The OEM tires on my 2015 Mustang GT tended to break at the limit with no warning, always felt a little slippery and the car never gave the same driving confidence as my BMW 3 series did. After a sidewall bubble on one and with tread under half I decided to just replace all 4 tires. I couldn't believe the difference the A/S3+ made. Left turns that would normally kick the rear end out if the throttle was too spirited now felt like the car was on rails. Wheel spin on shifts was all but gone no longer cause the rear to slide out dangerously. These tires are a serious upgrade, Driven once in rain with great traction also. No snow driving yet.
I have about 700 miles on these tires (replacing a worn-out set of Pilot Sport A/S 3's - prior version). The tires grip and corner incredibly well. But, the ride quality is horrid. They're incredibly noisy and every slight imperfection in the pavement generates vibration in the car. My 18 mile commute (combo city/highway) is now exhausting because of these tires. They will be replaced very soon and I'm not sure I'll be getting any more Michelins for any of my vehicles.
After the first 2k my gas milage has settled back down to what it was...new rubber is very sticky (fun) but hard on gas. That said, these tires still grip the asphalt like glue and make spirited cornering a blast on most any country road. The weather test will come later this fall and winter when the rains start and snow falls in the mountains. In the mean time, I am enjoying a quieter ride that is allot more fun than the OEM Yoko's that came on my Subaru. Stay tuned for the winter weather review...
I have only had these tires for 1.5 months (appr. 2,500 miles) on my 2013 Dodge Challenger. The initial set were stock with less than 30,000 miles on them. That's ridiculously low in my opinion! I researched tires, came across these, and can't be happier. Usually I can't tell a big difference between tires, but these have my car riding a ton better, handles better, and feels much smoother. Rain isn't an issue whatsoever which is a huge concern to me.
Thus far, 1.5 months & ~2500 miles, I have no complaints whatsoever and honestly don't believe I will. Great tires in my book!
bought in July 2015. went to get car inspected today and FAILED. WHY? TIRES DID NOT PASS! 20,000 miles and 2/32's level which FAILS PA TIRE INSPECTION! Horrible! Poor! This was on 3 of the 4 tires! tires don't last 2 years nor past 20,000 miles? Absolutely the WORST mileage I've ever encountered. Other than that, these tires are great. 2010 Nissan Maxima
I wanted the best-rated A/S UHP tire so, the Michelin Pilot Sport 3-Plus a/s tire. I needed to replace my OEM tires and thought my car could use an upgrade. The tire certainly is an improvement in dry grip compared to the OEM tire. I'm expecting wet grip to deliver better-than-OEM results too. Same expectation for light snow.
What I have trouble with is this tire has quite a bit of road noise, and a ride that is more harsh when at my car's recommended air pressure (41 psi). I will lower the tire pressure t around 38 psi, and see how that affects ride quality. I'll see if I can live with the intrusive noise level too.
I have a 2015 Ford Mustang V6. I upgraded my wheels to RTR Tech 5 19-inch in charcoal matte. Paired them up with Michelin's Pilot Sport A/S 3+ 275/40ZR19s. Last weekend I went out with my Mustang group for a fun Palms to Pines drive. Drove through some windy mountain roads & then down hill into the CA desert. My previous setup, on hard turns, I'd get a little bit of squealing from the tires. Granted, they had over 20,000 miles but they are rated as 45,000 mile capable. These, with less than 500 miles didn't make a peep on hard turns and I pushed them harder than I normally would just to see what may happen. Love them so far!