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Michelin Pilot Sport 3 tyre reviews


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Michelin Pilot Sport 3 tyre review

Grip in dry conditions

Braking in dry conditions

Grip in wet conditions

Braking in wet conditions

Grip in snow

Driving comfort

Internal noise level

Tyre wear

Fuel consumption

Average based on 60 test results
Ø 14,464,440 km driven


31.01.2020 from  Mark Hobbins Note  4.55
(3,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
  • Driving comfort
  • Internal noise level
  • Tyre wear
  • Fuel consumption
Tyre size and vehicle make
245 / 40 19 Y
JAGUAR XF Sportbrake 3.0 D
Result: Would you buy again? Definitely
Comment:
The Jaguar Sportbrake comes with Dunlop Sport tyres as standard. These do not provide the necessary confidence when driving 25000 miles per year. I have trialled several different brands, but the Michelin range are by far the best tyres for this car. Economy has improved as has tyre noise, but this is at the expense of tyre wear, which is a little heavier than normal. Overall very happy with the Michelin Pilot Sport 3's.

30.12.2016 from  Giannis Note  2.29
(1,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions  N/A
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
  • Driving comfort
  • Internal noise level
  • Tyre wear
  • Fuel consumption
Tyre size and vehicle make
205 / 55 VR15
Alfa Romeo 147
Result: Would you buy again? No way

01.11.2017 from  goran andro Note  4.25
(42,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
  • Driving comfort
  • Internal noise level
  • Tyre wear
  • Fuel consumption
Tyre size and vehicle make
205 / 55 R16

Result: Would you buy again? Possibly

02.07.2018 from  Note  4.4
(2,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
  • Driving comfort
  • Internal noise level
  • Tyre wear
  • Fuel consumption
Tyre size and vehicle make
255 / 30 18
Audi A5
Result: Would you buy again? Definitely
Comment:
its an Audi A5 Cabriolet 3l twin Turbo quattro diesel with 250bhp and 500 ftlb torque. its big & heavy but the Pilot sports are matched with the car. So can't unstick it in the dry and excellent grip in the wet. With the oof down you really appreciate how quiet these tyres are. Can't comment on comparisons as its had Pilot sports from new, but this is my second set after £40 K miles.

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