How many miles are you getting with your tires?
As of today, here are the pros and cons I found with each...out of the three sets, which do you like most and least, and why?
Let me know how that plan works out for ya!!!! I don't see them giving much of a discount as they don't cover for abuse. I have about 12K on my Motivos and they look almost new, I've rotated them twice so far.I have motivos and at 13,000 miles on them, they are about half worn so another ~13,000 miles and I'll take them in. Nitto warrants the Motivos for 60k so they will wear out at about half that, should cost me ~$500 for a new set when they come due.
I like the BFG G-force Sport Comp2s I've got. Yes, they do have a bit of a whine below about 45 mph. Not offensive to me, but if you're going for super-quiet they aren't the tire. They are just as quiet as F1s at highway speed, and FAR better in the rain. The F1s were outright dangerous in the rainonce the shallow sipes wore down, and the BFG doesn't have shallow sipes that will give up so much before the rest of the tire. You really notice the traction fall-off as the temp drops below 40, but I never felt unsafe with them last winter like I did with the F1s. Just gotta be aware of what happens. Seem to be wearing slower than the F1s did, also. I have no doubt that the Michelin Pilots are better (after all, its the same company that makes both), but the G-force is a good bang for the buck.What do the daily drivers use? I'm in Texas and not recommended <40 would be a problem here a few months out of the year. I'm running my F1s for now, but plan to change before winter.
16,000 miles is double what I got out of the Nitto NT05 and what I hope to get out of these PSS even with some track days, we'll see! Heard good things about the A/S 3 as well. I've been happy with every single Michelin tire I've had over the years on various vehicles, the only reason I've gone with other tires is due to cost, especially on the RV. The wife's Pilot came with Michelins from the factory, pushing 32k miles on them and they still have a bit of tread left. Will likely replace with another set of Michelins.I've about burned through my Michelinilot super sports.. Great tire.. But didn't last as long as I had hoped... I have 3/32nds left so i will squeak out maybe a few more miles.. But after 16,000 highway miles without burn outs , track days or anything unusual .. Tire rotated as manf recommended , good balance, air pressure religiously maintained and an alignment done when they were installed, I can say I'm a bit surprised I didn't get more mileage out of them....
Your mileage may vary..
Just got the Michelin pilot A/S 3 for the other SRT8 and they transformed the car.. Much quiter and smoother riding than the pilot super sports.. Just a fraction less performance note in tire rack testing and a 500 tread wear 45,000 mile rated tire... These will replace the pilot super sports on the challenger
My Eagle F1's lasted 30K miles, and I hated them. First set of Firestone Firehawks was good for 50K, and the second set was slightly better than 40K - but I had some front end misalignment that lessened the life of those. I'm on my third set now. I typically rotate every 5K-10K depending on wear.What do the daily drivers use? I'm in Texas and not recommended <40 would be a problem here a few months out of the year. I'm running my F1s for now, but plan to change before winter.