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Michelin CrossClimate+ tires are $77.02 with free S/H.
Coupon code OLT10 takes 10% off, for a final price of $69.32.

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Does anyone here have experience with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires? Costco has them for just under $600 for 4 installed.

Btw if you're looking for some deals, I don't know if they're still offering them but I got 4 Laufen tires at Sears a few years ago for around $25 a tire. For a basic non-performance car they're just fine.
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Even civics have had 16" wheels for many years now as the cheapest/lowest selection (many have 17s). Like others have been saying, there's not a whole lot out there that takes 15" tires any longer except for maybe a few subcompact cars like Mazda2s or Honda Fits.
BS, my 2014 Civic has 15", you have to look at which wheels you're talking about, aluminum/alloy will have bigger inner diameter to accommodate thinner profiles like 35-45s. Regular metal wheels will have lower diameter since they offer 65 which I personally prefer since ride is softer and I'm not afraid of potholes that much. Wife had alloys in her Saab and after one crazy pothole both tires and wheels had to be replaced and price was astronomical. You do get much more stable driving with thinner tires especially on curves but the wear warranty was lower across all brands and the 40 thickness ratio didn't provide that much protection IMO.
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I am a bit confused. Is this tire going to fit 2017 toyota corolla? Thanks in advance.
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I am a bit confused. Is this tire going to fit 2017 toyota corolla? Thanks in advance.
Depends which trim level corolla you have. Look inside your driver door jamb for the sticker and it will tell you what size tire you have, or look on your current tire sidewalls.
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Does anyone here have experience with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires? Costco has them for just under $600 for 4 installed.

Btw if you're looking for some deals, I don't know if they're still offering them but I got 4 Laufen tires at Sears a few years ago for around $25 a tire. For a basic non-performance car they're just fine.
A/s 3+ are excellent tires for the money. For me, A perfect balance between pretty good performance, comfort, and tread wear.

Of course if you want the best performance or best tread wear then this isn't the tire for you.
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This maybe a stupid question,

My car uses 195.60r.15. What im wondering is if these tires would fit? The only difference is the 65r.. Help?
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Tread is kind of odd looking on these, is it meant for better traction on snow ice vs other all seasons? I've never seen tread like that.
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Perhaps the best all around tire on the market.

Government required ratings:
UTQG treadwear 600.
UTQG traction A.
UTQG temperature A.

Ratings and testing show is has the best traction on dry, wet, snow, ice, etc. surfaces.
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Does anyone here have experience with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires? Costco has them for just under $600 for 4 installed.

Btw if you're looking for some deals, I don't know if they're still offering them but I got 4 Laufen tires at Sears a few years ago for around $25 a tire. For a basic non-performance car they're just fine.
dpham00A/s 3+ are excellent tires for the money. For me, A perfect balance between pretty good performance, comfort, and tread wear.

Of course if you want the best performance or best tread wear then this isn't the tire for you.
I have AS3+ on a car. I like them. They are quiet and fairly comfortable. They wear like performance tires (ie quickly) but considering the limited miles I drive, they work for me.

They are pretty highly rated tires in general.
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A/s 3+ are excellent tires for the money. For me, A perfect balance between pretty good performance, comfort, and tread wear.

Of course if you want the best performance or best tread wear then this isn't the tire for you.
Here's my situation. '92 Eagle Talon TSi AWD, same as the Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX. Sporty little car, puts out 195HP unmodified, can be modded to put out MUCH more (which I haven't done and most likely won't), to all 4 tires. Tread wear is less important to me than performance, safety, reliability and comfort/noise, as I don't drive crazy numbers of miles like many people do, but when I do drive, I want to enjoy it and not just get from A to B. Performance is important, but not racing-level performance. I'm not a hotshot driver, but somewhat aggressive.

They also have to be usable in rain, snow and light ice. Not as great as winter tires let alone chains, of course, but I need some traction there so as to not get stuck during the occasional downpour or snow storm or drive white-knuckled. In the past I've driven Michelin's previous versions of these and was happy, and I'm sure I would be even more so with these. I'm mostly wondering if there's something better for me for these specific priorities, at a comparable cost.
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These will fit to Honda fit (I think) but after you factored in the installation, which is about $30 to $40 per tire, you won't save much if compare to Costco (comes with life time tire rotation and repair)
Costco is $15/tire. Sam's is $20.
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Is this post directed to sd in Europe? In the USA min tire size is 19
What part of the US do you live?
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This maybe a stupid question,

My car uses 195.60r.15. What im wondering is if these tires would fit? The only difference is the 65r.. Help?
They would fit, but your speedo will be off. A 65 tire will have a slightly taller sidewall. At 50mph, you're actually going 48, greater difference as you go faster, for instance, at 80, you're actually going 77.
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Tread is kind of odd looking on these, is it meant for better traction on snow ice vs other all seasons? I've never seen tread like that.
It looks similar to Goodyears Aquatread from years back.
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