Reviews and Problems with Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2
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Would buy again
24 June 2014
Summary: Loves these tires. They dont have them anymore for my size so i replaced with the Super Sports. In my opinion the Exalto PE2's lasted at least 25k-30k miles. Loved the tire, was way more comfortable and smooth than the Super Sports despite the rating.
Summary: they grip slighty less in wet than Goodyear F1 but nothing to worry.. and they lasted 60000kms with a bit drop of wet performance at the end (and even at the end they outperform other tires in wet i had like Yokohama A539)
Summary: Hi. I replaced my OEM tires with these Michelin tires because they were recommended by my trusted tire store. Initially, I was VERY happy with the tires...quiet, smooth with good traction. Then I filled up my car & found that my gas mileage went from 30 MPG to 25 MPG.
Summary: Tires bought for a Mini Cooper S. Tires offer great grip and ride. The only downside is once they settle in you cannot rotate. Tried all different balancing and rotations but when back tires move to front, vehicle started to vibrate. When we moved back vibration went away.
Summary: I bought the tire to replace a worn set of tires on a BMW Z3 that I purchased about two years ago. Its a daily driver that is not driven very aggressively, but I have taken it on a trip to the mountains for a little fun driving and they stuck to the road like glue.
Summary: I have put Michelin Pilot Exalto tires on my car for several years and always feel safe driving on the highway for long distances as week as driving in heavy rush hour traffic. I am pleased with the tire performance in wet weather, smoothness of the drive and handling on curves.
Summary: These tires replaced proposal equipment on a 2001 Mercedes 320SLK. The Exalto tires were reasonably priced, handle great ( firm, but not harsh) are rated for 150 mph and are quiet. These are the perfect tires for a summer sports car.