Summary: Came as standard equipment on 2014 Focus Titanium. I love the way these tires handle and ride. After 3,000 miles, I hit a curb with the left front wheel, and blew out the sidewall. (My bad) But when I went to buy a replacement tire.....There are none in the country.
Summary: Got these tires as part of the Ford Focus Titanium edition. The first thing that I noticed is the noise with those tires. The noise has subsided after ~5000 miles. I had my first low pressure warning after a brief rain storm in CA.
Summary: These tires are an absolute nightmare on Michigan roads in the winter. I LEASED this car and had to buy a set of All Season tires 8 months into a lease after being stuck for 2 hours in the snow on Christmas Day.
Summary: Having read two other reviews that appear to be from the exact same person, I must say that these are excellent tires. It's very unfortunate that the person that bought a Ford Focus with a handling package didn't take the time to read up on what he was buying BEFORE he signed the paperwork.
Summary: ABSOLUTELY THE WORST TIRES I HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED! I purchased a Ford Focus Titanium that included a "handling package". Imagine that, a performance package with special "summer only tires" on a Ford Focus with a 4 cylinder engine to operate in Pennsylvania!
Summary: I purchased a 2013 Focus in Sept. Unbeknownst to me, the Titanium model included a "handling package" which included high performance "summer only tires". I tried to get resolution with Michelin and the Dealership, because I did not get full disclosure about these tires. That's another story.
Summary: These Pilot Sport 3's were OEM on my '12 Honda Civic Si. I average 1500 miles a month: 1000 highway miles, 350 city and 150 recreational, which can be pretty aggressive. The performance of the tires in normal conditions was great, better than needed for that car.