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.
Posted 7th Oct 2020Posted 7th Oct 2020
4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40 R18 (92Y) £346.80 delivered / £296.80 including £50 instant cashback @ Camskill£346.80
You can get 4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres 225/40 R18 (92Y) for £296.80 factoring in the £50 Michelin instant cashback promo debited back to your payment card. If you only want … Read more
It maybe can take it for the Speedo tolerance, but the ride will be much harsher with 11mm less sidewall. Use a sat nav to see what speed the Speedo in the car is doing at 70mph when u get the chance. My car currently read 72mph on the Speedo for the GPS to read 70mph. So its 2mph off. The calculator says my Speedo should read 70 and actual speed is 69. Well I know at 70 its actually 68 on the GPS. So for me going to bigger size of 205/60/15, the calculator says +3% (+3mph) therefore my Speedo at 70mph will be 73mph actual. Under normal circumstance this is a little too much, but I already know at my current size it's already -1mph. So it should read 72mph actual at Speedo 70mph and that is within the tolerance.
You can if you want it just means you will have a lower profile tyre that's all
U want to know if your car came with that profile originally, this is important for changing tyre size for Speedo tolerance. Tyre size calculate Here too If your car did came with it originally then going 225/40/18 isn't viable.
Can I use 225/40/18 for 225/45/18 as I didn't know I could use different sizes. As 225/40/18 is lot cheaper for my bmw. Thanks in advance.
While mid range tyres may not perform to the standard of the best, they are reasonably good enough for most. They are considerably cheaper too of course, the likes of falken/uniroyal and others. So if money was no object then get the best.
Posted 8th Jun 2020Posted 8th Jun 2020
Michelin Tyres - Instant Cashback Promotion - Up to £75 auto cashback @ CamSkill Performance
Camskill have a promotion on some Michelin tyres. All depends on the type and size. Up to £75 auto cash back if you buy four tyres. Up to £30 cash back on two tyres. Promotion ends… Read more
Ordered on a similar deal. Gone to claim and they have altered the info page: https://www.asdatyres.co.uk/promotions/michelinvisa to show only £20 for 2 tyres - ****ers! Nowt online to show otherwise, how did you get on with your claim?
I used their 30% off, plus £25 off 2 tyres and got 2 michelin primacy 4 for £114. Then I went to bush tyres for alignment. It was way off.
Your problem is that you used ATS. I took my old X5 in to them and they spent 4 hours trying to get mine done. They then showed me it was all aligned and off I went. Wheel was off center and kept pulling. Took it back next day for them to tell me the rear adjusters were rounded off and they couldn't do anything more. £2.5k worth of repairs needed to do it. Not all ATS will be this bad but I know others that have had similar experiences since. Now I use Costco or Camskill and my local trusted garage. Looking at that wear your camber is out or your suspension is sitting much lower than manufacturer spec. Have you been to an independent to have it confirmed as in alignment? I run PS4s on a C250 estate that does mostly motorway miles but does get driven pretty hard the rest of the time. I'm changing at around 10-13k so more than once a year on the rear. They are worth it though as Costco works out to £170 a pair and they grip so well.
If you go places like Costco, they get through so many tyres, you'll never have a set older than 3 or 4 months since manufacture. I suspect ATS have a huge stock turnover rate too. Those tyres don't start spontaneously disintegrating at 12 months old, they're designed to last at least 4 years fitted to a car that's exposed to the elements 24/7 before they start cracking. While in storage prior to fitting, they're not being exposed to UV or extreme temperatures. The fact you did 60k miles on a set confirms that (unless you do 1150 miles every week). Costco has one of these tyre offers for Michelins every 3 or 4 cycles of the 3 week offers. You're more likely to get tyres approaching a year after manufacture on your brand new car - that's where tyre manufacturers dump old stock en-masse. 20-25 k miles out of a set of tyres on the front wheels of a non-performance front wheel drive is typical (12-18k miles for performance models), with 50k miles on the back wheels. 4WD cars generally wear more evenly, with the fronts wearing just a little quicker due to steering. My Golf R (300hp, 4WD Haldex with a FWD bias) was on Michelin PSS for 24k miles before I traded it in and the tyres were barely over half worn (4mm left on the fronts, 4.5mm left on the rears from 7.4mm when new).
You are in luck if you need them, they are on offer now. Check the website, if these are, other models should be as well: hotukdeals.com/deals/4-x-michelin-pilot-sport-4-29864-fitted-up-to-100-off-michelin-tyres-eg-2254018y-for-members-at-costco-3488720
Posted 1st Apr 2020Posted 1st Apr 2020
4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40 R18 (92Y) £325.40 delivered / £275.40 including £50 instant cashback @ Camskill£325.40
You can get 4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres 225/40 R18 (92Y) for £275.40 factoring in the £50 April Michelin instant cashback promo debited back to your payment card. If you only… Read more
Just went to order these but saying PS4 in 225/40/18 are no longer in the promotion
"Get them delivered to your house and then have them fitted when the garages are open again" - Good point Cheeter - Currently nearly all the tyre factories in Europe and North America are closed due to Covid-19 so there are going to be big shortages of tyres in the near future especially from European manufacturers like Michelin....
Cold for me. My bmw has 225's front, 255's rear but the rears arent included in the offer. Fitting and balancing is £10 per tyre at most places. Would rather use blackcircles.
Always used Camskill for my tyres since 2003.
225/55 R17 sadly not included
Posted 12th Feb 2020Posted 12th Feb 2020
4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40/18 Tyres £328.80 delivered (£278.80 net after CamSkill £50 promo) @ CamSkill Performance£328.80
Looks a fab price factoring in the Camskill promo. 4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 -225/40 R18 tyres works out at £278.80 after £50 back from Camskill via a credit back to payment card.… Read more
Great tyres. I've got the 18" on my motor and can't fault them for driving in the wet. Replaced my michelins with these. For more confident wet driving.
I didn't say I never noticed a difference. I said I've not in over 30 years had a situation where a tyre has blown out or a high speed emergency situation where my tyres let me down. If I'd not been able to stop in time in a situation I guess I'd always wonder if different tyres would have stopped me before the impact. If I'd had a blowout I'd be more worried about the scenario. But so far my experience with my choices has been all good. I don't stress when buying tyres, I simply ensure that the wet grip rating is an A or B (and ditto the fuel efficiency rating). I don't stress about the speed/load rating though as whatever I choose will be within the thresholds for my car and my driving.
Exactly! The system is just flawed to begin with. Dunno if you follow a channel on YouTube (Tyre Review?) they try to bust some myths on tyres which is really eye opening. Summer vs winter tyres, when to transition, back vs fornt only etc. Albeit its sponsored by tyre manufactures so maybe pinch of salt required. Either way, good to watch, definitely in the right direction to make better tyre choices.
Not to critises your experience but how can you say you never noticed a difference when youve never paid attention to the rating? Nor have you tested it or have had experience in blow outs to warrant it makes any difference? From my experience, some people pop tyres 'not intentionally' but since company/fleet pays for tyres (as its company car), they may actively do not care. As such, limits/testing can be done and you can tell fairly quickly when a tyre is robust and when it is not. (y) In principle, I would say (and agree with you) that safety is in the trigger finger not in the safety switch. Any tyre is safe so long as you know how to drive it well and its limitations/parameters. In reality people (me included) do not know, don't have the time to know, sometimes don't care and especially don't foresee all the consequences. No fault given to anyone, its just being human. I agree overall in what you say but if it's a difference of few £ I wouldn't stress and buy the 'best rated'. You can afford to know less and care less yet still be safer.
I don't how they can just test tyres at new and give it a speed rating. Surely they have to test until legal minimum of 1.6mm.
Posted 3rd Feb 2020Posted 3rd Feb 2020
Michelin PS4S Tyres 235/35/19 Extra Load £127.35 @ CamSkill Performance£127.35
I have just came across a striking bulge ooh arh ;) After ringing around the local back street merchants i had costs of between £150-165 per tyre fitted. Rang costco and they w… Read more
Hi there, just wondering where does it mention that PS4S tyres are not included in the cashback?
Think the title needs changing as the PS4S are not included on this offer. Cup sport 2 and PS4’s but not PS4S unless you have the direct link to them.
My fronts, on a MK3 RS Focus have lasted 30K miles. Pretty happy with that TBH.
To get the cashback you need to see this: Qualifying tyres must also carry the promotional text displayed on the product eg. ** Instant Cashback Promo (UK Residents only Exc NI.) - Buy 2 receive £20 - Buy 4 receive £50 ** Can't see anything for this size of tyre, or am I missing something?
This is exactly the tyre I've been looking to get for my golf. Best price I reckon I've seen so far. Currently have continentals and have done 25k on them, There's 2mm tread remaining according to Decembers MOT.
Posted 23rd Oct 2019Posted 23rd Oct 2019
Michelin Tyres up to £50 Instant Cashback @ Camskill
Between Sept 27th and Oct 31st inclusive (the promotional period), we are offering our customers a unique promotion to receive up to £50 Instant Cashback on all qualifying orders. … Read more
Couldn't find anything cheaper for 225/45/R17. Maybe £5-10 cheaper at Costco, but i'm not a member
Yes, they look good, I put a deal up for those tyres a few weeks ago, although not that size. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vredestein-quatrac-pro-buy-4-get-free-google-or-alexa-speaker-3298655
Getting UHP all season tyres a right pain. I needed 235 35 R19's x4. Opted for Vredestein Quatrac Pro. There's a promo on at Camskill with prepaid mastercard on purchase of certain qty and size tyres. Worked out £85 each for highly rated all season tyres at my size. I've had them on and can confirm very good tyres in rain and dry. Can't comment on wear and snow performance, but Vredestein wear well based on reviews.
It's real potluck on tyre size as to whether it's cheaper...
Ordered myself 2 for...January :) I still have 3mm thread, but 2 tyres this model at £170 it's a great price.