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Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus Zero Pressure - 285/35R19 99Y - All Season Tire

Item# 09572216000P | Model# 10331 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus Zero Pressure - 285/35R19 99Y - All Season Tire
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Michelin's Pilot Sport A/S Plus Zero Pressure   Tire Leaves the Competition in the Dust One of the most well equipped tires for any weather is Michelin Pilot Sport AS Plus Zero Pressure   all season Tire. This Ultra-High Performance Sport tire from Michelin has beat out the competition in all-weather performance, thanks to its exclusive TriFusion design, which bonds not one, not two, but three different compounds on its tread face for a more balanced all-weather arsenal. It also takes the gold in wet handling, dominating the leading competitor with its wet-weather silica compound and state-of-the-art directional tread pattern. This Michelin's Pilot Sport A/S Plus Zero Pressure Tire is also the first tire to offer enhanced MaxTouch Construction for better road contact and a longer tread life. MaxTouch also helps distribute the forces of braking, acceleration and cornering more evenly, so your tires don't take such a beating, even when you're taking your vehicle to the limits.

  • This Michelin Pilot Sport AS Plus Tire offers class-leading all-weather performance, with best-in-class wet grip and best-in-class tread life
  • True ultra-high performance for all seasons
  • First tire to offer enhanced MaxTouch Construction, which maximizes contact with the road for longer tread life without sacrificing performance
  • Evenly distributes the forces of braking, acceleration and cornering
  • Three
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