter and have a more comfortable ride.
Drove 58K+ miles on original equipment tires, never any problem. When it was time to replace them, I chose the same Michelin Pilots that came on the car as originals. Really quiet for a performance tire, and at 35psi, I still enjoy a nice ride.