I think this deal is still live at costco? Anyone know if you can forgo the fitting and just take them away?
4S always available 19" and above. This 18" us new. Even when I first gave Jonathan from Tyre Reviews the heads up, he said he struggled to find this size for his next video and begged Michelin to then provide him with 10 of them.
4 x 235/35/19 at Kwik Fit is £489. Best I’ve found
Not in stock anywhere
Mine isn’t that new, but I couldn’t tell you whether the newest models are still supplied with run flats.
Yeah you’re right, good reviews and price at ASDA. I’ll keep them in mind, thanks (y)
Bit late. But anyhow I heard the kormorans where very good budget tyres. Nearly bought some but wanted to experience ps4s since im in a hot hatch
Are there any tyres that work on ice, other than studded ones? (confused)
I originally had the stock Michelin Pilot Super Sports. They were ok when warm and dry, but useless in the wet and cold. The car had some odd handling traits with those fitted. They were done by 18k miles, and as we had Michelin PS4 on our E91 which I really liked, I went for those and they’ve been amazing. Grip in full wet is outstanding now, and in the dry they are just as good as the MPSS were. PS4 are a bit softer but it just makes the car handle better for me. Plus, the odd handling traits have gone now. PS4 or Goodyear Assym 5 are what a lot use on the forums, you won’t regret either, and getting rid of run flats is the best thing you can do. Got rid of RFT in our E91 after 2 years and never gone back.
With the quality of the pavement in UK its time to switch to tanks, although they won't fit the narrow lanes this time..
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Where areyou applying for gift card please? I can't find on their website.
We are pleased to advise you that your claim with ATS Rewards for a £80 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card* has been accepted. Your gift will be sent to you via email within the next 30 days. To help ensure that future emails in relation to this offer are delivered to your inbox and are not treated as spam, please add email@example.com to your address book or list of approved senders. It seems to have worked! Combined with the 10% discount on site and 7% Santander cashback this seems to have worked out well! Still waiting till the voucher lands in the inbox before celebrating but they have accepted it so looking good! Over to you, Quidco with your 4% bonus taking my tyres down to £66 each instead of £70 each. List price £107.49!
What kind of amazon card situation are we talking about here? I am about to buy 2 tyres with Halifax discount and also 10% off from ats.
Posted 12th MarPosted 12th Mar
Michelin Tyres - 10% off 2 or 15% off 4 + free wireless earbuds @ Kwik-FitKwik Fit Deals
Thanks for this OP just ordered 4 x PS4 19s £615 or less than £500 which is a great price if the gift card pays out.
That's not right.
Not really. I have a Passat estate B5 with Michelin cross climate tyres. Previous pirelli didn't last long despite always having correct tyre pressure and rotating. Since I had the tracking done properly and fitted these Michelin, the car seems to be on rails and no more excessive wear.had these tyres for 12k miles and they can easily go through the summer.
Probably get better tyres half price elsewhere. Eg Costco...
While you're here.. it's illegal to drive with those brakes, you need a new exhaust and your spare is illegal 🤦
Posted 4th MarPosted 4th MarLocalLocal
Up to £50 off 2 x Michelin Tyres or £100 off 4 x Tyres @ Costco Free P&P FreeCostco Deals
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They gave me £25 discount, However I was charged £7 per tyre for the fitting, so it’s okay I think.
I thought I did see the regular 50/100 promotion plus free fitting. But yes, usually there is a fee. (Clarification: the free fitting I saw was last year. It may have been a one off special)
...research based solely on rear wheel drive cars?
If you buy by size, they'll fit them. Are your fronts and rears different size? If they are the sane size, they'll just move the rears to the front Bd fit the new ones to the rear.
Have a look at the end of the offers here https://view.joomag.com/fy21-mvm9-england-member-only-savings-8th-28th-march-2021/0229370001614876419?utm_campaign=FY21P7W3f&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Promo&utm_content=Hero-1&utm_term=MVM
How much tread is left on them now out of interest?
You can only get up to £40 off if you order two.
Just be aware their website doesn't show live stock figures. I went through the online process last week including selecting a fitting time and payment. An hour later I got a call saying they couldn't get the tyres I selected. 3-4 working days quoted for a refund.
Are people ordering two sets of 2 to get £100 discount on each?
Posted 1st FebPosted 1st Feb
15% off Michelin or Kleber tyres fully fitted at BlackCircles today only - 225/40/R18 Michelin Pilot Sport 4 for £86.15 each£86.15£98.3912% offBlackCircles Deals
Deal is back from today until 14th. Heat! Brilliant deal
I think you mean Michelin pilot sport 4 s... One step up from the pilot sport 4
What!!!???? These are excellent tyres, best you can buy for the road. 18in wheels on an a4 estate are a bit small. Anyway for snow you need winter tyres as no summer tyre will be great, but these are way better than most. If you want rubbish tyres, try autogrip. Just ok in the dry but dreadful, near dangerous in the wet and they don't last, barely 8k miles on front 2, rears should be good for 15k+ though, as still have over 5mm tread after 8k. People put these on high performance cars with 500 to 1000bhp, so suggest there's something wrong with your car.
Posted 25th JanPosted 25th Jan
4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40 R18 (92Y) £343.80 / £268.80 including £75 instant cashback - delivered (UK mainland) @ Camskill£343.80CamSkill Performance Deals
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Thanks OP, for the explaining the benefits of latex tubes. Learnt something new. But topping up air before every ride would be my concern.
I've been meaning to try latex tubes for a while, they might be the last piece of the puzzle that stops me getting dropped on summer chaingangs, or maybe not haha
Tubs are essentially a tyre carcass with a latex inner, that coupled with the high thread count is why they feel so supple. This makes them very similar in ride feel to a good tyre/latex tube combo. I run them on a Sunday bike that I very rarely use, but mainly because they came in a package with Corsa tyres. They definitely feel good, but then they are coupled with one of the best feeling tyres around... Would never run them on a normal winter/summer training bike/wheels and if I was racing I'd be on my lighter tub wheelset. They are far too expensive and it would mean I'd actually have to repair punctured tubes (lol) Heat for them being cheap though.
This. I'd love to go Tubeless, but the incremental increase in tyre cost is just too high right now. Equally, I love the idea of latex tubes, but when they're £14 compared to £4 for Butyle, I can't justify it. However, £4 more for a latex tube? Sure, I'll pay that to try them out. Cheers OP.
Going tubeless (or even tubular) is a very expensive upgrade for most, requiring different rims, different tires and a more complicated installation process. This deal is about incremental expense of £3 pounds - folks here were raving about £5 Conti butyl tubes the other day, and I'm merely pointing out that for extra £3 you get a much better option - definitely worthy upgrade
Posted 9th JanPosted 9th Jan
15% Off 4 / 10% off 2 Michelin tyres With Code + Free Wireless Earbuds when purchased online via Kwik FitKwik Fit Deals
Just trying to be helpful, you mentioned quantity of 2x brake pads, brake pads come in an axle set. Not sure about what labour rates are at the moment, only to say prices do vary company to company. What I will say though is that ultimately people do need to be paid for doing their jobs and this is not just the single job of fitting tyres or brakes. There is a massive investment in training and infrastructure as well, no I'm not associated with any of these businesses any longer, I used to be though.
Good deal - 4 new N4 rated Michelins fitted on Boxster £615 plus potential £42.62 discount from topcashback (pending) 265/40R18 Michelin Pilot Sport2 N4 101Y XL x2 235/40R18 Michelin Pilot Sport2 N4 95Y XL x2 Heat! (Yet to see what the earbuds are like - but the heat is for the saving - only £10 more than Costco but they had no stock of the fronts)
Its a good deal but just checked with ATS and for 2x Primacy 4s they were £14 cheaper even after the code.
You’re welcome (y) 🏻 The tyres you’ve chosen are from a decent brand I’m sure they be fine, I personally rate Goodyear Eagle F1 asymmetric 5 but they will probably be over kill for your needs. It pays to shop around for prices as the tyre will be the same where ever you get them from. I spend the best part of a day getting the best price on a set of four but saved £120. A little bit of knowledge will stop bad garages/people from taking advantage of you. Join a Facebook group for your model of Audi and ask away if your not sure. Save ££££S and grow your knowledge. Well done with all your hard work in the NHS glad I could be of some help. Personally regards pricing I would email Halfords and ask from whom you should address complaints to. Once you have this send a copy of their invoice along with your breakdown of parts and ask them how (with a discount) that amount to that much labour was due? Based on someone who is vaguely competent on a go slow: Lift the car 2 min Wheels off 15-20min Replace disks and pads should take more than 20 - 30 min,same for the rear So 1 - 1/2 labour seems more than enough.
Bought some Michelin wiper blades from Lidl earlier this year. The frames started to rust very quickly. Very disappointing indeed!
I have just ditched these after thinking they would be good, quite possibly the worst wipers I have had. They make a thud noise when moving back across the screen and don't clear well, This has occurred on different cars and now in the bin. They may be cheap but I will get PIAA next time, bit more money but should be better.
ebay, https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=MICHELIN+STEALTH+HYBRID+&_sacat=0&LH_BIN=1&LH_ItemCondition=3&_sop=15 They should be available elsewhere too.
I used Viper Car Parts two weeks ago and paid £18.99 for front and rear. They seem ok and haven't flown off yet. Seem to get good reviews. https://www.vipacarparts.com/
Posted 15th Dec 2020Posted 15th Dec 2020LocalLocal
Unfortunately they are not advertised publicly but when you next visit a store just ask a member of staff if they stock outlet items as part of the non-food section and they will be able to tell you. Outlet stores receive pallets of different sizes containing discounted or "outlet items" which are random and stickered 0 up with prices ranging from: 50p £1 £2 £3 £5 £7.50 £10 £20 £50 £75
How do I find a Lidl outlet store ?
I paid full price for these as they are needed for my MOT next week. Heat added for posting (y)
Only Lidl stores that stock "outlet". It's pot luck as to what stores are given but always a bargain none the less
Bought a pair myself cheapest I could find got refunded the £30 instantly and tyres arrived next day can't fault price and service
i am after these and they are already cheaper without the cashback, tempted ... Michelin Tyres / Car / Michelin Primacy 3 ZP Runflat - 225/50 RF18 95W RFT TL
Used Michelin on my current vehicle and others but will probably try another brand now, not that impressed with them. Its hard to say due to there being so many variables, you won't go wrong if you did buy Michelin though
75£ cashback is only for 18" tyres ;)
Used them numerous times in the past for tyres. Normally excellent prices. Only grumble as I had a defect on a Conti tyre a few years back & they were a pain in the arse to get them to accept a return.