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235/35/19 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Car Tyres £105.35 @ F1 Autocentres
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235/35/19 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Car Tyres £105.35 @ F1 Autocentres

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235/35/19 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S - One of the best tyres currently on the market. With the voucher code MCH13 it comes down to £260.70 for 2 tyres or £521.39 for 4 tyresto start with.

Michelin are currently doing a promotion where they give you £40 back for 2 tyres or £100 back for 4 until 30/04/2019.- f1autocentres.co.uk/ter…fer

Calculations:

2 x Tyres - Original outlay with voucher code £260.70 - £40 promotion = £220.70 = £110.35 per tyre

4 x Tyres - Original outlay with voucher code £521.39 - £100 promotion = £421.39 = £105.35 per tyre (Cheapest per tyre)
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Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"
Toon_army19/03/2019 17:41

Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how …Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"



But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not guarantee better quality. I always research the tyres I buy, and read the labels attached to them, particularly the wet grip rating. You would be very surprised to find that some of the 'Premium' brands have very poor wet grip ratings.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 19th Mar 2019
tintowellfan19/03/2019 18:17

But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not …But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not guarantee better quality. I always research the tyres I buy, and read the labels attached to them, particularly the wet grip rating. You would be very surprised to find that some of the 'Premium' brands have very poor wet grip ratings.


You know those stickers on tyres? The ones with noise, wet grip, economy? A lot of these are produced using a very flawed testing system. I've seen many "non-brand" tyres with A or B wet grip, means nothing. The big brand tyres are expensive for a reason - they will keep you on the road, they will stop you in the wet - the non-brand tyres just cannot be trusted to do the same.
If you're doing 10 miles of city driving a day and that's it, sure, go as cheap as you like. If you do any kind of long distance, buy premium, false economy (depending on how you value your life) not to.
Toon_army3 m ago

Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how …Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"


I guess it depends on the type of driving. My missus driving to the shops gets the cheapest tyres. The ones on the car the goes to work along windey b roads gets the good tyres
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Dam - If only I needed some tyres!

Actually this works on the 18's for my other car - Only £20 cashback from Michelin and the PS4's aren't available in this size from F1 for some reason but £155.50 net for 2 x 225/40/18 PS3 is a bargain!
Edited by: "jrw" 19th Mar 2019
Good deal, shame there isn’t a centre near to me
jrw18 m ago

Dam - If only I needed some tyres!Actually this works on the 18's for my …Dam - If only I needed some tyres!Actually this works on the 18's for my other car - Only £20 cashback from Michelin and the PS4's aren't available in this size from F1 for some reason but £155.50 net for 2 x 225/40/18 PS3 is a bargain!


- I need 2 tyres and nearly bought a mid range for more money! It probably will work with other sizes but these are the ones I need and are quite common now I believe.
Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"
Toon_army3 m ago

Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how …Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"


I guess it depends on the type of driving. My missus driving to the shops gets the cheapest tyres. The ones on the car the goes to work along windey b roads gets the good tyres
Good price, i paid £145 per corner last year.
good tyres but Ill stick to my contis - head added though !
Ordered the PS3's. Just swapped my tyres front to back to see if the source of the booming resonance was the ageing Bridgestones on the back (55k and original tyres!) and I was correct.....pit stop change and the new contis are on the back and the resonance is now coming from the front!
Don't forget quidco!
Hit a pothole a couple of weeks ago paid £140 for one good deal
Mega price
Whatever you do don't fall for the free wheel alignment offer. They claimed all four needed considerable realigning, but didn't give me a copy of the report. Took it to my dealer and they said nothing needed doing, after I paid them to realign all four unnecessarily. Grrrr
mooruk1 m ago

Whatever you do don't fall for the free wheel alignment offer. They …Whatever you do don't fall for the free wheel alignment offer. They claimed all four needed considerable realigning, but didn't give me a copy of the report. Took it to my dealer and they said nothing needed doing, after I paid them to realign all four unnecessarily. Grrrr


Never fall for any 'free' offers at tyre centres....get what you need doing done and get out, quick.
Toon_army19/03/2019 17:41

Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how …Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"



But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not guarantee better quality. I always research the tyres I buy, and read the labels attached to them, particularly the wet grip rating. You would be very surprised to find that some of the 'Premium' brands have very poor wet grip ratings.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 19th Mar 2019
Wow four tyres for more than the price of my car!
Website crashes everytime I put my tyre size in 275 30 r21
Have pilot sports 4s on my M4. Brilliant tyre.
Worked when I didn’t need my Reg £292 each -£13 each crazy price
mooruk25 m ago

Whatever you do don't fall for the free wheel alignment offer. They …Whatever you do don't fall for the free wheel alignment offer. They claimed all four needed considerable realigning, but didn't give me a copy of the report. Took it to my dealer and they said nothing needed doing, after I paid them to realign all four unnecessarily. Grrrr


Full geo check or don't bother. Alignment alone can actually cause damage to tyres as it doesn't take all potential adjustments into consideration. In my young and naive days I had an alignment check and then noticed some sawtoothing on the rear tyres. Took it in for a full Hunter geo check and everything was way off - geo check isn't cheap, but only way to ensure your tyres last as long as possible and that everything is set as the manufacturer intended.
tintowellfan19/03/2019 18:17

But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not …But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not guarantee better quality. I always research the tyres I buy, and read the labels attached to them, particularly the wet grip rating. You would be very surprised to find that some of the 'Premium' brands have very poor wet grip ratings.


You know those stickers on tyres? The ones with noise, wet grip, economy? A lot of these are produced using a very flawed testing system. I've seen many "non-brand" tyres with A or B wet grip, means nothing. The big brand tyres are expensive for a reason - they will keep you on the road, they will stop you in the wet - the non-brand tyres just cannot be trusted to do the same.
If you're doing 10 miles of city driving a day and that's it, sure, go as cheap as you like. If you do any kind of long distance, buy premium, false economy (depending on how you value your life) not to.
Stoofa19/03/2019 18:40

You know those stickers on tyres? The ones with noise, wet grip, economy? …You know those stickers on tyres? The ones with noise, wet grip, economy? A lot of these are produced using a very flawed testing system. I've seen many "non-brand" tyres with A or B wet grip, means nothing. The big brand tyres are expensive for a reason - they will keep you on the road, they will stop you in the wet - the non-brand tyres just cannot be trusted to do the same.If you're doing 10 miles of city driving a day and that's it, sure, go as cheap as you like. If you do any kind of long distance, buy premium, false economy (depending on how you value your life) not to.



Did you actually read my full post? Or just choose the bit that you preferred to respond to?
Your assumption that "The big brand tyres are expensive for a reason", could also mean to others, like me, with more sense than money, that brand snobs just love to spend their money, and brag about in on forums like this.
Smadmad19/03/2019 18:30

Have pilot sports 4s on my M4. Brilliant tyre.


Goodyear Eagle F1's on the good old dirty 435d
Toon_army19/03/2019 18:56

Goodyear Eagle F1's on the good old dirty 435d


I'm still stuck with the original run flats on my 335d. Literally can't wear them out. They are like granite. Awful tyre.
Toon_army19/03/2019 18:56

Goodyear Eagle F1's on the good old dirty 435d


I have them on my Golf R. Great tyre in the wet but found they wear very quick and PS4 are the better all round tyre.
Have you remapped the 435d, they are very tunable
markymark3419/03/2019 18:58

I'm still stuck with the original run flats on my 335d. Literally can't …I'm still stuck with the original run flats on my 335d. Literally can't wear them out. They are like granite. Awful tyre.


I bloody hate running flats! I drive like Miss.Daisy 90% of the time so any car I own or use the tyres last me donkeys year lol

Smadmad19/03/2019 19:04

I have them on my Golf R. Great tyre in the wet but found they wear very …I have them on my Golf R. Great tyre in the wet but found they wear very quick and PS4 are the better all round tyre.Have you remapped the 435d, they are very tunable



Yeah mate the 435d was mapped within the first week I picked it up also had a Ghost Alarm fitted the day before. Its one of my best mates cars, but hes moving to Bulgaria so I'm looking after it and putting it up for sale this week! Sold his CLS63 for him last year.
I've got a YouTube channel and need to get a video of it up on there, my channel seems to get quite a decent amount of views from when I show people round the cars as I'm far to indepth but guess that's a good thing! I've helped loads of people make their mind up after watching a video of my cars then they buy one and let me know
tintowellfan22 m ago

Did you actually read my full post? Or just choose the bit that you …Did you actually read my full post? Or just choose the bit that you preferred to respond to? Your assumption that "The big brand tyres are expensive for a reason", could also mean to others, like me, with more sense than money, that brand snobs just love to spend their money, and brag about in on forums like this.


No, once again, big brand tyres are expensive for a reason - they won't let you down. Cheap, unbranded tyres are not worth spending money on. Simple enough?
Toon_army19/03/2019 19:15

I bloody hate running flats! I drive like Miss.Daisy 90% of the time so …I bloody hate running flats! I drive like Miss.Daisy 90% of the time so any car I own or use the tyres last me donkeys year lolYeah mate the 435d was mapped within the first week I picked it up also had a Ghost Alarm fitted the day before. Its one of my best mates cars, but hes moving to Bulgaria so I'm looking after it and putting it up for sale this week! Sold his CLS63 for him last year.I've got a YouTube channel and need to get a video of it up on there, my channel seems to get quite a decent amount of views from when I show people round the cars as I'm far to indepth but guess that's a good thing! I've helped loads of people make their mind up after watching a video of my cars then they buy one and let me know


Watched a video of yours you linked on here. A RS
tintowellfan19/03/2019 18:17

But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not …But, cheaper does not always mean poorer quality, and expensive does not guarantee better quality. I always research the tyres I buy, and read the labels attached to them, particularly the wet grip rating. You would be very surprised to find that some of the 'Premium' brands have very poor wet grip ratings.


When it comes to tyres expensive is generally better, yes there may be exceptions where one certain cheaper performs better in a few categories but a budget or mid range tyre will never outperform a high performance tyre like these, generally tyres are split into 3 groups budget, mid and high performance, these would be considered high performance and for very good reason and the price reflects that, buy cheap and get poor performance, sorry to say but you get what you pay for when it comes to tyres.

I have these on my car and I just got the front 2 replaced last month and got about 21k from them and that was driving them hard which I think is pretty good.

I would like to know which cheap tyres you believe outperform more expensive ones.
As a general rule you get what you pay for with tyres.
What you usually find is people swap out there worn out 6 year old michelins or bridgstones (excl those garbage runflats) for a pair of cheapos and marvel in all the new grip. Declaring the (new) cheap tyres are better than the (old and worn out) premium tyres. Suprise.

Ive nothing against cheap tyres (you drive accordingly) but what makes me laugh is mrs jones gets her merc or x5 to impress all the other mums and has it sat on the cheapest tyres she could find. Not cool. (like getting a £1k dress and wearing slippers)
Smadmad19/03/2019 19:21

Watched a video of yours you linked on here. A RS


Yeah that was mine, that had Point Sports on
Did you see the little 206 GTi 180? Crazy how popular that is!
I want something like a Golf R but think might buy an Civic Tpe R Ep3 as a Project car, just hard to find them with low miles
Toon_army19/03/2019 19:51

Yeah that was mine, that had Point Sports on Did you see the little …Yeah that was mine, that had Point Sports on Did you see the little 206 GTi 180? Crazy how popular that is!I want something like a Golf R but think might buy an Civic Tpe R Ep3 as a Project car, just hard to find them with low miles


Never drove the 206. Had a 205 1.9 GTI loved it. I'm leasing the Golf car as a everydayer. Easy to drive but fun when you need it
Smadmad19/03/2019 19:55

Never drove the 206. Had a 205 1.9 GTI loved it. I'm leasing the Golf car …Never drove the 206. Had a 205 1.9 GTI loved it. I'm leasing the Golf car as a everydayer. Easy to drive but fun when you need it


Have you seen the price of the 1.9 GTi! Mental money. I sold my Renault 5 GT Turbo back in 2004 for £200 if only I knew the future!
Toon_army19/03/2019 19:56

Have you seen the price of the 1.9 GTi! Mental money. I sold my Renault 5 …Have you seen the price of the 1.9 GTi! Mental money. I sold my Renault 5 GT Turbo back in 2004 for £200 if only I knew the future!


Some of the hot hatches from back in the day are crazy money. Wish I'd kept my Peugeot. Still have my carrado VR6 and E36 M3. Wish I owned a E30 M3
Toon_army1 h, 15 m ago

Goodyear Eagle F1's on the good old dirty 435d


I buy them everytime, class tyre. Wish they don’t my size on a7, first time I can’t find them. Excellent wet, fuel and noise.
Decent value. I have PS3's on my car just now and they are grippy as
Toon_army3 h, 11 m ago

Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how …Its crazy how many people I know cheap out on tyres, when I tell them how much I've paid they think I'm nuts or hit me with "My car isn't worth that much!"


Depends how much your life and your kids and your wifes life is worth I suppose
Can I still claim Michelin cash back, even after using Voucher (£13 Off MCH13 each tyre)????
Edited by: "KB90" 19th Mar 2019
I think they do a 10% off Monday deal as well.
So tempted to ditch those run flats for these! Heat from me(y)
Guys, some advice please. These tyres or the Michelin Cross climates? Going on a rear wheel drive car. Thanks
kopking2320 m ago

Guys, some advice please. These tyres or the Michelin Cross climates? …Guys, some advice please. These tyres or the Michelin Cross climates? Going on a rear wheel drive car. Thanks


I would personally go for these.
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