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Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ 225/45/r18 fits some Ford Fusions with sport package @ TireRack $117.59

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I came across these while price shopping for new tires for my daughter's car.

Michelin Pilot Sport A/S +3 225/45/r18 special/closeout $135.09 ea with $70 Michelin rebate on 4.

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These will fit some Ford Fusions with the sport package.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/ti...&tab=Sizes
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If you go through discount tire, after you get your invoice number, go submit that on discount tire website for a $50 additional rebate. This is valid for any tire any brand but isn't published everywhere. Worked last month for me.
I actually just did this as well. My DT sales rep actually told me about it and it's a quick 2 minute form online
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Just a heads up for those who care the PS AS3+ are in the process of being discontinued for the PS AS4.
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Just a heads up for those who care the PS AS3+ are in the process of being discontinued for the PS AS4.
Yeeah, it says closeout on the page, not a sale. I wonder what the relevant difference and/or upgrade is between 3 and 4?
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I actually just did this as well. My DT sales rep actually told me about it and it's a quick 2 minute form online
The price match on DT was at 117 or 135? Does the Michellin rebate and DT rebate both apply?
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Just a heads up for those who care the PS AS3+ are in the process of being discontinued for the PS AS4.
I just had a pair of AS4 installed at DT at a pro-rated cost as my AS3+ wore down very quickly. I have 235/45-17 size ones.

The bad pair was down to 4/32 in just 22k miles. I only had one rotation and was in for my second when they said they were near shot. The other pair is at 6/32.

I am a fairly conservative driver and am a little disappointed in the treadlife.

If you do get these tires, you may want splurge on adding full replacement warranty.


Otherwise, the Michelin AS3 line has been a relatively comfortable, quiet, and decent gripping tire.
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If you don't mind going alittle skinny, this might be a fit for your Tesla Model 3
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These are amazing tires. Have them on my C6 corvette and they have amazing grip and traction in just about everything.

Little pricey but just about the best AS tire out there.
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Just here to comment on the teeny tiny tire picture 😜
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I still have plenty of tread on my stock tires, but this seems like a good deal. Is it ok to store these for at least a couple months before having them installed?
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If you go through discount tire, after you get your invoice number, go submit that on discount tire website for a $50 additional rebate. This is valid for any tire any brand but isn't published everywhere. Worked last month for me.
Is the additional 50 rebate with discount tire credit card? If not can you post the link to the "anyone gets it" rebate. Thanks
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If you don't mind going alittle skinny, this might be a fit for your Tesla Model 3
The M3 stock tire size (235) is already too skinny. No protection for the rims at all.

Had this tire (not this size) on my WRX for years, very happy with it.
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The price match on DT was at 117 or 135? Does the Michellin rebate and DT rebate both apply?
135 and they have the same 70 rebate available on any 4 Michelin even though it's not listed on the product page
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FYI I ordered these on Tuesday and received them yesterday with no issues. I submitted the rebate online and have never had a problem with the Michelin rebates in the past (I'm a dedicated Defender user). As far as longevity, they're going on a 2011 Fusion driven by back and forth to work by an 18 year old, not my vehicle that puts on 30K miles a year. So if she gets 2 years out of them, I'm good. These were the best price on a "decent" set of tires that I could find. She's on her own for the next set Biker

As far as the picture size, eh, it is what it is. At least I tried and put one on the post Peace
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I just had a pair of AS4 installed at DT at a pro-rated cost as my AS3+ wore down very quickly. I have 235/45-17 size ones.

The bad pair was down to 4/32 in just 22k miles. I only had one rotation and was in for my second when they said they were near shot. The other pair is at 6/32.

I am a fairly conservative driver and am a little disappointed in the treadlife.

If you do get these tires, you may want splurge on adding full replacement warranty.


Otherwise, the Michelin AS3 line has been a relatively comfortable, quiet, and decent gripping tire.
So what are your thoughts on the AS4 compared to the AS3+, if you've had enough time to form any thoughts?
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I still have plenty of tread on my stock tires, but this seems like a good deal. Is it ok to store these for at least a couple months before having them installed?
Yes, you would be fine for a short amount of time. These sit in a warehouse anyways. You can check the sidewall of the tire when you get them for a manufacturing date which will be month/year.
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