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Old 07-07-2004, 11:57 PM   #1
Ken-gv
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Default Michelin Pilot Sport Mileage and replacements

Hi,

I have about 27,000 miles on my 2002 WRX wagon's Michelin Pilot Sport A/S tires and they are just about worn out.

I do most of my driving in scurvy mountain roads, with some freeway driving. And the tires love the curves and I love the curves.

What kind of mileage have others gotten on these tires?

I will be getting replacements soon and am wondering what brand to get.

If I don't get another set of these tires, I may try the Dunlop SP5000.

Anybody have some experience with these two tires; handling, noise, mileage?

Any other experiences with other performance all season tires compared with the Michelins?

Thanks
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Old 07-11-2004, 09:26 AM   #2
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My Sumo HTR's lasted 32k befor they wore out. They are good and they are cheap. But from the Michelin you my not like the softer sidewall. The Conti Sprts are ok but lack the dry grip and have better snow grip.
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